Coffee House Live

Discussion in 'Decades, Pop, Rock' started by SIRIUSaboutXM, Apr 15, 2011.

  1. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    Coffee House Live with Colin Hay
    Thurs 4/21 12:00 pm ET
    This week, hear Colin Hay perform songs from his new album, Gathering Mercury. Colin’s career and musical impact has spanned nearly three decades, beginning with the internationally acclaimed Men at Work, who disbanded in 1986 (but started touring again in 1996). His solo career followed to great success, releasing 10 studio albums to date. He’s also guest starred on numerous television shows, including The Larry Sanders Show, as well as Scrubs, for which he sings the theme song. (20 min) > Rebroadcast: Fri 4/22 12:00 am ET
     
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  2. HecticArt

    HecticArt Administrator

    His cameo on Scrubs was excellent.
     
  3. Chrissyb

    Chrissyb Active Member

    I was thinking the same thing!
     
  4. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    Coffee House Live with Lee Coulter
    Thurs 4/28 12:00 pm ET
    The Coffee House presents Coffee House Live! This week, hear Lee Coulter perform songs from his self titled debut album. Lee is originally from Australia and grew up in a musical household, with a mother who played guitar and a dad who taught him the power of words. Both introduced him to artists like The Beatles, Beach Boys, Michael Jackson, Hank Williams and many more. Thanks to those influences, his self titled debut album has a sound compared by some to Coffee House regulars G. Love, Jason Mraz and Jack Johnson. Lee has three motivators within his music; to make people feel good, to prove that anyone can make music and to inspire people, so join us and hear the message of another next generation singer-songwriter, on the Coffee House Live! (20 min) > Rebroadcast: Fri 4/29 12:00 am ET
     
  5. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    Coffee House Live with Edie Brickell
    Thurs 5/5 12:00 pm ET
    This week, hear an encore performance of Edie Brickell playing songs off her two newest works, her self-titled album and The Gaddabouts. Edie attended Southern Methodist University for a year and a half until 1985, when one night in a bar she went on stage with a local folk rock group, the New Bohemians, which she eventually joined. After having success with the New Bohemians, Edie then tasted success with her solo work, as well as with covers of Bob Dylan’s "A Hard Rains a-Gonna Fall" and Lou Reed’s "Walk on the Wild Side." She also happens to be married to Paul Simon, whom she met while performing on "Saturday Night Live." Hear the sound of more than 25 years at work when Edie Brickell performs on The Coffee House. (20 min) > Rebroadcast: Fri 5/6 12:00 am ET
     
  6. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    Never heard of this band- could be interesting

    Coffee House Live with Bell X1
    Thurs 6/23 12:00 pm ET
    This week, hear Bell X1 perform songs from their fifth studio album, Bloodless Coup. Bell X1 gained success in the U.S. after the song "Eve, The Apple of My Eye," was featured during an infamous kiss scene on an episode of The O.C. Now they’re now considered one of the most popular Irish bands in the world, sharing the spotlight with other homeland performers like U2, with whom they have toured. Having been compared to Coldplay, Radiohead and Keane, join us and hear what all the Bell X1 buzz is about. (20 min) > Rebroadcast: Fri 6/24 12:00 am ET
     
  7. HecticArt

    HecticArt Administrator

    Bell X1 had a track that sounded like the Talking Heads a year it two ago. Can't remember the name of it, but it was pretty decent.
     
  8. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    Coffee House Live with O.A.R.
    Thurs 8/18 12:00 pm ET
    Hear O.A.R. perform songs from their new album, King. O.A.R., short for Of a Revolution, was formed in 1996 by four high school friends from Rockville, MD. They followed one another to Ohio State University and gained popularity as a local student act. Now, they’ve lent their talents to everything from the soundtrack to Twilight, to karaoke video games and the theme of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. (20 min) > Rebroadcast: Fri 8/19 12:00 am ET

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  9. MadisonRadio1

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    I heard a nice acoustic version of "Jump" on coffee covers today.
     
  10. MadisonRadio1

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    I think I heard Colbie Caillat will be live on Thur 8/11
     
  11. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    Indigo Girls Album Preview: Beauty Queen Sister
    Fri 9/23 7:00 pm ET
    Grammy–winning singer-songwriters the Indigo Girls exclusively preview their 14th studio album, Beauty Queen Sister, track by track on The Coffee House before its release on October 4. The girls share their unique personal insight into each song, the songwriting and recording process, and identify their personal favorites. > Rebroadcast: Sat 9/24 12:00 pm ET; Sat 9/24 8:00 pm ET; Sun 9/25 10:00 am ET; Sun 9/25 4:00 pm ET

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  12. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    Lee Coulter
    Today 12:00 pm ET
    Hear an encore of Lee Coulter playing selections from his self-titled debut album! Raised in Australia, Lee grew up influenced by his parents’ taste in music, with The Beatles and Michael Jackson playing around the house, and was particularly inspired by Simon and Garfunkel. Lee decided in high school to start audio recording for other artists, teaching himself how to program on his computer with virtually no experience. A few years later, he began to write and perform his own songs, playing a number of shows around the country, primarily near his home in Southern California. Lee says his ultimate goals in music are simple: to make people feel good, and to impress his wife. (20 min) > Rebroadcast: Tomorrow 12:00 am ET

    Keb Mo
    Thurs 10/6 12:00 pm ET
    Music veteran and three-time Grammy-winner Keb Mo stops by to play songs off his first studio album in more than five years, The Reflection. Keb taught himself guitar as a teen, then went on to play the steel drums and bass, influenced by the blues and gospel music of the early '70s. At 21, he was featured in an R&B group, until he finally released his debut album by 1980. Sixteen years later, he won his first Grammy after recording an album alongside both Jackson Browne and Bonnie Raitt. His newest album took more than two years to record and includes collaborations with India Arie and Dave Koz. (20 min) > Rebroadcast: Fri 10/7 12:00 am ET

