The Current Sessions®

Live Performances from The Current

In the Studio

Dawes perform in The Current studio In the Studio

In town to play a show at the Cabooze Plaza in Minneapolis, Dawes -- Taylor Goldsmith, Wylie Gelber, Griffin Goldsmith, Tay Strathairn and recent addition Duane Betts -- stopped by The Current's studio to play some songs off the new album and to chat with Bill DeVille.

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Seun Kuti and Egypt 80 perform at Rock the Garden 2015

With songs that often stretched past the 10-minute mark and over a dozen musicians eager to step up and take a solo, Seun Kuti had no problem keeping the energy hot. Stream Seun Kuti and Egypt 80's Rock the Garden 2015 performing in its entirety.

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Babes in Toyland perform at Rock the Garden 2015

Triumphant. Empowering. Ravenous. Life-changing. Those are just a few of the words that could be used to describe Babes in Toyland's homecoming set, which was their first time performing in Minneapolis since 2001. Stream Babes in Toyland's Rock the Garden 2015 performance in its entirety.

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thestand4rd perform at Rock the Garden 2015

thestand4rd's low-key, slow-burning and ominous songs provided the perfect warm-up for the day and by the end was downright sizzling. Stream thestand4rd's Rock the Garden 2015 performance in its entirety.

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Courtney Barnett performs at Rock the Garden 2015

Between their all-black outfits, flying hair, and ceaseless fog machine, Courtney Barnett and her bandmates turned the intensity up to 11. Stream Courtney Barnett's Rock the Garden 2015 performance in its entirety.

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Lucius perform at Rock the Garden 2015

It's no secret that Minneapolis loves Lucius — we are the home to one of their largest, most adoring fanbases. Stream Lucius' Rock the Garden 2015 performance in its entirety.

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Conor Oberst performs at Rock the Garden 2015

As the sun started to set behind the Rock the Garden stage, Conor Oberst delivered the day one's most pensive set. Stream Oberst's Rock the Garden 2015 performance with the Felice Brothers in its entirety.

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