When: Sat., Jan. 27, 8 p.m.
In 1937, George Gershwin and his lyricist-brother, Ira, left New York for Hollywood. There they penned some of the best popular songs of the decade. This is the story of those years, capped by their iconic "Love Is Here to Stay." Hosted by Bill Rudman and Paul Ferguson | Featuring members of Cleveland Jazz Orchestra, the Joe Hunter Trio, Vince Mastro and Treva Offutt | Co-Produced with CJO
Price: General: $30-$55 | TMTP Members: $25-$50