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At home with Brandi Carlile, Rhiannon Giddens, Citizen Cope, Michael Franti and the Tweedy family

At home with Brandi Carlile, Rhiannon Giddens, Citizen Cope, Michael Franti and the Tweedy family


We miss live music, and artists are stuck at home like we are. Thank goodness for the internet to build a bridge between us. Look for fundraising links and merchandise sale pages to support the folks you love. [All times listed ET]

Scheduled Shows

  • 1/19 - Sunflower Bean perform on Dr. Martens' Instagram, 4pm
  • 1/20 - Walter Parks, live from Tarrytown Music Hall, 7pm ($ donations suggested)
  • 1/20 - Rhett Miller, livestream West Coast Wednesday, 11pm ($ pay what you can)
  • 1/21 - Phoebe Bridgers livestream via Bandsintown subscription service. 9pm ($)
  • 1/21 - Arlo Parks live from Rough Trade, 8pm ($)
  • 1/21 - Erin McKeown, Signature Sounds home sessions, 8pm ($)
  • 1/21 - John Doe, live from Austin's Cactus Cafe, all-request show, 9pm ($)
  • 1/21 - Rosehardt, Sessions that Never Sleep from NYC's The Sultan Room, benefits Sweet Relief Musicians fund.
  • 1/21 - Spin Doctors' Chris Barron, Thirsty Thursday Happy Hour, 4:30pm ($ pay what you can)
  • 1/22 - Adrienne Lenker livestream via Bandsintown subscription service. 9pm ($)
  • 1/23 - "Please Call Home: The Big House Years," an Allman Brothers documentary, screening and a Q&A with director Kirk West,  6pm ($)
  • 1/23 - Juliana Hatfield, solo acoustic performance of the Bed album in its entirety from Q Division Studios, 4pm
  • 1/23 - The Hives, World Wide Wed Tour, tonight's show is for New York (one of six for various cities' time zones), 7pm ($)
  • 1/23-4, 2/6-7, 2/20-21 Crooked Fingers' Eric Bachmann, Zoom solo show, various times ($)
  • 1/24, 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/21 - Steve Wynn with Linda Pitman, The Impossible Tour, for two cities a night on two continents, 5pm (and 8pm) ($ pay what you can)
  • 1/27 - Goat Girl, concert from London's Rough Trade East, 8pm ($)
  • 1/28-29 - Music Feeds At-Home Festival to fight poverty, lineup includes Sam Smith, Fontaines D.C., Joseph Arthur, Fenne Lily, Jesse Malin, Adam Durwitz. 3pm ($)
  • 1/29 - Vagabon, show livestream, 9pm ($)
  • 1/29, 1/30 - Ann Arbor Folk Festival, at home edition featuring Raul Malo, The War and Treaty, Alan Doyle, Colin Hay, Robert Earl Keen, Dar Williams and more. 7pm ($)
  • 1/29 - Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, record release show for New Fragility, 8pm ($)
  • 1/30 - SF Sketchfest Festpocalypse with The Kids in the Hall, Bob Odenkirk and David Cross, The Black Version, Weird "Al" Yankovic, Eddie Izzard,  and more. 8pm ($)
  • 1/30 - Cage the Elephant, Bread and Roses Winter Benefit from Nashville's Blackbird Studio, 8pm ($)
  • 2/11 - The Weather Station, livestream performance of new album, Ignorance, 9pm ($)
  • 2/12 - Judy Collins, a return to her legendary 1964 concert, at Town Hall, with music by Bob Dylan, Tom Paxton, Billy Ed Wheeler and more. 8pm ($)
  • 2/13 - Food for Love benefit concert with David Byrne, Kurt Vile, The Chicks, Alejandro Escovedo, Shawn Colvin, Lyle Lovett, and many more, benefitting New Mexico Association for Food Banks. Time tbd ($ donation suggested)
  • 2/13 - Mogwai, record release stream for As the Love Continues, filmed at Tramway Theatre in Glasgow, 3pm and 9pm ($)
  • 2/14-17, Todd Rundgren, Clearly Human virtual tour, playing that 1989 album in its entirety for residents of Buffalo (2/14), Albany (2/15) and NYC (2/17), plus Todd classics. 8pm ($)
  • 2/17 - 34th Annual Tibet House Benefit, virtual concert with Eddie Vedder, Brittany Howard, Phoebe Bridgers, Valerie June, Laurie Anderson and more. 8pm ($)
  • 2/17 - Overcoats, Sessions that Never Sleep from NYC's The Sultan Room, benefits Sweet Relief Musicians fund.
  • 2/18, 3/18, 4/15 - Lord Huron, new streaming series, "intimate performances of old favorites, deep cuts, and new twists on long lost classics." 8pm ($)
  • 3/6 - Black Country, New Road, album release performance at London's Queen Elizabeth Hall at Southbank Centre, 10am ($)
  • 3/13 - The Wedding Present, full band show streaming from Brighton, England. 3pm ($)
  • 3/17 - Abir, Sessions that Never Sleep from NYC's The Sultan Room, benefits Sweet Relief Musicians fund.
  • 4/14 - Rue Brown, Sessions that Never Sleep from NYC's The Sultan Room, benefits Sweet Relief Musicians fund.
  • 4/18, 4/25, 5/5, 5/9 - Björk with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra, livestream of Orkestral concerts from Reykjavík's Harpa in association with Iceland Airwaves, raising money for domestic women’s charities worldwide. The performances will act as a celebration of the Icelandic musicians that Björk has worked with over the years, with each concert finding the artist collaborating with over 100 Icelandic musicians, across three groups that have played a part within the creation of her discography. Each concert will have different songs, Björk’s instrumental arrangements played by members of the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra, flute septet Viibra, Hamrahlíð Choir, and special guests without electronics or beats. The concerts will also be raising money and awareness for Kvennaathvarfið – a charity that supports women and immigrants of different origin within Iceland. 10pm ($)

