NPR Music Presents Live Webcasts From Spoon, Jack White & TUnE-yArDs With Sylvan Esso

NPR MUSIC LIVE WEBCASTS JUNE 9-13: SPOON, JACK WHITE & TUNEYARDS WITH SYLVAN ESSO

WATCH LIVE PERFORMANCES IN LA, NY & DC AT NPR.ORG/MUSIC, ON MOBILE

June 9, 2014; Washington, D.C. – In a series of live concert webcasts this week, NPR Music offers fans and audiences everywhere a chance to experience live performances from acclaimed acts happening across the country – no tickets or wristbands required. Beginning this afternoon from New York, Spoon will premiere a new song from the upcoming album They Want My Soul. The live music continues throughout the week with full sets from Jack White in Los Angeles and tUnE-yArDs with Sylvan Esso in Washington, D.C. Watch the performances live at NPR.org/music and in the NPR Music mobile apps; full schedule follows.

Spoon
Monday, June 9; 1:30PM ET / 10:30AM PCT
Live song premiere webcast from Le Poisson Rouge in New York, NY.
1:30PM ET: Stream begins. Hear the All Songs Considered exclusive interview with Spoon frontman Britt Daniel and drummer Jim Eno.
2:00PM ET: Watch Spoon premiere a new track from They Want My Soul (out August 5)
Watch here: http://n.pr/1qh22I1

Jack White
Tuesday, June 10; appx. 12:30AM ET (6/11) / 9:30PM PCT
Live concert webcast from The Fonda Theater in Los Angeles, CA.
Watch here: http://n.pr/1kKJyzb

tUnE-yArDs with Sylvan Esso
Friday, June 13; appx. 8:00PM ET / 5:00PM PCT
Live concert webcast from the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C.
Watch here: npr.org/music

NPR Music collaborates with NPR's newsmagazines, public radio Member stations and the passionate NPR community to celebrate great music in every genre. Visit at NPR.org/music and via NPR Music mobile apps for access to more Tiny Desk Concerts, as well as extensive archives of exclusive performances, interviews and reviews of artists from all genres.

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