In a matter of days, Amazon Prime Video is expanding its offering by providing a channel which could become the next hub for music fans across the globe. The Coda Collection will be going live on February 18, 2021.

The new channel will have various titles such as The Rolling Stones On The Air and Johnny Cash At San Quentin. In total, there are expected to be 150 titles on offer for subscribers when the collection is released.

Exclusive performances will also be on offer from artists including Stone Temple Pilots and Jane’s Addiction. Furthermore, the platform can be trialled before any money is spent. Users can sign up for a seven day free trial before they will be billed $4.99 a month for the Coda Collection.

This channel has come about due to a number of people and companies. Those involved include Janie Hendrix of Experience Hendrix, Yoko Ono and the Estate of John Lennon, John McDermott and Jim Spinello.

Partnerships which have resulted in this collection have been created with Rhino Entertainment, Mercury Studios, Sony Music Entertainment, Reelin’ In The Years Productions and many more.

John McDermott said in a statement: ‘Our love for music and fascination for its history, pioneers, and continuing journey is what drives us. Music fans want more than just song streams and promotional videos.

‘They want concerts, documentaries, they want cultural context – and maybe most of all, they want to understand the stories behind the art and the artist. That’s how fans connect to one another, and to music itself.’

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