What to Stream This Weekend 9/11-9/13: Neil Peart Tribute Event, The Who, Barenaked Ladies, Wallows, Shawn Colvin, Richard Thompson, More

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It’s the weekend, again, which means one thing: There’s plenty of streaming events from the music world to keep you entertained at home — which is so important these days, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues its hold over our concept of “normalcy.” If you’re wondering what to stream this weekend, you’ve come to the right place.

Here are our streaming picks for Sept. 11-13, 2020.

Modern Drummer Festival 2020: A Tribute to Neil Peart – Sept. 12, 8 p.m. EDT/5  p.m. PDT, LiveXLive.com/ModernDrummer

Rush couldn’t have existed in its classic form without Neil Peart, and the legendary drummer’s January 2020 passing was a tragic loss for the music community. A number of big-name drummers, themselves friends and fans of Peart’s, will participate in a special tribute live stream this Saturday, with proceeds benefiting brain tumor research at Cedar-Sinai Medical Center.

Tickets to access the live stream cost $12.99 and can be purchased by clicking here.

The Who Join Together @ Home: Locarno, Switzerland 2006 — Sept. 12, YouTube (Free/Donations Accepted)

The Who will close out its Join Together @ Home archival YouTube series with the second half of a two-part finale, sharing performances from Locarno, Switzerland in 2006.

Join Together @ Home is a concerted effort to entertain fans and raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America, organizations very dear to the heart of the band. Here’s Roger Daltrey with an introduction:

Shawn Colvin Live from These Four Walls — Sept. 12, 7 p.m. CST Mandolin.com ($20+)

Singer/songwriter Shawn Colvin presents her second live stream concert in a few weeks, performing songs from her favorite films at Arlyn Studios in Austin, Texas.

For ticket information to access the live stream, click here.

Richard Thompson Bloody Noses EP & Classic Hits Live Stream — Sept. 13, 5 p.m. EDT/5 p.m. PDT Mandolin.com ($20+)

English songwriter/guitarist Richard Thompson is hosting a live stream performance this Sunday, Sept. 13, performing his new Bloody Noses EP as well as “classic hits” from his storied career. The stream will be available via Mandolin.com, with ticket packages starting at $20. Click here for more details.

Barenaked Ladies 2015 Last Summer on Earth Performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre — Sept. 12, 7 p.m. EDT/4 p.m. PDT (Nugs.net, $14.99)

Canadian alt/rock/pop band Barenaked Ladies will re-broadcast a 2015 ‘Last Summer on Earth’ tour performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado this Saturday, Sept. 12. The show will be streamed via Nugs.net and will cost $14.99 — click here for full ticket information.

Delta Spirit Live Stream from 3rd & Lindsley, Nashville, TN — Sept. 13, 9 p.m. EDT/6 p.m. PDT (Nugs.net, $9.99)

On Friday, indie/rock band Delta Spirit returned with What Is There, its first new album in six years — and the group plans to commemorate the album release with a live stream concert airing on Nugs.net on Sunday, Sept. 13.

Tickets to access the stream cost $9.99 — click here for full details.

Wallows Live at the Roxy Virtual World Tour — Sunday, Sept. 13, 2 p.m. EDT/11 a.m. PDT (NoCapShows.com, $15)

Young, buzzworthy indie/pop band Wallows (featuring Dylan Minnette of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why) continues its “Virtual World Tour” with a set list of band-selected songs, performed at the Roxy Theatre in Hollywood. Click here for full details and to purchase a ticket to access the stream.

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because live shows won’t happen for the foreseeable future, we’d like to invite you to our “Virtual World Tour”! we shot 4 unique live sets at the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles (under strict COVID protocol of course). all the sets are totally different from each other and are set to air at reasonable times for different time zones (but in case you can’t make the scheduled time, whatever shows you tune in for will be available to watch until Oct. 4th). we had a blast playing even to an empty room, so we’d love for all of you to pop some popcorn, kick back, and mosh like maniacs from the comfort of your homes. tickets are $15 per show or $55 for all four (plus a screenprint of the poster above). ON SALE NOW. LINK IN BIO.

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Disney’s Mulan — Disney Plus ($29.99)

After a few delays caused by the pandemic and the movie industry’s uncertainty, Disney’s anticipated live-action remake of 1998’s animated film Mulan is now available via Disney Plus.

There’s a catch, however. In order to watch the film as a Disney Plus subscriber, you have to pay $29.99 to access the film specifically, unless you want to wait until early December when that restriction is lifted. For more on how to watch Mulan, click here.

Bleeding Audio, a new music documentary about mid-2000s pop-punk/alt-rock band The Matches — SF Documentary Film Festival ($10)

In the works for a few years, Bleeding Audio tells the tale of the Matches, a pop-punk/alt-rock band from the Bay Area of Northern California that amassed international attention in the mid-200s, a major label deal and more … only to find the changing digital music landscape (and other issues) force the group’s premature dissolution in 2009, until feverish fan interest sparked some reunion gigs five years later.

Bleeding Audio will be the Closing Night Film featured in the SF Documentary Film Festival, and will be available to watch from Sept. 3 through Sept. 20, with a special Closing Night Q&A session set for Sept. 20 at 8 p.m. PDT. For more details and to purchase a ticket to stream the film, click here.

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