NPR MUSIC LIVE WEBSTREAM: SLEATER-KINNEY IN CONCERT
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24 AT APPX. 9:30PM ET
February 23, 2015; Washington, D.C. – Sleater-Kinney fans everywhere can watch live tomorrow night as the rock band plays Washington, D.C.'s 9:30 Club. The concert, part of the group's first tour in nearly a decade, will be available in a video webstream at npr.org/music starting at appx. 9:30PM ET. Following the live performance, the entire concert will be archived at npr.org/music.
All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen will host the video webcast from the 9:30 Club, which Sleater-Kinney guitarist and singer Carrie Brownstein recently called her "favorite music venue." She told the The Wall Street Journal, "There's an intimacy despite the relatively large capacity. And it's got great sound."
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Sleater-Kinney recently reunited and released its latest album, No Cities To Love, in January 2015. Bandmates Brownstein, Corin Tucker and Janet Weiss talked at length about getting back together and the new record in an interview with All Songs Considered hosts Boilen and Robin Hilton. The trio also spoke about the project – and much more – with Broad City's Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer for an NPR Music event at New York City's Ace Hotel. A video of the discussion is available online at npr.org/music.
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