LiveList Top 5 Live Streams of the Week | April 16-22

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Washington Renaissance Orchestra

April 16 | 3:00 PM Pacific

The Kennedy Center of the Performing Arts – Millenium Stage

In a special Jazz Appreciation Month event, the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage presents The Washington Renaissance Orchestra (WRO), featuring special guest vocalist Christie Dashiell. This performance is a celebration of improvisation on an American art form and national treasure—jazz with the The Washington Renaissance Orchestra’s formidable 16-member ensemble, led by drummer Nasar Abadey and pianist Allyn Johnson, who are the Artistic and Music Directors respectively. Presented in collaboration with the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Jimmy Buffett Live from Atlanta

April 17 | 5:00 PM Pacific

Margaritaville TV

Jimmy Buffett is doing it right.  He has constantly taken the best from whatever the situation has been and gone on. That’s the whole point of the music to him. All through American history populist singers and humorists have served as the nation’s tickle spot, people like Will Rogers and Mark Twain. Buffett sees himself in that vein and fulfilling that sort of responsibility. “I give people a few shots. It’s as much a satirical pinprick as anything else. You just have to remind people of the day-to-day funny things,” he says. But he’s not slowing down. Watch him live from Atlanta this Tuesday to find out. Fins up!

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Greta Van Fleet

April 18 | 11:15 AM Pacific

KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic / VuHaus

Fresh off their first weekend at Coachella, Greta Van Fleet, theAmerican rock band from Frankenmuth, Michigan, that formed in 2012 will stop in to the KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic studios for a morning live session.  The band, most notable for their comparison to Led Zeppelin, are mastering the art of rock n’ roll the best they know how. Consisting of vocalist Josh Kiszka, guitarist Jake Kiszka, bassist Sam Kiszka and drummer Danny Wagner, you’re in for an absolute treat when they take over you airwaves Wednesday!

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Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit

April 18 | 6:00 PM Pacific

YouTube

Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit are slated to perform at The Walt Disney Theater at The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Orlando, Florida this Wednesday, April 18. If you can’t make it to see the show in person, there’s a free option to watch live from home or wherever you have access to the internet thanks to Jason Isbell’s official YouTube channel, Facebook, and Twitter feeds.  Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit are currently touring in support of their Grammy award-winning album The Nashville Sound.

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Christian McBride Big Band

April 22 | 4:30 PM Pacific

Jazz at Lincoln Center

Grammy Award–winning bassist Christian McBride first composed for big band in 1995 as a commission for the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. The master musician has since appeared on over 300 recordings and is easily one of the most accomplished bassists alive. Now a leader of his own Grammy Award–winning Big Band, featuring a staggering and diverse lineup of top musicians, McBride simultaneously shows off his compositional talent and unmatched ability to drive a band from behind the bass. This hip group combines the classic big band sounds of the Swing Era with more than half a century of post-bop influences. You simply can’t go wrong when McBride is in charge.


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