Home Preview Livestream Preview: Rhett Miller @ StageIt, 3/25/20

Livestream Preview: Rhett Miller @ StageIt, 3/25/20

Livestream Preview: Rhett Miller @ StageIt, 3/25/20

Rhett Miller by Ebru Yildiz
Rhett Miller (Photo by Ebru Yildiz)

With more time at home, folks are flocking to broadcast avenues like Twitch and Zoom. While it’s not easy to replace the live concert experience, StageIt, another broadcast site gaining popularity, is giving it a go with remarkable results.

See for yourself by catching Old 97s frontman Rhett Miller in a solo show at StageIt on Wednesday, March 25.

After more than two decades as founding member of the venerable Old 97’s and acclaimed singer-songwriter in his own right, Rhett crafted a trio of new projects that found him pushing his creative energies in hitherto untraveled directions not too long ago. Among them were two utterly unique new albums — one solo, the other as part of Old 97’s — as well as his first ever book, a collection of subversive kids’ poems.

From THE MESSENGER to LOVE THE HOLIDAYS to NO MORE POEMS!, Rhett’s output was testament to those aforementioned decades of experience, each distinct project marked by his ever-increasing skill set and multi-faceted approach to art and artistry. Having long ago committed himself to the artist’s life, he has kept his nose to the grindstone, determined each and every day to create something of quality, meaning, and purpose.

Watch the official music video for “Most in the Summertime” by Rhett Miller on YouTube:

StageIt is an online venue where artists perform live, interactive, monetized shows for their fans directly from a laptop, offering fans unique experiences that are never archived.

“On Stageit, artists perform live, online shows from their laptop that are never recorded or archived. That’s right! Every Stageit show is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that’s not to be missed,” the company says.

You can interact with the artist by asking questions or requesting songs. And the artists get paid because you purchase a ticket to the show.

Read our Parklife DC review of Rhett Miller solo at the Black Cat on Feb. 9, 2020.

Buy your ticket online now.

Rhett Miller
Wednesday, March 25
Show @ 9pm ET
Pay What You Can
All ages


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