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FUV Vault

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

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart - FUV Live - 2014

by Alisa Ali

Part of the shoegaze revival of the 21st century, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart is led by singer and guitarist Kip Berman. On their new album, Days of Abandon, the band uses fewer electric guitars and focuses on a more acoustic approach. For this FUV Live session, the band performs a couple of their new songs live in Studio A and I talk with the ever so delightful Kip Berman about the new album and his thoughts on music in general.  We’ll hear that conversation and performance during this Alternate Side in Session.

 

Trigger Hippy - FUV Live - 2014

by Eric Holland

Founded by Black Crowes drummer, Steve Gorman, Trigger Hippy is a soul-infused rock band that features multi-platinum recording artist Joan Osborne, along with musicians Jackie Greene, Tom Bukovac, and Nick Govrik. Ahead of the September release date for their self-titled full length debut, Trigger Hippy stopped by Studio A to share some of their new songs and talk about the new record. We'll get the low down on how this band first came together and how this music will impact the musicians individually through their own solo careers.  We’ll hear that conversation and performance on this episode of FUV Live.

 

Kris Delmhorst - Sunday Breakfast - 2014

by John Platt
Jeremy Rainer

Kris Delmhorst is a Brooklyn-born, Massachusetts-based singer-songwriter who has been raising her daughter with her husband, fellow folkie Jeffrey Foucault. She returned to NYC to record her first album in six years, Blood Test, and then came back to WFUV to play some songs from it and tell us how motherhood has affected her life and her art.

Jamestown Revival - FUV Live - 2014

by Carmel Holt

Childhood friends Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance have always shared a deep love of music, but it wasn't until they were in their 20s that they decided to really make a go of it. They left their small town on Magnolia, Texas and headed out to Austin where they settled down to focus on the craft of songwriting. A trip to the mountains of Utah also played a big part in inspiring the songs on their aptly titled full-length debut, Utah. We’ll hear the beautiful folk harmonies of Jamestown Revival as they perform live in Studio A and I'll talk to the band about their musical journey during this episode of FUV Live.