Julian Lage & Scott Colley - Live from Rockwood Music Hall
This event took place on October 28th, 2020, but replay to watch at your own pace is available!
REPLAY STARTS AT 9:40 Replay available for 48 hours from the end of the show
Live From Rockwood Music Hall shows take place from Stage 2 at Rockwood Music Hall, with 100% of the audience viewing from the comfort of their own home.
Other than the digital nature of this event, treat it as any other concert! These livestreams will be presented with 1080p HD multi-camera video, and soundboard-quality audio piped directly into your speakers (or headphones).
Upon purchasing a ticket, you will receive an email confirmation and access to the stream on this website.
Can't make the live show? No problem! The purchaser-specific ticket link will give you access to the live stream, AND allow you to watch the show at your own pace up to 48 hours from the end of the show!
Tickets are $15 - please note the flexible pricing, and tipping options for venue and/or artist(s) within the stream.
Thank you for your continued support!
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Hailed as one of the most prodigious guitarists of his generation and “highest category of improvising musicians” (New Yorker), Julian Lage has spent more than a decade searching through the myriad strains of American musical history via impeccable technique, free association and a spirit of infinite possibility. Though only 31, the California-born New York-based musician boasts a long, prolific résumé on his own accord in addition to sideman (alongside such icons as Gary Burton and John Zorn) and duo partner (with Nels Cline, Chris Eldridge and Fred Hersch, among others.)
Love Hurts – which marks Lage’s third Mack Avenue LP recorded with a trio, and his first to feature bassist Jorge Roeder and drummer Dave King (The Bad Plus) – sees the GRAMMY® nominated guitarist exploring the American song catalog from a truly unique vantage point, performing music written by a range of audacious and original artists, from Roy Orbison to Ornette Coleman, Jimmy Giuffre to Peter Ivers. Lage and his rhythm section build upon the wandering sonic outlook of his previous LPs, further impelling his defining amalgam of jazz fusion, jam band liberation, standards, and embryonic rock ‘n’ roll with virtuosic precision, adventurous improvisation, and a remarkably clear vision.
About Rockwood Music Hall
A beacon of emerging and established live music acts in New York City since 2005, Rockwood Music Hall boasts three intimate stages, all with top-notch sound systems, and at least one of which is always free to attend. Over the past 15 years, the venue has become one of the most respected names in NYC for finding and booking the next big thing in music.