Love and hate. Pleasure and pain. Doubt and clarity. Those were just some of the profound and entertaining topics I discovered as I compiled our second edition of Tweets of the Week. It’s been fun watching this experiment evolve and it’s turning out to be a facinating exploration into what you love to express at [...]
Continuing our exploration of Live Nation and social media, this past weekend I noticed that Live Nation asked concert fans a very interesting question on their Facebook page. And I’d like to ask you the same one too, but in a different way.
Did you see what we “un-locked” at the Chicago Bluegrass and Blues Festival? We hope so, because we’ve got another CBB festival discovery for you. But this time it’s of the homemade variety.
We’ve wondered before if concert fans and venue owners are using Foursquare and if social media is changing live music. And as those two experiments roll on, the answer continues to be a resounding “Yes!” Here’s why.
What is likeZEBRA? And how is it helping fans discover new music and giving independent and unsigned artists the necessary tools and know-how they need to get started and get heard?
We’ve done a lot of exploring and experimenting this year with social media and live music. And it’s no surprise that social media communities and platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare and virtual concerts have all changed how we experience live music. But what do the experts and innovators have to say about current trends and [...]
It’s no accident that the “Rockstar” metaphor is one of the most cliche and ubiquitous metaphors in social media marketing, music writing and life in general. But sometimes the rockstar metaphor works, and as a result, the myth of the rockstar can teach you a lot about stage presence and how to rock the main [...]
Concert culture is full of many strange and wonderful things. And at the heart of this amazing adventure is YOU. The Concert Fan.
What happens when two concert fans team up to embark on a month-long quest to test the limits of their love for live music?
Earlier this year we explored Recreate My Night to see how the new interactive site made the concert experience more social by allowing fans to upload and share concert memories through Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Now, let’s see how Recreate My Night updated the experience by featuring star DJ/producer David Guetta.
Continuing our series on virtual concert experiences, here’s news about Bon Jovi hosting the first ever live-streaming concert using YouTube’s new Moderator Tool, which will allow fans to help shape the set list for the band’s upcoming show.
Weekly Wrap-up: Hip Hop Memorials, Sensual Live Shows, Crazy Slayer Fans, Grief Explorations, Free Downloads and More
It’s not even Halloween yet and these last two weeks have been so scary good here on Live Fix that I’m terrified to think that you missed any of these posts.
Now, is this what the future of promotional collaboration in the music industry will look like? Are Razorfish, AM and Filter moving us in the right direction?