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Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, musicians have earned over $13 million in commission-free sales of digital music, merch, livestream tickets, fan subscriptions, digital multimedia, and tip donations through their websites powered by Bandzoogle. Over the past year, Bandzoogle rapidly responded to the changing needs of independent musicians amid the COVID-19 pandemic. New feature launches included commission-free live stream ticket sales, a Tip Jar for commission-free donations during live streams, expanded website integrations for live streams including Twitch and Crowdcast, a pay-what-you-want fan subscriptions pricing option, and an integration with print-on-demand merch service Printful. “While much of the industry continues to focus […]

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The singer’s “Where Do We Go? The Livestream” show aired Saturday from a stage enhanced by moody, immersive visuals and XR effects that punched up the ambitions of pay-per-view music For more, check out: (Source)

Facebook recently unveiled its updated music guidelines that are being introduced on Oct.1. The ambiguous guidelines confused many, especially bands who use the platform for livestreaming and to share their music. Now, the company is clarifying what its new rules mean for artists on Facebook. Read more: Original Bad Brains frontman Sid McCray has died […]

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Mandolin, a new livestream platform designed to meet the specialized needs of the music industry today, has announced an exclusive two-year partnership with the iconic City Winery network of concert venues and metropolitan wineries, bringing live music to fans both in-person and at home. By improving the livestream concert experience together, these premium brands aim to help venues and artists navigate a new era of concerts, providing safe and sustainable ways to monetize and enjoy live music. These include public and private chat, watch parties, custom emoji reactions, meet & greet experiences and fan upgrades, collecting donations for artists or charity, and […]

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Acclaimed hard-rock outfit Underoath have announced a livestream concert series, Underoath: Observatory. Beginning Friday, July 17, the band will play three shows  dedicated to a different album. The 17th show will feature Lost In The Sound of Separation, Performances of Define the Great Line (July 24) and They’re Only Chasing Safety (July 31) will follow. […]

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Due to coronavirus, Mike Shinoda has been spending his time in quarantine livestreaming on Twitch. From dropping secrets regarding unreleased Linkin Park music to experimenting with new tracks, Shinoda has been using the platform to connect and engage with fans. Now, Shinoda has revealed that his latest album Dropped Frames, Vol. 1 was made entirely […]

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[Photo courtesy of Wyatt Clough] Silverstein are presenting a special at-home livestream with performances, check-ins from members of the band and more. The event is being dubbed “Quaranstein” and premieres tonight (May 29) starting at 6 PM ET with plenty of new and exclusive content. Read More: You’re going to hear plenty of heavy tracks on […]

[Photo via Spotify] Mötley Crüe still haven’t quite called off their co-headlining return tour with Def Leppard but while we wait to hear about the tour’s status, the band are providing a fun way to connect with their fans. The band, as well as the actors who portrayed them in Netflix‘s biopic The Dirt, are hosting a livestream […]

[Photos via: YouTube, blink-182/Spotify] Since many of us began quarantining during the COVID-19 pandemic, the internet has flooded with new content to watch. With various artists livestreaming and new social distancing-inspired content being released every day on various platforms, content sharing seems to be at an all-time high. Now, a blink-182-inspired parody video has emerged […]