Livestream Series: Artists

  • The Tweedy Show: Nightly variety show with Jeff Tweedy and his sons Spencer and Sammy, run by Jeff's wife Susie. Chat, songs and genuine moments. 10:30pm on Instagram
  • Belle and Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch: weekly meditation series via Facebook, Thursdays at 9:30am.
  • Rufus Wainwright, "Rufus-Retro-Wainwright-Spective," through January, February and March. Varied schedule. ($)
  • Kevin Morby album performance series via Noonchorus, Thursdays in September and October $
  • Norah Jones does Facebook performances and mini-concerts on her "All a Dream" YouTube Channel with a mix of old and new songs
  • The Mavericks' Raul Malo Instagram features live performances from home
  • Low Cut Connie - online shows for Patreon supporters
  • Rufus Wainwright - Daily Instagram series of live songs in his bathrobe
  • Neil Finn live audio streams on Mixlr, when he can
  • Grace Potter Monday Night Twilight weekly livestream series on YouTube and Facebook at 9pm
  • Brian Fallon's 'Sittin' Round at Home' series on Instagram, interviewing other songwriters
  • Lukas Nelson brings the jams to Instagram live on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
  • The Kennedys take real-time requests and do theme shows from home, Sundays at 2pm
  • Erin McKeown has revived her Cabin Fever performances, live on Facebook, YouTube and Instagram
  • David Wax Museum has a weekday Instagram Live chat/session at 1pm with guest musicians
  • Amanda Shires has an "I So Lounging" YouTube series of live music most days at 6pm on her YouTube channel
  • Todd Snider “What It Is - Purple Building” Livestreams are Sundays at noon

