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What Is Your Music Mood: Exploring eMusic’s Aura Machine At Pitchfork Festival

Yes, we are. We’re getting closer to doing actual real scientific experiments at concerts. I’m also excited to tell you what I saw because it pushes our experiments forward too. I say this because during my time at Pitchfork Music Festival I had the pleasure of going into the eMusic Eletromusical Energy Visualizer to see how certain […]

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You Should Never Try To Unplug The Boss Or Sir Paul

  That’s right. You don’t turn the power off on the Boss until he’s done. And apparently not even Sir Paul could sway authorities to keep the show going after concert organizers turned the switch off last week in England. As the Huffington Post reports: Concert organizers pulled the plug on rock stars Bruce Springsteen […]

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Cornerstone Festival Ends, Memories Live On

        They’ve had a long and historic run for the last 28 years, but after this week Cornerstone Music festival will call it quits. The sad news does conjure special memories for us here at Live Fix and more on that in a moment. As posted on the their website, festival organizers […]

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Reflecting On The Radiohead Stage Collapse

  Radiohead has been the focus of several Live Fix explorations over the years and it saddens us to share the tragic news of their stage collapsing in Toronto. Here’s a statement released by the band shortly after the incident. As you will probably have heard the roof over the stage collapsed at our show […]

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Grouplove and First Concert Experiences

  During this episode of Live Fix Radio, we’re continuing our exploration of the wonders of our first concert experiences. Listen in as Matt, who won our Bears/Packers wager, shares how Grouplove filled his cup and left him tongue-tied during his first show at Metro. Subscribe via iTunes. Show Notes: Segment one: News and other cool […]

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Does Live Music Make You Pleasure Sweat?

  That question popped in to my head as I was cruising through my vinyl collection and I noticed the detail on one of my favorite live album covers: Johnny Cash Live at Folsom Prison. As I studied that bead of sweat trickling down the face of Mr. Cash, I thought how usually it’s the […]

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The Bieber Tops Beatle With Free Mexico City Concert

  Our Bieber fever and Beatles explorations continue with this news about Justin Bieber’s recent free concert in Mexico City that drew 300,000 bielebers topping Paul McCarntecy’s show that drew 250,000 fans just a few weeks earlier. Here’s how Bieber responded to and reflected on the experience according to MTV.com: While his fans displayed their […]

Van Halen Cover Band Wants To Finish The Tour

  Our  Van Halen concert experiment continues with some very interesting developments. In the wake of the band’s recent announcement that they will be canceling their tour, according to TMZ, a Van Halen cover band Van Halen Army has stepped up and said they would like to finish what was started. …if the real Van […]

Jack White Attempts Strange Metaphoric Concert Record

  Well, this is a fun continuation of our ongoing White Stripes experiment. Of course it’s only Jack White attempting a new world record as he voyages out in the wake of his new album Blunderbuss. Here’s the news according to a press release that I received and chuckled through as I read the details […]

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What Would You Pin? Ticket Stubs, Album Covers and Concert Art?

  Continuing our exploration of sites, apps, tools, other cool stuf for concert fans, we’ve been experimenting with the new social media bookmarking site Pinterest. It’s a great site and we’ve posted several boards for you to enjoy. Here’s our Pinterest Live Fix collection of boards. So far we’ve created boards for concert infographics, ticket stubs, […]