Live From the Artists Den

Crowded House

Season 1, Episode 10 of 13

One of the most beloved pop-rock bands of the '80s and '90s, Crowded House formed in Australia before achieving global success with their massive 1987 hit, "Don't Dream It's Over." The group went on to produce five albums that won them a devoted following across the globe. The magnificent Masonic Hall Grand Lodge was the dramatic setting for a dramatic event: the first Crowded House concert in New York since the legendary band reformed after more than a decade apart. The hall's enormous, brightly painted pipe organ opened this special show celebrating the release of the band's first new album since 1993, Time on Earth, for a crowd of long-time fans who traveled from as far as New Zealand to attend.

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