Say "goodbye" to low-quality livestreams and bootleg iPhone videos, music fans. A new at-home concert series from streaming platform Coda Collection and wireless giant Verizon gives viewers a 360-degree experience without the hassle of leaving the living room. The series launched Tuesday with an on-demand show from country hitmaker Jimmie Allen.
THE CODA COLLECTION PRESENTS A GLOBAL LIVE CELEBRATION...METALLICA’S TWO 40TH ANNIVERSARY SHOWS STREAMING LIVE FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Yoko Ono and Janie Hendrix are among the principals behind new music channel, the Coda Collection, which will stream exclusively via Amazon Prime Video. The channel is named after the new multimedia company Ono and Hendrix cofounded with CEO Jim Spinello, director/producer John McDermott, and veteran entertainment lawyer Jonas Herbsman. Sony Music Entertainment is an equity partner. The channel launches on February 18th.
The new streaming service offers a deep library of concert films and music documentaries. Rick Damigella explores The Coda Collection.
The Coda Collection, a new multi-media company, is launching a channel on Amazon Prime featuring rare concerts and music documentaries, exclusive premieres for films and more. The channel is combined with an editorial destination across Coda’s desktop and mobile sites, providing another perspective on the artists and music featured in the content. It will become available via Prime Video Channels in the U.S. on February 18th, 2021. The channel will roll out globally throughout the rest of 2021.
For true music lovers, music is about being part of a tribe. Whether it's the physical manifestation of gathering with 100,000 like-minded people at Coachella or Lollapalooza or back in the day spending an afternoon at the local record store. Or maybe it was just going to place you knew others were sharing your feelings, like tuning into MTV when Kurt Cobain died or your local rock radio station when John Lennon was murdered.