ESPN Music: Lenny Kravitz

Want to see Lenny Kravitz and Sting at "AT&T Playoff Playlist Live," but can't make it to Dallas?

No problem -- ESPN Music has got you covered! We're streaming Saturday and Sunday's concerts live, right here.

Saturday's live stream of Lenny Kravitz with special guests Keri Hillson and Vintage Trouble starts at 7 p.m. ET (6 p.m. CT).

Sunday's live stream of Sting with special guest Echosmith will start at 8:30 p.m. ET (7:30 p.m. CT).

The links for both shows will posted here at ESPN Music shortly before both shows begin, so you can settle in and enjoy the music.

The streams won't be archived, so you'll need to tune in live. But since the concerts are also being streamed on ESPN3, you'll be able to check out the performances on all Watch ESPN platforms, wherever you are and with any device -- on your computer, smart phones or tablet, or using Xbox 360, Xbox 1, AppleTV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV or Roku.

See you back here Saturday and Sunday night!

Music from ESPN's NBA coverage

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Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN’s NBA programming, along with links to the artists’ websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Lenny Kravitz: "I’m a Believer" from the “Strut” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Aloe Blacc: "The Man, Wake Me Up, and Can You Do This" from the “Lift Your Spirit” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Mark Morrison: "Return of the Mack" from the “Return of the Mack” EP (iTunes | Amazon)

Imagine Dragons: "I Bet My Life" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

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Flo Rida: "GDFR" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

Vintage Trouble: "Run Like the River" from the “The Bomb Shelter Sessions” album.
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Pitbull: "Celebrate" from the "Penguins of Madagascar" motion picture soundtrack. (iTunes | Amazon)

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Flo Rida: "GDFR" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

Kid Cudi: "Up Up and Away" from the "Man on the Moon: The End of Day" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Tim McGraw featured on ESPN this month

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Tim McGrawMat Hayward/Getty ImagesTim McGraw's new album, "Sundown Heaven Town," is due to be released Sept. 16.

Here's a list of music featured on ESPN this month, along with links to the artists' websites and links for you to download and buy the artists' songs and/or albums:

Tim McGraw: "Keep On Truckin" and "Overrated" from the "Sundown Heaven Town" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Lenny Kravitz: "Strut" from the "Strut" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Wiz Khalifa: "We Dem Boyz" from the "Blacc Hollywood" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Delux: "Alarma" and "Communication" from the "$" album. (iTunes | Amazon)


Lenny Kravitz featured in Open coverage

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Lenny Kravitz wasn't talking about tennis when he titled his first album "Let Love Rule." But that debut, released 24 years ago next month, kicked off a memorable rock music career that's still going strong.

Monday night at the U.S. Open, Kravitz is expected to perform one of his signature hits, "Are You Gonna Go My Way," as the tournament holds its opening ceremonies at Arthur Ashe Stadium. His music will be highlighted during ESPN's coverage of the tournament over the next two weeks.

Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN's U.S. Open programming, links to the artists' websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

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"Are You Gonna Go My Way," "Believe," "Spinning Around Over You" and "Work Like The Devil" from the "Are You Gonna Go My Way (20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)" album. (iTunes | Amazon)


"Fly Away" and "American Woman" from the “Lenny Kravitz: Greatest Hits” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

"Dig In" from the "Lenny" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Smallpools: "Dreaming" from the “Smallpools- EP” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

The Rival: "Run Run" from the "The Rival" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Thirty Seconds To Mars: "Do or Die" from the "Love Lust Faith + Dreams" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Aerosmith, Lenny Kravitz pen NFL anthems

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The NFL and Pepsi today announced the expansion of the Pepsi NFL Anthems program with two new songs.

Lenny Kravitz penned “Like a Jet” for the team he grew up cheering for in New York, and Aerosmith, staunch supporters of the New England Patriots, have released an anthem titled “Legendary Child -- Patriots Anthem.”

The new tracks are available for free download here, and join originally created anthems by Kid Rock (Detroit Lions), Kelly Clarkson (Dallas Cowboys), Ice Cube (Oakland Raiders) Travie McCoy (New York Giants), as well as a Wiz Khalifa remix of “Black and Yellow” (Pittsburgh Steelers).

Take a listen to Lenny Kravitz:



And Aerosmith.

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