Andrew Bird and Jimbo Mathus, Brian Fallon, Squirrel Flower, More Come to Protect Live Music Archive

Plus, rewatch performances byProtect Live Music Livestream Archive, together PANGEA, The Ballroom Thieves, and Hounds

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Brian Fallon, Andrew Bird, and Squirrel Flower

    Consequence’s Protect Live Music Livestream Archive continues to expand today, bringing more performances from our relaunch benefit event for you to revisit. We’re rolling out new on-demand archival content every week, and May 26th features six fresh videos.

    Back together for their new collaborative album These 13, Andrew Bird and Jimbo Mathus took to the fields for their rendition of the Squirrel Nut Zippers classic “Train on Fire”, exclusively for PLM. Other footage part of the latest PLM Archive release includes performances from Brian Fallon, together PANGEA, Squirrel Flower, Hounds, and The Ballroom Thieves.

    To access the archives, simply sign up using your email address. If you already signed up to catch the full Protect Live Music livestream event, you can use that same login information to watch the archival performances.


    Taking place on April 9th-10th, 2021, the original event saw all proceeds from our Protect Live Music merch line being donated to NIVA to support their fight for independent venues across the country. Even now, a portion of proceeds continue to go to NIVA — as they always have. Browse the collection at the Consequence Shop, or check out the virtual merch table on the PLM Archive.

    You can also donate to NIVA directly here.

    Make sure to check back every Wednesday as we continue rolling out new archival videos from the likes of Rodrigo y Gabriela, PUP, Lady Lamb, Lucero, Slothrust, Turkuaz, TEKE::TEKE, and others.

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