Concert Window shows this weekend

Concert WindowWe’ve posted previously about Concert Window, the Boston-based live concert streaming service that makes club and theater performances available worldwide via online video.

The company was founded by a pair of Beantown musical entrepreneurs, with a passion for alternative entertainment and cutting-edge technology. Dan Gurney comes a filmmaking background and performs Celtic music on button accordion. Partner Forrest O’Connor is a Harvard sociomusicology grad with a passion for F-style mandolins. Together they have grow this venture from covering a couple of Boston clubs to showcasing folk, bluegrass, jazz, country, pop and comedy concerts at number of venues across the US.

Concert Window offers both subscription and a la carte pricing, with a monthly pass for all programs running below $10, and individual shows billing at $3 for HD video and board-feed audio. Artists and venues share in the proceeds from these fees.

This weekend’s lineup is particularly tasty for folks interested in acoustic and bluegrass music.

  • Thursday, 3/22 – The Vespers from Club Passim in Boston
  • Friday, 3/23 – Sarah Jarosz from Club Passim in Boston (2 shows)
  • Saturday, 3/24 – The Gibson Brothers from One Longfellow Square in Portland, ME
  • Sunday, 3/25 – Della Mae from Club Passim in Boston (2 shows)

Full subscription and ticket purchase information is available at the Concert Window web site.

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John had served as primary author and editor for The Bluegrass Blog from its launch in 2006 until being folded into Bluegrass Today in September of 2011. He continues in that capacity here, managing a strong team of columnists and correspondents.