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Live Music Thursdays

English, Music, 1 season, 60 episodes
Each Thursday we podcast video of one song from a live music performance filmed in WBEZ's studios. Subscribe on iTunes.
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Mifi Router

“MiFi” (derived from the word “WiFi” for Wlan) is another name for mobile Wlan routers. MiFi routers are small devices that connect to the mobile network over 2G, 3G or 4G and create a Wlan network. Such MiFi routers are very handy, as they allow you to access the Internet quickly and easily almost anywhere. ... Read moreMifi Router
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How To Interconnect The Routers – An Easy Guide

Interconnection of networks helps to expand your horizon when vast information has to be accessed. Making networks large enough at one end can be a bad choice technically because of many security threats involved. As an alternative to this setting, the interconnection router seems to be the best choice available. Connect a router to another ... Read moreHow To Interconnect The Routers – An Easy Guide
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How to ping your router?

Whether you want to check the connection between the router and the computer or check your Internet connection, Windows has a handy utility called Command prompt, which enables the user to perform different tasks using various commands. Although this goes beyond the skills of the average user, it is always good to know how to do ... Read moreHow to ping your router?
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How to solve the login problem with 192.168.o.1

Have you tried to log in to your router using 192.168.o.1 as a default IP address? Nothing happened and you couldn’t access the router settings? There is nothing to worry about anymore since the following few paragraphs will tell you how to fix this minor issue and properly login to your router. If you are ... Read moreHow to solve the login problem with 192.168.o.1
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If this IP address is attempted to login to the router console, your attempt with the false IP address. The right IP address is and this IP address is used for login to the router where the IP address is setup. In a networking device, without this default IP address, alternative IP ... Read more192. – Wireless Router Admin Login
Episode Artwork – Wireless Router Admin Login, 192.168.l.l modem router admin passwords and login ip. Login Admin IP Addresses; Simple log in into the IP can take you directly to access the administrative panel of your modem. The network production firms have been providing the software that helps you to check and tweak your modem settings online without any hassle. ... Read more10.0.0.1 – Wireless Router Admin Login
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This is one of the most common IP addresses. It is the management panel address of your ADSL modem. As the common practice, firms producing modems worldwide load updated software to them. This makes it easy to manage the modems. With the updated software, users are able to make configuration changes by communicating to the ... Read more192.168.1.0 – Wireless Router Admin Login
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The IP address is a default IP address for many routers and ADSL models. A router or ADSL modem can handle multiple IP addresses but most of the manufactures prefer as a default IP address. Rest of the IP addresses except the default one in a router is called host addresses. What can ... Read more192.168.2.1 – Wireless Router Admin Login
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What is the advantage of using is a private IP Address that is used by various router manufacturers as the default IP Address. This allows the user to access the device through the web browser on the computer to which the device is connected. It serves for the management of the wireless router ... Read more192.168.10.1 – Wireless Router Admin Login
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Empires Perform ‘Silverfire’ on Vocalo’s Live from Studio 10

Since they started, Chicago's Empires have been committed to a DIY approach to music. That, and their hard work ethic has nurtured their impressive output of anthemic rock albums. It’s these factors that have been the key to the band's steady climb to success.
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Bring Your Ray Gun Performs ‘Break It Off’ for Chicago Singles Club

Chicago’s four piece dance-punk band Bring Your Ray Gun always brings the party you can’t miss. This week on Live Music Thursday, Chicago Singles Club presents Bring Your Ray Gun at The Empty Bottle where they perform their track ‘Break It Off.’
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Spoon Performs ‘Rainy Taxi’ on Sound Opinions

After a few years on break exploring other projects, Austin rock band Spoon is back. This week on Live Music Thursday, Spoon performs ‘Rainy Taxi’ from their 2014 critically acclaimed album They Want My Soul.
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Tweedy Perform ‘Flowering’ on Sound Opinions

In June of 2014, Spencer Tweedy (drums) joined his father Jeff Tweedy and company to create their new musical endeavor simply titled Tweedy.
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The Both Perform ‘No Sir’ on Sound Opinions

