$125 to watch webcasts of 15 gigs by the Allman Brothers Band in March? Sign us up! Okay, so only select members of the Music Ally team (i.e. Juan and Stu) are in the target demographic for Moogis.com, a new site that’s offering live streams of those concerts and other gigs by jam-bands.The site has been developed by Wyndstorm and Net Music Communities, and besides the video (which will also be offered as archives), there’ll be social networking and e-commerce features.”The fans of the bands we have lined up understand two things about jam concerts: it’s about the music, and it’s about the social experience,” says Allman Bros drummer Butch Trucks, who’s involved with the site. “That’s why Wyndstorm’s social media solution was the ideal platform.”

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