What to expect...

Levi’s® Craft Of Music is back in 2011, and there is plenty in store. Beginning with the first gig, featuring The Joy Formidable and Rox, on March 11th.

The first run of Levi’s® Craft Of Music acoustic sessions kicked off on Tuesday 17th August 2010 with Chilly Gonzales and thecocknbullkid performing in the 'Origin' space at their flagship Regents Street store in London.

The Live Sessions then continued with six sessions in total over two weeks with appearances by The Magic Numbers, Lissie, Beardyman, Steve Mason and Carl Barat.

All this prolific musical output resulted in some titillating content, and you can check out all the Clash coverage below, with all of the performances captured at the sessions by visiting the artists' video hub pages:

Chilly Gonzales and thecocknbullkid video hub page
The Magic Numbers and Summer Camp video hub page
Lissie and The Brute Chorus video hub page
Steve Mason and James Yuill video hub page
Beardyman and Bass Clef video hub page
Carl Barat video hub page

Below you can find the full list of Clash's coverage of the sessions with reviews, photo galleries and live perfromnce clips.

Week One

Chilly Gonzales and thecocknbullkid:
Read a live review of the night
View a photo gallery from the session
Watch the pair perform Rui Da Silva's 'Touch Me'

The Magic Numbers and Summer Camp:
Read a review from the session
View a photo gallery from the session
Watch The Magic Numbers perform 'A Start With No Ending'

Lissie and The Brute Chorus
Read a live review of the Lissie and The Brute Chorus' session
Photo gallery of Lissie and The Brute Chorus performing
Watch Lissie perform 'Everywhere I Go'

Week Two:

Steve Mason and James Yuill
Read a review from Steve Mason and James Yuill's session
View a photo gallery from the session
Watch Steve Mason perform 'Am I Just A Man'


Beardyman and Bass Clef
View a photo gallery of Bass Clef and Beardyman from the session
Read a live review from the Beardyman/Bass Clef session
Watch a video of Beardyman doing his thing for Levi's.
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