EVANESCENCE: 'Live From Las Vegas' To Be Made Available Exclusively On iTunes

The Palms Casino Resort has announced that it has teamed up with iTunes to offer music fans "Live from Las Vegas" performances including exclusive audio and video available for purchase on the iTunes Store. The brand new $80 million concert theater The Pearl at The Palms is set to make its grand debut with a performance by EVANESCENCE on March 17. "Evanescence: Live from Las Vegas" will be available exclusively on iTunes in the coming weeks, including extended song lists and behind-the-scenes interviews for purchase and download.

"We are thrilled to offer live performances from Grammy-winning artists such as EVANESCENCE at The Pearl on the iTunes Store," said Palms owner George Maloof. "Not only is The Pearl the most stunning concert venue in the country, but it's the first major live music venue to be built from the ground up with iTunes in mind."

"iTunes is the world's most popular online music store and we strive to bring music fans great exclusive content," said Eddy Cue, Apple's vice president of iTunes. "The 'Live from Las Vegas' series has already proven to be a hit and we look forward to many more stellar performances at The Pearl."

Las Vegas' premier concert theater, The Pearl boasts accommodations for up to 2,500 ticket holders and features a state-of-the-art system for digitally capturing live performances. Epic performances and rare behind-the-scenes looks will be captured live from The Pearl, edited and made available within the Live from Las Vegas area on iTunes. The concert series will regularly feature extended song lists and special behind-the-scenes video including candid interviews and even recording sessions in Studio at the Palms, the casino-resort's state-of-the-art recording facility.

The upcoming "Evanescence: Live from Las Vegas" performance joins an amazing performance and interview with Grammy-winning artist JOHN LEGEND from inside Studio at The Palms, and Australian rockers WOLFMOTHER from The Lounge at The Palms.

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