Watch Duran Duran concert live this Wednesday!

Tuesday, March 22, 2011
By Sara Moore
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Tomorrow, Duran Duran will begin the second year of the highly successful “Unstaged: An Original Series from American Express.” The performance will be live-streamed from the Mayan Theatre in Los Angeles at 10pm EST/7pm PST at YouTube.com/DuranDuranVEVO. The concert which includes all four original members, Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, John Taylor and Roger Taylor will take place the day after the release of the bands 13th studio album All You Need is Now.

Award-winning filmmaker David Lynch will direct the show. He said, “The idea is to try and create on the fly, layers of images permeating Duran Duran on the stage. A world of experimentation and hopefully some happy accidents.”

Fans can digitally connect for a better at-home and in-concert experience in the following ways:
* “All Of Us Now” Photo Project: Audiences worldwide will collaborate with David Lynch in an on-stage and online art installation, by submitting photos. In true Lynch style, the photos will be showcased on surreal displays throughout the night. Visit YouTube.com/DuranDuranVEVO to find out more and submit videos.
* Online Pre-show: Building anticipation of the night, viewers who tune in early to the live-stream will catch an exclusive segment directed by David Lynch.
* Tweet The Band: Fans can Tweet questions to #amexduranduran for a chance to have them answered by the band in a series of Pre-Show vignettes.
* Choose Your Cam: The audience can control their viewing experience throughout the show by switching between the director’s main stream and alternate “Lynchian” artistic lenses on the night.
* “The Now Pulse” Crowd Visualizer: Further uniting the audiences at the show and at home, this new interactive project will create a real-time visualization of crowd excitement based on social chatter online. When the social buzz reaches a climax, a special Duran Duran memento will be unlocked for fans everywhere.


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