Brandi Carlile, “Dreams”
Brandi and her longtime band of twins (plus cellist) wow a lucky audience of Marquee members. Brandi made one of her first radio appearances at WFUV, back in 2005.
Josh Ritter, “Change Of Time”
A stripped down, solo version of a beautiful song.
A full band performance of this up-and-coming British band.
Keane, “Is It Any Wonder?”
From the British hitmakers with the big voice.
Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, “Give It Back”
New York's own! A tight band with cool background vocals.
L.A. rock band with influences from around the whole wide world. Great, full band performance.
Corinne Bailey Rae, “Closer”
A rare acoustic performance. Very soulful.
Citizen Cope, “Healing Hands”
Trio version, listen to the amazing rhythm section.
Janis Ian, “At Seventeen”
A timeless classic.
Cory Chisel, “See It My Way”
From Cory's first appearance at WFUV. The song is from his debut EP.
Rosanne Cash, “Long Black Veil”
Rosanne accompanied by husband John Leventhal on an Americana gem.
Mumford & Sons, “White Blank Page”
Rootsy Brits from their American radio debut performance.
April Smith & The Great Picture Show, “Wow And Flutter”
This local artist is a twentysomething who loves Rich Conaty's Sunday night big band show.
Raul Malo, “Around The World”
Raul's distinctive vocals on a tune Nat King Cole made famous.
Norah Jones, “Young Blood”
Norah, with full band, deliver a lyrically rich tune - a favorite from the latest album.
Yeasayer, “Madder Red”
A big song from The Alternate Side, from Brooklyn's own.
One EskimO, “UFO”
This imaginative British band proves they can pull it off live.
Jonsi, “Boy Lilikoi”
The Icelandic lead singer of Sigur Ros makes a rare solo acoustic appearance.
Laura Marling, “Rambling Man”
Old-school folk-sound from a young U.K. rising star.
Charlotte Gainsbourg, “Trick Pony”
Serge's daughter, sans Beck, with a full band.
The Heavy, “How You Like Me Now?”
Saved the best for last! Some British dirty soul. The song so famously used in a car commercial.