Bandsintown Plus offers exclusive concert streams for $10 per month
The music industry remains in a binding role.
Many musicians produce the majority of their profits from live performances worldwide.
However, traditional gigs are not taking place due to the current pandemic of coronavirus.
One logical alternative could be Bandsintown Plus, a new live music streaming package.
You can get an all-access pass for more than 25 concerts per month at $9.99 a month.
These were specifically created for the website — they would not be present on other streaming platforms such as Twitter, Twitch, Spotify or Apple Music.
You should predict performances from the following during January and February:
Adeline, adrianne lenker from Big Robber, Bakai, Brijean, Bye Beneco, Chrome Sparks, Chromeo, Claud, Diamond Thug, Empress Of, Fleet Foxes (single), Flying Lotus, Honeymoan, Ian Isiah, James Beneco, Jeff Tweedy, Joe Bonamassa, Little Dragon, Local Natives, Lomelda, Mau from nowhere, Mindchatter, Misty Mtn, Mt. Joy, odie.
Bandsintown says there will be more musicians later revealed.
There are not the world's greatest names.
Bandsintown hopes that you will at least remember one of the names on the list, or that you will enjoy music enough to sit and punch any artists you haven't heard before.
A tough sell?
Yet this is an idea that will allow smaller artists to endure this tough time.
Not everybody will drop a polished concert movie on something like Netflix or Disney+ — and do a good paypack in the process.
"Touring artists have been economically ravaged by the restrictions of Covid-19," said Fabrice Sergent, Bandsintown's Managing Partner.
"More is an opportunity to help innovate the industry, create new revenue sources for artists and deepen connections with their fans."
Bandsintown began as a service that informed customers where a local artist was expected.
It is pivotal to help artists encourage and monetize their lives during the pandemic.