National Public Radio is giving audiences another chance to experience up-and-coming jazz artist Ala.Ni live and for free.
Ala.Ni recently stopped by NPR’s studios to perform in house as part of the network’s Tiny Desk concert series. She was joined by guitarist Marvin Dolly for the intimate performance. The concert was in support of her new album You & I, which NPR recently made available to stream in full on its First Listen.
Ala.Ni’s new performance comes not long after she sat down for an interview on NPR’s World Café. That interview included a live performance by Ala.Ni at the 2017 NonCommvention at WXPN in Philadelphia.
Host David Dye discussed Ala.Ni’s new album during the program along with the influence of her life on the album’s songs. That interview is streaming online here.
Ala.Ni will hit the road this fall in support of her new album beginning Oct. 18 in Asbury Park, NJ. The tour’s current schedule includes performances Asheville, NC; Annapolis, MD; Cambridge, Massachusetts and other cities nationwide. The tour’s current schedule is noted below.
More information on Ala.Ni’s upcoming tour, new album and more is available online now along with her latest news at:
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