Live From The Artists Den: The National

WEDNESDAY, 4/16 at 9pm EST -- The soaring, majestic Drill Hall in New York's historic Park Avenue Armory provides an awe-inspiring setting for the National's taping for Live From The Artists Den. Set includes songs from their latest album, 'Trouble Will Find Me', and past hits "Fake Empire", "Bloodbuzz Ohio", and "Terrible Love".

CMT Crossroads: OneRepublic & Dierks Bentley

SATURDAY, 4/19 at 9pm EST -- Pop-rock band OneRepublic and country star Dierks Bentley join together for the first time on stage for the latest installment of CMT Crossroads. OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder and Bentley merge musical styles on high energy renditions of their hits such as "Counting Stars" and "Up On The Ridge", as well as a compelling cover of U2's "Pride (Name Of Love)".

Live From The Artists Den: The Killers

WEDNESDAY, 4/23 at 9pm EST -- The Killers perform from Capitale in the heart of Chinatown in New York City for The Artists Den. Set includes hits that cross their multi-platinum catalogue, including "Mr. Brightside", "When You Were Young", and "Human".


SATURDAY, 4/26 at 11pm EST -- Telling harsh truths about the modern music business, Artifact gives intimate access to singer/actor Jared Leto and his band, Thirty Seconds To Mars, as they battle their label in a brutal lawsuit and record their album 'This Is War'. The film is a true artifact of our times, as its subjects struggle with big questions over art, money, and integrity.

Live From The Artists Den: Ed Sheeran

WEDNESDAY, 4/30 at 9pm EST -- Ed Sheeran performs at The New York Society For Ethical Culture on Manhattan's Upper West Side for The Artists Den. Set includes songs from his acclaimed debut album such as "The A Team", "You Need Me, I Don't Need You" and many more.

The Rise and Fall Of The Clash: The Untold Story

SATURDAY, 5/3 at 9pm EST -- The definitive biography explores the evolution of punk icons, The Clash, from their early days gigging at small clubs in London in the Seventies, to their famed run at Bond's International Casino in Times Square in 1981, to their downward spiral after their legendary Shea Stadium concert in 1982. Their shocking story is the ultimate rock 'n' roll tragedy and has never been told before until now.