Upcoming Live Performances on MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC with host JASON BENTLEY
Wednesday, April 27, Rolling Stone magazine ranked Richard Thompson one of the 20 best guitar players of all time –and he’s also one of Britain’s finest singer-songwriters. We’re thrilled to have him in studio for a live performance and interview on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Thursday, April 28, Indie rock trio Royal Bangs provide an explosive mix of relentless passion when they perform live on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Friday, April 29, Jessica Lea Mayfield knocked our socks off at KCRW’s SXSW showcase last month and we’re excited to feature a live performance with this talented new artist when she joins Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Monday, May 2, The Boxer Rebellion‘s songs are sweeping, epic, and totally unique – even cinematic. KCRW was the first to play their music in the U.S. and now they return to perform songs from their excellent new release on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Thursday, May 5, We’ll celebrate Cinco de Mayo in style with Nortec Collective’s Bostich & Fussible. They’ll meld traditional Mexican sounds with electronica on Morning Becomes Eclectico at 11:15am.
Fri, April 22, The Clift Sessions featuring fun. at The Redwood Room and Velvet Room in San Francisco.
KCRW PRESENTS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Fri, April 29, Sean Rowe at the Bootleg Theatre.
Fri, April 29, Jessica Lea Mayfield at the Troubadour.
Sat, April 30, The Boxer Rebellion at the Roxy.
Sun, May 1, Hauschka at the Masonic Lodge at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
Fri, May 6, Junip at the El Rey Theatre.
Fri, May 6, First Fridays at the Natural History Museum, featuring Crystal Stilts.
Sat, May 7, Fleet Foxes at the Hollywood Palladium.
Thurs, May 12, Femi Kuti and the Positive Force at the El Rey Theatre.
Fri, May 13, The Kills at the Music Box.
Sat, May 14, The Kills at the Fox Theatre in Pomona.
Sat, May 14, Peter, Bjorn and John at the El Rey Theatre.
Sat, May 14, Of Montreal at the Avalon.
Sat, May 21, Aloe Blacc at the Detroit Bar in Costa Mesa.
Sun, May 22, Aloe Blacc at the Music Box.
Mon, May 23, Yeasayer at the Music Box.
Fri, May 27, Dustin O’Halloran at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever.
Sat, May 28, Black Dub at the Music Box.
Tues, May 31, Lykke Li at the Wiltern.
Fri, June 3, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. at the Echo.
Tues, June 7, Anna Calvi at the Troubadour.
Fri, June 10, Friendly Fires at the Music Box.
Sat, June 11, Jenny & Johnny at the Music Box.
Mon, June 13, The Civil Wars at Largo at the Coronet.
Thurs, June 16, Youssou N’Dour with Angelique Kidjo at the Greek Theatre.
Sat, June 18, Brett Dennen at the Orpheum Theatre.
Wed, June 22, My Morning Jacket at the Pantages Theatre.
Sat, June 25, Tune-Yards at the Troubadour.
Sun, June 26, KCRW’s World Festival at the Hollywood Bowl: Big In Japan featuring Yellow Magic Orchestra, Cibo Matto, Towa Tei, Buffalo Daughter and Taiko Center of Los Angeles. At the Hollywood Bowl.
Wed, June 29, Sondre Lerche at the El Rey Theatre.
Sun, July 10, KCRW’s World Festival at the Hollywood Bowl: Journey to India featuring film composer A.R. Rahman and the Los Angeles Philharmonic with special guest Shreya Ghoshal.
Tues, July 10, The Moth at Busby’s East.
Sun, July 24, KCRW’s World Festival at the Hollywood Bowl: Global Soul featuring musical director Rickey Minor bringing together Stevie Wonder and friends, Janelle Monáe, Grace Potter, Rocky Dawuni, Ceci Bastida and Bombino—plus a tribute to Marvin Gaye’s classic recording What’s Going On.
Sun, July 31, KCRW’s World Festival at the Hollywood Bowl: Reggae Night X featuring Tuff Gong Worldwide & Ziggy Marley salute legends of reggae with special guests Toots Hibbert, Mighty Diamonds, Ras Michael.
Fri, August 12, Eels at the El Rey Theatre.
Tues, Aug 16, The Moth at El Cid.
Sun, August 28, KCRW’s World Festival at the Hollywood Bowl: Serge Gainsbourg Tribute with Jean Claude Vannier and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra; plus special guests Beck, Ed Droste (Grizzly Bear), Victoria Legrand (Beach House), Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl (The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger), China Forbes (Pink Martini), Mike Patton (Faith No More) and Nika Roza Danilova (Zola Jesus).
Sun, September 7, The Moth at Zanzibar.
Sun, September 11, KCRW’s World Festival at the Hollywood Bowl with The National, Neko Case and Sharon Van Etten.