When we first heard about LiveList, it was almost too good to be true. The company has not only compiled a listing for every available live concert stream, but they’ve done it an incredible user-friendly and interactive way, allowing you to comprehensively search their listings for just about any official stream. There’s just no reason for missing a moment of your favorite bands on the road, when you can stream them from the comfort of your own home.By partnering with LiveList, we were able to create an official Live for Live Music Channel to pick and choose the shows that you want to hear. This week marks the start of the L4LM Channel, and there are certainly some goodies on the schedule. Widespread Panic, Kamasi Washington, G. Love & Special Sauce, Son Little and more will be performing live, and all you have to do is tune in below to catch the music.Be sure to check the Menu for the full listings, or scroll down and see the text-based schedule of any official upcoming audio stream of interest! New shows are being added all the time, so don’t miss out.You can enjoy the L4LM LiveList Channel via the player below: Check out the full schedule of shows on the L4LM LiveList Channel for this week, and be sure to head to LiveList and see what there is in store! L4LM’s LiveList Channel Schedule (all times local)
Setlist: Paul McCartney at Fenway Park, Boston, MA – 7/17/16Set: A Hard Day’s Night (The Beatles song) Save Us, Can’t Buy Me Love (The Beatles song), Letting Go (Wings song), Temporary Secretary, Let Me Roll It (Wings song) Foxy Lady ( Hendrix Cover ) I’ve Got a Feeling (The Beatles song), My Valentine, Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five (Wings song), Here, There & Everywhere, Maybe I’m Amazed, We Can Work It Out (The Beatles song), In Spite of All the Danger (Quarrymen song), You Won’t See Me (The Beatles song), Love Me Do (The Beatles song), And I Love Her (The Beatles song), Blackbird (The Beatles song), Here Today, Queenie Eye, New, The Fool on the Hill (The Beatles song), Lady Madonna (The Beatles song), Five Four Seconds, Eleanor Rigby (The Beatles song), Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! (The Beatles song), Something (The Beatles song), Obla Di Obla Da (The Beatles song), Band on the Run (Wings song), Back In The USSR (The Beatles song), Let It Be (The Beatles song), Live and Let Die (Wings song), Hey Jude (The Beatles song),Encore: Yesterday (The Beatles song), Hi Hi Hi wsg Bob Weir, Helter Skelter wsg Bob Weir, Birthday (The Beatles song), Golden Slumbers (The Beatles song), Carry That Weight (The Beatles song), The End (The Beatles song)[photo via Paul McCartney instagram] Tonight, in what might be one of the most surreal sit-ins in recent history, a member of The Beatles sat in with a member of the Grateful Dead at Boston’s Fenway Park. Paul McCartney invited both Bob Weir and Patriots Tight End Rob Gronkowski (on air-guitar) to sit-in at the famous ball park. The surprise guest sit-in saw Bob Weir play The Wings’ classic “Hi, Hi, Hi” and the Beatles’ “Helter Skelter”. We’re still pinching ourselves.
Last weekend marked the annual Newport Folk Festival, bringing a bastion of talented artists to the esteemed festival in Newport, RI. While Bob Dylan used the festival as a breaking ground for his new electric set, singer/songwriter Ryan Adams did the opposite, enlisting The Infamous Stringdusters and Nicki Bluhm for a bluegrass-inspired performance. The seven musicians sat in a semi-circle on stage, giving the show a “down home” vibe, and opened their set with a cover of Slayer’s “South of Heaven.”The show saw Adams improvising a song based on a phrase he thought he heard from the crowd, “I’m Frightened And I’m Rabid.” He ended the set with another cover, this one of “The Wizard” by Black Sabbath.Thanks to NPR Music, we have full audio to share of this wonderful performance. Tune in below!
