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Balancing Creativity and Logistics in Live Entertainment

In Industry by Cole Sosnoff

In my days in the restaurant industry, I came to appreciate the vital role of the Expediter – the orchestrator responsible for the rhythm and flow of every dish served. Their skillfulness ensures that a symphony of plates gracefully reaches each table throughout the restaurant. It becomes a subconscious part of your dining experience. At Live Bash, we find a …

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Empowering Artists in the Digital Age: Live Bash’s Mission

In Blog, Industry by Kristin Patterson

Hi!  KP here, I’m the CEO at Live Bash where our mission is to help artists find new ways to connect with fans.   Before I joined Live Bash, I spent 15 years in big tech at companies such as Google, Pinterest, and TikTok.  These digital platforms are amazing for organizing and distributing content, but an unintended consequence of our modern …

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Navigating the World of Blockchain in Entertainment with Live Bash

In Digital Collectibles, Industry by Cole Sosnoff

The other day I was watching a movie called Sneakers. I didn’t know anything about the flick, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. Being careful not to spoil too much (because I think it warrants a watch), the plot involves a decoder capable of accessing any global database by using cryptography. Just hearing “crypto” makes me think about blockchains. My tangential …

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A Guide to Marketing Live Shows

In Bash Class, Industry, Marketing by Bree Pear

Hey fam! Bree from Live Bash here 👋🏼 Whether you’re prepping for your next big live show or looking to boost engagement, you’re in the right place, I’m here to talk to you about social media marketing for artists. We’re diving into the nitty-gritty of using social media to not just promote your gigs but to create a vibe, a …

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From Merch to Digital Collectibles

In Digital Collectibles, Industry by Live Bash

Once upon a time, showing your fan love meant stacking up on physical merch. T-shirts that shouted your favorite band’s name, posters that adorned your walls, and those precious vinyl records – they were all badges of honor. They still are, but hey, times are changing, and so is the way we connect with our favorite tunes and artists. Enter …

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Revolutionizing Music Industry Revenue Sharing

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In today’s digital age, Music Industry Revenue Sharing has become a critical topic, especially as live streaming reshapes how we experience music. Live Bash is not just embracing this change; we’re leading it by prioritizing artist empowerment. Our unique approach? Offering artists a groundbreaking 80% of profits, a major shift from the traditional cuts in the music industry. A New …

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What are Digital Collectibles?

In Digital Collectibles, Industry by Live BashLeave a Comment

Live Bash is redefining the connection between live performances and technology with “Digital Collectibles in Entertainment.” We’re pioneering the use of blockchain to enhance fan-artist interactions. What Are Digital Collectibles? Digital collectibles are unique, blockchain-verified assets, ranging from live performance recordings to unique digital art. They provide fans with a new form of memorabilia, combining authenticity and exclusivity. These collectibles …

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How Blockchain Revolutionizes Live Entertainment at Live Bash

In Blockchain, Digital Collectibles, Industry by Bree Pear

Hey music lovers, comedy fanatics, tech enthusiasts, and anyone who craves a front-row seat to the future of live shows – gather ’round! We’re Live Bash, and we’re not just shaking things up in the entertainment industry, we’re setting the whole stage on fire (metaphorically, of course – safety first!). But how? Buckle up, because we’re about to drop some …

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The Web3 We Weave

In Industry by Bree Pear

Let’s take a stroll down memory lane, back to the days of ‘You’ve Got Mail’ and Britney Spears tunes. I’m a millennial who grew up alongside the internet, witnessing its evolution from a research resource to a social media powerhouse. I transitioned from AOL dial-up to phrases like “Google it” and “Tweet about it.” But when it comes to Web3, …