LiveList Top 5 Live Streams of the Week | December 10-16

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Sullivan Fortner Trio

December 11 | 4:30 PM Pacific

Jazz at Lincoln Center

New Orleans’ Sullivan Fortner is one of the most promising young voices on piano. In 2015, the American Pianist Association named him its Cole Porter Fellow in Jazz, and he has worked extensively with Stefon Harris, Christian Scott, Roy Hargrove, John Scofield, members of the Marsalis family, and in duet with audience and critic favorite Cécile McLorin Salvant. Of Fortner and Salvant’s 2018 duet album, The Window, Variety says, “If there were such a thing as a Grammy for best jazz piano album, The Window should rightfully be up for that, too, because keyboardist Sullivan Fortner is an equal—and equally spectacular—partner through all 17 tracks, regardless of whether he gets cover billing.” Fortner is a regular on Jazz at Lincoln Center’s larger stages, and tonight’s performance will be his anticipated return to Dizzy’s Club as a bandleader. This is top-notch piano jazz, and Fortner is an exceptional talent that any jazz fan should experience live and in person.

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The New Mastersounds

December 10-13 | 6:00 PM Pacific

Color Red Studios

The New Mastersounds are giving fans a chance to watch the creation of their new album live this week. Each night through Thursday, the group will broadcast recording sessions live from the Color Red Studio in Denver, CO. Color Red’s founder and New Mastersounds guitarist Eddie Roberts recently spoke about the label and much more as part of an interview, revealing the broadcasts come in advance of this year’s The Payback benefit concert at Denver’s Ogden Theatre on Friday night. Lamar Williams Jr. and the NMS Horns will be among those collaborating with The New Mastersounds this week and at the concert. Tune in each night through Thursday to watch the band make their new album live!

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Phosphorescent

December 14 | 9:00 AM Pacific

VuHaus

Phosphorescent is the working moniker of American singer-songwriter, Matthew Houck (born 1980). Originally from Alabama, Houck began recording and performing under this nom de plume in 2001 in Athens, Georgia. He is currently based in Brooklyn, New York.

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Rolling Loud Los Angeles

December 14-15 | 1:00 PM Pacific

LiveXLive

Rolling Loud Festival is a multi-day music event that started in Miami, FL and is now the largest hip hop festival in the world. Featuring high-energy performances from some of the biggest names in hip hop, Rolling Loud brings premier music festival experiences to multiple cities. The final Rolling Loud of 2018 hits Los Angeles this weekend featuring headliners Post Malone, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Cardi B, Tyga and many more.

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St. Vincent, Jon Batiste, Sara Watkins, and Noam Pikelny

December 15 | 3:45 PM Pacific

Live From Here with Chris Thile

Live from Here with Chris Thile is a Saturday-night destination for audiences everywhere. This variety show features a unique blend of musical performances, comedy and audience interaction. Acclaimed musician and songwriter Chris Thile welcomes a wide range of well-known and up-and-coming talent to share the stage and create a beautiful listening experience. This particular date features a lineup that includes St. Vincent, Jon Batiste, Sara Watkins, and Noam Pikelny.


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