This is installment #2 that demonstrates the demise of cable TV. Recently, YouTube has "upped its game" in regard to music. There's a tremendous amount of live concerts housed on YouTube. It also has some creative ways of presenting new music to you.
Enjoy Warren Haynes and Grace Potter's version of Gold Dust Woman. It's outstanding. Further down the page, I have my favorite artist listed. The website it links to provides over 15-hours of live music. Again, just one small example. In Buried Treasures of the Web, I have some tools that will make these YouTube videos even more enjoyable.
Postscript: In 2006, Google purchased YouTube for $1.6-billion. Back then, I thought that was a bargain. Based on recent Internet buyouts, it certainly was.
Live music and YouTube - a winning combination. Here's one of my favorite musicians. You'll find over 15 hours of live music.
I know people love Pandora and Spotify, however, YouTube has become my music source.
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