We have added a handful more shows Into The Vault for your weekend viewing needs. Nothing says Happy Mother’s Day like a full set of improv featuring Joshua Redman (From The Hip) from January 28th, 2016 in Madison, Wisconsin.
Photo by Keith Griner
April 23, 2020
Please remember to revisit The Vault as new shows continue to be added. With over fifteen new offerings, we have reached back nine years to our “celebratory” stop in Austin in 2011.
More to come!
April 17, 2020
Archives exist because there’s something that can’t necessarily be articulated. Something is said in the gaps between all the information.
– Taryn Simon
With nearly 2,500 shows in the rear view mirror, the archives continue to grow at a rapid pace. It is often hard to find time to look back when so much awaits in the present and future. But as a break in touring presents itself, we are pleased to glance over the shoulder and journey Into The Vault with a new video rental platform.
Kicking off the exploration is a look back at the five-night New Year’s Run as 2014 gave way to 2015 at the Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia. This run truly had a little bit of everything with original and cover debuts, horns, a mini acoustic set, and even a band in bathrobes. Seemed like a good idea at the time.
While these five shows encapsulate a memorable highlight from the archive, this is only the beginning. We are slated to add a pile of new dates from the vault in the near future, available on demand on the device of your choice. All shows are just $5.99 (some discounted bundles will be available) and have a seven-day viewing window from the time of purchase.
With more time to reflect than usual, we look forward to looking back with you and reliving some experiences together. Remember, objects in your rear view may be closer than they appear.