LeAnn Rimes (Photo courtesy the artist)
Last year, singer-songwriter LeAnn Rimes released her first-ever live album, Rimes: Live at Gruene Hall, which she recorded at the oldest continually run dance hall in Texas.
Now like all artists, LeAnn is unable to tour due to the pandemic, so she’s trading Gruene Hall for a home performance with her Sunday Service concert via StageIt on Sunday, Sept. 6.
Grant-Lee Phillips (Photo by Peter Eriksson)
Critically lauded Nashville-based singer-songwriter Grant-Lee Phillips releases Lightning, Show Us Your Stuff, his 10th solo album, via Yep Roc Records on Sept. 4.
Meanwhile, he appears via StageIt on Sunday, Aug. 23, for a livestream billed as Live from the Parlor, where he’s sure to play new songs and old favorites.
Morgan James (Photo by Shervin Lainez)
Soul singer Morgan James livestreams her next concert via StageIt on Saturday, Aug. 22!
Morgan promises originals and requests for the show, which comes not too long after the release of her third solo album, Memphis Magnetic, released earlier this year via Hedonist Records.
Keller Williams (Photo by Taylor Crothers)
Keller Williams released his 25th studio album, Speed, last year, and it was his third collaboration with flatpicker Larry Keel and bassist Jenny Keel, following 2006’s Grass and 2012’s Thief.
Since then, Keller has embraced live-streaming in our pandemic times, and he has a show on Wednesday, Aug. 19 via StageIt that’s sure to touch on his collaborations with The Keels and more!
Maddox Jones (Photo courtesy Reybee Inc.)
Hot on the heels of the release of his Headspace EP, British singer and songwriter Maddox Jones launches the Subba-Sessions, a livestream show being hosted on StageIt.com.
The livestream is an intimate ticketed show and takes place this Thursday, July 23.
SUSTO (Photo by Sully Sullivan)
SUSTO recently released Ever Since I Lost my Mind, the project’s latest studio album, out now on Rounder Records. SUSTO, fronted by Justin Osborne, has been performing a series of five quarantine shows, and Justin presents the fourth in the series as a “Greatest Hits Happy Hour” via StageIt on Wednesday, June 10.
The Dollyrots (Photo courtesy Rage PR)
Punk-pop duo The Dollyrots revisit one of their albums per week in a livestream show. For their next show, The Dollyrots showcase Whiplash Splash, their sixth studio album, in a livestream at StageIt on Sunday, April 26.
Robyn Hitchcock (Photo by Emma Swift)
Tune into the fifth quarantine show by Robyn Hitchcock and Emma Swift, who have been performing regularly since the emergency lockdown across the nation in their series, Live from Sweet Home Quarantine, where they livestream a 30-minute concert from their home in East Nashville.
Catch Robyn and Emma on StageIt on Wednesday, April 15.
Michael McDermott (Photo by Darin Back)
Chicago-based Americana singer-songwriter Michael McDermott livestreams a show with The Westies on StageIt on Saturday, April 4.
Rhett Miller (Photo by Ebru Yildiz)
With more time at home, folks are flocking to broadcast avenues like Twitch and Zoom. While it’s not easy to replace the live concert experience, StageIt, another broadcast site gaining popularity, is giving it a go with remarkable results.
See for yourself by catching Old 97s frontman Rhett Miller in a solo show at StageIt on Wednesday, March 25.