‘An Intimate Evening with David Foster’

Enjoy an evening filled with a star-studded concert with the 16-time Grammy winner David Foster. Join him as he explores the music of his career with guests Laren Allred, Pia Toscano, Fernando Varela, Sheléa Frazier, Katharine McPhee and more.

Tune in to this special episode of “Great Performances” on Sunday, Dec. 1 at 7 p.m.

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Song List:

“Winter Games” – David Foster

“Power of Love” – Pia Toscano

“St. Elmo’s Fire” – David Foster

“Man in Motion” – Fernando Varela

“Never Enough” – Loren Allred

“Wildflower” – David Foster

“After the Love Has Gone” – David Foster

“Through the Fire” – Sheléa

“Un-Break My Heart” – Sheléa

“Tell Him” – Pia Toscano and Loren Allred

“And I’m Telling You” – Pia Toscano, Loren Allred and Sheléa

“Something to Shout About” – Katharine McPhee

“Love, Look What You’ve Done to Me” – Katharine McPhee

“Hard to Say I’m Sorry” – David Foster

“You’re the Inspiration” – David Foster

“Glory of Love” – David Foster

“All By Myself” – Pia Toscano

“Unforgettable” – Sheléa

“I Have Nothing” – Sheléa

“Run to You” -Sheléa

“I Will Always Love You” – Sheléa

“The Prayer” – Pia Toscano and Fernando Varela

“Got to Be Real” – Sheléa, Pia Toscano, Loren Allred, Fernando Varela, Katharine McPhee and David Foster

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