nugs.net, a digital music company, has launched their first subscription streaming service. The service launched with 10,000 professionally recorded concerts. Dedicated live music fans will now be able to attend the latest shows available.
The launch includes a passel of shows from Halloween including sets from Phil Lesh from the Capitol Theater, Umphrey's McGee from the Riverside Ballroom in Milwaukee, WI and Widespread Panic from the U.S. Cellular Center in Asheville, NC. There are also more than 50 classic Halloween shows from the vaults.
nugs.net focuses on renowned road warriors who have rabid fans, including Pearl Jam, Phil Lesh & Friends, The Black Crowes, The Disco Biscuits, Widespread Panic, Gov't Mule, moe., Umphrey's McGee and Yonder Mountain String Band, among others who will all be part of the nugs.net service at launch and who will add new shows nightly throughout their tours.
The mobile streaming service launched with native iOS and Android apps, which can be accessed at nugs.net/app. There is a seven-day free trial for the subscription service, and pricing is $12.99 per month for unlimited access to the app's catalog of live sets, or $129.99 per year. Non-subscribers can listen to a rotating selection of featured shows, plus a free stream of nugs.net radio, a 24x7 playlist of cherry-picked live tracks from nugs.net's extensive archives.
nugs.net features include:
• Thousands of concerts on demand
• Free 24x7 nugs.net radio stream
• Social sharing
• Curated weekly featured shows
• High-quality audio streaming
• Offline playback
• Fan reviews
• Recommended shows
The nugs.net app allows users to choose a specific show from their favorite band's tour, or find the best sets from back in the day. With the nugs.net app, fans can revisit their favorite performances with ease and keep up with last night's show.
For more information, visit nugs.net.