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Photo is a link to the Awards Stream from Steve Jobs Theater from 6:30 PM Pacific Time, December 4, 2019

At 6:30 p.m. Pacific Time or 9:30 p.m. Eastern Time, Apple streamed its first ever Music Awards show. Billie Eilish performed live Globally with a live stream of the Event that took place at the Steve Jobs Theater.

By clicking on the photo above you can see the stream, in case you missed it live. It may require an Apple Music sign in – but Apple is offering 3 Months free to anyone that wanted to check out the concert. (may vary by country). You just have to remember to end the subscription within three months if you don’t want to pay.

On December 3, Apple announced that Billie Eilish was Global Artist of the Year and the Songwriter of the Year along with her brother Finneas. Song of the Year was “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X, while Lizzo was the breakthrough Artist of the Year .

This admittedly groundbreaking concert appears to be partially intended to get folks that have upgraded to new software on iOS and mac OS to activate the new functions of the Music app, if they haven’t already done so. Here is the link which will take you to the iTunes and or Music app where you can stream the the show: Billie Eilish Live Stream . Of you do not have the app required you will be prompted to download it after clicking the link.

Using the Steve Jobs Theater as a concert venue, part of the Apple Park campus normally used to keynotes and the likes, is also groundbreaking and appears to be a first step toward many new things Apple will be trying going forward.

This new Annual Award and the show are yet another example of the expanding universe of Apple service and media oriented projects. Along with Apple TV+ there is a rapidly growing array of ways that Apple is linking directly to entertainment. Apple News and Apple News + features the information side of things, while the many software offerings, many with a price tag of zero and others, such as Final Cut Pro, for a modest price, relatively speaking, as well as Arcade for gaming subscribers and so on.

The expansion, as we previously predicted is just getting started in 2019 and will literally explode by the end of next year. So far, particularly tonight’s concert, we are seeing great things on the horizon. Enjoy.


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