Ayo - Live At The Olympia

LiveMusicTelevision.Com presents Ayo, Live at The Olympia

Ayo hangs her heart over the ledge and sings beautifully. She does many ballads, mostly heart wrenching songs about love and life. She has a strong R&B, soul and pop repertoire in additions to her ballads.

The film of the 1.5 hour concert featured below is titled Ayo - Live At The Olympia. It was directed by Raphaël Frydman and presented by Polydor, a division of Universal Music France.


The Olympia is a music hall in Paris, France, and is also known as L'Olympia. In the above promo photo, it says Bruno Coquatrix just underneath "Live At The Olympia". Bruno Coquatrix was the owner and manager of The Olympia. Bruno passed away in 1979, long before this concert was filmed, but his name continues to live on. He was often instrumental being a early recognizer and advocate of great emerging young talent and for bringing leading established stars to his theater for French audiences to enjoy.

Although the concert was filmed ten years ago, the songs are timeless. If you are a new or long time fan of Ayo's, this is a wonderful concert to watch. It was directed by Raphael Frydman. Enjoy!


Connect direct with Ayo at AyoMusic.com, Facebook.com/AyoMusicOfficial, Instagram.com/AyoMusic and Twitter.com/AyoMusic

Connect direct with the Olympia Music Hall (L'Olympia) at OlympiaHall.Com, Facebook.com/OlympiaBrunoCoquatrix, Instagram.com/OlympiaHall and Twitter.com/OLYMPIAHALL

Connect direct with Raphaël Frydman at RaphaelFrydman.Com and Facebook.com/Raphael.Frydman

Connect direct with Polydor at Polydor.Co.UK, Facebook.com/PolydorFrance, Instagram.com/PolydorRecords and Twitter.com/PolydorRecords

Connect direct with Universal Music France at UniversalMusic.FR, Facebook.com/UniversalMusicFrance and Twitter.com/UMusicFrance

Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio

Live Music Television presents Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio live at Upstream Music Fest

This refreshing group pours out of the groove jar like killer honey.

Thanks to KEXP-FM in Seattle, which is one of the greatest public radio stations on the planet. Their slogan is: Where Music Matters. The KEXP host and crew did a wonderful job capturing the recordings featured below of the Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio at Little London Plane during the Upstream Music Fest in May 2017.

The Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio consists of Delvon Lamarr on organ, Jimmy James on guitar and David McGraw on drums.

The first video below was uploaded as "the Warm-up Set", but it gets pretty hot and grooves for days.

Songs:
Move On Up (Written by Curtis Mayfield)
Memphis
3rd song is Untitled



The next video is the actual set, and it's too cool for school.

Songs:
Concussion
I Don't Want to Play That
Tacoma Black Party
Top Going Down, Bottom Going Up



Connect with Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio at Facebook.com/pg/dlo3music, Soundcloud.com/delvon-lamarr-organ-trio and ReverbNation.com/dlo3music

Thank you to KEXP-FM, online at KEXP.Org, for posting the above videos. The talented technical crew who made it happen are:
Host: Troy Nelson
Engineer: Kevin Suggs Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Alaia D'Alessandro and Justin Wilmore
Director: Scott Holpainen
Editor: Alaia D'Alessandro

Ray Charles - Live at Montreux Jazz Festival

Live Music Television presents Ray Charles, Live at the 1997 Montreux Jazz Festival

Live Music Television is proud to present Ray Charles, a soul music pioneer.

Born in Georgia in 1930 he was one of the first performers to mix gospel, R&B and jazz to create a new form of black pop music that would come to be known as soul. His voice and delivery were strikingly different and instantly recognisable. He had his first hits in the early 1950's and was still hitting the charts into the 21st century. His death in June 2004 from liver disease was front page news around the world.

This concert was filmed at the Montreux Jazz Festival on July 19, 1997 and features Ray Charles and his orchestra, led by sax player Al Jackson, and of course The Raelettes.

Thank you to Eagle Rock Entertainment for making these videos available. Get the full concert at this link

Ray Charles - Song For You (Live at Montreux Jazz Festival 1997)

Ray Charles - Georgia On My Mind (Live at Montreux Jazz Festival 1997)

Ray Charles - Busted (Live at Montreux Jazz Festival 1997)

Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (Live at Montreux Jazz Festival 1997)

Connect direct with the official legacy website of Ray Charles at RayCharles.Com, Instagram.com/official.raycharles and at Facebook.com/RayCharles

Lianne La Havas

Live Music Television presents the most beautiful Lianne La Havas and a Aretha channeling

Live Music Television is very proud to present one more great live performance from Lianne La Havas. Whist cover song coverage is unusual for this channel, Lianne's interpretation of this cover song was breathtaking enough to break the rule.

She covers Aretha Franklin's song titled I Say A Little Prayer (For You) with brilliance.

It was filmed live at Studio Brussel, a radio station in Belgium consistently beautifully captures in-studio performances of many great acts.

Thank you, Studio Brussel, for the technical excellence!

Lianne La Havas - I Say A Little Prayer

Connect direct with Lianne La Havas at LianneLaHavas.Com, Facebook.Com/LianneLaHavas, Twitter.Com/LianneLaHavas and Instagram.Com/LianneLaHavas

LiveMusicTelevision.Com presents music videos by Lianne La Havas

Jackie Bristow - Whistle Blowin' - Live

Live Music Television presents Jackie Bristow and a live film of her song titlted Whistle Blowin'
Jackie Bristow was recently the opening act in New Zealand for Bonnie Raitt
This is a tasty filmed live performance by the independent New Zealand recording artist named Jackie Bristow and her original song titled Whistle Blowin'. The song sounds like a real country hit in the old-school sense. There is strength, depth and a certain stillness that comes from artists like this one who have so diligently honed their craft.

Two Februaries ago, we featured the studio version and the official music video to Whistle Blowin' on our sister site MusicLoad. (Click here to see that). The song was track #1 on her album titled Shot of Gold.

She is backed by Mark Punch on electric guitar, Nick Gaffaney on percussion and Alison Wunderland on bass. Enjoy! GC 

Jackie Bristow - Whistle Blowin' - Live

Connect direct with Jackie Bristow at JackieBristow.Com, at Facebook.com/JackieBristowMusic, at Twitter.Com/JackieBristow, at Instagram.Com/JackieBristow, and Soundcloud.Com/JackieBristow

Kudos for a videography and audio recording job well done, by Blue Moon Onstage Productions.

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