The Music NFT Show: Podcast Episode 18 – NFT Plazas

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Welcome to another round of The Music NFT Show! This week, we are back with Podcast Episode 18! This podcast is in collaboration with the incredible J.Thorn, a cutting-edge author, musician and podcaster, with a finger on the pulse of everything cool in music and NFTs.

J.Thorn along with his talented daughter Q, discusses a variety of music NFT news and topics. Q hosts the weekly artist spotlight and shows you what’s hip and trending in music NFTs.

So, grab your headphones and tune in for some epic beats and chats on the latest updates in Web3 music! Check out the summary notes below of this week’s Episode 18, and have a listen!

Quick summary: An interview with Travie.eth, a City of Evil, Ticketmaster masters NFT tickets, and Living Opera joins the web3 music space.


Avenged Sevenfold unveil new ‘virtual hub’, release statement on new album – “Named after their third studio album, Avenged Sevenfold: City Of Evil is a new virtual world experience created by blockchain gaming platform The Sandbox, promising users the chance to “explore, participate and socialize in an environment filled with iconic imagery, stories and music” from the world of Avenged Sevenfold.”

Ticketmaster selects Flow blockchain for minting NFT event tickets – “Customers will receive an NFT on top of a regular ticket purchase for select events.”

NFT micro-philanthropy gives a new voice to the opera – “An opera-centric DAO is using NFTs to open up new funding avenues to classical musicians outside of the limiting legacy institutions.”

Interview with Travie.eth

Artist Spotlight featuring Q

Artifact 003 #135/461 by The Weeknd x Strangeloop Studios

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