If you’re a jazz fan in search of a dedicated audio-visual streaming destination that serves your musical needs then the subscription service jazzed might be just what you’ve been looking for. The much-talked-about streaming platform has been a substantial hit with jazz fans thus far, with its extensive library of music, videos, and written articles, which include features penned by renowned jazz experts.
In an exciting new development, today the website is announcing details of an add-on service to enhance its users musical experience; jazzed Live, which will allow its subscribers to savour livestream concerts from jazz artists and jazz clubs all over the world.
jazzed Live is a pioneering platform in the jazz club industry, which through state-of-the-art digital live streaming will be able to connect jazz artists with fans across the globe. So far, jazzed Live can confirm that it will be streaming in-concert performances from London’s Jazz Cafe, Berlin’s A-Trane, and Rome’s Gregory’s Jazz Club. This will precede the launch of jazzed’s Club Network in October later this year.
jazzed Live‘s inaugural concert is by British pianist, composer, and former Snarky Puppy member, Bill Laurance, who can be seen and heard playing in London at the Jazz Cafe on 30 April at 8 pm BST (which, coincidentally is International Jazz Day). The livestream concert will be exclusively available to jazzed+ subscribers
Ahead of tonight’s concert, Jonathan Arendt, the CEO of jazzed says this: “We are excited about the evolution of jazzed. With jazzed Live we are bringing performances from the best jazz clubs around the world directly to jazz fans and establishing new incremental revenues for both clubs and artists.”
For the newbies, here are jazzed‘s two subscription tiers:
* jazzed – an ad-funded freemium tier with 10 audio channels and comprehensive video and editorial offering
* jazzed+ – a premium tier priced at £5.99 a month which offers a deeper curated experience of 50+ audio channels and an extensive choice of video and editorial including access to the jazz Live network. Full on-demand search and play is currently included with over 10 million tracks available