The White Buffalo announces ‘On The Widow’s Walk’ exclusive live stream concert + fan chat

The White Buffalo, real name Jake Smith, is offering fans a premium one-time-only live stream concert event on Sunday, April 5 at 12pm PST/3pm EST. Coming on the heels of worldwide postponements and cancellations of nearly all large gatherings due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus, including three of Smith’s own concerts in California, this live stream will be the first opportunity for fans of The White Buffalo to hear material from his forthcoming Shooter Jennings-produced album, On The Widow’s Walk, out April 17 on Snakefarm Records.

“Like most of you, me, Matt and Christopher’s worlds have been completely thrown off course,” says Smith. “Our goal with this live stream is to spread a little joy and bring together the global White Buffalo community by giving you the chance to hear parts of the new record first. This will only happen once while it’s live so make sure to grab a digital pass and save to your calendar!”

The White Buffalo’s streaming partner, Http:// is bringing music fans closer to the artists they love with a new art to live streaming. The company, headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, works hand-in-hand with each artist to tell an offstage story captured as a live event for fans to enjoy globally. Every production is of premium quality yet remains raw, uncut, and authentically catered to any genre of music. The only way to tune in is through, a platform and interactive experience continuously shaped and evolved by the artists themselves.

Access to The White Buffalo: On The Widow’s Walk Exclusive Live Stream is a flat $10 USD. Purchasing a pass, adding to a user’s calendar, and joining the stream on April 5 at 12pm PST can all be done at The event can be enjoyed on any device.  With further questions, reach out to


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