LiveList Top 5 Live Streams of the Week | January 23-29

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Budweiser x Boiler Room Discover What’s Brewing PHILADELPHIA feat. DJ Jazzy Jeff

January 24 | 5:00pm Pacific

Boiler Room

Fresh off the tail end of Boiler Room’s show in South America, their next stop takes them up north to Philadelphia! Hometown native DJ Jazzy Jeff joins BRTV for a special show, giving the world a look into what’s brewing in the Philly hip-hop scene. This special Budweiser ‘Discover What’s Brewing’ showcase will also feature Kur, Joie Kathos and Cosmo Baker going b2b with Matthew Law, in what is Boiler Room’s first trip to the City of Brotherly Love.  Tune in January 24 at 5pm Pacific time for all the action via Boiler Room.


Music City Roots feat. Waker, Cicada Rhythm, Southern Avenue, Exile

January 25 | 4:30pm Pacific

Music City Roots, the weekly two-hour radio show that revives the historic legacy of live musical radio production in Nashville, showcases 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. Presented live, this show will showcase purveyors of authenticity across many genres. On January 25, MCR features Waker, Cicada Rhythm, Southern Avenue, and Exile — hosted by Jim Lauderdale and streaming live from The Factory in Nashville, TN.


The Infamous Stringdusters w/ The Brothers Comatose in Charlotte

January 26 | 4:00pm Pacific (approx.) | Audio Only


Tradition and innovation provide the interlocking roots of bluegrass and its descendants, a lively dance of elements skipping comfortably from ancient jigs to radio ditties to spacious experimentation. Currently on “The Laws of Gravity Tour”, The Infamous Stringdusters are taking it from city-to-city and streaming all the action direct from the soundboard via Mixlr, the audio streaming platform and app. Tune in to each night of tour via the band’s official Mixlr channel for pristine live audio from The Infamous Stringdusters. #couchtour



January 27 | 11:15am Pacific

VuHaus & KCRW – Morning Becomes Eclectic

Canadian quartet BadBadNotGood made a name for themselves applying their classical jazz training to hip-hop music. With big name fans and collaborators, their star continues to rise. KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic and host Jason Bentley are set to welcome them for a live in-studio set with special guests in Los Angeles, CA.  VuHaus, a non-profit, digital music video service that introduces emerging and established artists to new audiences, will host a live stream of the performance for online viewers to experience the show from wherever they are.


Ivy Sole

January 28 | 3:00pm Pacific

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Ivy Sole is a study in organic duality. The 23-year old Charlotte, NC native discovered the sounds of A Tribe Called Quest, NERD, Aaliyah, and Arcade Fire at the age of 15 and since then has been growing her own distinct sound. Her passion for music was cultivated in the church choirs and music lessons of her youth, and bloomed after she uprooted herself to attend the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. Ivy Sole is a perennial artist – a rapper with a reservoir of talent; well-versed in a modicum of vocal techniques, high energy stage performances, and memorable musical productions. Watch live as she presents an evening of engaging and personal original music streaming live from the Millenium Stage at The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

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