LiveList Top 5 Live Stream of the Week | August 15-21

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Ziggy Marley Live on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic | VuHaus

August 16 | 11:15am PDT

Ziggy Marley, a 7-time Grammy Award-winning reggae artist, eldest son of music icon, Bob Marley, and leader of the band, Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers.  Marley focuses his creative energy on spreading a message of conscious humanity.  He has released 13 albums to much critical acclaim, including his latest self-titled album.  Don’t miss him performing live in-studio for KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic and VuHaus on Tuesday!

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Music City Roots feat. Blue Highway, Tim Carroll, Matt Andersen, and The Pollies

August 17 | 5:oopm PDT

Music City Roots, Live From The Factory is a weekly, two-hour radio show that revives the historic legacy of live musical radio production in Nashville, showcasing Nashville’s astonishing music scene, from country and Americana to more progressive interpreters of tradition — a “roots and branches” format that brings together fans of different tastes and generations. This Wednesday, Music City Roots welcomes Blue Highway, Tim Carroll, Matt Andersen and The Pollies, with your host Jim Lauderdale.

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BREAK TIME!

August 17 | 6:00pm PDT

Imagine being stuck in the office all day. You’re sulking in your cubicle while staring at your digital clock waiting for that clock to tick to that time of freedom. Introducing BREAK TIME! A new live stream series on Wednesdays from the HQ at IHEARCOMIX in Los Angeles, featuring special guest djs every time we go live.  This week’s BREAK TIME! is hosted by the dynamic trio, Club Aerobics. They’ll be bringing in some special friends and will also show off their brand new merchandise design. Tune in and take a break this Wednesday from 6-8pm PDT.

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Metallica Live presented by Pandora

August 20 | 7:00pm PDT

Pandora recently announced it will present a live audio stream of Metallica’s headlining performance at Minneapolis’ new U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, August 20. The band’s performance is the first rock concert at the new home of the Minnesota Vikings and tickets sold out in less than 10 minutes. The live stream will begin at 10:00pm EST and Pandora listeners can tune in the day of and catch it on replay after the event is over.  This is sure to be a blistering live audio stream of one of America’s greatest rock bands of all time, and now there’s absolutely no excuse for you to not be a part of the experience!

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Zac Brown Band

August 20 & 21 | 4:00pm PDT | $

Zac Brown Band will perform in front of a pair of capacity crowds at the iconic Fenway Park in Boston, MA which extends the group’s streak to a record seven consecutive sold-out shows at the historic ballpark. Luckily, for these ZBB shows, nugs.tv is offering live pay-per-view webcasts of each show in both HD and SD formats, while The Zac Brown Band promises “no repeats” as they will play different sets each night. The FullHD 1080p webcasts are currently available for pre-order at nugs.tv on Macs, PCs, iOS and Android devices, and the latest AppleTV via the nugs.net app. Fans can watch the shows live or on demand for 48 hours following the live performances, with full DVR-like functionality.
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