SOUNDGARDEN's appearance on the PBS concert program "Live From The Artist's Den" will premiere the week of July 11. A crew from the Emmy-nominated series filmed SOUNDGARDEN's February 17 concert at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles, the last gig of a three-night stand there, with that night's set featuring 28 songs from all eras of the band's career.
A performance clip of the song "A Thousand Days Before" from the SOUNDGARDEN episode of "Live From The Artist's Den" can be seen below.
Season 6 of "Live From The Artists Den", which pairs world-class musicians with unique venues to create intimate, once-in-a-lifetime concerts, premiered nationwide on American public television the week of July 1.
In front of a rapturous crowd, SOUNDGARDEN interwove brand new songs with classics, radio hits with rarities never before performed for a live audience. Over a varied set, they showcased their history, dazzled with their musicianship and captured the imaginations of everyone in the room.
SOUNDGARDEN has been touring in support of "King Animal", its first album of new material since 1996.
The disc was released last November and features the singles "Been Away Too Long" and "By Crooked Steps". The video for the latter song has been directed by Dave Grohl.
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