Live Music Pioneers nugs.net Launch Streaming Service

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nugs.net, has launched their first subscription streaming service. The app allows subscribers to listen to 250,000+ jams as part of 10,000+ shows for over 16,000+ hours of music.

The nugs.net app features thousands of concerts on demand, free 24/7 nugs.net radio streams and recommended shows. Other features include playlisting and offline playback, so you can access your shows when you’re off grid.  The app also has social sharing functions, curated weekly featured shows, high-quality audio streaming, fan reviews, and is available in both iOS and Android formats.

The service is $12.99 per month or $129.99 per year, which gives users unlimited access to the app’s catalog of live sets. Non-subscribers can listen to a rotating selection of featured shows, plus a free stream of nugs.net radio, a 24/7 playlist of selected live tracks from nugs.net’s extensive archives.

The nugs.net app currently includes the likes of 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.  All of which were part of the service at launch, and who will add new shows nightly throughout their tours.

This could an interesting test of the targeted streaming space.  “For the fan of live music, there’s never been an easier way to have all of your favorite concerts at your fingertips,” the company proclaimed to the jam band faithful.  “The nugs.net app lets you choose that epic show from your 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.”

There is currently a free seven-day trial for the subscription service available at nugs.net/app.

7 Responses

  1. Tim G

    Is this an paid ad for a bad service? Who are the “live music pioneers”? Who needs or wants this?

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  2. Marc

    Just tried this out and … wow this bad. Very hard to navigate and audio quality is lower than any other service. Good luck fellas.

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    • Calbert

      Yes, like in the ’80s and most of the bootleg cassettes were traded or copied for free. Who is ever going to pay $12.99 for this service??? F’ing joke.

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  3. um71

    Service is awesome. I have no idea what people are complaining about. If you like the bands offered, this is a great deal. I have been waiting for the ability to listen to the shows offline. I’m in.

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