Say “goodbye” to poor quality live streams and bootleg iPhone videos, music fans.
A new home concert series from streaming platform Coda Collection and wireless giant Verizon is giving viewers a 360-degree experience without having to leave the living room.
The series kicked off on Tuesday with an on-demand show from country hitmaker Jimmie Allen.
Coda Collection — a platform launched last year through Amazon Prime Video that houses sought-after music documentaries, archived concert films and more — has teamed up with Verizon to capture concerts with five 360-degree cameras. Viewers can switch between each camera on demand to create a one-of-a-kind viewing experience.
The five-camera gig can be found now on Verizon’s Multi-View Experience app. Fans can traditionally stream the concert online via Coda Collection.
Watch a clip of Allen performing the 2022 single “Down Home” for the series below.
Allen, who is championing New Artist of the Year at the CMA Awards, is teaming up with Coda Collection and Verizon weeks after releasing his latest full-length album, “Tulip Drive.” He’s embarking on tour this fall with Carrie Underwood, playing the lead role in the star’s Demin & Rhinestones tour. The show ends in Nashville on March 3, 2023.
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