Livestream Series: Music and More

  • Night In with Tarrytown Music Hall - tune in for livestream concerts and enjoy takeout from Music Hall dining partners: support live music and the restaurants you love until we can gather again
  • NJPAC in Your Living Room - presenting online live music and dance performances, weekly DJ dance parties, arts workshops and NJPAC Backstage celebrity interviews, plus events for kids and videos from their archives
  • Lincoln Center at Home: Dance Break, one minute videos that teach you how to dance.
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center: Swing University, engaging virtual classes for jazz fans, enthusiasts and students of all backgrounds and levels. Fall virtual term now through December 29 ($)
  • Lincoln Center Virtual Pop-Up Classroom:  Led by some of the world’s best artists and educators, each creative learning activity utilizes simple materials found at home to help families with children explore a variety of art forms from music composition to paper sculpture to making up new dances,
  • Guitar Mash Virtual Campfires: Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5pm, artist alumni play on Instagram and invite you to sing and play along; warm-up video tutorials and charts are posted here; see below for guest schedule
  • Girls with Guitars - Mondays at 8pm ET on Instagram, curated by H.E.R.
  • Levi’s brings you "live performances from some of your favorite artists” every weekday on Instagram
  • The Rock and Roll Playhouse presents 60-minute family concerts for children to explore live music, movement, and collaborative creativity. The formerly live series (from Brooklyn Bowl, The Capitol Theatre & Garcia's nearby) does livestream shows at 3pm on Facebook
  • The "Shut In & Sing" series offers a schedule of Americana and folk artists in concert online, like Amy Ray, Keb' Mo', and Lucy Wainwright Roche
  • Summerstage Anywhere Series from the Capital One City Parks Foundation, Fridays at 7pm
  • Joe's Pub Live! From the Archives - Two or three nights a week at 8pm, check back on performance date for streaming link.
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center - All new programs are online every day
  • The Guggenheim's Works & Process Virtual Commissions, set up to to financially support artists and nurture their creative process during these challenging times, are new musical works premiering on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube (@worksandprocess) every Sunday and Monday at 7:30pm
  • Rough Trade hosts "Rough Trade Transmissions" on Instagram TV every day at 1pm; archived performances include Ásgeir, Brian Fallon, Margaret Glaspy and more

Live Music Archives

  • Of course the FUV Live Vault is always here for you, with thousands of performances from our own Studio A
  • NPR Music's Tiny Desk Home Concerts: Shows from home, including Jon Batiste, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Margo Price, "Tank" Ball, Soccer Mommy, plus Michael McDonald doing Doobie Brothers classics
  • Newport Folk Festival has archived sets of many artists on NPR Music
  • Radiohead’s YouTube channel is releasing live shows from the Radiohead Public Library weekly, Thursdays at 5pm
  • The National video series ‘An Exciting Communal Event’ - Monday evenings at 5pm, streaming from the band's vault including classic live sets and rare footage
  • Neil Young's Fireside Sessions are just part of his giant archive
  • Dave Matthews Band's DMB Drive-In series Wednesdays at 8pm is full shows from the band's archives; the band spotlights a charity each week
  • The Grateful Dead: Weekly “Shakedown Stream” of classic live performances on their YouTube channel; each one kicks off with a live pre-show with members of the Dead community
  • "Weir Wednesday" - Full Bob Weir and Wolf Bros shows streamed for free on Facebook and at; Weir is encouraging all who can to donate to MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund
  • The Rolling Stones: Extra Licks - showcasing rare tour videos
  • Tedeschi Trucks Band puts out full shows on Facebook, YouTube and every Thursday at 8pm via Swamp Family TV
  • Pink Floyd Evolving Playlist, "Syd, Roger, Richard, Nick and David" features rare, unreleased tracks added daily
  • A Concert A Day is available daily at 4pm on the GRAMMYs Facebook page (think: Jeff Tweedy, Heartless Bastards) as Pickathon premieres 60 concerts in 60 days; viewer donations go to the Recording Academy's MusiCares initiative
  • Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Schedule Weekly “Rad Night in America” webcast showcasing “hand-picked full shows from the band” on
  • Phish are revisiting past shows every Tuesday night via their "Dinner and a Movie: An Archival Video Series"


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Also fun: Drive-in Theaters in the NYC area