Tired of coming home after a concert smelling of cigarette smoke and battling that ringing sound in your ears from standing too close to the amplifiers?
Well, now you can watch concerts from the comfort of your own home. And best of all, it’s free.
Billboard.com recently announced that it is launching a new Web site that will broadcast concerts from popular acts for free. The site, called BillboardLive.com, will feature Webcasts from big name acts like Usher and Alicia Keys. The site will kickoff by streaming a live concert from the band Daughtry next week. An R. Kelly concert will follow later in the month.
Users will have the option to view the concert from five different camera angles. No more straining your neck over the freakishly tall couple in front of you to catch a glimpse of the singer’s arm 200 feet away.
Best of all, the concert will be available on the iPhone, so you can cool down during your lunch hour and watch a concert at work.
So hold your Bic lighter (or your iPhone lighter app) up to the screen and sing along.
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