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  • Good Morning America Winter Concert Series John Rich

    John Rich
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  • Good Morning America Winter Concert Series John Rich

    John Rich
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  • Good Morning America Winter Concert Series India.Arie

    Singer and songwriter India.Arie dropped by the Times Square studio to perform a track she co-wrote with "GMA" anchor Robin Roberts late last year. "A Beautiful New Day" is featured as a bonus track on her new album, "Testimony."
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  • Good Morning America Winter Concert Series India.Arie

    Arie wrote 10 of the songs on her new album in just 10 days while on a soul-searching trip to Hawaii. The songbird has sold more than 8 million albums internationally and has had 17 Grammy Award nominations.
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  • Winter Concert Series

    The legendary Barry Manilow appeared on "Good Morning America" Feb. 13 to sing songs of love for Valentine's Day, including "Islands in the Stream" and "My Funny Valentine." Manilow will perform a Feb. 14 benefit concert for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation at Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, N.Y. The show, called "Ultimate Manilow: The Hits…and Then Some" will feature all the music superstar's greatest hits, including "Mandy," "Copacabana," "Weekend in New England" and "I Write the Songs."
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  • Winter Concert Series

    Manilow has sold more than 75 million records worldwide and has 24 certified gold albums. His most recent is Greatest Songs of the Eighties -- part of a series of albums in which Manilow covers hits from each decade, starting with the 1950s.
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  • Good Morning America Winter Concert Series, David Cook

    For the first time, all seven "American Idol" winners gathered on the same stage Thursday night to celebrate the opening of the "American Idol Experience" at Disney's Hollywood Studios Theme Park in Florida. Reigning "Idol" champ David Cook, pictured here, gave a sneak-peek performance on "GMA." <br /><br /> The attraction allows park-goers to live the "American Idol" experience by signing up for audition spots and performing live in front of a Disney Hollywood Studio casting director. Singers that pass the tryout will move on to perform in front of an audience later in the day. Audience members vote for their favorite contestants, and winners return that night to face off in a grand finale show.
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  • Good Morning America Winter Concert Series, David Cook

    David Cook's 2009 Declaration tour kicked off Feb. 13 in Tallahassee, Fla., and will hit college campuses and other venues across the country. Cook's self-titled debut CD, released Nov. 18, has gone platinum and so far produced two massive hit singles, "Light On" and "The Time of My Life."
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  • Singer Annie lennox performs at the GMA Winter Concert Series

    Pop music star Annie Lennox appeared on "Good Morning America" to perform and promote her new album, "The Annie Lennox Collection." <br /><br /> After a career full of hits that earned her four Grammys, an Oscar and 80 million record sales. Lennox chose the songs to be included in this "best of" compilation. <br /><br /> "There's a lot to choose from, but it wasn't difficult," she said. "It was kind of interesting to scan that body of work from all those years."
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  • Singer Annie lennox performs at the GMA Winter Concert Series

    Lennox, 54, gained fame when she sang in the 1980s synthpop duo the Eurythmics. Since the band's split in the '90s, Lennox has had considerable success as a solo artist. <br /><br /> In 2004, Lennox, along with Fran Walsh and Howard Shore, took home an Oscar for "Into the West," the theme song to "Lord of the Rings: Return of the King." Her latest effort, "The Annie Lennox Collection" will be in stores on Feb. 17.
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  • Good Morning America Winter Concert Series: Ballas Hough Band

    Audiences know Derek Hough and Mark Ballas from their fancy footwork on "Dancing With the Stars," but now the two professional ballroom men are exploring a new direction. Their collaboration resulted in the Ballas Hough Band. The group performed live on "GMA" Feb. 5 as part of the Winter Concert Series.
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  • Good Morning America Winter Concert Series: Ballas Hough Band

    Ballas and Hough serve as frontmen for their band, writing some of the songs and playing guitars on their albums. Their first album is set for a March release.
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  • Good Morning America Winter Concert Series: Wynnona Ryder

    Country singer Wynonna Judd rocketed to fame with her mother in the duo The Judds. Now a solo singer, she is releasing a new album called "Sing." The record features songs by artists who have influenced her.
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  • Good Morning America Winter Concert Series: Wynnona Ryder

    In addition to promoting her new album, Judd has become a spokeswoman for the weight loss drug Alli.
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  • Good Morning America Winter Concert Series: The Fray

    Alternative rockers The Fray got a national introduction when "Grey's Anatomy" used one of the band's songs and made it a hit during the show's second season. "How to Save a Life" ended up as one of the biggest songs of 2005. The band has now released a new, self-titled album.
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  • Good Morning America Winter Concert Series: The Fray

    Already, "You Found Me," The Fray's first single from their new album, is heating up the airwaves.
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