- SEASON 2 -

Jack Johnson

Jack Johnson’s simple songs about life, love and the universe take viewers on a lyrical journey, including fan favorites “Better Together,” “Sitting, Waiting, Wishing” and “As I Was Saying,” plus songs from his new album From Here to Now to You. Filmed at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s The Allen Room.

Train

Pat Monahan and company perform their latest album, California 37, in its entirety at The Iridium. Highlights include “50 Ways to Say Goodbye,” “Hey, Soul Sister” and “Bruises.” 

JJ Grey & Mofro

Full of Southern style and sass, JJ Grey and his band blend front porch soul and down-home storytelling in a laying-it-on-the-line show. Filmed at The Iridium.  Songs include “Your Lady, She’s Shady” and “The Sweetest Thing.”

Preservation Hall Jazz Band

Filmed at the one-of-a-kind McKittrick Hotel in a cabaret setting, the veteran jazz players stir up the crowd with their incredible tunes and invigorating musicianship.   Songs include “Bourbon Street” and “That’s It.”

Buddy Guy

The pioneer of the Chicago blues sound brings his legendary showmanship to The Iridium.  Songs include “Meet Me in Chicago” and “Well I Done Gone Over It.”

Jake Bugg

The 19-year-old English singer-songwriter brings his UK chart-topping songs to The Iridium.   Songs include “Lightning Bolt” and “Broken.”

Zakk Wylde & the Les Paul Trio

Zakk Wylde (Black Label Society, former guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne) and The Iridium’s regular Monday night house band pay tribute to the man, the myth and the legend that was Les Paul, the ‘father of the electric guitar.’   Songs include “Mississippi Queen” and “Voodoo Chile.”

Rock Candy Funk Party

With a sound as celebratory as the name suggests, Rock Candy Funk Party is powered by a collaboration of world-class musicians — producer Tal Bergman (drums), Joe Bonamassa (guitar), Ron DeJesus of Planet Funk (guitar), Mike Merritt of Conan O’Brien’s late show band (bass), and Renato Neto, who record and toured with Prince for nearly a decade (keys). Filmed at The Iridium, highlights include “Octopus-e” and “New York Song.” 

The Rides

Stephen Stills’ blues-rock “super group,” whose debut album was inspired by his 1968 Super Session album, features guitar wizard Kenny Wayne Shepherd and the Electric Flag’s Barry Goldberg at The Iridium.