For the latest performance in our Citi Concert Series, the singer-songwriter and “Voice” coach took the stage to deliver a new hit, a classic track and an old favorite. The crowd clearly had a case of Miley mania as the star sang her latest folksy-pop love song, “Malibu,“as well as her 2013 smash “We Can’t Stop.” But the 24-year-old had another musical thrill in store for fans as she belted out “Jolene,” a beloved song written and first performed by her godmother, Dolly Parton.
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The Brooklyn-bred singer (and onetime jingle writer) took to the stage on the TODAY plaza for an enthusiastic audience ready to hear him croon tunes dedicated to his hometown city, some of which are featured on his 30th studio album, “This is My Town.”
The legendary singer-songwriter, who is best known for his hits “Mandy,” “Copacabana” and “Can’t Smile Without You,”
Each year in the spring, more than 1,200 of New York City’s most prominent philanthropists and celebrities are invited to support BCRF’s mission and raise much-needed funds for lifesaving breast cancer research.
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Grammy winner Sheryl Crow is live on the TODAY plaza to sing songs both new and old.
If you were anywhere near Rockefeller Center Tuesday morning, then you already know that Harry Styles performed on the TODAY plaza — even if you didn’t actually hear the hit maker.
That’s because anytime Styles sings, his fans add their own chorus of cheers, shouts and screams, and this time was no exception.
The former One Direction standout showed up to the concert stage to perform three songs from his upcoming self-titled solo album — “Ever Since New York,” “Carolina” and his new smash, “Sign of the Times” — before a huge crowd.