Whisperings Solo Piano: All-Star Concert – Live Broadcast

On Sunday, January 22, 2017Whisperings Solo Piano Radio had their biggest piano concert of the year…  The Whisperings “All-Star” Concert and Awards Show with a live video internet broadcast.

This was a 3-hour solo piano concert with performances by 16 artists, including all the nominees for Whisperings Album of the Year, with Adam Andrews announced as the winner for Prayers in the Dark at the end of the show. It’s a great way to discover new artists you are sure to enjoy! Listen to the best of Whisperings Solo Piano Radio! This special event was a fantastic experience, but you can still enjoy the music here, except for the improvisation by Doug Hammer and Louis Landon at the end.


Watch these live performances from the Whisperings All-Star Concert in LA on Jan 22, 2017.

Overcome by David Nevue – 3 min 53 sec


Call of the Canyon by Joe Bongiorno – 4 min 52 sec


Afternoon Reverie by Jeff Borck – 4 min 17 sec



Here’s my playlist of songs played live during the concert.

Whisperings All-Star Concert & Awards (Jan 22, 2017) – 17 songs, 1 hr 11 min


2016 Album of the Year

The following was announced as winner of 2016 Whisperings Album of the Year.

Prayers in the Dark by Adam Andrews (2016) – 12 songs, 43 min

Prayers in the Dark and Out of Heaven were played in the concert.


2016 Christmas Album of the Year

The following was announced as winner of the 2016 Whisperings Christmas Album of the Year.

Christmas Lights by Doug Hammer (2016) – 18 songs, 1 hr 9 min


For more information about the concert, see my earlier post for Whisperings: All-Star Concert & Awards – 2017. You can listen via Spotify to the 7 nominated albums from Greg Maroney, Janice Faber, Adam Andrews, David Hicken, Kevin Kern, Dan Chadburn, and Shoshana Michel. Also, you can access my music posts with highlighted songs and all albums so you can listen to them and the other 9 performers: Lisa Downing, Steven Cravis, Jeff Bjorck, Rhonda Mackert, Tim Neumark, Neil Patton, Joe Bongiorno, Joe Yamada, and David Nevue.

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