Singer-songwriter Nicole Atkins welcomed Variety and a film crew into her Nashville universe on the latest “Live From My Den,” playing a solid set of songs from her latest album and doing a very entertaining interview from the city’s Sometimes studio. In it, the New Jersey-bred singer shows off her impressive range and the delicate arrangements of much of her new material, particularly “Captain,” which is taken from Atkins’ most recent album: It originally appeared on 2020’s “Italian Ice” and was reimagined for her 2021 full-length “Memphis Ice.”

The third season of “Live From My Den” feature a wide range of top artists and rising stars, including Pinegrove who released their video of “Iodine” in the first episode, Justin Quiles’ “Loco” in episode two, and synth-pop duo Magdalena Bay. Three episodes were filmed in iconic Hard Rock locations across the country (The Guitar Hotel at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood, and Hard Rock Cafe New Orleans) with intimate live audiences of fans. In the Creative Tour segment, artists offer a peek into their artistic spaces and processes, including tours of their homes, recording studios, album artwork, or even their favorite restaurants.

With support from Fujifilm, a group of seven aspiring image-makers has been selected for the exclusive opportunity to learn first-hand — from the Artists Den production team — how an episode of “Live From My Den” is made. They will be given time with the crew to ask questions, receive hands-on training with Fujifilm X Series and GFX System cameras and lenses, and get a chance to experience the inner workings of a multi-camera production live.

Perhaps most importantly, each episode of “Live From My Den” highlights a local charity organization important to the artist, to be promoted via donation links and targeted messaging. In this uncertain time, as we work through the complexities of living in a post-pandemic world, Artists Den and its partners are excited to give back to the community through Delivering Good, an organization uniting retailers, manufacturers, foundations, and individuals to support people affected by poverty and tragedy, including those displaced from their homes due to the conflict in Ukraine. For more information, or to make a donation, please visit

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