Qello Concerts is available on Amazon Channels, Apple TV, Roku, Google TV, Samsung Smart TV, on mobile devices, on the web at QelloConcerts.com, and more.
“The acquisition of Qello Concerts confirms our position as the market leader in music SVOD services worldwide following the successful launch of Stingray Classica, Stingray Djazz, and Stingray Karaoke with major providers such as Amazon Channels and Comcast,” said Eric Boyko, president, Co-founder, and CEO of Stingray.
“We see this agreement as a way forward to deliver on our mission of becoming the destination for consumers worldwide who want to discover and enjoy music across all platforms on all of their devices.”
“Qello Concerts’ mission has always been to preserve and curate the most iconic music performances and films, and to deliver the highest quality experience, which is exactly how music fans want to consume entertainment,” said Richard Johnson President and Co-founder of Qello Concerts.
“We couldn’t have chosen a more perfect new home than Stingray for Qello Concerts. Our passion for music, coupled with our dedication to deliver the ultimate user experience falls directly in line with Stingray’s mission. We look forward to accelerating growth and leveraging new opportunities as Stingray and Qello forge ahead together.”
Qello Concerts was founded in 2010 by Richard Johnson, Bob Frank, and Brian Lisi, and claims to have the world’s largest catalogue of concert films, music documentaries, and live streaming music events from the 1920s to today. The library spans all musical genres from classic rock, rock, progressive rock, blues, pop, country, metal, folk, jazz, EDM, indie, Christian & gospel, singer-songwriter, and more.