By CLTure News
March 25, 2020 (Updated)
Austin City Limits, the Peabody and National Medal of Arts award-winning PBS live music program launched in 1973, will make all episodes from the past two seasons available free amid the national live music moratorium. The pioneering music series will also allow free streaming of several sessions from their most recent season totaling over 35 shows. Among the episodes available are Vampire Weekend, The Raconteurs, Run The Jewels, Gary Clark, Jr., Kacey Musgraves, Norah Jones, Maggie Rogers, H.E.R., Sharon Van Etten and Cage the Elephant.
In addition to the free streaming episodes, PBS will also be re-airing some of their most popular recent shows on PBS in the coming months including LCD Sound System, John Prine, Janelle Monáe, Arctic Monkeys, Herbie Hancock, and Chris Stapleton.
You can check out all of the Austin City Limits episodes available for streaming here.
Update: Austin City Limits has made singer-songwriter John Prine’s last episode available in the wake of his passing. Country artist Tyler Childers also makes a special appearance at the 30-minute mark. You can watch the full set below.