LiveBonnaroo gives fans a glimpse of past festivals

The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival has launched a new website, www.LiveBonnaroo.com, touting exclusive downloads of live recordings from the past three years of Bonnaroo festivals. 

Highlights from 2006, 2005 and 2004 including sets by The Black Keys, Steel Train, Rusted Root, Calexico, My Morning Jacket and many others have been archived with new content being added almost daily.  The high quality, multi-track audio recordings have been mastered and remixed and are available in both MP3 and FLAC formats.  Performances are available for purchase with custom printable booklets, tray inlays, and labels. 

Recent additions to www.livebonnaroo.com include Buddy Guy’s first Bonnaroo performance in 2006 featuring classic covers of Cream’s “Strange Brew” and blues staple “Hoochie Coochie Man.”  

The Neville Brothers have also recently approved their set from June 17, 2006 which includes covers of New Orleans classics “Hey Pocky Way,” “Fire on the Bayou,” “Iko Iko,” and Professor Longhair’s “Big  Chief.”  A full disc’s worth of music from Blackalicious was also added recently.  The first three songs of each artists’ set are available to be streamed free of charge.

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