• East Tennessee PBS Studios (map)
  • 1611 East Magnolia Avenue
  • Knoxville, TN, 37917
  • United States



Guitarist Bobby Broom cut his teeth performing with the likes of Sonny Rollins, Miles Davis, Art Blakey, and Dr. John and has amassed a substantial body of work as a leader over the years. Broom formed his latest group Organi-Sation in 2014 at the request of Steely Dan, who then took the band on as the opening act for their “Jam a Lot Ever After” North American tour of 52 cities.  The Organi-Sation is scheduled to release their first recording, Soul Fingers, in October of 2018.   Produced by legendary drummer/producer, Steve Jordan (John Mayer, Keith Richards, Sheryl Crow, Robert Cray), Soul Fingers, finds Broom revisiting his childhood soundtrack in a variety of rhythmic grooves and instrumental textures. 

Live at Lucille’s brings the tradition of exciting and innovative PBS music programming right here to East Tennessee. Featuring local, regional and national jazz artists performing in an intimate setting, these shows will be taped in front of a live audience at East Tennessee PBS’ studios near downtown Knoxville. Tapings will begin in September and the recorded programs will begin airing on East Tennessee PBS in 2019. WUOT will air the audio during segments of it's Improvisations broadcast.

Space is very limited, with fewer than 100 seats available for each taping session. Tickets are available only as a package. We may make single event tickets available at a later date depending on availability after the initial offering.