The Current Sessions®

Live Performances from The Current.

Virtual Session: Rufus Wainwright

Rufus Wainwright - Virtual Session

From his home in the storied musical neighborhood of Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles, Rufus Wainwright joins Jill Riley of The Current to chat and play a few songs from his latest record, Unfollow The Rules.

Virtual Session: Ron Gallo

Ron Gallo - Virtual Session

Ron Gallo joins Jade for a virtual session to play a few songs from his 2021 record Peacemeal, and to talk about the new levels of honesty they've found from people during quarantine.

Virtual Session: Beabadoobee

Beabadoobee - Virtual Session

Beatrice Laus, known as Beabadoobee joined us from London to talk to Mary Lucia about her influences, what led her to writing music, and her thoughts on Charlie Brown. She'll also be performing songs from her upcoming record, Fake It Flowers.

Virtual Session: The War and Treaty

The War and Treaty Virtual Session

From their home outside of Nashville, The War and Treaty join Sean McPherson to play songs from their upcoming record Hearts Town.

Virtual Session: Washed Out

Washed Out - Virtual Session

Washed Out join The Current's Jade for a virtual session featuring tracks from "Purple Noon."

Virtual Session: Dirty Projectors

Dirty Projectors - Virtual Session

2020 has seen the dawning of a new venture for Dirty Projectors: five EPs that center the lead vocals of each member. David Longstreth and veteran percussionist Mike Johnson will each have their own EPs, and new members Maia Friedman, Felicia Douglass, and Kristin Slipp will each have a chance to leave their mark on the band's discography as well.

Virtual Session: Bully

Bully - Live Virtual Session

Bully's Alicia Bognanno joins Sean McPherson of The Current to perform a few songs and talk about recording Sugaregg in Minnesota's Pachyderm Recording Studio studios, and relinquishing her usual duties as producer.

Live Virtual Session: Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes

Dawes - Live Virtual Session

In a virtual interview and live session with The Current's Mac Wilson, Dawes' Taylor Goldsmith talked about how their music, whether it's their 2016 album We're All Gonna Die or their upcoming seventh studio album Good Luck With Whatever, has unintentionally ended up being very suited to the current moment.