Are you an avid concert-goer who finds it hard to make it to events?
If so, then all you need is a device (PC, Mac, Tablet, etc.) with enough bandwidth and you can watch a live concert per day via the Live Nation Channel on Yahoo, which launched this summer ( July 15). In addition, If you are really into music and you are not genre restricted, this experience will be that much better.
For our R&B fans here at Singersroom, we’ve rounded up a few of the Yahoo Live! concerts that we’ve watched in an effort to pass on that experience to you guys.
Justin Timberlake’s concert from the Korinn Sports Hall in Iceland, which is a stop on his world tour, was streamed live on August 24th. This was the largest concert event in Iceland's history. If you missed it, you can still check out JT performing “Cry Me a River,” “Until The End Of Time,” “Not a Bad Thing,” and “Mirrors,” all available on Yahoo Live! until Sept. 25. The tour continues in Melbourne on Sept. 18. He will play thirteen dates throughout Australia and New Zealand before returning to North America on Nov. 20.
Soul veteran John Legend lifted the spirits of attending fans and streaming viewers during his live streaming on August 20th from the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. The event saw Legend paying tribute to legendary singer Marvin Gaye and his seminal What's Going On album. Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings and the Los Angeles Philharmonic joined the Grammy Award-winning crooner.
Jesse McCartney was one of the first artists to play Yahoo Live!, a concert series in partnership with Live Nation. He performed a slew of his hits live from the Punch Drunk Recreation in Chicago.
Have fun watching folks!