GGACP Classic: Michael Feinstein
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GGACP celebrates May's Jewish Heritage Month by revisiting this 2022 interview with Grammy and Emmy-nominated musician and historian Michael Feinstein. In this episode, Michael serenades Gilbert and Frank with classic tunes from the “Great American Songbook” and talks about performing at Hollywood parties, dining with Frank Sinatra, “accompanying” Judy Garland, befriending Rosemary Clooney and Ira Gershwin and recording his latest album “Gershwin Country.” Also, Paul Lynde gets plastered, Liberace morphs into Carol Channing, Irving Berlin begs Groucho not to perform his songs and Vincent Price carries on the memory of Dolores del Rio. PLUS: Bert Lahr! The music of Hugh Martin! The genius of Yip Harburg! Peter Lorre meets…Peter Lorre! Uncle Hymie inspires Inigo Montoya! And Michael favors the boys with “I Love a Piano” and “Lydia the Tattooed Lady”!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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