Upcoming Live Performances on MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC with host JASON BENTLEY
Monday, September 17, UK outfit Crazy P combine their love of house music and disco. Their latest release is among their best and we’re thrilled to welcome them to the studio for a live set on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Wednesday, September 19, Matisyahu is a rapper with higher calling. His songs reflect his Jewish faith but have universal themes. He’ll share his unique perspective when he performs on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Friday, September 21, Gary Calamar catches up with Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy to see what we can look forward to when they return to Los Angeles for a show at the Hollywood Bowl. We’ll hear all about it on Morning Becomes Eclectic in the 10 o’clock hour.
Monday, September 24, Dance music duo Orbital is one of techno’s most celebrated and accomplished partnerships. They pack a punch and we’ll hear songs from their new album “Wonky” when these Brits invade KCRW studios on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Tuesday, September 25, Regina Spektor performed an emotional set of songs from her new album in front of a loving live audience at Apogee’s Berkeley St. Studios. We’ll bring you that intimate session, plus an interview hosted by DJ Anne Litt, on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Thursday, September 27, A soulful singer with a positive message, Citizen Cope returns to spread the love and share new songs on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Wed, September 19, Band of Skulls at the Fonda
Fri, September 21, Church Sessions with Zee Avi at the First Unitarian Church
Sat, September 22, Delta Rae at the El Rey Theatre
Sat, September 22, Tar Fest a free concert with art installations, live painting, food trucks, biergarten and live performances by Blondfire, Helena, The Makepeace Brothers, Steelwells, So Many Wizards and Soft Swells at the La Brea Tar Pits
Sun, September 23, KCRW’s World Festival with Animal Collective and Tuvan throat singers Huun Huur Tu and Flying Lotus at the Hollywood Bowl hosted by Valida
Tues, September 25, BEACH HOUSE at THE WILTERN
Thurs, September 27, Conor Oberst at Royce Hall
Sat, September 29, Alt-J at the Bootleg Theatre
Sun, September 30, The Miguel Atwood – Ferguson Ensemble with special guests Mayer Hawthorne, Coco O. of Quadron, Bilal and more celebrating the music of Etta James, James Brown, Curtis Mayfield at The Mayan
Sun, September 30, Kimbra at the Ventura Theatre
Sun, September 30, Elvis Costello at The Granada Theatre in Santa Barbara
Tues, October 2, Cate Le Bon at the Bootleg Theater
Wed, October 3, A benefit show for Mayla with performances by Father John Misty, Becky Stark and Inara George at the Bootleg
Wed, October 3, Conor Oberst at The Fox Theater
Wed, October 3, Kimbra at the Fonda
Thurs, October 4, Kimbra at the Fonda
Thurs, October 4-Sun, October 7, KCRW presents FILTER MAGAZINE’S CULTURE COLLIDE—with performances from of Montreal (US), The Wombats (UK), The Big Pink (UK), Zola Jesus (US), Niki And The Dove (Sweden), Patrick Wolf (unplugged) (UK), John Talabot (live) (Spain), Dean Wareham Plays Galaxie 500 (US), Diiv (US), Unknown Mortal Orchestra (NZ/USA), Icona Pop (Sweden), Penguin Prison (US), Bonde do Role (Brasil) , Admiral Fallow (Scotland), Laetitia Sadier (France), Class Actress (US), Breakestra (US), Mr Little Jeans (Norway), Tribes (United Kingdom), Gold Fields (Australia), Blood Red Shoes (UK), Morning Parade (UK), Ewert and the Two Dragons (Estonia), American Royalty (US), Voxhaul Broadcast (US), Chancellor Warhol (US), Annie Stela (US), Huddle (Canada), Go Back to the Zoo (Netherlands), Half Moon Run (Canada), Boxeur The Coeur (Italy), The Lighthouse and the Whaler (US), The Balconies (Canada), League (Portugal), Vicente Gayo (Mexico), terminal (Denmark) and Optic Yellow Felt (Brasil) and more at VARIOUS VENUES ACROSS L.A.
Fri, October 5, The Head and the Heart at the Wiltern
Fri, October 5, Dr. Dog at the Ford Amphitheatre
Fri, October 5, Ariel Pink at the Fonda
Sun, October 7, Dr. Dog at Pappy and Harriet’s in Pioneertown
Mon, October 8, The Raveonettes at the El Rey Theatre
Tues, October 9, Rufus Wainwright at Campbell Hall at UC Santa Barbara
Tues, October 9, Michael Kiwanuka at The Ford Amphitheater
Wed, October 10, Grizzly Bear at the Greek Theater
Thurs, October 11 through Sat, October 13, The Ooh La L.A. Festival at The El Rey Theatre, The Satellite and Club Nokia
Sat, October 13, Fink at the Bootleg Theatre
Sat, October 13, An Evening with David Byrne and St. Vincent at the Greek Theatre
Tues, October 16, First Aid Kit at the Fonda
Wed, October 17, Bombay Bicycle Club at the Fonda
Thurs October 18, Stars at the Mayan
Fri, October 19, Paul Weller with Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings at the Greek Theatre
Sun, October 21, Nick Waterhouse & Allah-Las at the El Rey Theatre
Sun, October 21, M. Ward at the Orpheum
Fri,October 26, Matthew Dear with live band at the El Rey Theatre
Fri, October 26, Church Sessions with Lost in the Trees at the First Unitarian Church
Fri, October 26, Gilberto Gil at Campbell Hall at UC Santa Barbara
Tues, October 30, MIIKE SNOW at the Hollywood Palladium.
Sat, November 3, Other Lives at the El Rey on Sat, November 3, 2012
Mon, November 5, Leonard Cohen at the Nokia Theatre
Thurs, November 8, Cat Power at the Hollywood Palladium
Thurs, November 8, Japandroids at the Fonda
Fri, November 9, The Afghan Whigs at the Fonda
Wed November 14, Ben Gibbard at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre
Fri, November 16, Tame Impala at the El Rey Theatre
Sat, November 17, Tame Impala at the Fonda
Fri, October 12, The Ooh La L.A. Festival with Tomorrow’s World, Housse De Racket, Citizens! and Lescop at The Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco
Wed, October 17, First Aid Kit at The Fillmore in San Francisco
Fri, October 19, Bombay Bicycle Club at The Fillmore in San Francisco
Sat, November 17, Lianne La Havas at Rickshaw Stop