"Live from the Artists Den" is a three-time New York Emmy-nominated music television series that features popular recording artists performing in non-traditional settings throughout North America. Live from the Artists Den broadcasts nationally on public television (now in its 10th season) and internationally in the United Kingdom, Latin America, China, Japan, Germany, New Zealand, and Canada. Featured artists have included Adele, Mumford and Sons, Tim McGraw, Ed Sheeran, Zac Brown Band, Imagine Dragons, Norah Jones, Soundgarden, Vampire Weekend, Kid Rock, Robert Plant, The Fray, Elvis Costello, The National, Ringo Starr, Death Cab for Cutie, and Alabama Shakes. Featured venues have included Graceland, the first art museum in America, a Masonic temple, a former Archdiocese cathedral, a 1930s silent movie theater, the world's oldest merchant sailing vessel, the New York Public Library, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A full listing of previously featured artists, TV episodes, and venues can be viewed at www.artistsden.com.

Live CDs, DVDs, and digital downloads of Artists Den performances can be purchased online via iTunes and the Artists Den website. On August 3, 2015, the Artists Den announced its first cinema release, Artists Den Presents alt-j, in partnership with Fathom Events. The one-night cinema event premiered in U.S. cinemas on September 2, 2015 and featured the U.K. rock band's full-length Artists Den performance at the Hollywood American Legion, plus exclusive interviews and an introduction from the band.

Live from the Artists Den - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2009-02-01

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Rufus Wainwright: Live from the Artists Den is a live album by American-Canadian singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright, released by Artists Den Records and Universal Music Enterprises on March 3, 2014. The album was recorded at a concert on May 17, 2012 at the Church of the Ascension in Greenwich Village, New York City, which was originally filmed for the PBS program Live from the Artists Den. Live from the Artists Den features sixteen tracks, including five that did not air in the broadcast. Ten songs are from Out of the Game (2012), Wainwright's seventh studio album. The album also includes two songs from Want Two (2004) and one song each from Want One (2003) and Release the Stars (2007). Also featured are songs written by Wainwright's parents: “One Man Guy” (Loudon Wainwright III) originally appeared on I'm Alright (1985) and was recorded for Wainwright's second studio album, Poses (2001); “On My Way to Town” (Kate McGarrigle) is from Kate & Anna McGarrigle's album Love Over and Over (1982). Mark Ronson, who produced Out of the Game, is featured on guitar on “Bitter Tears”. Details of the album emerged in January 2014. The recording was released in CD, digital and Blu-ray Disc formats, the latter of which will contain 50 minutes of bonus footage.

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Details of the album were released in January 2014. In a press release issued by Universal, Mark Lieberman, creator and executive producer of Live from the Artists Den, said of Wainwright's performance: “Rufus Wainwright is amongst the finest performers of our time. His 'Artists Den' secret show at the Church of the Ascension is still one of my favorite nights, a rare moment in the illustrious career of this incredible musician.”

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