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That was followed by stints with Joni Mitchell and Sting, whom Botti credits with "making" his career.
After several albums for Verve/Forecast, GRP and Sony, Botti hit pay dirt when Oprah Winfrey took a fancy to his 2004 album, When I Fall in Love (Sony) and invited him on her show.
C., work which earned her an Associated Press award and an Emmy.
Couric joined NBC News in 1989 as Deputy Pentagon Correspondent.
Couric hosted or worked on a number of news specials, like Everybody's Business: America's Children in 1995. Couric, Gibson and Williams made appearances together on all three major network morning shows, first on CBSs Early Show, then on NBCs Today and finally on ABCs Good Morning America.
Similar entertainment specials were Legend to Legend Night: A Celebrity Cavalcade in 1993, and Harry Potter: Behind the Magic in 2001. Couric announced on April 5, 2006 (her 15th anniversary as permanent co-host of Today), that she would be leaving the show, despite a 20 million dollar a year salary offer.
In 1992, she became co-anchor, of "NBC Now" an evening time weekly TV newsmagazine with Tom Brokaw, which was later canceled and folded into part of Dateline NBC, where her reports appeared regularly and she was named contributing anchor.
She remained at Today and NBC News until May 31, 2006, when she announced that she would be going to CBS to anchor the CBS Evening News, becoming the first solo female anchor of the "big three" weekday nightly news broadcasts.
"But you know what," he says with boyish enthusiasm, "it's great."Kate" Couric was born in Arlington, Virginia, the daughter of Elinor (née Hene), a homemaker and part-time writer, and John Martin Couric Jr., a public relations executive and news editor at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the United Press in Washington, D.C. Couric was raised Presbyterian, though her mother was Jewish. Couric's maternal grandparents, Berthold B. Froshin, were the children of Jewish immigrants from Germany. In a report for Today, she traced her paternal ancestry back to a French orphan who emigrated to the U. in the nineteenth century and became a broker in the cotton business.Originally from Corvallis, Ore., Botti has a heartbreakingly beautiful trumpet sound and golden-boy good looks. His new album, To Love Again: The Duets (Columbia/Sony), is nudging the top of the jazz charts and debuted at No. A warm, romantic outing, mostly ballads with lush string arrangements, it features a bevy of guest vocalists.That includes no less than Sting and Gladys Knight, as well as Paula Cole, Michael Buble, Jill Scott, Blue Nile's Paul Buchanan, Aerosmith's Steven Tyler, Brazilian bossa nova master Rosa Passos and teen jazz tyro Renee Olstead.