Singing sensation Lucy Woodward continues to make a splash with her powerful vocals, and shows no signs of slowing down yet! With some new tour dates on the docket and an album Til’ They Bang On The Door (check it out here) that was just recently released, it’s a great time to be a fan of Woodward and her soulful music.Fresh off a tour with Snarky Puppy, Woodward has shared some exciting live footage with us for you to enjoy. Watch as she crushes a rendition of Ruth Brown’s song “I Don’t Know” from a performance on May 6th, 2016 at Rockwood Music Hall. For more on Lucy Woodward, check out her Facebook page. You can see her upcoming tour dates below:8/31 Seattle, WA @ The Triple Door9/2 San Francisco, CA @ The Boom Boom Room9/3 Mission Viejo, CA @ LMVA Concert Series
After a nationwide tour throughout the fall, The Motet returns to their native Colorado for a pair of shows at Denver’s Ogden Theatre tonight and tomorrow, November 11th and 12th, billed as Hometown Hustle. Tonight’s show features support from Sophistafunk, and Saturday’s will include support from Mikey Thunder as well as a set of Mixtape 1979, their 2016 Halloween theme.The Motet’s Lyle Divinsky Gives Us The Low-Down On Their Mixtape 1979 Halloween RunGet excited for this weekend’s Denver shows with some stunning photos of the band’s show at Brooklyn Bowl last Saturday, courtesy of photographer Scott Harris.After Hometown Hustle, the band heads to Oregon for three shows next: in Eugene on Thursday, Portland on Friday, and Ashland on Saturday. You can enter to win tickets to the Portland show through the contest link below: Load remaining images
Lotus has kicked off the New Year in fine fashion, returning to the 9:30 Club in Washington DC for the second of two nights. After the band peppered the first night with bust outs, big jams and more, the group returned with a great performance to round out the two night run.The show featured a number of highlights, including a cover of Childish Gambino’s “Have My Love” and a big “Flower Sermon” > “Moonset” > “Flower Sermon” in the second set. One of the biggest surprises of the night, however, has to be the band’s performance of their famed song “Opus.” According to PT, this marked the song’s first appearance in a Lotus setlist since 2003 – a 14 year gap!Check out an audio recording of the show below, as provided by taper Moricle.Here’s a video from Lotus’s performance as well.The full setlist can be seen below.Setlist: Lotus | 9:30 Club | Washington, DC | 1/14/17Set One: 128, Opo, Lucid Awakening, When Our Nerves, Bubonic > Sunrain > Tip > SunrainSet Two: Fearless, The Opus, Did Fatt > Flower Sermon > Moonset > Flower, Kesey Seed, Jump OffEncore: Have Some Love, Intro to a Cell
There’s no denying that the inauguration of Donald J. Trump has caused a controversial response in America, and there’s also no denying that Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters has been an outspoken voice against political corruption for decades. Thus, it’s no surprise that Waters would react to the Trump inauguration, much like he reacted the Trump’s candidacy many months ago.In late September of 2016, Waters held a performance in Mexico City that came packed with a politically charged message. During the song “Pigs (Three Different Ones)” from Animals, Waters shows incendiary images of Trump, with messages like “Trump es un pendejo” (Trump is an asshole) to rally the Mexican fans. He also released inflatable pigs over the crowd of 300,000, and used Trump’s own direct quotes to complement the song’s refrain of “charade you are.”On Inauguration Day, hours after Trump was sworn into office, Waters shared official footage of the “Pigs (Three Different Ones)” performance. The caption simply reads “A note from Roger: The resistance begins today.” Watch the official video below.
On Saturday, January 21, 2017–the day after the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump–hundreds of thousands of people flocked to the nation’s capital for the Women’s March on Washington D.C., as millions more participated in satellite marches nationwide. For those who couldn’t make it out to participate in person, the Women’s March on Washington was streamed live online free of charge.While you were surely aware of the March on Saturday, you may be surprised to hear that the official live stream of the demonstration was filmed and produced by Pete Shapiro, concert promoter extraordinaire and the man behind LOCKN’ Festival, Brooklyn Bowl, Relix, the Grateful Dead‘s 50th Anniversary Fare Thee Well shows, and more.In a new interview with HeadCount, Shapiro talks about his experience producing the live coverage of the massive event. Among other things, Shapiro goes into detail about how he got involved and how he leveraged his experience producing and streaming large scale events like 2015’s Fare Thee Well to help successfully capture the historic demonstration.As buzz grew in the days leading up to the event, the stream production rapidly grew in scale. Shapiro explains, “We put together a team to film it, [with] seven cameras. We started and it was going to be five Jumbotrons, then 6, 7. Finally we got to 9. Which is a lot of Jumbotrons, but we could have even used more. They went all the way down Independence [Ave.], we helped place them.”Continues Shapiro, “It was so important, we were worried, and we were right, that the internet would crash. And even if we got wifi to send the feed to the media tent, that sh*t would go crazy if there are 500,000 people. Which is what happened…Then we got a call beforehand that said we have to watch out, there are going to be people trying to hack into the stream, don’t let that happen. So we went satellite truck to protect it, and we didn’t give out the satellite code to anyone because we were nervous. And the stream went smooth. It was a little nerve-wracking, the order of the show kept changing, behind the stage you couldn’t actually get to the entrance it was so crazy.”Because the inauguration was the day before, the building and installation of the stream’s physical infrastructure was not allowed to start until 12:01 a.m on the day of the March. Says Shapiro, “Usually for events like this, the builds start way before. This was next level.”Despite the various obstacles and the unexpectedly staggering attendance numbers, the March was a huge success, and the live stream was seen by millions of people–thanks in large part to the expert guidance of Shapiro himself. “I’m really glad that when I saw an opportunity to help,” he says, “I just dove in and spent a lot of time in the last three weeks helping to make this happen. To do whatever I could. I took the lessons I learned in the past. When there are big events they are usually sh*tshows. This was a sh*tshow, it was an awesome and incredible sh*tshow. And I’ve got experience in sh*tshows, being in a bunch of sh*tshows. That’s funny. Maybe use an asterisk when writing out sh*tshow…So a thing I’ve learnt about how to deal with sh*tshows, is it’s better when you’ve dealt with that before, and I’m pretty good at dealing with sh*tshows. That’s a skill set.”You can read Pete Shapiro’s full interview with HeadCount communications director Aaron Ghitelman here.
