Turn library cards into never-ending Qello concert tickets
By: Jill Grunenwald, Marketing & Communications Specialist
In 1995, when the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum opened up here in Cleveland, my dad scored two tickets to the Grand Opening Concert at Cleveland Municipal Stadium. This was a once-in-a-lifetime concert, with performances from some of the Rock Hall’s legendary inductees. In the weeks leading up to the event, I begged him to take me but, of course, he took my mom (which, in the end, was the correct decision).
With Qello Concerts and Libby Extras, your patrons can stream their favorite music documentaries, live performances (including the Rock Hall’s 25th Anniversery Concert!), and more whenever they want. Qello offers over 1,500 of the most amazing moments in music history spanning 30 genres, from classical to rock, reggae to country. For your users, the most difficult part will be choosing what to watch first!
Front row seats to the greatest performances on film, including:
Qello Concert Exclusives
Janet Jackson: Live at Glastonbury
Lauryn Hill: Live at Austin City Limits
Lionel Richie: Live at Glastonbury
LL Cool J: Countdown Concert
Mary J. Blige: Live at iTunes Festival
Rihanna: Live at Made in America
More Qello Concerts
Alabama Shakes: Live at Austin City Limits
Jimi Hendrix: Live at Monterey
Lenny Kravitz: Just Let Go: Live
Nina Simone: Live at Montreux
Ray Charles: Live at Montreux
Tupac: House of Blues
Beyoncé: Life is But a Dream
B.B. King: The Life of Riley
Chuck Berry: The Original King of Rock n’ Roll
Earth Wind & Fire: Shining Stars
Prince: Purple Reign
Whitney Houston: Pop Profiles
Ready to give your patrons never-ending concert tickets?
Visit Databases & Streaming Media under the Shop tab in Marketplace to add Qello Concerts today to engage your community and introduce new users to all the digital services your library offers. Or sign up today for your free Libby Extras demo access. To learn more about how you can educate, entertain and engage your community with Libby Extras, visit the Resource Center.
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