“Tonight, the secret word is fun,” said Mayer Hawthorne at the start of his Live from the Artists Den taping at the Park Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles. He kept his word, mixing everything from doo-wop to hip-hop throughout his energetic set.
The Church of the Ascension in Manhattan was a breathtaking backdrop for Rufus Wainwright's episode of Live from the Artists Den, including an emotional tribute to his late mother, singer Kate McGarrigle, and an appearance by super-producer Mark Ronson.
The Wallflowers were back in full force for their taping of Live from the Artists Den at Bimbo’s 365 Club in San Francisco, blazing through songs from their new album, Glad All Over, and classics such as “One Headlight” and “6th Avenue Heartache."
To celebrate the release of Little Broken Hearts, Norah Jones taped an episode of Live from the Artists Den at Brooklyn’s historic Green Building. The former brass foundry provided a spectacular backdrop for a 20-song retrospective of Jones’s career.
Brooklyn resident Norah Jones didn’t have to travel far for her taping of Live from the Artists Den at the borough's Green Building. Watch the 9-time Grammy Award winner perform a career-spanning set at the former brass foundry.
Take a look back at some of this season's biggest highlights, including performances and interviews by Adele, Kid Rock, Death Cab for Cutie, Iron and Wine, The Fray and Amos Lee.
Dierks Bentley performs his free 'n easy brand of country for a lucky group of fans at the Ravenswood Billboard Factory Chicago.
The Black Crowes bring their classic rock sound to the Lyric Theatre in the picturesque town of Oxford, Mississippi.
Corinne Bailey Rae gives an intimate performance under the paper lanterns and vaulted ceilings of the Hiro Ballroom in New York City.
David Gray plays a secret show in New York City's Broad Street Ballroom, built as a banking hall in 1929 and today part of Claremont Preparatory School.
Tori Amos gives an intimate solo performance for 100 fans in the Veterans Room of New York Citys historic Park Avenue Armory.
The series spotlights a cutting-edge contemporary musician performing at an intimate, invitation-only concert, and includes artist interviews and insights about the unconventional venues chosen.
New York Citys Angel Orensanz Center hosted an intimate performance by multi-platinum rockers The Fray. The band played such hits as "Over My Head" alongside new material and their debut single Heartbeat from the forthcoming album "Scars and Stories."
The historic and recently restored Fox Tucson Theatre has become the cornerstone of continuing efforts to rejuvenate Downtown Tucson, and a go-to location for film and live events in the area, including this epic performance by Amos Lee.
Atlantas historic Buckhead Theatre hosted an unforgettable performance by Iron and Wine. The show was a homecoming for frontman Sam Beam, who grew up in the area, and the eleven-piece band delivered a marathon set for an invitation-only audience.
The fifth season of the innovative music series Live from the Artists Den features Norah Jones, The Wallflowers, Rufus Wainwright, and Mayer Hawthorne, shot in unique locations across the country.
A stripped-down live version of "Flightless Bird, American Mouth" by
Iron and Wine, which appears on the "Twilight: Breaking Dawn" soundtrack. The band performed as an 11-piece ensemble at its thrilling "Live from the Artists Den" taping in Atlanta.
Bonus interview clip from Kid Rock's performance at Elvis Presley's Automobile Museum at Graceland in Memphis, TN.
For a taping of Live from the Artists Den, Mayer Hawthorne blazed through two dozen songs in his updated classic soul style. Hawthorne and his band, The County, thrilled a crowd of 400 at the opulent Grand Ballroom of the Park Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles.
The Wallflowers filmed an episode of Live from the Artists Den at Bimbo’s 365 Club, a San Francisco institution for more than 80 years. Jakob Dylan led the band through a set of classic hits as well as new songs from their forthcoming album Glad All Over.
A rare snowy day in Nashville, Tennessee set the stage for an even rarer event – an intimate concert by rock icon Robert Plant at the War Memorial Auditorium.
Manhattan's Church of the Ascension was a breathtaking backdrop for Rufus Wainwright's taping for Live from the Artists Den. Resplendent in tails and gold sequined pants, Wainwright featured songs intimate and rousing from his new album, Out of the Game.
Amos Lee makes a triumphant return to Tucson with an epic performance at the historic Fox Theatre. In this video, the singer songwriter performs Windows Are Rolled Down off his new Mission Bell album.
The fourth season of the innovative music series Live from the Artists Den features a remarkable line-up of icons and emerging stars performing in unique and historic venues.
Graceland, Elvis' lavish Memphis home, is the rock n roll pilgrimage every music fan must take. The Graceland experience includes Elvis Presleys Automobile Museum, which provided the ideal site for an epic Kid Rock concert on a snowy winter night.