Paul Oakenfold & The Bourne Conspiracy Soundtrack to Air on Webcast

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Sierra Entertainment and Yahoo! have announced that a Live Webcast of selections from the original soundtrack for the upcoming game from Sierra based on Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Conspiracy will be debuting at the 2008 Winter Music Conference in Miami, Florida. “The Bourne Sessions,” as the performance has been dubbed, will feature DJ, remixer and producer Paul Oakenfold along with members of the Florida Classical Symphony. Atlantic recording artist Cee-Lo Green will also give a guest a performance.

The concert will be shot live at Mansion, one of Miami’s newest super clubs, on March 25, 2008 and broadcast over Yahoo! Live and Sierra’s The Bourne Conspiracy Web site.

Yahoo! is going all out for the event providing coverage in several capacities:

  • Yahoo! Live http://live.yahoo.com/ a new service from Yahoo! which provides a social broadcasting experience, will air the event live on March 25th from multiple perspectives so viewers can interact with each other, in real-time. Sierra Entertainment is also partnering with Yahoo! to broadcast live coverage of the event at http://www.bournesessions.com/
  • Yahoo! Music will air a fully produced, world broadcast premier of the event via http://music.yahoo.com in late April
  • Yahoo! will have the exclusive premier of Oakenfold’s “Falling” music video, featuring Cee-Lo
  • Yahoo! Games will launch an exclusive, never-before-seen trailer of The Bourne Conspiracy, on the day of the event

via PRNewsWire

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3 Comments on Paul Oakenfold & The Bourne Conspiracy Soundtrack to Air on Webcast

Steve

On March 24, 2008 at 9:38 pm

sweet.

Narrator

On March 24, 2008 at 10:42 pm

I will buy this game now simply because Oakenfold is doing the music. This is Awesome!

Kurt Hagen

On March 27, 2008 at 12:08 pm

:!: Actually it was the Florida Classical Orchestra :!: