"Live from the Artists Den" is a three-time New York Emmy-nominated music television series that features popular recording artists performing in non-traditional settings throughout North America. Live from the Artists Den broadcasts nationally on public television (now in its 10th season) and internationally in the United Kingdom, Latin America, China, Japan, Germany, New Zealand, and Canada. Featured artists have included Adele, Mumford and Sons, Tim McGraw, Ed Sheeran, Zac Brown Band, Imagine Dragons, Norah Jones, Soundgarden, Vampire Weekend, Kid Rock, Robert Plant, The Fray, Elvis Costello, The National, Ringo Starr, Death Cab for Cutie, and Alabama Shakes. Featured venues have included Graceland, the first art museum in America, a Masonic temple, a former Archdiocese cathedral, a 1930s silent movie theater, the world's oldest merchant sailing vessel, the New York Public Library, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A full listing of previously featured artists, TV episodes, and venues can be viewed at www.artistsden.com.
Live CDs, DVDs, and digital downloads of Artists Den performances can be purchased online via iTunes and the Artists Den website. On August 3, 2015, the Artists Den announced its first cinema release, Artists Den Presents alt-j, in partnership with Fathom Events. The one-night cinema event premiered in U.S. cinemas on September 2, 2015 and featured the U.K. rock band's full-length Artists Den performance at the Hollywood American Legion, plus exclusive interviews and an introduction from the band.
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Live from the Artists Den - Torre Catalano - Netflix
Torre Catalano is an American film producer, director and writer better known for his documentary film Mayor of Strawberry Fields and the music video Yes We Can. He also produced and directed a short film for Katy Perry. Catalano founded the production company The Colors You Like with Grammy-Nominated Producer Billy Mann.