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MSN India brings live concerts of Elton John, Beyonce Knowles, Kylie Minogue

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MSN India brings live concerts of Elton John, Beyonce Knowles, Kylie Minogue

MSN India has been providing music lovers a chance to experience music concerts of their favourite artists from their homes itself. The portal’s association with Control Room in last October has allowed MSN to broadcast the music concerts live and also put it up for on-demand streaming on the site.

For March, the portal has lined up performances by Evanescence, Elton John and The Pussycat Dolls.

Commenting on the concerts, Krishna Prasad, Executive Producer, MSN India, said, “After the huge response we got from our users for the live concerts on MSN Control Room, it’s our pleasure to continue to provide them with music from the best artists across the globe.” He further said that there would be many more such concerts in the months to come.

Previously, Beyonce Knowles, Snoop Dogg, Kylie Minogue and John Mayer have performed in MSN’s Control Room. The concerts are broadcast directly from the concert arenas live and are available for on-demand streaming after the live broadcast.


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