Seasoned musicians Aimee Mann and Ted Leo started playing as The Both in 2013. The duo is a match made in heaven complete with rock and roll harmonies. This week on Live Music Thursday, The Both perform ‘No Sir’ on Sound Opinions.
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Angel Olsen Performs ‘Lights Out’ on Sound Opinions

Folk and indie rock singer and guitarist Angel Olsen has an impressive résumé, having worked with Bonnie “Prince” Billy and The Cairo Gang and collaborated with Tim Kinsella (Cap’n Jazz) and LeRoy Bach (Wilco). Her haunting voice and poetic lyrics fill the room and stick with you.
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Benjamin Booker Performs 'Have You Seen My Son?' on Sound Opinions

Based in New Orleans, Benjamin Booker is the next big artist you need to know. He plays a raw blend of garage rock, blues, and soul. This week on Live Music Thursday, Benjamin Booker performs 'Have You Seen My Son?' from his self-titled album on Sound Opinions.
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Kelis performs Jerk Ribs on Sound Opinions

Kelis performs her song Jerk Ribs from the album Food on Sound Opinions. This is episode one of season three of the Live Music Thursday podcast.
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M&O ‘Jimmy Savannah’ on Vocalo’s Live from Studio 10

M&O, AKA Milo and Otis, from Chicago, Illinois play fresh R&B that’s been appropriately called “Adventure Soul.” This week on Live Music Thursday, M&O performs ‘Jimmy Savannah’ from their album Almost Us on Vocalo’s Live from Studio 10.
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Pelican performs ‘Immutable Dusk’ on Sound Opinions

Pelican is a post-metal band from Des Plaines, Illinois.
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Secret Colours perform ‘It Can’t Be Simple’ on Vocalo

Secret Colours is a local Chicago music collective that has its roots in rock. Since they formed in 2010, not only have there been changes to the individuals involved with the collective, but their music has also evolved, branching out from their roots to develop more creative and unique sounds.
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Allen Toussaint performs ‘Old Records’ on Sound Opinions

New Orleans’ musician Allen Toussaint has been an influential figure as a pianist and vocalist, composer, arranger, and record producer. Since the 60’s, he has written hits for New Orleans R&B artists, as well as songs popularized by artists such as The Rolling Stone, Otis Redding, and The Who.
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Rodrigo y Gabriela perform 'Santo Domingo' on Sound Opinions

Rodrigo y Gabriela are a duo from Mexico City who have been performing together since 2001. Rodrigo y Gabriela bring together elements of nuevo flamenco, jazz, and metal on classical guitars. The duo demonstrates hypnotizing finger work for Sound Opinions at Goose Island Barrel House.
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Nightmares On Wax perform 'Be, I Do' at a WBEZ High Fidelity Music Series concert

George Evelyn has been making music as Nightmares On Wax for 25 years. As one of the creators of trip-hop, he knows how to create a very specific vibe. He brought that vibe to WBEZ's studios last winter for a High Fidelity Music Series concert.
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Courtney Barnett performs 'Avant Gardener' at WBEZ High Fidelity Music Series concert

The Melbourne, Australia band Courtney Barnett and the Courtney Barnetts performed their first show in the United States in 2014 at WBEZ's studios for a High Fidelity Music Series show.
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Deltron 3030 perform 'City Rising From The Ashes' on Sound Opinions

In the season two premiere of Live Music Thursday, we present the hip-hop fantasy supergroup Deltron 3030 (including Del The Funky Homosapien, Dan The Automator and Kid Koala) performing their song "City Rising From The Ashes" in a session for Sound Opinions.
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Moonface performs 'Barbarian' and 'Barbarian II' at WBEZ

Spencer Krug performed 'Barbarian' and 'Barbarian II' from his new Moonface album, "Julia with Blue Jeans On" in WBEZ's studios recently.
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Moonface performs 'Julia with Blue Jeans On' at WBEZ

