LiveList Top 5 Live Streams of the Week | November 12-18

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John Legend Live from NYC

November 12 | 7:30 PM Pacific

iHeartRadio and Verizon

Ready for the holiday season? Because it’s going to be ‘A Legendary Christmas’, literally.  John Legend has released his holiday album, A Legendary Christmas, and is helping to ring in the holidays during a special and intimate live show. iHeartRadio LIVE and Verizon bring you John Legend in NYC, where the soulful singer/songwriter will be performing some of his new holiday music, and some fan favorites.  A Legendary Christmas is Legend’s first Christmas album, and showcases 14 songs, eight of which are classic Christmas tracks, while the remaining six are original songs. The new album also includes guest appearances from Esperanza Spalding, and another legend, Stevie Wonder. A few days after his exclusive NYC show, Legend will hit the road on his nationwide “A Legendary Christmas Tour.”


Wheeler Walker Jr.

November 14 | 12:30 PM Pacific

Paste Magazine Studios

Wheeler Walker Jr. is the alter-ego of comedian Ben Hoffman, as a country music singer-songwriter.  Ol’ Wheeler has built a career on dirty lyrics, a foul mouth, embracing the redneck outlaw lifestyle, and picking fights with the likes of Sam Hunt and Bebe Rexha fans.  While it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, WWII speaks his mind through his music.


Rona Siddiqui

November 15 | 3:00 PM Pacific

The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Millenium Stage

Halfghan feminist Rona Siddiqui brings both her unique pop- and Middle Eastern-infused grooves and her Muppet-esque sense of humor to a myriad of topics—from being a bi-ethnic brown person in America, to raising awareness around mental health issues, to getting out to vote. Presented in collaboration with ASCAP.


Carlos Henriquez: The South Bronx Story

November 16 | 4:00 PM Pacific

Jazz at Lincoln Center

Bassist and composer Carlos Henriquez is one of the first truly bilingual musicians, a virtuoso in both jazz and Afro-Latin traditions. Henriquez has been a member of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra since he was only 19 years old, and New York Latin Culture calls him “the most important Latin jazz artist in New York City today, the heir to the legacy of Tito Puente.” The Bronx native has been a phenomenon since high school, back when he was playing with greats like Puente, Eddie Palmieri, and Celia Cruz, and he is now emerging as one of Latin jazz’s most compelling composers, bandleaders, and music directors. Tonight’s show is the debut of his newest project, a program curated entirely by Henriquez to explore new angles of the Latin jazz continuum. Joining Henriquez will be trumpeters Terell Stafford and Michael Rodriguez, pianist Robert Rodriguez, and drummer Obed Calvaire. As always, it will be a lively, insightful, and technically marvelous marriage of established traditions and cutting-edge possibilities.


The Complete Last Waltz ft. Joe Russo, Nicole Atkins, Scott Metzger and more

November 17 | 5:00 PM Pacific | $ Pay-Per View

The Relix Channel

On Saturday, November 17, an all-star cast of musicians will join together at The Capitol Theatre to celebrate The Band’s legendary final concert, The Last Waltz.  The Complete Last Waltz show will feature Joe Russo, Nicole Atkins, Scott Metzger, Jeff Chimenti, Nels Cline, Dave Driewitz, Marco Benevento, Alecia Chakour, Kevin Morby and more streaming live on The Relix Channel from The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY.

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