April 8 | 4:00 PM Pacific
VuHaus & WMOT Roots Radio
If you’re a devotee of WMOT, then it’s likely you’ve spent a good bit of your radio life tuning in around the left side of the FM dial. That’s because back in the mid 20th century, the Federal Communications Commission designated the lower frequencies between 88.1 and 91.9 as home to non-commercial and so-called “educational” stations. Public radio’s ways and means have evolved a lot since then, but its point is largely unchanged: to broadcast news, thoughtful talk and genres of music that commercial station won’t. WMOT has been doing that for exactly fifty years as of Tuesday. The station will celebrate its birthday with a three-hour live broadcast from the campus of Middle Tennessee State University, which launched WMOT as a student-oriented station on April 9, 1969. The special will run from 4 pm to 7 pm and feature live sets by indie-folk artist A.J. Croce, Memphis roots rocker Liz Brasher and soul country songwriter Adam Wakefield. Besides the audio on the radio station, video will stream at VuHaus.
April 9 | 6:00 PM Pacific
Austin City Limits
Austin City Limits welcomes, for the first time, chart-topping rock band The Revivalists. On their fourth studio album Take Good Care (Loma Vista Recordings), the New Orleans rising stars deliver a bevy of anthems marked by moments of sonic complexity, celebration, and catharsis, chronicling an unbelievable ride that unassumingly commenced in 2008 with hundreds of underground shows yearly. Ten years of tireless hard work would be unexpectedly revved up by the success of the platinum-selling number one smash “Wish I Knew You,” and like any enduring band worth its salt, the octet buckled down and turned up with an album chock full of tunes worthy of even greater success, such as the #1 Triple A and Top 5 Alternative single “All My Friends” and new #1 Triple A hit single “Change.” In the end, The Revivalists welcome listeners on this journey with them as they set out with a newfound depth and ambition. “We’re in this together,” says Shaw. “We love to take people on an emotional rollercoaster with us. That’s what this record is. It’s who we are. There’s some real magic in that.”
April 12 | 11:30 AM Pacific
Teodor Currentzis conducts Verdi’s Requiem with Zarina Abaeva, Eve-Maud Hubeaux, Dmytro Popov and Tareq Nazmi. Experience Verdi’s powerful and iconic Requiem in performance at Milan’s Church of San Marco, the same place where it was premiered in 1868! The talented and audacious conductor Teodor Currentzis leads this exciting and historic concert.
April 13 | 12:00 PM Pacific
On April 13th, Total Refreshment Centre, Boiler Room and the Barbican will host Dreaming The City, celebrating a previously untold story in east London’s music history. The concept of the show is a live mixtape exploring three decades of musical excellence that took place inside an Edwardian warehouse in Hackney. The building began life as a confectionary factory and by the 1990s had become Mellow Mix, a Caribbean social club and rehearsal space. In 2012 it began running as Total Refreshment Centre, an influential studio and venue that has played an integral role in the upsurge of new London jazz, which is now gathering worldwide attention. This milestone event will unfold over five chapters with 30+ musicians from the TRC orbit blurring the lines of what jazz is, creating new, exclusive and unexpected collaborations.
April 12-14 | 4:00 PM Pacific
For the ninth year in a row, YouTube continues to take the magic of Coachella beyond the Indio desert and into the homes and phones of millions of people around the world with the exclusive two-weekend live stream of Coachella 2019. YouTube is providing a global stage for artists and fans to connect with live stream performances from headliners to some of the biggest artists on the rise, including Childish Gambino, Ariana Grande, Tame Impala, Kacey Musgraves, Billie Eilish, BLACKPINK, Juice WRLD, Kid Cudi, Wiz Khalifa, Gryffin, Maggie Rogers, Chvrches Little Zimz, Cola Boyy and many more. YouTube’s Weekend 1 live stream, presented by T-Mobile in the U.S., and Garnier and Coca-Cola in Canada, will give music fans around the world the best seats in the desert for groundbreaking performances from their favorite artists
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