Spencer Krug performed the title track off his new Moonface album, "Julia with Blue Jeans On" in WBEZ's studios recently. Jesse Menendez of Vocalo joined him for a short interview before Spencer played our Steinway grand piano.
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Parquet Courts perform "Stoned and Starving" on Sound Opinions

The New York post-punk band brought their hook-filled tunes to Lincoln Hall this summer for a special Sound Opinions taping. Here's an extended version of their hit single "Stoned and Starving".
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Caroline Smith and the Good Night Sleeps perform "Half About Being A Woman" on WBEZ's Morning Shift

Minnesotan singer-songwriter Caroline Smith recently brought her soulful sounds to WBEZ's Morning Shift. Here she's joined by her band The Good Night Sleeps for the Muscle Shoals-sounding song "Half About Being A Woman."
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Tal National perform 'Kaani' on WBEZ's Worldview

Tal National is a band from Niamey, the capital of Niger. Their music combines Saharan and West African sounds with upbeat guitars. The band’s newest album, Kaani, is a combination of original compositions and new arrangements of traditional West African folk music.
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Bomba Estereo perform 'Pa' Respirar' at a WBEZ High Fidelity concert

A few months back the Colombian "electro tropical" band Bomba Estéreo performed an acoustic set for WBEZ's High Fidelity Music Series. Here's a captivating version of their single "Pa' Respirar."
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Ben Sollee performs "Unfinished" at a WBEZ High Fidelity concert

Ben Sollee is a cellist from Kentucky with a special gift for translating his instrument into a rock style like Ben Folds or Andrew Bird. He performed in the WBEZ studios in the most recent season of our High Fidelity Music Series. This is his single, "Unfinished."
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Ssssnake performs "The War" on WBEZ's Morning Shift

This week's podcast features the ssssounds of Ssssnake, aka former Chicagoan Noah Tabakin. His old band, Dead Rider, is on the harsher, and at times scarier tip.
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Savages perform "Shut Up" on Sound Opinions

The exciting new band Savages perform live at Lincoln Hall in Chicago for Sound Opinions. The entire session will be available to watch soon, but enjoy this performance of the song "Shut Up" now.
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Arcade Fire perform "Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains) on Sound Opinions

As Arcade Fire prep their new album for release, we revisit the band's visit to Sound Opinions with this performance of "Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)."
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Cheap Trick perform "Surrender" on Sound Opinions

Rockford's finest visited the WBEZ studios to talk about the 35th anniversary of their landmark album "Live at Budokan" on Sound Opinions. Hear the conversation with Cheap Trick on this week's episode of Sound Opinions. For now, enjoy this video of the band performing their classic hit, "Surrender."
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Caroline Rose performs "America Religious" on WBEZ's Morning Shift

Caroline Rose of Burlington, Vermont performs America Religious from the album of the same name.
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Wild Belle perform "Another Girl" on Sound Opinions

The trip-hop/reggae/soul of Wild Belle is back for another week on the Live Music Thursday podcast. This song didn't make it into their episode of Sound Opinions, but it's a soulful rave-up that will stop you in your tracks. This is "Another Girl."
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Kurt Vile performs Baby's Arms on Sound Opinions

By popular demand, here's another video from Kurt Vile's recent Sound Opinions session. This is his hit single from Smoke Ring For My Halo- Baby's Arms.
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Wild Belle perform "Love Like This" on Sound Opinions

At the core of Wild Belle’s breezy pop and trip hop is an intense bond between brother-sister musicians Elliot and Natalie Bergman. That's front and center on this performance of their song "Love Like This" from the band's Sound Opinions session.
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JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound perform "Before You Die" in the High Fidelity Music Series

Another song from the Chicago post-punk soul band's High Fidelity Music Series show. This week we bring you a track from the just-released album, Howl- "Before You Die."
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JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound perform "Baaadnews" in the High Fidelity Music Series

The Chicago post-punk soul band performed in WBEZ's High Fidelity Music Series in December. Though they made their name covering Wilco's "I Am Trying To Break Your Heart," the group is really at its best in party mode.
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Billy Bragg performs "Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key"

