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GRAMMY'S LEGENDS TO AIR IN OCTOBER

Grammy Salute to Music Legends, the tribute concert featuring the music of the Recording Academy’s Special Merit Awards honorees, will air 10/18 on PBS.

Recorded in May at Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, the show features performances from honorees Dionne Warwick, Sam Moore, Julio Iglesias, George Clinton and others. 

The performances:

Dionne Warwick 
"Walk On By" (performed by Johnny Mathis) "What The World Needs Now" (performed by Dionne Warwick)  

Sam & Dave 
Medley: "Hold On, I'm Comin'"/"Soul Man" (performed by Sam Moore and Garth Brooks)
"I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down" (performed by Sam Moore)

Lou Adler
"I Feel The Earth Move"/"It's Too Late" (performed by Jessie Mueller)  

Julio Iglesias
"Caruso" (performed by Julio Iglesias)  

Ashford & Simpson 
Medley: "You're All I Need To Get By"/"Ain't No Mountain High Enough" (performed by Valerie Simpson and Kenny Lattimore)

 Johnny Mandel 
"How Do You Keep The Music Playing" (performed by Patti Austin and Greg Phillinganes)
Medley: "The Shadow Of Your Smile"/"Suicide Is Painless" (performed by Patti Austin)  

Black Sabbath 
Medley: "War Pigs"/ Paranoid" (performed by Rival Sons)

Donny Hathaway 
"A Song For You" (performed by Lalah Hathaway)
"Where Is The Love" (performed by Lalah Hathaway and Kenya Hathaway)  

Billy Eckstine
"Everything I Have Is Yours" (performed by Gregory Porter)
"Dedicated To You" (performed by Gregory Porter and Patti Austin)  

George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic 
Medley: "One Nation Under A Groove"/"Mothership Connection"/"Flash Light" (performed by George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Sativa, Eddie M, Sheila E. and Snoop Dogg)

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