The Kennedy Center Honors Led Zeppelin The Kennedy Center Opera House Washington, DC Recorded December 2, 2012 Broadcast December 26, 2012 on CBS-TV Setlist: 01 Introduction - Jack Black 02 Rock And Roll - Foo Fighters 03 Ramble On - Kid Rock 04 Whole Lotta Love - Lenny Kravitz with Craig Ross (guitar) 05 Stairway To Heaven - Ann and Nancy Wilson with Jason Bonham (drums) HIGH DEF DVD DOWNLOAD HERE: [must be logged into free community to d/l] http://bootlegtunzworld.org/community/index.php/topic,9176.msg17224.html#msg17224 from: Tunz Master Dino D & P's Bootleg Tunz World
Billy Joel at 36th Kennedy Center Honors Complete Tribute 2013 - Watch Full Performance: http://youtu.be/P-JFdEJS7Gg About Billy Joel: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billy_Joel
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Hollywood descended on Washington Sunday night to honor Sir Paul McCartney and Oprah, among other honorees at the 33rd annual Kennedy Center Honors. After the award presentation at the White House, CBS News' Christine Delargy spoke with the five honorees on the red carpet. Plus performers Alec Baldwin, No Doubt, Diana Ross, Jennifer Hudson, Matthew Morrison and Steven Tyler.
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2011 WASHINGTON — The good times never seemed so good for Neil Diamond. Known for his songs that have become anthems at ballparks and bars, Diamond was chosen Wednesday to receive the Kennedy Center Honors this year along with some of the biggest names from Broadway, jazz, classical music and Hollywood. Diamond will be honored with Broadway singer Barbara Cook, cellist Yo-Yo Ma, saxophonist Sonny Rollins and actress Meryl Streep for their contributions to American culture through the arts. President Barack Obama will salute the artists and others will perform in their honor at a ceremony at the Kennedy Center on Dec. 4. CBS will broadcast the show Dec. 27. Diamond said he was "flying way above sea level" when he heard about the honor. "I've watched, and I've seen, and I've even dreamed that someday that would happen to me," he told The Associated Press. "But I never really believed that it would." Diamond said he used to get distracted when people sang along with him to hits like "Sweet Caroline," which was written for presidential daughter Caroline Kennedy who hosts the show. "But I realized pretty quickly that it was a compliment, and I had no choice in the matter anyway, so I got with the program and just learned to love it," said Diamond, who earlier this year was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He said he's planning another U.S. tour next summer after performing abroad recently. The 70-year-old Diamond also tweeted Wednesday that he was engaged to a woman named Katie -- but wouldn't tell AP who she was so that she wouldn't "change her mind."
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Bruce Springsteen at the European premiere of Thom Zimny's documentary 'The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town' http://www.livinginrome.net/2010/11/bruce-springsteen-rocks-international.html
Actor Tom Hanks, British rock star Sting and comedian Lily Tomlin are to receive this year's Kennedy Center Honors, one of the top cultural prizes in the United States. "Let's Stay Together" singer Al Green and ballet dancer Patricia McBride will round out the five 2014 honorees in recognition of their lifetime contributions to U.S. The Kennedy Center said in a statement, "Al Green's iconic voice stirs our souls in a style that is all his own; Tom Hanks has a versatility that ranks him among the greatest actors of any generation." https://news.yahoo.com/tom-hanks-sting-lily-tomlin-kennedy-center-honors-161237489.html http://www.wochit.com