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    Watch: Mandy Patinkin, Stephen Colbert, Michael Stipe Sing "Good King Wenceslas" on "The Colbert Report"

    Mandy Patinkin continued the holiday sing-along at The Colbert Report when he joined Stephen Colbert and REM's Michael Stipe to sing the traditional carol "Good King Wenceslas" on Comedy Central last night. Watch the performance below. The trio performance closed out an episode of The Colbert Report in which Patinkin and Colbert engaged in a spirited discussion of his role as Saul Berenson on the hit Showtime series Homeland and much more. It also follows the previous night's duet between Colbert and Audra McDonald on "Baby It's Cold Outside," which you can watch here.

    Mandy Patinkin released Experiment, his first album on Nonesuch Records, in 1994, featuring songs from nine decades of popular music from Irving Berlin to Alan Menken. He has since recorded four additional solo albums for Nonesuch—Oscar & Steve, Mamaloshen, Kidults, and Mandy Patinkin Sings Sondheim—and is featured on the 1996 Nonesuch album Leonard Bernstein's New York.

    Watch Mandy Patinkin, Stephen Colbert, and Michael Stipe perform "Good King Wenceslas" here:

     

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Watch: Mandy Patinkin, Stephen Colbert, Michael Stipe Sing "Good King Wenceslas" on "The Colbert Report"

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Mandy Patinkin continued the holiday sing-along at The Colbert Report when he joined Stephen Colbert and REM's Michael Stipe to sing the traditional carol "Good King Wenceslas" on Comedy Central last night. Watch the performance here. The trio performance closed out an episode of the show in which Patinkin and Colbert engaged in a spirited discussion of his role as Saul Berenson on the hit Showtime series Homeland and much more. It also follows the previous night's duet between Colbert and Audra McDonald on "Baby It's Cold Outside."

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Mandy Patinkin continued the holiday sing-along at The Colbert Report when he joined Stephen Colbert and REM's Michael Stipe to sing the traditional carol "Good King Wenceslas" on Comedy Central last night. Watch the performance below. The trio performance closed out an episode of The Colbert Report in which Patinkin and Colbert engaged in a spirited discussion of his role as Saul Berenson on the hit Showtime series Homeland and much more. It also follows the previous night's duet between Colbert and Audra McDonald on "Baby It's Cold Outside," which you can watch here.

Mandy Patinkin released Experiment, his first album on Nonesuch Records, in 1994, featuring songs from nine decades of popular music from Irving Berlin to Alan Menken. He has since recorded four additional solo albums for Nonesuch—Oscar & Steve, Mamaloshen, Kidults, and Mandy Patinkin Sings Sondheim—and is featured on the 1996 Nonesuch album Leonard Bernstein's New York.

Watch Mandy Patinkin, Stephen Colbert, and Michael Stipe perform "Good King Wenceslas" here:

 

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