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Severe Tire Damage was the first band to perform live on the Internet.[1][2] On June 24, 1993, the band was playing a gig at Xerox PARC while elsewhere in the building, scientists were discussing new technology (the MBone) for broadcasting on the Internet using multicasting.  
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Severe Tire Damage was the first band to perform live on the Internet.<ref> Savetz, K., Randall, N., and Lepage, Y., "MBONE: Multicasting Tomorrow's Internet", John Wiley, 1996, ISBN 1-5688472-3-8</ref><ref>Rogers, Adam, "15 Years of Wired", Wired Magazine, June 2008, page 166.</ref> On June 24, 1993, the band was playing a gig at Xerox PARC while elsewhere in the building, scientists were discussing new technology (the MBone) for broadcasting on the Internet using multicasting.  
  
Mark got them to be the First band on the internet - rolling stone
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Mark got them to be the First band on the internet - Rolling Stone
 
To play the first show on the internet  
 
To play the first show on the internet  
 
and they finally agreed to do so.
 
and they finally agreed to do so.
and mark weister's band, extreme tire damage, opened for them  
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and mark weister's band, extreme tire damage, opened for them.
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So, Rolling Stone, the first band on the Internet, was preceded by Weiser's band. - Renan
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Revision as of 22:52, 25 March 2012

Severe Tire Damage was the first band to perform live on the Internet.[1][2] On June 24, 1993, the band was playing a gig at Xerox PARC while elsewhere in the building, scientists were discussing new technology (the MBone) for broadcasting on the Internet using multicasting.

Mark got them to be the First band on the internet - Rolling Stone To play the first show on the internet and they finally agreed to do so. and mark weister's band, extreme tire damage, opened for them.

So, Rolling Stone, the first band on the Internet, was preceded by Weiser's band. - Renan

References

  1. Savetz, K., Randall, N., and Lepage, Y., "MBONE: Multicasting Tomorrow's Internet", John Wiley, 1996, ISBN 1-5688472-3-8
  2. Rogers, Adam, "15 Years of Wired", Wired Magazine, June 2008, page 166.