‘Live from Out There’ Announces Lineups for Tributes to John Prine and Jerry Garcia + Robert Hunter (This Weekend)

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Live from Out There is a new streaming digital content series designed to provide aid to members of the music community hit particularly hard by the coronavirus pandemic — the artists and crews who suddenly found themselves without work. Upcoming programming will include special tributes to John Prine and Jerry Garcia + Robert Hunter, and the list of acts scheduled to participate includes:

Shakey Graves
John Oates
Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes
Hiss Golden Messenger
Jackie Greene
Eric Krasno
Nicki Bluhm & Ross James
Torrin Daniels of Kitchen Dwellers
Grahame Lesh & Elliot Peck
Leslie Mendelson (spotlighted recently here at Rock Cellar)
and more.

The John Prine tribute will begin at 8:30 p.m. ET Sunday night, April 19 — click here for more on that.

As for the full roster of participating acts, including the Jerry Garcia + Robert Hunter tribute, check the Instagram post below — which also includes details regarding when it all goes live:


Interested parties can sign up for Live From Out There and find additional info at this link — or below:

The series has now raised over $250K in four weeks of programming. It has been including sets from artists’ homes and practice spaces, never before seen archival releases, masterclasses, cooking lessons, first-time collaborations and more. COVID-19 has had an unprecedented impact on the live music community; while the safety of our roster, team and fan base is tantamount, we also believe the power of live music is a healing force through uncertain times.
“It’s been truly amazing to see the fans and the community coming together each week, contributing to all those affected by loss of work due to COVED-19. With so much uncertainty around the live touring landscape, we have to come together and do everything we can to help artists and crew stay alive during this time,” says 11E1even Group’s Ben Baruch. “Our platform unlike most, is a paid platform, we aren’t shy to say that we are here to generate revenue for those in need while creating unique content for the fans week after week. Our goal is to keep pushing great content, continue to book a diversified and unique lineup week after week and grow the platform to support artists and all those that have suffered from lost work due to the COVED-19 Outbreak.”
Proceeds from each subscription benefit Sweet Relief’s COVID-19 Fund, an organization using donor-directed funding to provide immediate assistance, lodging, clothing, food and more to the musicians and crew involved in the series as well as music industry workers and artists who have suffered a loss of income due to the recent outbreak and resulting restrictions placed on live events and gatherings.

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