LiveList Top 5 Live Streams of the Week | January 29 – February 4

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Kane Brown

January 30 | 12:00pm Pacific

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Best-selling country music artist Kane Brown, an advocate for affordable housing, has partnered with State Farm to discuss how every act of good can make a positive difference, no matter how big or how small. Brown shares his personal experiences with housing instability, volunteering and the impact it’s had on his life. Additionally, he wants to encourage people to make a positive impact in their own neighborhood by finding a volunteer opportunity right for them at http://www.NeighborhoodofGood.com.

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Jeremy Pelt Quintet CD Release

January 31 | 4:30 PM Pacific

Jazz at Lincoln Center

 

Trumpeter and composer Jeremy Pelt is a veteran bandleader who releases top-notch albums with rare frequency. Pelt works expertly within multiple jazz traditions, but he also subtly experiments with the boundaries and nuances of those traditions from record to record, further developing his distinctive and gradually expanding musical vision. Tonight’s performance celebrates the release of Pelt’s latest album, Noir en Rouge (recorded live in Paris), featuring the same outstanding lineup heard on his previous record, Makes Noise!, just one year ago. The group plays a broad range of swinging, soulful jazz imbued with Afro-Latin influences, and this album release show is an easy recommendation for anyone into both classic and contemporary jazz.

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Gun Outfit, AmirSaysNothing, Justin Jay, Banditos and more

January 31 | 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM Pacific

Jam In The Van

What started in 2011 as a means of getting to the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Tennessee, turned into a full-blown business venture for Jake Cotler, Dave Bell and Louis Peek. Since then, Jam in the Van has filmed over 1,000 bands in remote locations across the United States. With new sessions everyday of the week M-F, Jam in the Van is the leading taste maker when it comes to music discovery. They don’t stop there.  This time around, JITV is producing their first multi-camera live stream from Los Angeles, featuring a full day of music.  Tune in beginning at 11am when Habibi kicks things off, followed by performances by Gun Outfit, AmirSaysNothing, Justin Jay and more.

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moe. Live from The Capitol Theatre (Two Nights)

February 2 + 3 | 5:00 PM Pacific

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On February 2 and 3, The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York will host the first two performances by moe. following a hiatus while bassist Rob Derhak was successfully treated for cancer. If you didn’t get a ticket to see Rob and the band in person at the sold-out shows, there’s an option to watch live from home or wherever you have an internet connection.  The pair of moe. concerts at The Cap will be webcast live via Nugs.TV. The shows are available to purchase in standard and high definition. Derhak was diagnosed with cancer in July 2017, leading to the cancellation of moe.’s tour dates for the remainder of the year. The bassist last performed with moe. at The Huckleberry Jam in Tamarack, Idaho on July 28, 2017. Celebrate the return and scoop the webcasts today!

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Sheffield : Nightmares On Wax Shaped The Future Set & More

February 4 | 10:00 AM Pacific

Boiler Room

Boiler Room is coming back to Sheffield with a two-part celebration of the Steel City’s heritage: specifically Warp, one of the UK’s all-time greatest record labels, and CPU, one of the best new stables to do it in recent years.  Topping the bill for the Sunday, February 4th broadcast will be Warp mainstay and Boiler Room hall of famer Nightmares on Wax, performing a one-time-only ‘Shaped The Future’ special set to mark 30 years in the game. Where he takes it is anybody’s guess but this is not to be repeated; miss out at your peril. He’ll be in action with two fellow pioneers in the shape of The Black Dog / Plaid’s Andy Turner, and Forgemasters’ Winston Hazel (the first ever releasee on Warp, fact fans). Those explosive early days of Sheffield bleep wouldn’t be the same without them, so we couldn’t miss out. Two live acts will be repping CPU’s corner: Neil Landstrumm will be returning after his tag-team with Karenn three years back, bringing all manner of ruffneck assault to Boiler Room’s warehouse party. And BRTV are delighted to welcome Tryphème over from Lyon – 2017’s Online Dating album was a rock-solid Boiler Room office favourite, so they’re looking forward to hearing her emotional electro in person.


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