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New, far-reaching music experience! This special concert is a showcase of new works developed by 40 artists from around the world during a full week of collaborative work at the Toronto Creative Music Lab. If you missed the live stream broadcast, there’s still time to watch a video recording of the concert. Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button located on the media player below.
The acoustics aren’t great at Grand Central Station, but any chance to see Paul McCartney is great, and this performance (he refers to it as “a special little gig”) will take you back and forward with music of the Beatles mixed with songs from his new album Egypt Station. If you missed Paul McCartney’s concert at Grand Central Station New York, there’s still time to watch the video. Just click/tap the play button in the center of the media player below ↓ and start dancing. Then, cry along with “Let It Be” and rejoice in a beautiful finale. McCartney is on tour this year — check it out HERE
Zola’s favorite from McCartney’s new Egypt Station album…”Fuh You”
2018 marked the 25th anniversary of what has become an annual end-of-summer tradition for music lovers of all ages — Guitar Under the Stars, a large-scale outdoor concert that combines the bold, original compositions of acclaimed guitarist Daniel Salazar with an ensemble of international musicians. If you missed the live broadcast, just click/tap the “Watch Again” button on the media player below to enjoy the video.
Music City Roots on the Road is a showcase of Nashville’s current music scene, from country and Americana to unique and progressive interpreters of tradition. FREE To WATCH
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