CDB concert goes high def
Friday, May 6, 2011
– The Charlie Daniels Band partnered with Topspin Media to document one of The CDB's live concert performances. Implementing LiveJam HD technology, The Charlie Daniels Band has made its April 15 show with Widespread Panic in Birmingham, Ala., available for sale in high definition video.
The digital release can be purchased for download and in hard copy DVD format at Daniels' web site.
Digital downloads are $12.95 and DVDs are $19.95 plus shipping and handling.
LiveJam HD and Topspin Media offer artists professionally shot concert videos in high definition format. Fans can access this footage within 7-10 days following the concert event.
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