Just when I think that the Internet cannot possibly get any cooler, it always ups the ante and amazes me.
From Columbia Records today:

AOL Music to Offer Song from Every US Concert by Bruce Springsteen with the Seeger Sessions Band
In an unprecedented move for Bruce Springsteen and AOL Music, the online music destination will offer an exclusive video performance from every single stop on Springsteen’s just-launched North American tour with the Seeger Sessions Band. The morning after each concert, one hand-picked song from the show will be presented on AOL Music along with photos, set lists, recaps and more, enhanced by the “voice of the fans,” Backstreets.com.
Bruce’s five-week North American tour kicked off Sunday night in Boston, and today on AOL Music, fans can watch John Henry, Erie Canal, O Mary Don’t You Weep, and Old Dan Tucker from shows in Boston, MA, Washington D.C., Columbus, OH and Indianapolis, IN respectively. By the morning after the tour’s closing-night homecoming concert in Holmdel, NJ on June 25, some 18 different performances will be compiled and available on demand at AOL Music.

Great stuff. Here’s the link I used to watch the videos.
If this is live concerts 2.0, I’m definitely on board.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (https://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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