Two legendary singer/songwriters come together to showcase their insightful and down-to-earth performance styles and shaped America's musical landscape with songs like "American Pie" and "Both Sides Now." Don McLean, whose noteworthy songs include "Vincent," "Crying," and "Castles in the Air," was inaugurated into the National Academy of Popular Music's Songwriters' Hall of Fame and was awarded the BBC Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012. McLean's seminal 1971 ode, "American Pie," holds a spot in the Grammy Hall of Fame and was voted No. 5 in a poll of the 365 "Songs of the Century." Soprano Judy Collins' career has spanned more than five decades, embracing an eclectic musical style that includes folk, cabaret, pop and show tunes. She won a Grammy in 1968 for her hit song "Both Sides Now." See both of these musical icons in an open-air concert at the Ravinia Festival.
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