The Current Sessions®

Live Performances from The Current

Nooky Jones perform in The Current's studios


Nooky Jones perform in The Current's studio

Ahead of their debut album release parties on June 30 and July 1 at Icehouse, Nooky Jones play "Hello," "How Come You Don't Call Me Anymore," and "Bad Girl" from their forthcoming 'Nooky Jones.'

The Secret Sisters keep it human and honest


The Secret Sisters

Dealing with pain and frustration -- and being honest about it -- resulted in 'You Don't Own Me Anymore,' the beautiful new album from Laura and Lydia Rogers, aka The Secret Sisters. Before a show at The Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis, the Secret Sisters visited The Current for an in-studio session hosted by Mac Wilson. Listen to the complete session.

Pokey LaFarge takes his St. Louis-made album on the road


Pokey LaFarge performs in The Current studio

After spending most of 2016 in or near his hometown of St. Louis, Mo., Pokey LaFarge is now touring in support of his new album, 'Manic Revelations.' Before his first-ever show in the First Avenue Mainroom, LaFarge visited The Current for a live in-studio session hosted by Jade.

Low Cut Connie keep the swagger in rock 'n' roll


Low Cut Connie perform in The Current studio.

Philadelphia's Low Cut Connie embody the joy and free-wheeling spirit of a brand of rock 'n' roll that traces itself back to Chuck Berry. In a recent in-studio session hosted by The Current's Bill DeVille, Low Cut Connie show they not only embody the spirit of rock 'n' roll, they just might be the saviors of it.

SOHN writes about a life on the move


SOHN performs in The Current studio

Musician Christopher Taylor, who performs under the moniker SOHN, has experienced a lot of change in his life and has seen much change in the world around him. His latest album is called 'Rennen.' ' This record to me was about staying on the move,' SOHN says. SOHN visited The Current for an in studio session with 'New Hot' host David Safar.

Learning to let go: With debut album 'Process,' Sampha reflects on past hardships


Sampha in concert

Sampha's soulful voice and lyrics are full of emotion, and having lost both of his parents to cancer, much of Sampha's writing focuses on processing those hardships. That, along with his use of simple, repetitive melodies, make Sampha's debut album, 'Process,' a powerful one. Sampha recently visited The Current studio for a session hosted by David Safar.