concerts

  • Loudie, The App That Gamifies Your Concert Plans

    Loudie, The App That Gamifies Your Concert Plans

    If concerts are you’re thing, there’s a pretty good chance that you’re slightly overwhelmed with all the upcoming concert information sent your way, from various subscriptions with LiveNation, AEG, or Bowery. But an app called Loudie is relaunching to clean up the process of planning with friends, while giving you easy ways to access free tickets to shows nearby. Read More

  • Concert Window, The Netflix For Live Concerts, Gives Fans A New, Mobile-Friendly Venue On The Web

    Concert Window, The Netflix For Live Concerts, Gives Fans A New, Mobile-Friendly Venue On The Web

    Back in February, we introduced you to EvntLive, a new startup backed by Silicon Valley veterans that’s on a mission to create a scalable platform for broadcasting live concerts, from arenas to small clubs, backed by a library of recorded shows, profiles and music info. Of course, a platform for live concerts isn’t exactly a new idea. In fact, it’s been floating around for… Read More

  • With $2.3M From Vint Cerf & More, Tech Pioneer Judy Estrin Unveils EvntLive, The Web’s New Interactive Concert Hall

    With $2.3M From Vint Cerf & More, Tech Pioneer Judy Estrin Unveils EvntLive, The Web’s New Interactive Concert Hall

    You may not be familiar with her name, but Judy Estrin has quietly become one of Silicon Valley’s most successful serial entrepreneurs and executives. She began her career working with Vint Cerf’s research group at Stanford University — the same one that played a central role in the development of the Internet. Since the early ’80s, she has founded seven technology… Read More

  • PAX 2008: Freezepop plays "The Final Countdown"

    PAX 2008: Freezepop plays "The Final Countdown"

    You hear that rumble? Thats an army of geeks, gettin’ down so damn hard that the very walls around us were beginning to crumble. Okay, fine – it’s just a nasty bit of clipping caused by the compact-car sized subwoofers lining the edges of the stage. They were inescapable. Wherever we stood, it was like the subs were in our camera. Sounded amazing in person; on film, not quite… Read More

  • PAX 2008: Jonathan Coulton playing "Still Alive" with Felicia Day

    PAX 2008: Jonathan Coulton playing "Still Alive" with Felicia Day

    I had the best spot in the house, standing on a nice sturdy chair staring down the 10x zoom lens of an HD camera from about 15 feet from the stage. Then the battery died on the camera and security kicked me off my chair, simultaneously. After egging the audience into rickrolling themselves, Jonathan brought Felicia Day (who, by the way, we’ll be spending a few minutes with tomorrow… Read More

  • Pearl Jam bootlegs to be available on Verizon Wireless

    Pearl Jam bootlegs to be available on Verizon Wireless

    Pearl Jam, known for its live bootlegs, has joined forces with Verizon Wireless, known for its stupid commercials. (That’s the best I got, sorry.) The band’s summer tour, which starts today in West Palm Beach, will be recorded in toto, and three songs from each performance will be available on Verizon Wireless, one for free and the the other two at “standard… Read More

  • iTMS Getting "Live from Las Vegas" Concerts

    iTMS Getting "Live from Las Vegas" Concerts

    Perhaps you heard back in 2006 that the Palms resort and casino was opening up an $80 million concert theater decked out with state of the art equipment. Now that the theater/hall/whatever is open, Palms is ready to cash in by recording each concert and offering it on the iTunes Music Store. The first show will be March 17th featuring Evanescence and will feature extra songs… Read More