AXS TV Airs 10 Performances from ‘Live From The Artists Den’, Beginning January 12

AXS TV puts the spotlight on 10 unforgettable sets from some of music’s biggest names by partnering with Artists Den to showcase select episodes of the performance series Live From The Artists Den—making its network premiere on Wednesday, January 12 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. The series joins AXS TV’s popular story-centered Wednesday night music lineup, which also includes a slate of acclaimed music documentaries airing each week at 9 p.m. ET.

Live From The Artists Den captures an eclectic blend of entertainers from across the music spectrum, as they take the stage in a meaningful venue that has made an impact on their lives and careers. From hometown haunts to picturesque mountain landscapes, the series grants a unique glimpse inside each venue and presents candid artist reflections interspersed throughout the set.

The season showcase kicks off on January 12 with an intimate set by chart-topping rock superstars Imagine Dragons, who bring their signature anthemic sound to the historic Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles for a once-in-a-lifetime event featuring smash singles such as “Demons,” “It’s Time,” and “Radioactive.” Then, on January 19, iconic rock showman Robert Plant rolls into Nashville’s War Memorial Auditorium with his GRAMMY®-winning The Band Of Joy for a career-spanning set packed with Led Zeppelin classics and solo hits such as “Gallows Pole,” “Ramble On,” and “House Of Cards,” joined by fellow music visionaries Buddy Miller and Patty Griffin.

Other highlights include Country trailblazers Lady A performing “Need You Now,” “American Honey” and more at the United Palace Theatre in Manhattan; as well as Sin City rockers The Killers unleashing hits such as “Mr. Brightside,” “All These Things That I’ve Done,” and “Human” at NYC’s lavish Capitale venue; and soulful songstress Sheryl Crow blazing through an extensive 10-song set featuring “All I Wanna Do,” “Steve McQueen,” “If It Makes You Happy,” and “Every Day Is A Winding Road” from New York City’s Grand Ballroom of the Plaza.

The season continues with alt-rock sextet OneRepublic’s epic set at Utah’s Park City Live, featuring “Apologize,” “Secrets,” and “Counting Stars;” Country mainstay Tim McGraw’s powerhouse performance at The Corinthian in downtown Houston, featuring “Southern Girl” and “One Of Those Nights”; beloved Beatle Ringo Starr joining folk fixture Ben Harper and award-winning singer-songwriter Joan Osborne for a blended set that includes “I Wanna Be Your Man,” “Photograph,” and “With A Little Help From My Friends” from the Egyptian wing in New York’s Metropolitan Museum Of Art; The Wallflowers’ triumphant return at Bay Area staple Bimbo’s 365 Club, featuring riveting renditions of “One Headlight,” “6TH Avenue Heartache,” and “Closer To You”; and blues rock revivalists Alabama Shakes delivering an electric set at Nashville’s Loveless Barn, crushing through favorites such as “Boys & Girls,” “Gimme All Your Love,” and “Always Alright,” among others.

Live From The Artists Den is the perfect addition to AXS TV’s Wednesday nights with music storytellers, delivering one-of-a-kind performances from some of music’s most influential artists as they take the stage at a slate of legendary venues across the country,” said Sarah Weidman, Head of Programming, Development and Multi-Platform Content for AXS TV. “Not only does the series treat music enthusiasts to some incredible sights with glimpses inside each landmark, but it also shines a new and unique light on each act—presenting them in an intimate setting with a small audience, interspersed with insightful clips that find the performers reflecting on their own work and careers. The series’ eclectic performance roster offers a little something for everyone to enjoy, and we look forward to sharing all of these unforgettable moments with our viewers when Live From The Artists Den makes its AXS TV network premiere on January 12.”

Live From The Artists Den Programming Lineup At A Glance:

Jan. 12—Imagine Dragons

Jan. 19—Robert Plant And The Band Of Joy

Jan. 26—Lady A

Feb. 2—The Killers

Feb. 9—Alabama Shakes

Feb. 16—OneRepublic

Feb. 23—Tim McGraw

Mar. 2—Ringo Starr With Ben Harper

Mar. 9—Sheryl Crow

Mar. 16—The Wallflowers

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