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Posted: Aug 9, 2021 - 1:42pm

Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado live på Folk Å Rock i Malmö 2020-05-28, klippt version:

Efterbearbetad version av livestream med fler kameror, ny ljudmix och color graded.
Vill ni stödja artisterna, och Folk Å Rock så donera gärna till
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Posted: Jul 31, 2021 - 4:00pm

The Doors Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival East Afton Farm, Isle Of Wight, UK Sun. August 30, 1970

The last available recording  of 
LIGHT MY FIRE w. JIM MORRISON

Attendance: over 600,000

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Posted: Jul 31, 2021 - 3:10pm

T. Rex ~ Wembley Empire Pool, 18th March 1972 (Matinee Concert)

Can somebody re-master the sound, pls?    ~   Steven Wilson?!

On 18 March 1972 T.Rex performed two sell-out concerts at the Empire Pool, Wembley (capacity 10,000 per show). They were only the second group to play there – the first having been Led Zeppelin in November 1971 – other than for multi-artist NME awards and charity shows in the 1960s.

The Empire Pool was originally just that – a swimming pool built for the 1934 Empire Games.

Having had three number one singles (with two more at number two) and the Electric Warrior album at number one for eight weeks either side of Christmas 1971, T.Rex were the hottest group in the UK.

Both concerts featured 10 songs, mixing the hits (Jeepster, Telegram Sam, Hot Love, Get It On) with b-sides and album tracks performed by the band (Cadilac, Baby Strange) and as an acoustic interlude (Spaceball Ricochet, Girl and Cosmic Dancer). The encore was a version of Summertime Blues, originally by Eddie Cochran – an artist whose look and music greatly influenced Bolan as a young man.

Both concerts were filmed by an Apple Films crew of five, led by Marc’s big mate Ringo Starr. Meanwhile producer Tony Visconti was recording the sound in the Rolling Stones’ mobile recording facility parked outside.

The concerts shot that day are the only surviving professionally filmed complete T.Rex concerts, representing a unique moment in the history of rock music and revealing the extraordinary power and success of Marc Bolan and T.Rex.

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Posted: Dec 30, 2020 - 1:10pm



 buddy wrote:
Going to be streaming Bob Weir & The Wolf Bros. (and no doubt some special guests) on NYE.
 

May I say, I envy you!  


For a decade or so, I've dreamt of such an event, yet watching it "live", like the Phish shows on New Year's Eve @ MSG. Not so easy to attain anymore... especially not if living in Europe on a low budget. Oh well... didn't mean to complain about anything. 

 
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Posted: Dec 29, 2020 - 5:51pm

Jean-Michel Jarre will perform live on Dec. 31, 2020

“Welcome to the Other Side” is a one-off exclusive, worldwide and open-to-all, free concert experience whose ambition, beyond celebrating the New Year in a futuristic and festive way, is to send a message of hope for 2021 and for the end of the dark times we are all going through this year : a digital and virtual invitation from Paris, the City of Light, vibrant metropole of the Arts & of Culture and home to the most famous cathedral in the world. Notre-Dame has a unique place in the collective imagination, it is a symbol of the strength and of World Heritage that binds us together.
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Posted: Mar 29, 2017 - 1:24pm

Slowdive live now
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Posted: Sep 19, 2016 - 10:42am


 
Warpaint is streaming live now on KEXP's Facebook page.
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Posted: Aug 26, 2016 - 10:44am

 Lazy8 wrote:
 

The performer order did seem a bit random. Prine came back and played 3 songs, but boy howdy did he sound terrible—like he was getting over a nasty cold or something.

Emmylou mostly sang backup to Rodney Crowell, which isn't quite what I was hoping for but I'll take all the Emmylou I can get. I was underwhelmed with the gospel act that closed the show (most of the audience in the football field packed up and left while she sang) but we stuck it out. John Jorgenson was amazing as always, played 3 instruments (4 if you count acoustic and electric guitars) in completely different styles like a boss.

I could have listened to Leila McCalla all night. Damn that girl has talent. Angella Ahn played fiddle for her and she's giving a concert at MSU next week. I am sooo there!

 
Emmy was all bundled up; I think the cool weather and elevation kicked some butts last night.

Angella Ahn's a prof at MSU?

Ahn Trio playing Bowie sounds really cool
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Posted: Aug 26, 2016 - 9:53am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

 
The stream was pretty iffy here. I think the whole show was a mad scramble. John Prine was surely supposed to do a full set, right? I think he excused himself and Rodney Crowell did a quick ad-lib, had John Jorgenson stall (he could have done a whole Hellecasters set and I would've been happy), and then they had Emmy come out early, is that the way it seemed to you?
 
Leyla McCalla was the highlight of the show for me...


The performer order did seem a bit random. Prine came back and played 3 songs, but boy howdy did he sound terrible—like he was getting over a nasty cold or something.

