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    Audra McDonald: Build a Bridge
    Michael Wilson

    Please tune in to see Audra McDonald guest co-host The View tomorrow, September 26, at 11 AM on WABC in New York and at 10 AM on KABC in Los Angeles, along with guests Ray Liotta and Bridget Moynahan (check website for local airtimes). At the end of the show, Audra will perform “Bein’ Green” from her latest Nonesuch album, Build a Bridge.

    A profile of McDonald aired on Saturday, September 23, on NPR's All Things Considered. The piece included an interview with Audra, as well as ones with her long-time music director Ted Sperling and New York Times critic Stephen Holden. Additionally, NPR prepared a special webpage, with pictures, extra interview audio, a few songs from the new album Build a Bridge, and links. You can find it at www.npr.org.

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Audra McDonald will guest co-host The View tomorrow, September 26, and will perform “Bein’ Green” from her latest Nonesuch album, Build a Bridge, at the end of the show. A profile of McDonald aired on Saturday, September 23, on NPR's All Things Considered. Additionally, NPR has prepared a special webpage, with pictures, extra interview audio, and a few songs from the new album.

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Please tune in to see Audra McDonald guest co-host The View tomorrow, September 26, at 11 AM on WABC in New York and at 10 AM on KABC in Los Angeles, along with guests Ray Liotta and Bridget Moynahan (check website for local airtimes). At the end of the show, Audra will perform “Bein’ Green” from her latest Nonesuch album, Build a Bridge.

A profile of McDonald aired on Saturday, September 23, on NPR's All Things Considered. The piece included an interview with Audra, as well as ones with her long-time music director Ted Sperling and New York Times critic Stephen Holden. Additionally, NPR prepared a special webpage, with pictures, extra interview audio, a few songs from the new album Build a Bridge, and links. You can find it at www.npr.org.

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