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Posted by on Mar 29, 2020

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Miss live music? Us too. Luckily, the music hasn’t stopped completely with many musicians taking to social media to livestream performances while passing around virtual tip jars (via venmo or paypal) and/or supporting local charities.

This is curated for our KUTX listeners and will be updated daily, until no longer needed.


Need a live music fix now? Revisit performance gems from our Studio 1A archives at LiveSessions.NPR.org/Austin.

Thursday, January 21

Jeron Paxton
6:30p on the Lincoln Center website

Los Angeles native Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton has an instinctive approach to blues music that reaches far beyond his years. And it doesn’t stop at the blues; ragtime, hokum, French reels, Appalachian mountain music, many old-time traditions and more are all a part of his vast range. Experience it for yourself when Paxton performs on the livestream Live From Dizzy’s Club: Blues and Black Folk Music.

Stream here.

David Ramirez
7p on Facebook

Following a series of sold-out socially-distanced sets at the White HorseDavid Ramirez is ready to take the spotlight on the next Jack Daniel’s Lone Star Sessions livestream performance. Lone Star Sessions, streaming live from the stage at 3Ten ACL Live, benefits the nonprofit Sweet Relief Texas Music Artists Fund, supporting musicians and music industry professionals.

Stream here.

John Doe
8p at the Cactus Cafe

Punk legend and Austin local John Doe will be concluding his livestream series with a special show broadcasted from The Cactus Cafe. The set will be all fan requests, which can be made on Instagram.

Purchase tickets here.

Arlo Parks
8p on DICE

Celebrating the release of her long awaited debut album Collapsed In Sunbeams, Arlo Parks takes a deep dive, track by track, in to her debut release, one of the most anticipated releases of 2021. This is an exclusive opportunity for fans to hear songs from the album, ahead of its 29th January release on Transgressive Records.

Purchase tickets here.

Phoebe Bridgers
8p on Bandsintown Plus

Phoebe Bridgers’s second album Punisher established the indie singer-songwriter as a force that will stay at the forefront of the alternative music scene for a long time. She is performing live online as part of the inaugural Bandsintown Plus showcase.

More info here.

Friday, January 22

Adrianne Lenker
8p on Bandsintown Plus

As part of the first month of Bandsintown Plus, a new subscription-based streaming platform designed to help out artists at this time, Adrianne Lenker of Big Thief will be performing a special solo set. Her LP ‘songs’ and ‘instrumentals’ is out now.

More info here.

Saturday, January 23

Jeff Tweedy
8p on Bandsintown Plus

Performing for the new Bandsintown Plus, Jeff Tweedy of Wilco will play a set backed by a full band, including his son Spencer Tweedy on drums. Love is the King is out now.

More info here.

For more livestream listings, check out Austin 360.