Emmylou mostly sang backup to Rodney Crowell, which isn't quite what I was hoping for but I'll take all the Emmylou I can get. I was underwhelmed with the gospel act that closed the show (most of the audience in the football field packed up and left while she sang) but we stuck it out. John Jorgenson was amazing as always, played 3 instruments (4 if you count acoustic and electric guitars) in completely different styles like a boss.

I could have listened to Leila McCalla all night. Damn that girl has talent. Angella Ahn played fiddle for her and she's giving a concert at MSU next week. I am sooo there!
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Posted: Aug 26, 2016 - 9:27am

 Lazy8 wrote:
 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Tonight!


 
With Emmylou, John Prine headlining 

Music starts at 8:45 Mountain time, that's 10:45 Eastern, 7:45 pacific and who the hell knows, Arizona.

I streamed it from the football field at Gardiner School. We got to watch it on two jumbotrons, but we sat where we had a glimpse—maybe 5 ft wide—of the stage, so I can honestly see I've now seen Emmylou Harris in person.

 

 
The stream was pretty iffy here. I think the whole show was a mad scramble. John Prine was surely supposed to do a full set, right? I think he excused himself and Rodney Crowell did a quick ad-lib, had John Jorgenson stall (he could have done a whole Hellecasters set and I would've been happy), and then they had Emmy come out early, is that the way it seemed to you?
 
Leyla McCalla was the highlight of the show for me...


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Posted: Aug 26, 2016 - 9:07am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Tonight!


 
With Emmylou, John Prine headlining 

Music starts at 8:45 Mountain time, that's 10:45 Eastern, 7:45 pacific and who the hell knows, Arizona.

I streamed it from the football field at Gardiner School. We got to watch it on two jumbotrons, but we sat where we had a glimpse—maybe 5 ft wide—of the stage, so I can honestly see I've now seen Emmylou Harris in person.
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Posted: Aug 25, 2016 - 11:16am

Tonight!


 
With Emmylou, John Prine headlining 

Music starts at 8:45 Mountain time, that's 10:45 Eastern, 7:45 pacific and who the hell knows, Arizona.
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Posted: May 13, 2016 - 1:59pm

I gotta belive Desert Trip would be a major success on PPV and not hurt ticket sales for the live show
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Posted: May 13, 2016 - 9:30am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

I assume PPV cuts into ticket sales to some extent, but if it sells out, I think Desert Trip will do it.

 
I'm thinking it might be available for free.  Mark Cuban's cable channel AXS runs The Coachella Festival every year as well as other major festivals.  I had hours of last years on my ATT dvr but couldn't get them off before I had to give up when we changed providers.  Don't get the channel now with TWC.  I miss it. 

AXS has lots of kick ass concerts and primo sound is normal.


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Posted: May 13, 2016 - 9:11am

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I'm surprised that there are not any cable TV Pay Per View live concerts like they bo with boxing matches.
The Rolling Stones did it in 1989 or 90 with the Steel Wheels tour and I thought that this is the begining and there will be a lot of concerts like this but it never came to be.

 
I assume PPV cuts into ticket sales to some extent, but if it sells out, I think Desert Trip will do it.
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Posted: May 13, 2016 - 8:54am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

We always tune in for Hardly Strictly from San Francisco in the fall Click for Archives
 
 

 
 R_P wrote:

Thanx 4 the links, I will be checking them out.
The Ben Folds & yMusic concert was very good, so good that I now have to search for yMusic alone.
Folds did his impromptu song thing also, "gonna rock this bitch, Detroit rock city" etc.
Glad they did every RP listeners favorite, "Capable Of Amything" {#Wink} 
You can see/hear the show on a replay here, https://www.yahoo.com/music/livenation/
I'm surprised that there are not any cable TV Pay Per View live concerts like they bo with boxing matches.
The Rolling Stones did it in 1989 or 90 with the Steel Wheels tour and I thought that this is the begining and there will be a lot of concerts like this but it never came to be.
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Posted: May 12, 2016 - 6:17pm

 Skydog wrote:
The Ben Folds with yMusic concert in Detroit is set to begin at 8:30pm Eastern, you can find it on Yahoo's home page
This is the first time I've seen a live concert being streamed, what else has there been?
 
There was Arcade Fire - Live from Madison Square Garden, 2010

There's Live Coachella.
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Posted: May 12, 2016 - 6:11pm

 Skydog wrote:
The Ben Folds with yMusic concert in Detroit is set to begin at 8:30pm Eastern, you can find it on Yahoo's home page
This is the first time I've seen a live concert being streamed, what else has there been? 
 
We always tune in for Hardly Strictly from San Francisco in the fall Click for Archives
 
 
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Posted: May 12, 2016 - 5:08pm

The Ben Folds with yMusic concert in Detroit is set to begin at 8:30pm Eastern, you can find it on Yahoo's home page
This is the first time I've seen a live concert being streamed, what else has there been?