New Amazon Music Live concerts on Amazon Prime will be broadcast live every week


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Looking for a new live music show to watch online? An Amazon Prime concert series, hosted by 2 Chainz, kicks off this month with Lil Baby.

Amazon announced Amazon Music Live, concerts broadcast live from Los Angeles. The concert series will be hosted by 2 Chainz, who will also interview the artists – from October 27 at 9 p.m. PT with Little baby playing its new versions.

Amazon Prime Video’s live streams often focus on live sports, and new concerts will air right after. Thursday night footballpresumably in an effort to win over the large audience that this event draws to Prime – similar to the Super Bowl halftime show.

Amazon Music’s Global Artist Marketing Manager, Kirdis Postelle, said: “Whether you’re a sports fan waiting for the first football game of the week or a music fan who stays up late to hear the last drop of your favorite artist, Thursday is the biggest night for entertainment.

“For artists, this show represents a massive new step in sharing their music with fans after Thursday night football – the biggest match of the week, broadcast live on Prime Video.

Concerts are available on Amazon here for a limited time, along with listings of upcoming performances. The series will also be available on Twitch.

The first month of concerts after the Lil Baby feature films Megan you stallion November 4 and country music singer Kane Brown November 11 – thereafter, shows are listed with a teasing “Coming soon” message. On the center users can also browse music-themed movies and concert recordings available on Amazon.

The concerts are partly a way to encourage Amazon Prime users to check out the Amazon Music music streaming platform, which subscribers can access for free, and consider paying for Amazon Music Unlimited for ad-free music streaming.

The coronavirus pandemic has made live concerts not just popular but a necessity, but even as in-person concerts have resumed, music companies, labels and artists have continued to use them as a tool to reach far-flung fans. and get noticed. new listeners.

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