Jason Richardson and Luke Holland Announce Global Record Release Livestream

Guitar virtuoso Jason Richardson and drumming phenom Luke Holland debut their newest album release, II , via a live streaming performance on HITKOR . Five free issues of Premier Guitar magazine are included with every ticket purchase.

Jason Richardson and Luke Holland today announced they will debut their newest album release, II , on October 1 at 6 p.m. PDT (9 p.m. EDT) via an international, live streaming performance exclusively on HITKOR. This will be the duo’s first online streaming event that will feature tracks from both their debut and most recent release. The broadcast will be available to the public in more than 30 countries. Virtual tickets are $17.99, while All Access passes that include behind-the-scenes content and interviews are $19.99. Included with every ticket purchase are five free issues of Premier Guitar magazine.

Richardson and Holland have amassed millions of social media followers and hundreds of millions of video views of their online performances. Richardson, 31, a Virginia native who lives in Los Angeles, is a progressive metal guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and instructor who has also designed signature guitars with Ernie Ball Music Man. Guitar World recently proclaimed him one of the 20 best guitarists on the planet. Holland, 29, hails from Arizona and also lives in Los Angeles. Currently, on the road with Falling in Reverse (which earned its third number one on Billboard‘s Hot Hard Rock Songs chart earlier this year), Holland won ModernDrummer Magazine’s 2022 Reader’s Poll for the streaming and social media category and has played with acts including RÜFÜS DU SOL, Playboi Carti and more.

“HITKOR offers digital eventgoers an entirely new way to enjoy their favorite acts,” says RussMiller, CEO of HITKOR. “Fans are given access to premium live entertainment and can watch it for 12+ months, all while tailoring their viewing experience via our multicam KORplayer.”

Viewers can expect premium video while immersed in HEAR360 Spatial Audio and become“directors” of the show by choosing different camera angles and customizing what they want to see when viewing an Encore performance. Using their mobile device, they can explore the stage in dynamic 180-degree virtual reality.

Sparrow (feat. Tina Guo) - Jason Richardson & Luke Holland

Partners include Premier Guitar, Ernie Ball/Music Man, and Liquid Death. Follow @officialHITKOR and visit hitkor.com for more information including the upcoming show schedule.

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