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Kate Hudson TalkShopLive concert for her debut album “Glorious”

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Kate Hudson celebrates the release of her debut album, Gloriouswith a special “living room concert” and live broadcast on the TalkShopLive media platform.

Simulcast live on RollingStone.com (on this page), the event will take place on Friday, May 17 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. Viewers will be invited into Hudson’s home as she performs tracks from her rock and folk album, while answering fan questions and delving into the personal stories behind some of her new songs.

Hudson will also offer signed CDs and limited edition vinyl versions of Glorious for sale, as well as exclusive merchandise for the album. Viewers can purchase products directly from the video player while watching Hudson’s performance.

Kate Hudson’s TalkShopLive show will be simulcast on the actor-singer’s Instagram page and Facebook page, in addition to TalkShop.Live and RollingStone.com.

rolling stone is the authority on music and entertainment, and we are thrilled to partner with them for this special live concert from the incredible Kate Hudson,” says Bryan Moore, co-founder and CEO of TalkShopLive. “We built our platform for media moments like these, where consumers can enjoy premium video content accompanied by a seamless shopping experience. »

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In a recent interview with rolling stone, Hudson explained that although she had always loved music, she was nervous about releasing a full album for fear of criticism and rejection. But after spending time in the studio with her fiancé Danny Fujikawa and composer Linda Perry, Hudson was able to – literally – find her voice and create an album that she is now extremely proud to share with the world.

“When I knew it was done, that everything was under control and I was about to sign it, it was like giving birth to a baby – it really felt like that,” she says. “I was incredibly moved. But what was interesting was that I had no fear.