Live From The Artists Den: Ringo Starr With Ben Harper And Relentless 7
Airs Friday, November 11, 2011 at 11 p.m. on KPBS TV
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
LIVE FROM THE ARTISTS DEN showcases stellar musical performances in extraordinary settings. Filmed in high definition, each episode features an intimate, invitation-only concert by cutting-edge musicians.
The innovative series breaks away from the confines of the conventional studio set by unveiling a new, unexpected venue in every episode. The musicians often play a role in picking the stage for these memorable events, which frequently inspire new renditions of songs and special set lists.
All songs feature Ringo Starr with Ben Harper and Relentless7 unless otherwise noted.
“Photograph” with special guest Joan Osborne
“Walk With You”
“I Wanna Be Your Man”
“Walk Away” – Ben Harper
“Morning Yearning” – Ben Harper and Relentless7
“Faithfully Remain” – Ben Harper and Relentless7
“Up to You Now” – Ben Harper and Relentless7
“The Other Side of Liverpool”
“It Don’t Come Easy”
“Boys” with special guest Joan Osborne
“With a Little Help From My Friends” with special guest Joan Osborne
Since beginning his career with The Beatles in the 1960s, Ringo Starr has been one of the world’s brightest musical luminaries. He has enjoyed a successful and dynamic solo career as a singer, songwriter, drummer, and active musical collaborator.
Ben Harper is one of music’s most innovative modern bluesmen and an internationally recognized concert draw. Bolstered by his new band, Relentless7, he is now considered among his generation’s essential voices.
In the Egyptian wing of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Artists Den hosted a once-in-a-lifetime concert pairing music legend Ringo Starr with modern folk-funk master Ben Harper and Relentless7. As an added surprise, singer-songwriter Joan Osborne sang backing vocals on selected songs, including “With a Little Help From My Friends.”
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