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Austin City Limits Is Streaming Some Of Its Greatest Performances

By Colby Smith

Austin City Limits Is Streaming Some Of Its Greatest Performances

Get a front-row seat to your favorite ACL acts.

Broadcasting from the live music capital of the world, the iconic concert showcase is featuring some of the best performances that their stage has ever seen.

For over four decades, Austin City Limits has brought the noise to the state capital. The award-winning series behind the two-week ACL Music Festival is the longest-running televised music program in history and has featured some of the most groundbreaking musicians of our time.

Over the course of its broadcast, ACL has featured the likes of Willie Nelson, Leonard Cohen, Radiohead, Kacey Musgraves, Neil Young, and the Foo Fighters, as well as countless other artists in a medley of genres and styles.

Now, in the new world without live music, the critically-acclaimed series is opening its archives and unleashing its vault of sonic sorcery for the masses.

“ACL is opening its archives as a gift to music fans during the current live music moratorium,” the company announced on their website.

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At this moment, you can access your favorite episodes from Season 45 as well as every episode from Seasons 43 and 44. Right now, can watch over 35 of their stunning live performances on pbs.org.

ACL’s digital lineup includes LCD Soundsystem, Billie Eilish, and Vampire Weekend. With other performances by Maggie Rogers, Arctic Monkeys, Run the Jewels, Rosalía, Sam Smith, St. Vincent, and many more.

If that’s not enough, you can cruise over to their Youtube channel, where Austin City Limits TV has uploaded a variety of videos and clips of performances, interviews, and behind-the-scenes footage.

More festival performances can be found by searching “Austin City Limits” on Youtube.

“While live music is grounded and with the postponement and cancellation of countless tours and music festivals, ACL aims to keep its spirit alive, providing new viewing options for the house-bound.”

[Featured image via Scott Newton/ACLtv.com]