Nashville’s 3rd & Lindsley Teams With To Webcast Music Performances

Nashville venue 3rd & Lindsley has partnered with live concert streaming/recording platform for live show webcasting. Artists can now use the venue as a webcasting location, to offer both pay-per-view events and free-to-fans webcasts. has previously webcast live events for artists including Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell, Tyler Childers and more.

Five cameras have been installed at 3rd & Lindsley, with PTZ remote control functionality and the ability to expand to eight cameras. Additionally, all encoding and editing gear has been installed to create a turn-key video streaming experience.

3rd & Lindsley’s owner Ron Brice said, “As we approach our 30th year of operating as an independent venue we could not be happier about the relationship and culture we will continue to build with now in the family. Their reputation for evolving to capture the connections between artists and fans with audio and video technology is something we have enjoyed as music lovers for many years, and now we can all continue in artist development together in Nashville.” founder and CEO Brad Serling added, “We could not be more excited about this partnership with 3rd & Lindsley. So many incredible musicians have graced their stage. We look forward to sharing the magic that happens with artists of all genres on their stage with music fans everywhere.”


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