Live On KEXP

Formerly known as “KEXP’s Live Performances,” Live on KEXP brings you the very best of KEXP’s world-renowned live in-studio and remote performances. Each week, we’ll bring you a new live session, from emerging artists to well-established acts, spanning styles, genres and cultures. Full video of all Live on KEXP performances available at youtube.com/kexp.

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Live On KEXP Episodes

For Live on KEXP, Troy Nelson attempts to condense the massive life and career of Southern rocker Jason Isbell.   Subscribe Here:   &...

As an expert in both guitar slaying and heartfelt songwriting, Meg Duffy is a dynamic force as Hand Habits.   Subscribe Here:   &nbsp...

Dallas born-and-raised Jazzmeia Horn is not just a vocalist, or even just a musician, she’s a trailblazer.   Subscribe Here:   &nbsp...

With the number of bands and side-projects Ty Segall is involved in, it’s tough to count how many times the wildly-prolific musician has stopped by KEXP but ...

CHVRCHES spoke with KEXP before jumping into an incredible “At Home” session recorded during a soundcheck at the Palladium in Los Angeles.   Subsc...

Ten years after John Richards declared “Ho Hey” the best song of 2012 and bombarded the KEXP airwaves with it for an entire week, The Lumineers returned (vir...

Tough to pin down but very easy to enjoy. Troy Nelson gives us the lowdown on the Brooklyn-based band Crumb.   Subscribe Here:   &nbs...

For our second Live on KEXP episode on Bartees Strange, we’re focusing on the growth the genre-defying artist has made since releasing his acclaimed debut fu...

On the show this time, it’s the synapse snapping funkalicious virtuoso exuberance of Garage A Trois.   Subscribe Here:     ...

For the third episode of Live on KEXP featuring Courtney Barnett, Troy Nelson focuses on her third studio album, Things Take Time, Take Time.   Su...

KEXP’s Troy Nelson takes us through a detailed account of Marius Lauber’s evolution from drumming in the teen indie-dance band Beat!Beat!Beat! to honing his ...

Wearing the self-described genre tag of “slap n’ soul,” Curtis Harding brings a wide range of influences into his soulful rock n’ roll sound.   S...

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