Source: AHN All Headline News 8/20/2006

Burnlounge Teams with Live Nation

Live Nation Inks Deal With BurnLounge

Komfie Manalo - All Headline News Foreign Correspondent Los Angeles, CA (AHN) - Global events organizer Live Nation has entered an exclusive agreement with digital music service BurnLounge giving the latter's VIP members preferential treatment to Live Nation's concert venues.

Bruce Eskowitz, Live Nation's president and CEO of global venues and alliances said the deal will give BurnLounge members special access to amenities at selected company amphitheaters, clubs and VIP rooms across the United States including live date feeds of event information and links to purchase concert tickets.

The Hollywood Reporter said Live Nations owns and manages booking rights to 153 venues around the world. Early this month, the company bought majority stakes in Musictoday, after acquiring the House of Blue Entertainment for $350 million in July.

BurnLounge president Ryan Dadd said, "It not only benefits our community but provides BurnLounge with incredible visibility to thousands of concert-goers in key markets." He said the deal is a natural fit.

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