Live From The Rocky Mountains, It’s Zac Brown Band!

Zac Brown Band is headlining Denver’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre Sunday night and you can watch it for free on your computer screen.

The band will stream its performance via its website direct to your desktop, made possible by tech outfit Ustream.

But this ain’t your father’s Internet stream. The netcast marks the debut of the company’s new Multivew technology, making the band’s Red Rocks appearance the first concert to be streamed live with five simultaneous camera angles, allowing you to pick your own views instead of taking whatever some faceless director dishes out.

While you’re picking your camera angles, Ustream’s Social Stream will be drawing live comments from Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, and AIM, making it big online party.

“Every show gets bigger and better, and we’ve been working hard to create an experience that’s unlike any other,” Brown said. “When people come to our show, we want to blow them away every time. So for us, this is no different. Except that for the first time we’re coming to the fans that can’t make it out to see us.”

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Showtime is 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central, 8 p.m. Mountain time and 7 p.m. Pacific. For more information, click here for the Zac Brown Band’s website and here for Ustream’s Internet HQ.