The legendary British troubadour was on WBEZ's Afternoon Shift recently and appropriately performed "Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key" from his collaboration with Wilco, Mermaid Avenue.
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Mucca Pazza perform "The Fox Hunt" on Navy Pier

When you have Mucca Pazza performing, it's a special occasion. When the sprawling marching band performed on The Morning Shift, we asked them to stick around and play a song in our public studio for the denizens of Navy Pier.
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Kurt Vile performs Never Run Away on Sound Opinions

Philly's favorite son wears his psychedelic troubadour hat for this solo performance of the song "Never Run Away" from his new album, Wakin On A Pretty Daze, on this week's Sound Opinions.
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Black Prairie perform Do You Believe at the High Fidelity Music Series

The Decemberists' side project perform their song Do You Believe? for the first time in concert. It was part of "The Storm In The Barn," a project commissioned by the Oregon Children's Theater.
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Jacco Gardner performs Clear The Air on WBEZ

Jacco Gardner performed yesterday on the Morning Shift. Here’s the baroque pop by way of the Netherlands on “Clear The Air.”
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Black Prairie perform How Do You Ruin Me at WBEZ High Fidelity Music Series

Portland's Black Prairie performed in our studios a few months ago for our High Fidelity members. This song came midway in the set and features beautiful harmony vocals and a nice use of the zither.
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Black Prairie perform Rock of Ages at WBEZ High Fidelity Music Series

This week on the podcast we bring you another song from our Black Prairie concert. This time the rootsy, homespun side project of The Decemberists perform their original tune, "Rock of Ages."
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Black Prairie perform Richard Manuel at WBEZ High Fidelity Music Series

Members of Black Prairie may be more well-known for their work with other projects (The Decemberist, Portlandia), but they certainly seem most comfortable playing the rootsy, homespun tunes of their side project.
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The dBs perform Neverland on Sound Opinions

The legendary power pop band The dB's are on Sound Opinions this week. For their session they played a number of songs from their recent release, but closed things out with this version of "Neverland" from the 1982 album "Repercussion."
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Ty Segall performs You're The Doctor on Sound Opinions at Lincoln Hall

Prolific California garage-rocker Ty Segall and his band were on Sound Opinions a few months back. Here's one of the best songs from their performance, recorded in front of a live audience at Chicago's Lincoln Hall.
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Cloud Nothings perform Fall In at WBEZ

Our High Fidelity Music Series was lucky to have Cloud Nothings perform for us last fall. Here's their single, "Fall In."
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Aimee Mann performs Save Me on Sound Opinions

This weekend Aimee Mann is the guest on Sound Opinions. What better song to share on the Thursday that Oscar nominations are announced than her own nominated song, Save Me from the Magnolia soundtrack? None better, I say.
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Lydia Loveless performs 'Steve Earle' on Sound Opinions

Another great video from Lydia Loveless' Sound Opinions session. This one is the song about a stalker that she imagines in alt-country hero Steve Earle.
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Lydia Loveless performs Chris Isaak on Sound Opinions

There's a chance that Ohio native Lydia Loveless could have been the next Carrie Underwood. That's what the producer of her first album, The Only Man.
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Van Hunt performs 'The Savage, Sincere L of P' on Sound Opinions

R&B maverick Van Hunt brought his band into our studios recently and did a scorching set of five songs mostly from his recent "What Were You Hoping For?" album. This video is of a B-side from that album, "The Savage, Sincere L of P."
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Judson Claiborne perform 'Doula' on Eight Forty-Eight

Monday on Eight Forty-Eight we were joined by Chris Salveter and Ryan Boyles of the indie folk four-piece, Judson Claiborne, before the band set out on their East Coast tour.
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The Shins perform 'New Slang' on Sound Opinions

As summer peeks around the corner, I can't think of a more fitting song to listen to than The Shins' "New Slang." Even if it doesn't change your life, maybe it'll change your summer. Here's James Mercer performing the song on Sound Opinions.