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The Day the Summer Concert Series Died and Went Live Stream!

Our Favorite Artists Remind Us How to Adapt With Technology!

On Feb. 2, 1959, the  American Rock and Roll musicians legends Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and “The Big Bopper,” JP Richardson, were killed in a plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa, together with the pilot, Roger Peterson. Their iconic influence affected many bands and musicians including the Beatles.  Remembering that the 50s was the time of Cold War and Civil Rights Movements that shaped the United States creating the baby boomer generation, their work lives on. This day in history is declared as the Day Music Died in Don McLean’s song “American Pie.” If you are a summer concert-goer, you know that many artists pay homage to this song in their playsets in the United States. It rings in chorus through stadiums, venues, and fields like Sweet Caroline in Fenway Park. Music brings us together. It is an emotional feeling that makes us forget our differences and remember the things we love most. Unfortunately, this summer, this experience will be forever changed, BUT…

We’re in the age of technology!

Some of the favorite artists of today were found as viral trends on streaming platforms. Youtube brought artists like Justin Bieber, Shawn Mendes, Cody Simpson, Charlie Puth, Alessia Cara, Tori Kelly, 5 Seconds of Summer, and Carly Rae Jepsen, to name a few. These music stars were discovered on this streaming platform. Discovery has changed since the invention of uploading your music to the internet. You can create your own fan base and viewership by just uploading your music to social media. And from here, you hope people love you and share on their own social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, SnapChat, YouTube and others.  

Embracing Music With Stay-at-Home Concerts!

Music is one of the ways we can creatively embrace the situation the world is in right now. Using positive focuses like D-Nice hosting club parties with his influence to unite celebrities with fans encourages and supports the stay-at-home movement. Music is finding a way to join and harmonizes us all.
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“Best party of 1 and 100k I ever been to! Thanks @djdnice #ClubQuarantine,” Winfrey tweeted.
   

Artists Are Already Finding Ways to Create Their Own Piece of the Digital Pie.

Artists are using innovative live streaming, video streaming, and social media platforms to communicate with us. It allows us to still gather together (while apart) and listen to the beats and rhythms that make us smile, cry, and even laugh.  This creates the human connections that make us unique. In the summer of 2020, this could be our concert-going experience. Who doesn’t want to be Chrissy Teigen when your husband, John Legend,  can serenade you like this?  It is the director’s cut of a movie for each song. They share facts and memories in their personal homes. Keith Urban and wife, Nicole Kidman share their love for music and banjos to stay connected to each of their fandom through a live stream Instagram concert promoting love and music. Kristen Bell creatively entertained her husband, Dax Shepard, after she asked him to self-isolate after traveling. Watch her and their children dance and sing along to support him outside!

 

#TogetherAtHome

In this busy world, it is extraordinary to comment directly with your favorite singer to sing your favorite song. It will feel like the song is directed right to you in your PJs on the couch. Many businesses are using Linkedin and Facebook Live to do offer engaging experiences for their followers who are home indefinitely. Some of the most talented musicians including Diplo, Pink, Lizzo, Chris Martin, and Major Lazer are tagging each other to play for us. No matter what the genres of music, social media allows us to feel more joined through music every day. Check out the latest performances available. These connections are unparalleled. Choruses of people repeating the words to their favorite song like they do every night at venues across the world in the summer. The artists are paving a way forward in their message today. The day the music died is symbolic in the 50s for creating a movement that shapes us. The summer the concert went viral will be a historical moment that we will not forget.  

DÜZY Connects Musicians and Artists with their fans through Livestream and video!

The DÜZY technology connects you with your fans and customers during the live stream and video events without interruption. DÜZY’s patent technology can take your video experience to the VIP level. If you want to create pay per view opportunities, sell merchandise, add new fans to your mailing list for announcing new performances, products or even artists, DÜZY hooks up your music to your audience. And it’s just that simple. #getduzy  getduzy.com  

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