Explore the arts on Eight through these fascinating encounters with the most talented and creative artists living right here in our own community. Be inspired!
Arts Programming on Eight - January 2014
Live from Lincoln Center – 4/4 at 8pm
Breathtaking entertainer James Naughton performs the pop songs and film scores Randy Newman.
Real Mad Men & Women of Madison Avenue – 4/4 at 9pm
During the 1960s, a creative revolution took over the world of American advertising.
In Performance at the White House “Women of Soul” – 4/7 at 8pm
Aretha Franklin, Janelle Monae, Jill Scott and others perform songs by remarkable women of soul.
Independent Lens “Brothers Hypnotic – 4/7 at 11pm
The Chicago-based Hypnotic Brass Ensemble consists of eight sons of jazz trumpeter Phil Cohran.
Dave Clark Five- Glad All Over – 4/8 at 7pm
The group's iconic performances on The Ed Sullivan Show and live concert footage are showcased.
Live from Lincoln Center “Jason Isbell: Moving Forward”– 4/11 at 8pm
The Alabama songwriter creates a sound that stays true to his roots and cuts close to the bone.
Peter Pan from the Milwaukee Ballet – 4/18 at 8pm
Michael Pink's adaptation of J.M. Barrie's most famous work is performed by the Milwaukee Ballet.
Artbeat Nation – 5/4, 5/11, 5/18 & 5/25 at 5pm
Each week Eight showcases music, dance, theatre, literature and the visual arts with stories from all across America.
Austin City Limits: “Juanes / Jesse & Joy” – 5/3 at 11pm
The Colombian superstar performs a high-energy set and Mexico City's sibling duo sings their hits.
Austin City Limits: “Jack White” – 5/10 at 11pm
White Stripes leader Jack White performs in support of his solo album "Blunderbuss."
Austin City Limits: “Vampire Weekend / Grizzly Bear” – 5/17 at 11pm
The indie rockers play songs from "Modern Vampires of the City." Grizzly Bear highlights "Shields."
Austin City Limits: “Mumford & Sons / Flagging Molly” – 5/24 at 11pm
Contemporary folk rock takes the stage as Mumford and Sons and Flogging Molly perform great tunes.
Great Performances “Bob Dylan” – 5/30 at 8pm
A star-studded concert tribute to the American music icon features Tom Petty, Johnny Cash and more.
Big Band years – 5/31 at 7 pm
Nick Clooney and Peter Marshall host a nostalgic look at hit makers and songs of the 1930s and 40s.
Grateful Dead: Dead Ahead – 5/31 at 10:30pm
The eclectic rock band performs "Lost Sailor" and more tunes in Radio City Music Hall in 1980.
Arizona Artforms is a series of video portraits of the artists living among us, revealing the wonder of the creative process. The video portraits were rendered in 1989 and 1990 with the intention of de-mystifying the process of art and infusing the human element into the creation of icons and objects.
The series, produced by Eight-KAET, Phoenix, was written and directed by Sheilah Britton, photographed and edited by Richard Torruellas, and edited by Richard Torruellas, Ben Avechuco and Sheilah Britton.
The Arts on Arizona Horizon
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