Break Science began a four-night Colorado run at The Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins on Wednesday night, which witnessed the dynamic duo of Adam Deitch (drums) and Borahm Lee (keys/programming) dropping plenty of those New York hip-hop, electronic-inspired beats for the masses. The group debuted new material from their forthcoming, untitled album, including “Make A Move,” “Crazy Lately” (a track that features ProbCause), and “Android Love.” Each song bore witness to the undeniable synergy that the two musicians share both on the stage and in the studio.On this night, Break Science brought nothing but heat, delivering a non-stop party front to back, with a cover of Outkast‘s “Ms. Jackson” (Party Pupils/BrkSci live redux version), a tribute to George Michael with “Careless Whisper,” and the bust-out of the night, “Attack of the Breaking Biscuits.” Yes, that [Br]eaking [Bi]scuits….the collaboration between Deitch, Lee, and both Aron Magner and Marc Brownstein of The Disco Biscuits, which occurred back in October at Brooklyn Comes Alive. The unreleased track is produced by Deitch, and features the full quartet. The group also just announced an appearance at this year’s Electric Forest, during weekend one of the event.Break Science continued their run at Frisco’s Barkley Ballroom last night, and will play Ullrs Tavern in Winter Park tonight (2/17), followed by a performance at The Fox Theatre in Boulder on Saturday night. Deitch and Lee will perform at the second annual Fool’s Paradise in St. Augustine, FL (March 31st – April 1st) as Manic Science with fellow collaborator Manic Focus.Check out some videos from The Aggie show, below.
The Flaming Lips and Mac DeMarco are teaming up in the middle of September through the beginning of October for a number of co-headlined U.S. tour dates. The eight dates for the coheadlined fall tour run from September 17th, kicking things off in St. Paul, Minnesota, through to October 5th, ending in Phoenix, Arizona. During the two week period, the two acts will head east across the midwest, eventually hitting Niagara Falls, New York, before moving onto three Texas dates and then their final Phoenix performance.DeMarco’s shows are part of an extensive world tour in support of his new album This Old Dog, which included last weekend’s Coachella dates and that will continue through to the end of November, eventually ending the tour in Amsterdam. The Flaming Lips are also on tour in support of a new LP Oczy Mlody, though their tour will terminate with the shared dates with DeMarco. You can check out both acts’ touring schedules below, as well as listen to new singles off their latest projects below, with the Flaming Lips releasing “There Should Be Unicorns” in early March and DeMarco releasing “On The Level” last week.The Flaming Lips – “There Should Be Unicorns” Mac DeMarco – “On The Level”Mac DeMarco 2017 Tour Schedule:04-21 Indio, CA – Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival05-09 Burlington, VT – Higher Ground Burlington *05-10 Montreal, Quebec – Metropolis *05-11 Montreal, Quebec – Metropolis *05-12 Toronto, Ontario – Danforth Theater05-13 Toronto, Ontario – Danforth Theater *05-14 Royal Oak, MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre *05-15 Cleveland, OH – House of Blues *05-16 Chicago, IL – Vic Theatre *05-17 Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works *05-19-21 Gulf Shores, AL – Hangout Music Festival05-20 Atlanta, GA – The Tabernacle *05-21 Asheville, NC – Highland Brewing Company *05-22 Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Small’s Theater *05-23 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club *05-24 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club *05-26 Allston, MA – Boston