LiveList Top 5 Live Streams of the Week | February 20-26

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Ryan Adams Live from KCRW

February 21 | 11:15am PT

VuHaus / KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic

Ryan Adams recorded his 16th solo album, Prisoner, on the heels of his divorce. He channels heartbreak like no other and KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic are happy to welcome him back to their studios in Santa Monica, CA for a live session. For those not in the LA-area, you can watch live thanks to VuHaus – a non-profit, digital music video service that introduces emerging and established artists to new audiences – or at kcrw.com worldwide.  Don’t miss a great live in-studio chat and performance!

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Robert Randolph

February 21 | 2:30pm PT

AOL Build Series

There’s certainly no shortage of originality on Robert Randolph’s latest album, “Got Soul.” Produced by multiple Grammy nominee Matt Pierson, the 12-song set combines gospel-informed numbers to deep, funky grooves to incendiary rock-and-soul jams. Hear what inspired the album when Randolph comes to BUILD with a special performance afterwards! BUILD is a cultural platform created to connect the most compelling, interesting and influential creators in the world with their fans and audiences featuring the biggest names in entertainment, tech, fashion and business as they share the stories behind their projects and passions.

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Kane Brown

February 22 | 6:00pm PT

AURORA Live

Twenty-two-year-old Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. native, Kane Brown shot to the top of the charts after independently releasing his viral sensation “Used To Love You Sober” to digital retailers. Named an “Artist To Watch” by Billboard, HITS and Huffington Post, Brown developed an underground swell of rabid fans by posting original and cover songs to his personal social media channels. After joining forces with RCA Nashville in January 2016, Brown answered fans demands and released “Used To Love You Sober” to country radio as his debut single. Brown is currently out on his first headlining tour with 35+ sold out shows and joins Florida Georgia Line on tour this summer. His EP, Chapter 1, was released on March 18.

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Sinkane Live from Lincoln Hall

February 23 | 8:15pm PT

Audiotree Live

Sinkane performs live from Lincoln Hall in Chicago, Ill. thanks to Audiotree Live, Consequence of Sound, Deep Eddy Vodka and REACT Presents. Sinkane (born Ahmed Gallab in London, England) is a musician who blends krautrock, free jazz and funk rock with Sudanese pop. He is signed to DFA Records. Born to college professors in London, he lived in Sudan, then moved to the US when he was five, and lived for some time in Kent, Ohio followed by Columbus, Ohio. Prior to embarking on his solo career, he worked with Eleanor Friedberger, Caribou, of Montreal, Born Ruffians, and Yeasayer as a session musician.

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The Regrettes

February 25 | 2:00pm PT

PressureDrop.TV

Keeping the punkabilly New Wop craze going is LA phenom The Regrettes, with pint-sized Lydia Night belting what a lot of us would call the plain Truth. PressureDrop.TV (PDtv) features unique, short “pop-up” live performances from artists we love anytime, anywhere. They are your virtual coffee break, bringing you goods from artists waiting to be discovered.   This show will be nothing short of great, so mark your calendars for The Regrettes on Saturday, February 25 at 2pm PST.


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