The Current Sessions®

Live Performances from The Current.

Cherry Glazerr perform in The Current studio


Cherry Glazerr perform at The Current

Cherry Glazerr's latest album, 'Stuffed and Ready,' released on February 1 of this year, and the Los Angeles three-piece stopped at The Current to talk about and play songs from the record. 'I feel like it's always the most exciting to play the things you've written most recently, and so it feels really fresh and very exciting,' says Cherry Glazerr songwriter and frontperson Clementine Creevy.

Aurora performs in The Current studio


Aurora performs in The Current studio

Norwegian singer-songwriter Aurora stopped at The Current to perform songs from her recent album, 'Infections of a Different Kind, step 1,' and from its forthcoming follow-up. Aurora also shed light on the Bergen music scene, and she shared how she became involved in the 'Dumbo' remake, coming March 29.

Dua Saleh performs in The Current studio


Dua Saleh performs at The Current

Amid surging local and worldwide attention, Minnesota's Dua Saleh performs at The Current and shares conversation with Local Show host Andrea Swensson.

Sunflower Bean perform in The Current studio


Sunflower Bean perform in The Current studio

Less than a year after the release of their most recent full-length album, New York band Sunflower Bean dropped an EP, 'King of the Dudes.' The new release exudes a sense of fun. 'We ended up really experimenting with a different side of ourselves,' explains Sunflower Bean's Julia Cummings when the band stopped in for a session hosted by Mac Wilson.

Dorothy perform in The Current studio


Dorothy perform in The Current studio

The band Dorothy's latest album, '28 Days in the Valley,' was produced by none other than Linda Perry, the extraordinary producer and songwriter (and former 4 Non Blondes frontperson) behind massive hits for artists like Pink and Christina Aguilera. Dorothy recently visited The Current for a session hosted by Jill Riley.

Abby Jeanne performs in The Current studio


Abby Jeanne performs at The Current

A rising musician out of Milwaukee, Abby Jeanne recently released a new album, 'Music Box Dancer.' Although Jeanne is a multi-instrumentalist, she says her primary instrument is her voice -- and on hearing these soulful songs, that becomes abundantly clear. Before Abby Jeanne performs at the 7th Street Entry in Minneapolis on Wednesday, Jan. 30, she and her band stopped at The Current studio for a session hosted by Mark Wheat.