Another Chance at Live From Lincoln Center

Did you miss Jason Isbell on Live From Lincoln Center on PBS this past Friday? Don’t panic, you can still watch the performance here: http://to.pbs.org/1iUeWWJ

Tune in to PBS tonight to watch singer-songwriter Jason Isbell in concert on Live From Lincoln Center! Follow us on Twitter and join the conversation tonight with hashtag ‪#‎LFLC‬. Check local listings here.

Tune in to PBS tonight to watch singer-songwriter Jason Isbell in concert on Live From Lincoln Center! Follow us on Twitter and join the conversation tonight with hashtag ‪#‎LFLC‬. Check local listings here.

In this Live From Lincoln Center preview, Jason Isbell describes the freedom of writing songs from other people’s points of view. Tune in to PBS tonight to see him perform on Live From Lincoln Center

Singer/songwriter Jason Isbell shows off his main guitar, ahead of his appearance on Live From Lincoln Center on PBS tomorrow (check local listings)

We caught up with famed guitarist and roots rock singer-songwriter Jason Isbell on the road in Philadelphia. Jason is known for his exquisite songwriting: tales of life, love and loss that are at once heartbreaking and hopeful. In this piece, Jason shares with us the process of writing the perfect love song with the perfect partner, his wife Amanda.

See Jason Isbell on Live From Lincoln Center on PBS this Friday, April 11 (check local listings)

Live From Lincoln Center is on PBS tonight, hosted by Audra McDonald! Tony Award-winning actor and director James Naughton sings the iconic and witty songs of the great American songwriter Randy Newman. Read more about James Naughton and his approach to preparing for this event.Also, check your local listings, and don’t forget to follow along using hashtag #LFLC(Photo: Kevin Yatarola)

Live From Lincoln Center is on PBS tonight, hosted by Audra McDonald! Tony Award-winning actor and director James Naughton sings the iconic and witty songs of the great American songwriter Randy Newman. Read more about James Naughton and his approach to preparing for this event.

Also, check your local listings, and don’t forget to follow along using hashtag #LFLC

(Photo: Kevin Yatarola)

The songs of Randy Newman may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of James Naughton’s prolific career. But once you hear why Naughton wanted to perform these songs, you’ll see why it’s a match made in some sardonic corner of heaven.

Tune in to PBS this Friday for Live From Lincoln Center featuring James Naughton singing the iconic, witty, and dramatic songs of Randy Newman. (check local listings)

The music of iconic songwriter Randy Newman have delighted and infuriated audiences for decades. Broadway and TV star James Naughton brings these songs to the stage in his own witty and charming way. Coming up next on Live From Lincoln Center on PBS(Friday, April 4, check local listings)

Tonight’s the night for Patina Miller on Live From Lincoln Center! Tune in to PBS at 9pm (though, check your local listings) to see her incredible performance of songs ranging from classic R&B to Broadway. Don’t forget to follow our live-tweets at @LiveFromLC and #LFLC during at 9pm ET.(Photo: Kevin Yatarola)

Tonight’s the night for Patina Miller on Live From Lincoln Center! Tune in to PBS at 9pm (though, check your local listings) to see her incredible performance of songs ranging from classic R&B to Broadway. Don’t forget to follow our live-tweets at @LiveFromLC and #LFLC during at 9pm ET.

(Photo: Kevin Yatarola)

Just announced: Live From Lincoln Center to broadcast three concerts from Lincoln Center’s acclaimed American Songbook series this Spring!

- Patina Miller, currently in Pippin on Broadway and soon to be featured in Hunger Games: Mockingjay, performs a solo show with classic R&B and Broadway’s best, airing on Friday, March 28, 2014. (Photo above from 2014 TCA Winter Press Tour, courtesy PBS)

- Star of stage and screen James Naughton presents the iconic songs of acclaimed songwriter Randy Newman airing on Friday, April 4, 2014.

- Rising country music star Jason Isbell, formerly of Drive-By Truckers, performs songs exquisite personal songs from his recent album Southeasternairing Friday, April 11, 2014.

For all the details, read the press release here. As always, check your local PBS listings for exact air times.