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Bruce Springsteen along with the Seeger Sessions Band performs eight of the 13 tracks off WE SHALL OVERCOME: THE SEEGER SESSIONS, John Henry, O Mary Don't You Weep, How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?, Mrs. McGrath, My Oklahoma Home, Jacob's Ladder, We Shall Overcome, Pay Me My Money Down. Recorded in May 2006.

Elton John and his band are in concert at LSO St Luke's in Shoreditch, performing some of his most famous hits alongside songs from his latest album, The Captain and the Kid. Funeral For A Friend (Love Lies Bleeding), Bennie And The Jets, Someone Saved My Life Tonight, Postcards From Richard Nixon, Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word, The Captain And The Kid, Old 67, The Bridge, The Bitch Is Back.

Paul Simon, the legendary American singer-songwriter with his six-piece band in an intimate concert from LSO St Luke's in London's Shoreditch. Simon plays songs from throughout his solo career and his 60s heyday with Simon and Garfunkel including You Can Call Me Al, The Only Living Boy in New York, The Boxer and Still Crazy After All These Years, alongside songs from his gold-selling album, Surprise. The band sing jawdropping harmonies, play everything from penny whistle to baritone sax and accordion while Simon sings, plays guitar and conducts the band in front of 250 fans.

Van Morrison and his full band, featuring Georgie Fame and Mick Green, treat a select few at St. Luke's Church in London to a memorable performance. The setlist from the performance includes, Precious Time, Magic Time, I'm Not Feeling it Any More, Song of Home, Playhouse, End of the Land, Vanlose Stairway, Help Me, One Irish Rover, That's Entrainment, Keep it Simple, Behind the Ritual.

k.d. lang performed for an intimate crowd at LSO St Luke's in London on Feburary 3, 2008. The songlist includes Constant Craving, I Dream Of Spring, Helpless (Neil Young cover), Coming Home, Thread, Wash Me Clean, Western Stars, Pay Dirt, Jealous Dog, Sunday, Smoke Rings, Don't Smoke In Bed (Willard Robinson cover), Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen cover).

Annie Lennox, pop's enduring diva, is in scintillating form in an intimate concert from LSO St Luke's in London. Accompanied by her band and 21 strings from the BBC Concert Orchestra, Annie Lennox storms through a set packed with hits from her solo career and back to the Eurythmics days, including classic hits Here Comes the Rain, Little Bird, Cold, Sweet Dreams and No More 'I Love You's'. Lennox shows her voice has lost none of its ability to thrill and her showmanship is undimmed.

Randy Newman, the great American master of irony, singer-songwriter, graces the stage at LSO St Luke's in London for an intimate concert. Balancing songs of scathing wit with affecting romantic ballads, he is joined by the strings of the BBC Concert Orchestra under the baton of Robert Ziegler. There is a selection from his critically-acclaimed album Harps and Angels, including the critique of the Bush administration A Few Words in Defence of Our Country, and Newman also cherrypicks songs such as Short People, I Think It's Going to Rain Today, Political Science and Marie from his impressive back catalogue.

Tony Bennett, the legendary performer, in an intimate concert for BBC Four in the setting of LSO St Lukes, London. Accompanied by a four piece band – Bennett performs classic numbers including I Left My Heart In San Francisco, Fly Me To The Moon, They Can't Take That Away From Me, The Good Life, If I Ruled The World, The Best Is Yet To Come and For Once In My Life.