In London live music with iTunes
Live music returns with iTunes. After the Music Festival, the great happening promoted by Apple with bands and live concerts that last year held a bench with about sixty bands who performed live songs chosen from their production, Apple relaunches with iTunes Live.
Even if the name changes, the modalities of the initiative are the same. From February 21 to March 2 once again different singers and musical groups will gather on various evenings under the sign of digital music for performances in front of their fans. The series of meetings will be held at AIR Studios, located in Lyndhurst Hal, a former church and then missionary school located in North London. The prestigious location as the building was designed by the great Victorian architect Alfred Waterhouse, designer of the Natural History Museum, Manchester Town Hall and Strangeways Prison.
To listen to artists such as Tunstall, Jos Gonzlez, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and Risn Murphy you will not pay, but you will have to participate in a competition, free, open (unfortunately) only to those who have an account on the British iTunes Store. The computer will randomly choose the lucky ones.