April 15 | 5:00 PM Pacific
Every year since 1982, the National Endowment for the Arts has presented its Jazz Masters award — a pinnacle of achievement in the form. The honor is presented to musicians and advocates who have made exceptional contributions to the advancement of jazz, and the 2019 class is no exception, as we’ll see during tonight’s live stream of this year’s tribute concert, taking place at the John F. Kennedy Center For The Performing Arts in Washington D.C. The 2019 NEA Jazz Masters are: Stanley Crouch, jazz historian, author, critic, and co-founder of Jazz at Lincoln Center; Bob Dorough, vocalist, composer, arranger and pianist; Abdullah Ibrahim, a pianist and composer; and Maria Schneider, composer, arranger and bandleader. Tonight’s host is Jason Moran, the Kennedy Center’s Artistic Director for Jazz. Starting at 8:00 p.m. EDT in the Kennedy Center’s Concert Hall, musicians Jay Anderson, Steve Berger, Terence Blanchard, Terri Lyne Carrington, Kurt Elling, Sullivan Fortner, Bill Goodwin, Cleave Guyton, Noah Jackson, 2012 NEA Jazz Master Sheila Jordan, Grace Kelly, Frank Kimbrough, Christian McBride, Charles McPherson, Jason Moran, David Murray, Pat O’Leary, Scott Robinson, and JD Walter will perform and pay tribute to the careers of the 2019 NEA Jazz Masters.
April 18 |6:00 PM Pacific
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Aloha! Iration is presenting the official Live From Paradise! Live Stream. Join the band this Thursday, April 18th at 6pm PDT/9pm EDT for a preview of the good vibes and summertime feels they will be bringing to your city. 🌞 Tour dates, tickets, VIP and more information is available at IrationMusic.com.
April 19 | 9:00 AM Pacific
Ryan Bingham was born in Hobbs, NM, hard up against the Texas Panhandle. He grew up in the West Texas oil fields, then spent time as a teenage rodeo cowboy in towns all across the state. Along the way, he absorbed the Cajun culture of western Louisiana, the hardcore hip-hop favored by his Houston friends, and the border songs of the Mexican immigrants. Until he moved to California in 2007, he never lived in any one place for more than two years. It’s this spirit of having done plenty of living early on, that has informed the singer-songwriters world-weary and jagged, weather-beaten vocals.
April 19-21 | Times TBA
For the first time ever, YouTube Music and Coachella will keep the cameras rolling on weekend 2, with a carefully curated live stream sponsored by Pantene and CALVIN KLEIN in the U.S., and Garnier and Coca-Cola in Canada. Coachella Curated, hosted by Jason Bentley from KCRW, will take a deep dive into the festival experience and deliver fans a slate of original content—encore and live performances, artist commentary, mini-docs, animated adventures and more—to accompany the best bits of live music and in-studio interviews with Coachella performers. Coachella Curated sets its sights on artists from across the line-up and captures them on-site and off, spanning the globe to share stories from the homes of headliner performers, festival favorites and newly discovered talent. These traveling tales—filmed on six continents with Coachella’s Paul Tollett—offer a unique look at the multinational energy that comes together on the Empire Polo Grounds before beaming back out via YouTube.
April 21 | 9:00 AM Pacific
On Easter Sunday (April 21), Kanye West will bring his weekly live gospel performance series “Sunday Service” to Weekend 2 of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. It was previously revealed West would stage the performance on “the Mountain,” a hillside within the festival’s campgrounds, at 9:00 a.m. PT, with all Weekend 2 ticketholders able to attend. It’s also reported that West’s “Sunday Service” will be streamed on YouTube.
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