We know that mobile is changing live music. But how are mobiles apps evolving? Are they evolving in the right way? Let’s take look and see with this quick trip through this Billboard article by Elliot Van Busskirk. Then I’ll offer up a 5 Elements that I think should be on the perfect concert mobile app. […]
This is a very interesting infographic via the Hypebot about the historic evolution of the smartphone and its impact on the music experience since Woodstock. There’s some good data points in here. But what this infographic really reminds of is our chat with Alex from StagePage about mobile apps and how we need to foster […]
During this episode of Live Fix Radio, we’re diving deeper into our exploration of the best mobile apps for concert fans. Listen in to our chat with Alex Miller as she shares the story behind StagePage, her mission to improve how we remember our concert experiences and why she will never forget […]
Hey remeber our fun mobile experiement? Good. Well, we just found this new mobile called StagePage and you should check it out. After a quick run through of the site and downloading the app via iTunes, I have to say this is a really cool app that’s right up our ally because it lets […]
We told you before how the Pixies are rockin’ their reunion and now they’ve released a new FREE Pixies iPhone and Android mobile app this week. I’ve been exploring the app the last couple days and I have to say that it’s pretty frickin’ awesome as far as mobile apps for concert fans go. And […]
We’re always excited to share the good times we have hanging out at Wolfgang’s Vault. And so far in 2011, things have only gotten better with their new Android app and a recently unveiled Concert Video catalog.
I hope. And to be honest ever since I lost my Bears vs. Packers Metro bet with my cousin Matt, I really don’t care who wins. But with the Black Eyed Peas as the Halftime show entertainment and learning about their BEP 3D 360 mobile app, I’m looking forward to the musical part of tonight’s […]
Yesterday, before we went to the Chicago Bluegrass and Blues Festival, I ate a huge bowl of homemade chili. It was hot, meaty and filled my belly up reeeeeal good. Speaking of chili and live music (and considering the connection between live music, taste and our other senses), it’s no surprise how much that great […]
For the fifth straight year since it became a destination festival in 2005, Lollapalooza gets ready to rock and rumble the masses along Chicago’s lakefront in Grant Park. And over the last five years the festival has only grown larger, signed bigger deals with the City of Chicago and sold out to capacity. To get […]
As I stood behind Evander Holyfield and scoped out his famously gnawed ears and watched Naomi Judd crawl across the floor cracking jokes in a VIP suite; and listened to Jewel struggle through the National Anthem at the Indy 500 on Sunday, I thought to myself ‘Now, I know the Judd family and Jewel love […]
With each passing concert mobile apps continue to change how we experience live music. But how exactly are some of the most popular mobile concert apps made? Do developers depend on concert fans to improve their apps? Are concert apps becoming more than just a convenient alternative to the usual crumpled paper schedule?
If you missed some of the top Live Fix posts in April, don’t worry. I understand because April was a busy month here at Live Fix, too. If you can believe it, I even forgot to read some of my own best posts. So here’s a quick wrap-up revisiting all the hot April action: enhanced concert […]
For the last few months I’ve been doing a test with Foursquare. And I’ll admit, like other new mobile social apps, I wasn’t completely sold on it. I had to play around with Foursquare for awhile to find out how it works and how it can be useful in my life. Well, I think I’ve […]
As the summer concert season begins to heat up, let’s see which festivals are offering iPhone apps and giving fans easy access to set lists, exclusive content and mobile alternatives to the crumpled paper schedule.