Calling05-30 London, England – O2 Academy Brixton05-31 London, England – O2 Academy Brixton06-02 Barcelona, Spain – Primavera Sound06-04 New York, NY – Governor’s Ball at Randall’s Island Park08-05 Chicago, IL – Lollapalooza08-09 Copenhagen, Denmark – Den Graa Hal08-10 Oslo, Norway – Oya Festival08-11 Gothenburg, Sweden – Way Out West08-13 Prague, Czech Republic – Meet Factory08-14 Budapest, Hungary – Sziget Festival08-15 Vienna, Austria – Arena08-17 Hassel, Belgium – Pukkelpop Festival08-18 Biddinghuizen, Netherlands – Lowlands Festival08-20 Saint Malo, France – La Route du Rock08-23 Zurich, Switzerland – Zurich Open Air Festival08-24 Asolo, Italy – AMA Asolo08-27 Paris, France – Rock En Seine08-29 Newcastle, England – The Academy08-30 Edinburgh, Scotland – Usher Hall08-31-09-03 Salisbury, England – End of the Road Festival09-08 Berkeley, CA – Greek Theater09-09 Portland, OR – Oregon Zoo Amphitheatre09-10 Seattle, WA – Moore Theatre09-12 Vancouver, British Columbia – Vogue Theatre09-13 Vancouver, British Columbia – Vogue Theatre09-14 Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory09-15 Missoula, MT – Wilma Theatre09-17 St. Paul, MN – Myth Live Event Center &09-18 Milwaukee, WI – Eagles Ballroom Club Stage &09-19 Indianapolis, IN – Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park &09-20 Niagara Falls, NY – Rapids Theatre &09-25 Durham, NC – Carolina Theatre09-26 Athens, GA – Georgia theatre09-27 New Orleans, LA – Orpheum Theatre09-29 Houston, TX – Revention Music Center &09-30 Irving, TX – Pavilion at the Music Factory &10-01 Austin, TX – ACL Live at the Moody Theater &10-05 Phoenix, AZ – Comerica Theatre &11-07 Hamburg, Germany – Grunspan11-08 Berlin, Germany – Astra11-10 Cologne, Germany – Kantine11-11 Lille, France – Aeronef11-13 Nantes, France – Stereolux11-20 Nottingham, England – Rock City11-21 Liverpool, England – Liverpool University11-22 Dublin, Ireland – Vicar Street11-24 Glasgow, Scotland – Barrowland Ballroom11-25 Manchester, England – Manchester Academy11-29 Utrecht, Netherlands – Tivolivredenburg Ronda11-30 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso* with Tonstartssbandht& with The Flaming LipsThe Flaming Lips 2017 Tour Schedule:04-19 Grand Rapids, MI – 20 Monroe Live04-21 Madison, WI – The Orpheum Theater04-22 Des Moines, IA – Hoyt Sherman Place04-23 St. Louis, MO – The Pageant04-25 Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom05-07 San Diego, CA – The Observatory North Park05-09 Los Angeles, CA – The Theatre at Ace Hotel05-10 Oakland, CA – Fox Theater05-12 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater05-13 Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory05-15 Vancouver, British Columbia – Queen Elizabeth Theatre05-16 Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre06-03 Wichita, KS – Riverfest06-17 Chattanooga, TN – Riverbend Festival06-23 Pilton, England – Glastonbury Festival06-24 Hull, England – Zebedee’s Yard06-26 Norwich, England – The LCR06-27 Brighton, England – Brighton Dome Concert Hall06-30 Vilanova i la Geltrú, Spain – Vida Festival08-11 Newquay, England – Boardmasters Festival08-12 Birmingham, England – The Rainbow Open Air Arena08-13 Bristol, England – Colston Hall08-15 Glasgow, Scotland – Barrowlands08-16 Nottingham, England – Rock City08-18 Hasselt, Belgium – Pukkelpop09-10 Portmeirion, Wales – Festival No. 609-17 St. Paul, MN – Myth Live Event Center &09-18 Milwaukee, WI – Eagles Ballroom Club Stage &09-19 Indianapolis, IN – Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park &09-20 Niagara Falls, NY – Rapids Theatre &09-29 Houston, TX – Revention Music Center &09-30 Irving, TX – Pavilion at the Music Factory &10-01 Austin, TX – ACL Live at the Moody Theater &10-05 Phoenix, AZ – Comerica Theatre && with Mac DeMarco