DiscLive Inc., a New York-based specialist in souvenir CDs of concert performances, says it sold more than 15,000 CDs during a recent three-week tour by the Pixies.

DiscLive Inc., a New York-based specialist in souvenir CDs of concert performances, says it sold more than 15,000 CDs during a recent three-week tour by the Pixies.

The company says it sold live CDs on-site to an average of more than 20% of show attendees. At some shows, 50% of attendees made DiscLive purchases.

The North American tour started April 13 in Minneapolis and wrapped May 2 at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif.

In other DiscLive news, the comany has opened a Los Angeles office headed by Stephen Prendergast, who joins as GM, West Coast. Prendergast, formerly of BMG International and co-founder of Squint Entertainment, will be joined in L.A. by DiscLive co-founder Dave Blanchard.

Prendergast reports to DiscLive CEO Rich Isaacson and president Sami Valkonen, who are both based in New York.

DiscLive is a subsidiary of publicly traded Immediatek, a Dallas-based developer of secure CD-burning technology.

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