Friday, 26 February 2016 10:12

Amazon Music to Live Stream Concert

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If you happen to be looking for something to do this evening, Friday, February 26, then you may not even have to leave the comfort of your home.

Amazon has announced that it will host its first ever live streamed concert with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, in lieu of their latest album release, This Unruly Mess I've Made. The event comes after the live streaming of the State of the Union that was available in January.

There is no catch here. That is, no Amazon Prime membership is required to tune in to the event, no purchase necessary. However, if you want to stream the new album, you will need to be a Prime member.

We are excited to tune into the concert to observe quality, camera angles, sound, and everything that comes along with it. Will this be worth it? Or will the lust of a live, in-person concert always remain its own magical experience? To find out more about the show, MBW is the place to be.

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