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Check out recent live studio sessions along with remote concerts. Can't find what you're looking for? View the complete archives.

Brandi Carlile - FUV Live at Electric Lady Studios - 2015

by Rita Houston

"The sixth one is the charm," Brandi Carlile said to me of her new album, The Firewatcher's Daughter, and her biggest seller to date. It's her first on on independent label and clearly the one she feels best represents her broad style and rock and roll spirit. Her songs have always struck me as among the most honest, emotional and passionate out there.

Emmy The Great - FUV Live - 2015

by Kara Manning
Singer and songwriter Emma-Lee Moss, who records as Emmy the Great, has been nomadic of late, drifting between her longtime home base of London, her native Hong Kong, Brooklyn, Los Angeles and other locales. That peripatetic spirit has informed the new songs for her forthcoming third album, still untitled and due out late this year or early in 2016, and her new EP, out now on Bella Union, called S
 

Houndmouth - FUV Live at Hill Country Live - 2015

by Carmel Holt

This rootsy indie rock band from New Albany, Indiana won us over a couple years ago with their four-part harmonies and wonderful story-songs on their debut, From The Hills Below The City. So we were thrilled to bring Houndmouth back once again to Hill Country Live, just as they were about to release their sophomore effort, Little Neon Limelight – an album that they joke almost got the title Super Thriller (yes, as in, Michael Jackson’s Thriller). Listen in as Matt Myers, Shane Cody, Katie Toupin, and Zak Appleby showcase their fantastic new collection of songs, their voices, and their sense of humor, with this high energy, live set.

Ewert & The Two Dragons - FUV Live - 2015

by Alisa Ali

Last month the Estonian rock band Ewert & The Two Dragons released its much-anticipated third album, Circles. Thematically, the album is about going through changes, and the band fittingly decided to change its recording process to capture that theme. Immediately after finishing an extensive tour, the band recorded the new album on the West Coast of the U.S. in a few short weeks instead of recording in Estonia where previous records were made. The result is a collection of focused and well-crafted songs with a quiet intensity.

Richard Shindell and Lucy Kaplansky - Sunday Breakfast - 2015

by John Platt
Jeremy Rainer

Richard Shindell and Lucy Kaplansky have been pals for at least 25 years. They've sung harmony on each others' records, and they've toured together (with Dar Williams)  as Cry Cry Cry. Now they've teamed up as the Pine Hill Project to record a CD of their favorite, sometimes obscure cover songs, titled Tomorrow You're Going, produced by Larry Campbell.