LiveList Top 5 Live Streams of the Week | November 28 – December 4



November 28 | 8:00pm Pacific


West Coast rapper YG is going to keep the attention on his new Red Friday mixtape by teaming up with streaming giant TIDAL on Monday, November 28th live from Oakland, CA. The California native is set to perform tracks from his latest must-hear project for the first time exclusively on TIDAL – live and direct tonight at 8 PM PST. #TIDALXYG


GOODFest : Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Glass Animals, Madame Gandhi, Shilpa Rey

November 29 | 5:00pm Pacific

GOODFest Presented by Pixel, Phone by Google

GOODFest kicks off with a generosity-themed show on #GivingTuesday, November 29th in Brooklyn, NY, with the UK’s Glass Animals (in a special stripped back performance), New Orleans’ Preservation Hall Jazz Band, guest vocalist Shilpa Ray, local storytellers, and emcee/singer Madame Gandhi. GOODFest is a first-of-its-kind live stream festival for good — presented by Pixel, phone by Google. GOODFest is a celebration of progress, positivity, and the power of people to push the world forward. In five lives treamed shows, GOODFest is bringing together music, community, and technology to raise funds and connect people in the name of good.


AURORA Live featuring Waterloo Revival

November 30 | 6:00pm Pacific

AURORA Live Nashville

When WATERLOO REVIVAL’s Cody Cooper met his bandmate George Birge in middle school, he inspired his new friend to express himself through music — a path that drastically affected both their lives. “I’d sang in choir and stuff, but I’d never taken it any further,” George admits. “But by seventh grade I was hooked and Cody and I were writing songs together.” The duo continued to play together through high school, but parted ways so the guys could pursue an education. Cody headed to the University of North Texas in Denton, while George stayed in their hometown of Austin to attend the University of Texas. Watch them perform live from Nashville, TN when they visit AURORA Live.

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Austin City Limits Live Streaming Event with Alejandro Escovedo

November 30 | 6pm Pacific

Austin City Limits Live powered by Dell

Veteran Austin singer/songwriter Alejandro Escovedo returns to the Austin City Limits stage in support of Burn Something Beautiful, his twelfth solo album. Recorded in Portland with R.E.M.’s Peter Buck and the Minus 5’s Scott McCaughey as co-writers and producers, Burn Something Beautiful is at once a celebration of the rock & roll life, a contemplation of mortality and a tribute to the healing power of love. The project coalesced beautifully with the help of an esteemed group of musicians who give the album a band feel, including ACL vets Steve Berlin (Los Lobos), Kelly Hogan (Neko Case), John Moen (the Decemberists) and Corin Tucker (Sleater-Kinney). Connecting repeatedly with his soulful heart and voice at its core, Burn Something Beautiful is Alejandro Escovedo at his very best. The San Antonio native is, of course, no stranger to ACL – he has been on the show four times previously, starting as a member of Rank & File when they appeared on the show in 1983. Tune in live to welcome back Alejandro Escovedo on November 30th at 6pm PT / 8pm CT.

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Storm Large: 7 Deadly Sins

December 3 | 5:00pm Pacific

 Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Called “sensational” by The New York Times in her 2013 Carnegie Hall debut with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, larger-than-life personality and vocalist Storm Large reprises her starring role as “Anna” (and her multiple personalities!) in Kurt Weill’s thrilling, satirical Seven Deadly Sins. Leonard Slatkin leads this theatrical masterpiece, framed by acclaimed works of avant-garde English composer William Walton. Fans can tune in on December 3 to watch live from Orchestra Hall, presented by Ford and made possible by Knight Foundation.

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