Zac Brown Band streams live Sunday from Red Rocks
Friday, September 17, 2010
– Zac Brown Band will stream their live show Sunday, Sept. 19 from Red Rocks Amphitheatre near Denver via ZacBrownBand.com.
Zac Brown Band will perform songs from their new album 'You Get What You Give'," out Tuesday on Atlantic Records/Southern Ground Artists.
This is said to be the first concert to stream live with five simultaneous camera angles, allowing users to pick their own view of the show starting at 8 p.m. Mountain Time at zacbrownband.com and ustream.tv/zacbrownband.
"Every show gets bigger and better, and we've been working hard to create an experience that's unlike any other," said Brown. "When people come to our show, we want to blow them away every time. So for us, this is no different. Except that for the first time we're coming to the fans that can't make it out to see us."
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