Finding live music online
Use the clearinghouses
The web is a wonderful place to discover new music, however nothing beats the intensity of a live concert. Now you have the ability to hear or watch your favorite artists live or recorded on your schedule.
Step 1: The power of audionet.com
One of the major clearinghouse sites which acts as a type of live music search engine is www.audionet.com. They are part of Broadcast.com, which is owned by Yahoo. If you go to the site, you’ll see that it has the look of Yahoo.
Step 2: Get to the live music section
Select "concerts" located directly under Music from the main screen to go to the live concerts page. Then select a genre of music. In this case I am selecting Blues.
Step 3: Pick a concert
From here, the concert section, I am selecting Holland K. Smith.
Step 4: Get to the live concert site
Because this is a clearinghouse, the broadcast will not be on Audionet.com, but on another website. In this case it is at bluestown.com.
Step 5: Start listening
Click on "listen" in your appropriate connection rate. Windows Media Player will start and you will hear the concert recorded live (all 2 _ hours of it) without commercials.