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

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The Last Revel

January 10 | 9:30 AM Pacific

Paste Magazine

From the growing music scene of the upper Midwest comes the cutting-edge, front porch Americana sounds of The Last Revel. This incredibly talented trio of multi-instrumentalists from Minneapolis, Minnesota so naturally blend the genres of Folk, Rockabilly, Old Time String-Band and Rock to create a sound that is unique and very much their own.  Don’t miss The Last Revel performing live in-studio for Paste in NYC.

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Corey Henry

January 11 | 3:00 PM Pacific

Kennedy Center Millennium Stage

Trombonist Corey Henry has had what many musicians would consider an ideal upbringing: raised in historic Treme, near Congo Square, surrounded and nurtured by some of New Orleans’s most important musicians. With Treme Funktet, Henry (an alum of Rebirth Brass Band and Galactic) fuses that rich history with a modern, funky sensibility that offers up a musical party with every performance. Catch Corey Henry live from the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage.

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Milton Suggs – Solo Piano & Voice

January 11 | 5:00 PM Pacific


Born in Chicago, as a third generation musician Milton Suggs recognized music as a gift from a young age. It was much later that he began to accept it as a calling. Beginning as a pianist and later incorporating voice, Suggs began his journey in his hometown of Chicago and further honed his craft and developed his artistic vision in New York.
Milton’s voice is a reflection of the many great male and even female voices in Black music and culture from the past century and beyond. It is the music, the history, and the culture of the generations that preceded him that makes up the foundation upon which his own music and artistry is built. It is with this in mind that he approaches every word and note he writes and every melody he sings and plays.


Tugan Sokhiev conducts Bruch and Shostakovich – with Daniel Lozakovich

January 12 | 8:00 PM Pacific

Violinist Daniel Lozakovitj has been hailed as an “exceptional young musician” [Kronen Zeitung]. Born in Stockholm in 2001, Daniel began playing the violin in 2007 and made his concerto debut with the Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, and Vladimir Spivakov in 2010. Daniel has performed as a soloist throughout Europe with orchestras including the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, Tchaikovsky Symphony, Moscow Philharmonic, Stockholm Royal Court, Gävle Symphony, Brussels Chamber Orchestra, and Stockholm Sinfonietta.


Pedrito Martinez Group

January 13 | 4:30 PM Pacific

Jazz at Lincoln Center

Cuban-born and New York-based Pedrito Martinez is a master percussionist and an irrepressible bandleader. He has recorded or performed with such artists as Eddie Palmieri, Paul Simon, and Paquito D’Rivera, and his own group has become an essential voice in the evolving tradition of Afro-Cuban music and jazz. Though the group possesses a rare level of virtuosity, it never gets in the way of their ability to get a room moving. Martinez is also a member of the extremely popular and frequently sold-out Nuevo Jazz Latino program at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Don’t miss this rare Dizzy’s Club appearance by Martinez’ own group!

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