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Hard Rock International to present Artist Den’s ‘Live from My Den’

Partnering with Artists Den, Hard Rock International will bring back “Live from My Den” digital concert series for a second season. The series showcases artists performing live in creative spaces at their homes, studios, favorite cities and select Hard Rock locations.

The seven-episode series, presented by HRI, can be viewed on Variety.com and nationwide at viewing party events at select Hard Rock locations.

“From our live music stages to our renowned memorabilia collection, for over 50 years Hard Rock has been committed to giving artists a platform to showcase their talents and tell their stories,” Keith Sheldon, president of entertainment for HRI, said in a statement. “We are proud to partner with Artists Den to amplify these talented musicians’ voices and reinforce that music is core to Hard Rock’s DNA.”

Hard Rock lent memorabilia items from its collection to be used in the filming of episodes shot at Hard Rock Café locations. A customized Fender Rhodes piano, played by jazz great Chick Corea on the first Chick Corea Electric Band record and during his Return to Forever album world tour, is spotlighted in a special segment surrounding Cautious Clay’s episode filmed at Hard Rock Café in New York. A Dolly Parton dress, custom made by designer Trang Phung which she wore during interviews for her Blue Smoke Tour, is featured as a point of inspiration in a segment for Mickey Guyton’s episode, shot in the Reverb Room at Hard Rock Café in Nashville.

“Each show is a unique story and we’ve created a diverse and brilliant line-up to celebrate with Variety’s tastemaker audience. We are thrilled to have Hard Rock as our series partner, one of the most iconic brands in music entertainment,” Artists Den CEO/founder Mark Lieberman said in a statement.

Every episode of “Live from My Den” highlights a local charity organization important to the performing artist, to be promoted via donation links and targeted messaging. Hard Rock and Artists Den will give back to the community by working alongside Delivering Good, a non-profit uniting retailers, manufacturers, foundations and individuals to support people affected by poverty and tragedy. Through Delivering Good and in partnership with Grubhub, Hard Rock and Grubhub, will collectively donate gift cards and meals to agencies in need throughout the season.
Fans of the show will have an opportunity to have access to a limited promotion specifically focused on the Artists Den’s series during episode premieres.

Artists Den, founded in San Francisco as a non-traditional living room concert series, has evolved over the past decade into an internationally acclaimed showcase for premium concerts on TV and digital channels. Featured artists have included John Legend, Alabama Shakes, Ed Sheeran, Imagine Dragon, Lady Antebellum and others.

For information or to make a donation, visit delivering-good.org.

For information about the “Live from My Den” series and upcoming episodes, visit variety.com/t/live-from-my-den/.

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Beverly Bidney
Beverly Bidney has been a reporter and photographer for The Seminole Tribune since 2012. During her career, she has worked at various newspapers around the country including the Muskogee Phoenix in Oklahoma, Miami Herald, Associated Press, USA Today and other publications nationwide. A NAJA award winning journalist, she has covered just about everything over the years and is an advocate for a strong press. Contact her at beverlybidney@semtribe.com.
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