This Week’s Livestreams: Del McCoury Band, Liz Cooper, Soul Rebels, The Slip & More

Livestreams from a wide variety of acts are available for your viewing pleasure as laid out on the JamBase Livestreams Calendar lineup this week, November 15 – 19, 2021. Broadcasts featuring The Del McCoury Band, Liz Cooper, The Soul Rebels, The Slip and Caamp are just a few couch tour options to enjoy over the next few days.

The Wild Feathers go live from Relix Studio today, Monday, November 15. Giulia Millanta presents a new “An Italian In Your Home” broadcast, while Aaron Ferguson continues “Let There Be Light — Fall Cyberspace Tour 2021.”

Tuesday, November 16 livestreams include Goose live at the Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City. Additionally, Old 97’s frontman Rhett Miller performs songs from David Bowie’s Hunky Dory in honor of the album’s 50th anniversary. Waterparks take the stage at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville as part of the group’s A Night Out On Earth Tour.

New Orleans-based brass band The Soul Rebels return to Ardmore Music Hall near Philadelphia on Wednesday, November 17. Singer-songwriter/guitarist Liz Cooper goes live from The Bluebird Theater in Denver. Supergroup Mountain Man celebrates the anniversary of their debut album Made The Harbor with a livestream special. Renowned English performer Robyn Hitchcock plays “Live From His Home,” while Goose tour continues in Kansas City.

The lineup for Thursday, November 18 is highlighted by the Del McCoury Band performing at Ardmore Music Hall, Pink Sweat$ taking the stage at Concord Music Hall in Chicago and Jeffrey Gaines’ latest “JG Thursday Night” livestream.


Mandolin Streams for November&nbsp14,&nbsp2021

Treat yourself to live music on Friday, November 19 to end the week. Caamp plays the Palace Theatre in St. Paul, Minnesota. The Slip goes live from Relix Studio during the trio’s first substantial tour in over a decade. Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit hit the historic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York. Goose performs at Belly Up Aspen to begin a run in Colorado and Preservation Hall Jazz Band airs live from SFJAZZ in San Francisco.

Be sure to check out the JamBase Livestreams Calendar for many additional livestreams this week and beyond.