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I've been looking around for venues that stream there concerts online (a nice way to stay home and watch live music) but I can't find that much. I'd like to find a place that has folk and acoustic music with preferably good audio and video. Does anyone know where I could find an online concert venue to fit this description?

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Hello Zachari,

Here are a few (all free):


VIDEO
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WoodSongs (archived shows)
http://www.woodsongs.com/showlist.asp

Kulak's Woodshed (live webcast)
http://www.kulakswoodshed.com/

The Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage (archived concerts)
http://www.kennedy-center.org/programs/millennium/archive.html

Muriel Anderson's All Star Guitar NIght TV (archived performances)
http://asgn.tv/

Sunday Cellar Acoustic Sessions (live webcast)
http://www.sundaycellar.com/

Of course, there is YouTube and any other favorite video hosting site search...


AUDIO
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Live from the Fur Peace Ranch (archived concerts)
http://www.woub.org/radio/index.php?section=4&page=21

Aerial Boundaries (Radio Webcast Wednesdays, 7pm-9pm)
http://wslr.org/php/dj.php?=14
To listen: http://wslr.org/listen-live/

Minor 7th Podcast
http://www.minor7th.com/podcast.html

FretNet.com (radio webcast)
http://www.fretnet.com/webcast.html

Fishbowl Acoustic Showcase (audio, sometimes video webcast/podcast)
http://mohstuff.com/Fishbowl/

Whole Wheat Radio
http://wholewheatradio.org/wiki/index.php/

Cool Streams Internet Radio
http://musicsojourn.com/Cat/Streams/

Pandora Internet Radio
http://www.pandora.com/

LastFM Radio
http://www.last.fm/listen

The Ballad Tree Internet Radio & Webcasts (links list)
http://www.balladtree.com/links/webcasts.htm


That should keep you busy for a while. Enjoy!

God bless,
- Robert
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Robert Len Stallard (RLSguitar)
Progressive Fingerstyle Guitarist
www.RLSguitar.com
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wow, thanks, that will keep me busy for awhile.
I just found this other one.

http://www.streamingcafe.net

-really good quality video and audio.
Wow I was surprised to see so many since most places want you to come out and spend money so they can stay in business. The bad thing about you tube is having to weed through so much junk to find the good stuff.
RLS has certainly done his homework .. haha
I just wanted to add .. UStream.com to the list ..
I'm looking for a place to "HOST" a live broadcast .. and maybe even sell tickets to the event ..
I think it's going be the future of concerts .. might as well get in while it's early ..
It's so much "green'er" to watch online .. think of the tour bus's , fan auto's, public trans, venue electric consumption etc etc ..
So yeah .. who know's of a place that not only allows streaming LIVE .. but also allows ticket sales :)
Cheers
Jeff
Www.stageit.com is a site that allows performers to charge ticket prices for their performances.  They also have a tip jar set up during the performance, so youcan make extra money.  It is an interactive show, so your audience can chime in via chat.  I just found out about this site from one of the instructors on www. Jamplay. Com.  It is open to anyone who likes to perform.
Daryl Hall has some great shows on his site: http://www.livefromdarylshouse.com/splash.html
Mostly acoustic, with a variety of artists, all recorded at Daryl's house.
Here's another one broadcasted from my hometown Houston:

Live from SugarHill Studios:
http://www.livefromsugarhill.tv/

God bless,
- Robert
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Robert Len Stallard (RLSguitar)
Progressive Fingerstyle Guitarist
www.RLSguitar.com
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Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach has been doing this and they do a lot of acoustic/acoustic rock stuff: http://www.saintrocke.com/livestream.html
You might enjoy listening to GotRadio.com's Guitar Genius station.

Scroll down to Soothing & Sophisticated and then Guitar Genius.

You are going to love this station!

Hi Zachari,

 

We tried U-stream but good quality in sound and video is hard to manage. We post our best performers on Youtube and start to have a pretty good sound, need to invest to get a better video. We'll get additional time on youtube and will be able soon to post full concerts.

http://www.youtube.com/user/thefrettedfrog?feature=mhum

 

For pretty good acoustic gig, try Joseph Arthur's Youtube channel, You can get his full set at NYC's City Winery.

ww.youtube.com/user/josepharthurofficial

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