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LOS ANGELES, March 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- WhooHooLive.com, a music collector's dream site, has debuted with a schedule of over 20 rare live recordings by some of today's biggest music icons. The site offers the highest quality audio and video versions of complete concerts, which music fans can download under a number of membership options. Featuring both audio and video rare performances by Emerson Lake & Palmer; Todd Rundgren; Iggy Pop and The Nice, WhooHoo! Live has the full involvement of its artists.
"We present a community and platform geared around previously unreleased rare recordings and content that artists, fans and marketers think are cool," says Founder and CEO David Skye. "We currently believe that these previously unreleased rare recordings have been unavailable to a majority of the consumer population. Some had been sold bootlegs in the past; now, however, they have been enhanced to superior quality."
The label's initial roster of recorded shows feature the aforementioned four artists, although the company is presently in negotiations with a myriad of platinum-level artists (as well as much-loved cult acts) and will be gradually releasing a wide array of musical titles and styles. Every show has been painstakingly re-mastered and authorized by the artists. "We focus on partnerships with the artists," says Skye.
Music fans can try before they buy. WhooHoo! Live offers 30 second MP3 (320Kbps) samples of each track, so the quality of the recording can be assessed before purchase.
WhooHoo! Live offers membership options, which range from a flat $9.95 per month to $49.95 for a biannual subscription, which also includes a free single show per month. Music fans can also buy shows or single tracks one at a time, without a subscription for as little as 99¢ per track.
"We're selling patronage AND music," says Skye. "We believe Fans want to pay creators and NOT bootleggers. WhooHoo! Live provides the mechanism to the intangible connection between fan and artist lost in the back alley of the black market. We provide a trust factor for fans that they can feel certain the money will directly benefit the creators of the music they love."
Please visit: www.WhooHooLive.com
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