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  • Lake Street Dive Announce New Tour Dates

    Lake Street Dive Announce New Tour Dates

    Lake Street Dive has announced a new set of tour dates that will take them into 2019. After covering the Northeast in November, the trek will head down the East Coast through the Carolinas and into Florida. The band, which is anchored by bass great Bridget Kearney, is touring in support of their latest album,... »

  • Lake Street Dive with NEC Gospel Ensemble: What I’m Doing Here

    Lake Street Dive with NEC Gospel Ensemble: What I’m Doing Here

    The members of Lake Street Dive met in the early 2000’s at the New England Conservatory. NEC had the group visit the campus as part of the conservatory’s ongoing concert series, in support of the band’s new album, Free Yourself Up. Here’s the group – featuring once again the terrific bass lines and backing vocals... »

  • Lake Street Dive: Baby Don’t Leave Me Alone With My Thoughts

    Lake Street Dive: Baby Don’t Leave Me Alone With My Thoughts

    Lake Street Dive is back with another live performance of a tune from their new album, Free Yourself Up. Here’s “Baby Don’t Leave Me Alone With My Thoughts”, once again featuring the great bass lines by Bridget Kearney. »

  • Lake Street Dive: Hang On (Live)

    Lake Street Dive: Hang On (Live)

    I’m digging Lake Street Dive’s new album, Free Yourself Up. I’m also digging the videos they’re putting out there in support of it. Here’s the band – with the always excellent Bridget Kearney on bass – performing a live version of “Hang On.” »

  • Lake Street Dive: Call Off Your Dogs

    Lake Street Dive: Call Off Your Dogs

    Lake Street Dive has a new album out, and we’re seeing a ton of great videos from the band lately. This one was recorded last month at The Sheen Center. While the tune is from the band’s 2016 album, Side Pony, we couldn’t resist sharing it. Bridget Kearney does it all on this one: killer,... »

  • Lake Street Dive’s “Free Yourself Up” Now Available

    Lake Street Dive’s “Free Yourself Up” Now Available

    Groove master Bridget Kearney and Lake Street Dive have released Free Yourself Up, a 10-song album described as their most intimate and collaborative record to date. The band self-produced it at Goosehead Palace Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. “This album is based in the realities in our time, which have inevitably become part of everyone’s daily... »

  • Lake Street Dive: Live at Paste Studio NYC

    Lake Street Dive: Live at Paste Studio NYC

    Lake Street Dive visited Paste’s Studio in New York recently and performed three tunes from their upcoming album, Free Yourself Up, which drops on May 4th. The band, which includes bassist Bridget Kearney performs “Good Kisser” (0:52), “I Can Change” (11:37), and “Shame, Shame, Shame” (19:04). »

  • Lake Street Dive: Good Kisser (Live)

    Lake Street Dive: Good Kisser (Live)

    Good news! Lake Street Dive’s new album, Free Yourself Up, is releasing on May 4th. Even better, we get a sneak peek with this new video from the band performing the track “Good Kisser” live. As always, Bridget Kearney masterfully handles the bass and backing vocals. The album is . »

  • Lake Street Dive: Godawful Things

    Lake Street Dive: Godawful Things

    Here’s another great clip from Lake Street Dive’s 2016 Bose Better Sound Session. The tune, “Godawful Things,” starts with some lyrical bass playing by Bridget Kearney before the band kicks it into gear. »

  • Lake Street Dive: Mistakes

    Lake Street Dive: Mistakes

    Back in 2016, Lake Street Dive hit the Bose studios to record a session. This clip of “Mistakes” features a solid groove by bassist Bridget Kearney, who also contributes backing vocals. »