An Evening With Carole Bayer Sager: Art and Music

The GRAMMY Museum is pleased to welcome one of the most prolific and poignant writers in pop history, Carole Bayer Sager, to the Clive Davis Theater. Sager's songbook spans almost 40 years and contains some of the period's most popular and successful songs. From the GRAMMY-winning That's What Friends Are For, the Oscar-winning Arthur's Theme, and the Oscar-nominated The Prayer, to Don't Cry Out Loud and On My Own, Sager's songs have become pop standards. Her songs have been recorded by celebrated artists such as Barbra Streisand, Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston among many others. With her talents, it is no surprise Sager has won a GRAMMY Award, an Academy Award, two Golden Globe Awards and a Tony Award. Hear Sager, with GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Bob Santelli, discuss her accomplished career including her latest passion: painting. From portraits to abstracts, Sager's work has received notice in the art world and beyond, including her successful debut solo art show at the LA Arthouse in Los Angeles in 2011.