5.9.16 | 6:15 pm PDT
Live Nation TV, Yahoo! Music
Alternative Scottish indie rockers Frightened Rabbit have been on quite the journey since originally forming in Selkirk in 2003. After years on the road and many moving parts, the band has moved to Glasgow and is currently made up of Scott Hutchinson (vocals, guitar), Grant Hutchinson (drums), Billy Kennedy (guitar, bass) and Andy Monaghan (guitar, keys). Catch them live on tour throughout North America in support of their latest, ‘Painting of a Panic Attack’.
5.10.16 | 3:00 pm PDT
KEXP presents an in-studio session with Bob Mould on The Afternoon Show live from their new home in Seattle, WA. Known most notably for his work as guitarist, vocalist and songwriter for alternative rock bands Hüsker Dü in the ‘80s and Sugar in the ‘90s, fans from around the world have the opportunity to watch, listen and experience an intimate live performance from a lifelong indie rock legend from wherever they are.
5.12.16 | 5:00 pm PDT
Jazz at Lincoln Center, Livestream
Miles Davis was diverse, label-defying, and would have turned 90 this year. He remains at the core of transformative expression, musically and beyond. Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis will perform and offer a fresh perspective on some Davis’ groundbreaking concepts and timeless masterpieces. Co-music directed by drummer Ali Jackson and trumpeter Marcus Printup, the JALCO and Marsalis will debut new arrangements and revisit Miles Davis’ favorites.
5.13 – 5.15 | 12pm PDT
Catch March fourth!, Shovels and Rope, Juan De Marcos & The Afro-Cuban All-Stars, Sarah Jaroz, and many more streaming live from LEAF Festival happening in Black Mountain, NC this weekend as iamavl.com hosts a live webcast all three days. LEAF Festival is produced by LEAF Community Arts, a non-profit organization established to build community and enrich lives through the arts, locally and globally, through festivals, events, mentoring, and educational programs.
5.14.16 | 5:00 pm PDT
Internationally known classical pianist Yuja Wang returns to the famed Carnegie Hall in New York where she will play Brahms, Schumann, and Beethoven for a worldwide audience watching live on medici.tv. The concert webcast, presented by Rolex and Carnegie Hall, will showcase her talents, what The New Critierion calls “crystalline, sensitive, and musical … utterly composed, with hands and mind in balance.”