Music News — September 15, 2011 at 6:01 pm

Tyketto worldwide live webcast in November!


For Tyketto fans world wide, especially those that were never able to see the band live, now’s your chance.

On Saturday, November 26th at 3:00pm EST, we will be globally broadcasting a live webcast from the New York area. This show will feature the original line up of Danny Vaughn, Brooke St. James, Michael Clayton and Jimi Kennedy….onstage together for the first time in years, along with our fifth member, Bobby Lynch on keyboards.

By now, word may have gotten around to you that Tyketto are working on their first new studio album in fifteen years. In the middle of all of that, we started talking about whether or not we would tour and where we would be able to perform.  It’s always been a real sore spot to the band that there are fans all over the world that we have never been able to play for. But now we can, and you can be a part of it!

It doesnt matter where you live. As long as you have a computer with an Internet connection, you are invited to a front row seat at an exclusive Tyketto concert.. (And you don’t even have to leave your house to attend!)

What makes this show so special is that YOU are all a major part of it. We will have live chat, email Q&A and we welcome your set list requests.  This is a 100% fan interactive concert; the likes of which we have never attempted.  As it’s LIVE television…..anything can happen….we’re sure there will be plenty of surprises!

Here’s how it works: Tickets are $15.00 (USD) for each user and are on sale NOW!

Paypal your payment to:

You will receive an access code within 5-7 days (email us immediately if you do not).

At 3:00pm on Saturday, November 26th, simply click on this link and enter your access code –

Click here to check our airtime vs your local time –  Enter 3:00pm New York Time, USA

The broadcast will air for approximately ninety minutes.

Come and be a part of this worldwide audience with us!

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