    Liz Longley
    Thurs 10/13 12:00 pm ET
    We welcome folk singer Liz Longley, a recent Berklee College of Music graduate who has opened for notable musicians including Amos Lee and Paula Cole. When she was only 16, as a birthday present from her parents, Liz recorded at a local studio, which earned the attention of Grammy Award-winning producers. She went on to pursue her education, and soon won first prize in the BMI John Lennon Scholarship competition out of more than 9,000 entries. John Mayer has even called her music “just gorgeous.†(20 min) > Rebroadcast: Fri 10/14 12:00 am ET
     
  13. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    Coffee House Live with Colbie Caillat
    Thurs 12/1 12:00 pm ET
    Hear Colbie Caillat perform her new album All of You, which includes songs written by One Republic frontman Ryan Tedder. The daughter of a famous producer, who worked with bands that include Fleetwood Mac, Colbie became interested in playing the guitar and song writing, prompting her to audition for American Idol – which she says, didn’t go well. Rather than accepting rejection, Colbie went on to write songs that became popular overnight -- and since then, has earned her several Grammy awards for her work with artists like Jason Mraz and Taylor Swift, as well as being nominated for her 2009 solo album, Breakthrough. Since then, she has been performing all over the world, including the National Anthem at the World Series and most recently won the 2011 BMI Songwriter of the Year award! (20 min)
    Rebroadcast: Fri 12/2 12:00 am ET
     
  14. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    Liz Longley
    Thurs 12/15 12:00 pm & midnight ET
    We welcome folk singer Liz Longley, a recent Berklee College of Music graduate who has opened for the likes of Amos Lee and Paula Cole. When she was only 16, as a birthday present from her parents, Liz recorded at a local studio, which earned the attention of Grammy Award-winning producers. She went on to pursue her education, and shortly thereafter, won first prize in the BMI John Lennon Scholarship competition out of more than 9,000 entries. (20 min)

    Ryan Adams
    Thurs 12/22 12:00 pm & midnight ET
    Hear Ryan Adams perform songs from his latest album, Ashes & Fire. Ryan was originally part of the group Whiskeytown, but left the band to release his first solo album 11 years ago. His latest album features collaborations with his wife Mandy Moore as well as Norah Jones. (20 min)

    Kina Grannis
    Thurs 12/29 12:00 pm & midnight ET
    Hear an encore of Kina Grannis performing songs from her album, Stairwells. Growing up in California, Kina began her career by composing and submitting piano compositions to art competitions when only in elementary school. Her star really started to shine when, after college, she began posting videos on YouTube. They garnered more than 55 million views, which also helped her win a Super Bowl contest that included a record contract. However, she chose to be an independent artist and declined the deal. Kina has since toured throughout North America and was named the Coffee House 2010 Singer-Songwriter of the Year by you! (20 min)
     
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    Coffee House Live with Jon Troast
    Thur 12:00 pm ET
    Hear Jon Troast play songs from his EP A. Jon built himself up from musical obscurity, playing coffee shops, bars and churches, expanding his repertoire, until he saved up enough to work with a producer in Nashville. His songwriting was inspired by Mr. Rodger’s song "I Like To Take My Time," teaching him to notice what’s going on around you, to think about what is important in life and to enjoy what you have. Jon started playing house concerts and has since played in hundreds of homes all across the country, including 100 concerts in 100 days! (20 min)
    Rebroadcast: Fri 1/27 12:00 am ET
     
  16. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    Coffee House Live with Jason Mraz
    Thurs 4/19 12:00 pm ET
    Hear Jason Mraz perform songs from his new album, Love is a Four Letter Word, on Coffee House Live. (15 min)

    Rebroadcast: Fri 4/20 12:00 am ET
     
  17. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    Coffee House Live with Train
    Thurs 5/3 12:00 pm ET

    Lead singer Patrick Monahan says he didn't spend 3 months or 5 months writing, he just wrote throughout the course of the last 3 years. Train has 13 songs that they've recorded and they want to hear every single one of them over and over again. They’ll be on tour this summer, but before they hit the road, they stopped into the Sirius XM Studios to play some of their newest songs on Coffee House Live! Rebroadcast: Fri 5/4 12:00 am ET

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  18. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    Coffee House Live with The Shins
    Thurs 5/17 12:00 pm ET
    Tune in to hear the Shins, a band that began 16 years ago as a side project for lead singer-songwriter, James Mercer. The Shins have toured with Modest Mouse and had their songs featured in movies and TV shows like The OC, Scrubs and Gilmore Girls. They released their 4th album, Port of Morrow, a few months ago and stopped by the SiriusXM Studios to play some of their newest songs! (15 min)

    Rebroadcast: Fri 5/18 12:00 am ET

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  19. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    Coffee House Live with Ryan Adams
    Today 12:00 pm ET
    Hear Ryan Adams perform songs from his latest album Ashes & Fire. Ryan was originally part of the group Whiskeytown, but left the band to release his first solo album Heartbreaker 11 years ago. Adams has also produced albums for other artists including Willie Nelson, and collaborated with the Counting Crows, Weezer and Norah Jones. Join us as Ryan Adams shares his newest work. (20 min) Rebroadcast: Tomorrow 12:00 am ET

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  20. Jon

    Jon Well-Known Member

    Damn, 11 years since 'Heartbreaker?' I'm old!


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