LiveList Top 5 Live Streams of the Week | August 8-14

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Allen Stone Live In-Studio

August 9 | 11:15pm PDT

Fresh off three sold-out nights at the legendary Troubadour in West Hollywood and an intimate performance at a vineyard in Paso Robles, Allen Stone is staying busy this summer.  The son of a preacher and self-described hippie from rural Washington, Stone’s love for soul music led him to become the singer/songwriter he is today. His live shows never disappoint and KCRW is happy to welcome him back to their studio, with live video streaming brought to you by VuHaus.


Hard Working Americans presented by 101.9 KINK FM

August 10 | 12:00pm PDT

Hard Working Americans, featuring vocalist Todd Snider, bassist Dave Schools, guitarist Neal Casal, drummer Duane Trucks, keyboardist Chad Staehly and lap steel/guitarist Jesse Aycock, the supergroup is touring in support of their recently issued 12-song LP Rest In Chaos. Presented by Trillium Family Services, the live in-studio session begins at 12 p.m. PT on Wednesday. The session will be broadcast at and locally over the airwaves at 101.9 FM. A live video webcast will be provided by the folks at Skype Live Studio.


Wynton Marsalis Quintet 

August 11 | 2:00pm PDT

Wynton Marsalis (trumpet), Walter Blanding (saxophone), Dan Nimmer (piano), Carlos Henriquez (bass), and Ali Jackson (battery) make up the Wynton Marsalis Quintet. It was at Jazz in Marciac that Marsalis became the figurehead and the sponsor involved for many years in an event he attended since 1991. Overtime, Marsalis has become a virtuoso capable of interpreting brilliantly the most difficult classical concertos as well as browse the entire history of jazz by giving it its own brand. Considered in the 80s as a prodigy of his instrument, he later claimed his solo personality, but also a leader and composer. Don’t miss the Wynton Marsalis Quintet performing live at Jazz in Marciac, France.


La Route du Rock

August 12-14 | 9:15am PDT

La Route du Rock is a biannual music festival that occurs in the city of Saint-Malo. Traditionally the festival was held every year but since 2006, a winter edition is held called collection d ‘hiver after the French fashion word. This year’s edition is streaming live courtesy of ARTE Live Concerts, and will feature performances by Belle and Sebastian, Savages, La Femme, Julia Holter and many more.  Tune in all weekend beginning Friday!


Lionel Bringuier and Yuja Wang at the Salzburg Festival

August 12 | 11:30am PDT

The Camerata Salzburg joins forces with French conductor Lionel Bringuier and pianist Yuja Wang for a concert dedicated to the music of the early 20th century at the Salzburg Festival. Under the baton of conductor Lionel Bringuier, the Camerata Salzburg opens the concert with two works: Maurice Ravel’s Ma mère l’Oye and Rhapsody in Blue by American composer George Gershwin. A piece that combines classical music with jazz. At the centre of the programme is the Piano Concerto in G Major by Maurice Ravel interpreted by Yuja Wang. This concerto in three movements is heavily influenced by jazz. The Camerata Salzburg closes the concert with a performance of the Dances of Galántaby Zoltán Kodály. This production features the Camerata Salzburg conducted by one of the most promising conductors of his generation, Lionel Bringuier, and Chinese pianist Yuja Wang. Yuja is especially recognized for her playing which combines the fearless imagination of youth with the discipline and precision of a mature artist.

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