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globalFEST 2009: Live Webcast from Webster Hall

January 11, 2009 at 7PM on WNYC2 HD and Internet Radio

Monday, December 15, 2008

Listen Now: Windows 96k | MP3 128k

WNYC and NPR Music present a live webcast of globalFEST 2009, the annual showcase that provides a "sneak peek" at global musicians on the verge of international fame. This year's event features 12 international musical artists on three separate stages. WNYC's coverage includes a pre-show feature at 6PM, followed by the concert at 7PM with hosts David Garland, Banning Eyre, and Rob Weisberg reporting from all three stages.

globalFEST 2009 Webcast Line-up

The Grand Ballroom The Studio The Marlin Room
Hot 8 Brass Band
Hot 8 Brass Band
7:00pm - 7:45pm
artist website
Occidental Brothers Dance Band International
Occidental Brothers
7:10pm - 8:10pm
artist website
Shanbehzadeh Ensemble
Shanbehzadeh Ensemble
7:20pm - 8:10pm
artist website
La Troba Kung Fu
La Troba Kung Fu
8:05pm - 8:50pm
artist website
 
Tanya Tagaq
Tanya Tagaq
8:30pm - 9:30pm
artist website
 
L&O
L&O
8:30pm - 9:20pm
Kailash Kher's Kailasa
Kailash Kher's Kailasa
9:10pm - 9:55pm
artist website
Chicha Libre
Chicha Libre
9:50pm - 10:50pm
artist website
Marcio Local
Márcio Local
9:40pm - 10:30pm
artist website
Femi Kuti & the Positive Force
Femi Kuti & the
Positive Force

10:25pm - 11:10pm
artist website
Watcha Clan
Watcha Clan
11:10pm - 12:10am
artist website
Calypso Rose
Calypso Rose
10:50pm - 11:40pm
artist website

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