News

April 2002

NEW YORK, NY - On Friday, August 2, 2012, Carole King performed in concert on "Today" in their summer concert series. NBC-TV's "Today" is network television's #1 ranked morning show and its Friday outdoor performances outside the NBC Studios at Rockefeller Center are highly anticipated. The daily show provides viewers with up-to-the-minute news coverage as well as prominent guests and features on entertainment, health, fashion and more.  Carole performed selections from her 24th solo album, Love Makes The World as well as from her extensive hit catalogue.

LOS ANGELES, CA - "Monday Without You," the new single from Carole King's album Love Makes The World, jumped onto national radio play lists, making the song the 5th most added on Adult Contemporary radio this week, April 5, 2002. Adult Contemporary is the radio format that appeals to adults aged 25-54. It became popular when the demand increased for a more diversified play list than teen-based Top 40 formats.

Many of today's most successful stations are AC stations.

NEW YORK, NY - Carole King opened a special one-hour star-studded program honoring Paul Newman and his business partner and friend A.E. Hotchner, at the NYC Central Park Boathouse, in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Newman's Own. Joining King on the program were friends Bette Midler, Michael J. Fox, Harry Belafonte, Tony Randall, Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins with words of praise for Paul's generosity.