LiveXLive Partners With iHeartMedia To Exclusively Stream The “iHeartCountry Album Release Party With Florida Georgia Line” On February 19, 2021
LiveXLive Media, a global platform for livestream and on-demand audio, video and podcast content in music, comedy and pop culture announced that they will partner with iHeartMedia to exclusively livestream stream the “iHeartCountry Album Release Party with Florida Georgia Line” on Friday, February 19 at 7 pm local time.
The “iHeartCountry Album Release Party with Florida Georgia Line” will celebrate their fifth album, Life Rolls On (BMLG Records), released on February 12, 2021. The virtual event, hosted by iHeartRadio’s Brooke Taylor, will feature a performance, exclusive interview and needle drops from their new album with a livestream on LiveXLive and radio broadcast across iHeartMedia’s Mainstream Country radio stations at 7pm local time.
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“As our partnership continues to grow and strengthen with iHeartMedia, we are happy to share this experience with audiences worldwide via our exclusive livestream. These country mega-stars never stop delivering passionate performances and unmatched energy. Fans won’t be disappointed,” stated Dermot McCormack, president of LiveXLive.
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The LiveXLive platform offers livestream concerts, festivals, music news, docu-reality series and interviews as well as on-demand audio and audio playlists and vodcasts/podcasts. In 2020, LiveXLive’s library has garnered over 118 million views worldwide. LiveXLive has powered global pay-per-view and livestream hits with some of the world’s most renowned talent including Pitbull, Monsta X, Darius Rucker, Kygo, Jimmy Buffett, Zac Brown, Sofi Tukker, Darius Rucker, Hot Chelle Rae, Billy Joel, Bon Jovi, Chris Rock, Idina Menzel, Jennifer Lopez, Sullivan King, and Champagne Drip.
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