While live music is slowly starting to be a real thing again, most concerts are still few and far between, and I’m not just talking about them being socially distanced either. Hopefully sometime this year most of the world will be able to re-open live music events to bigger and bigger crowds but until then you can watch “live” concert recordings on a new website called mySongbird.com. The site says it offers hundreds of new and classic concerts, music documentaries, and live streams of some of the biggest artists.
Just under the “Rock” category they list concerts by KISS, John Mellencamp, INXS, Black Sabbath, Def Leppard, Journey, Ozzy and more. The pop category has Elton John, Hall and Oates, the Bee Gees and others. Plus they have lots of other categories like country, folk, metal, basically any genre you’re into.
Check out the full list of concerts here. There’s a ton of great ones for sure, and they have multiple concerts from some of the bigger bands, like 10 different Deep Purple shows for example.
Plans look like they start around $10 a month for the premium plan, which seems a little pricey to me, but if you live for live concerts then it may be just fine with you.