This Oct. 17, 2012, file photo, shows a sign in front of Yahoo! headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)
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Yahoo's hopes for renewed stardom on the Internet stage are being pinned on a song.Make that many songs -- performed by popular musicians in real time, and streamed daily at yahoo.com/live beginning with a concert Tuesday by The Dave Matthews Band.In what analysts see as a bold move by Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer, the faded Internet search pioneer is betting on live music as part of its shift to premier online content, which has also included recruiting news, music and television stars for online magazines focused on technology, film and food.The Dave Matthews Band kicked off a year of daily free streaming concerts on a Live Nation Channel on Yahoo Screen. A Yahoo page for two music sets by DMB featured links for buying digital downloads of songs or tickets to upcoming concerts.Yahoo magazine pieces on DMB music videos or scenic places to see the band perform were teased, along with posts at Yahoo-owned Tumblr.
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