Elton John's first pay-per-view webcast, due to take place tonight at the Great Amphitheatre in Ephesus, is struggling to drum up interest, according to reports.
Although the gig will still go ahead in front of a live audience of 9000, virtual fans have not been signing up.
Fans have been asked to pay around £10 for a virtual ticket to watch tonight's concert live on the MSN website, and a recording of it due to be aired over the next seven days.
MSN promises "a mix of his best loved hits, plus a unique preview or two from his soon to be released Songs from the West Coast". But an MSN spokesman quoted in today's press said that interest had been thin on the ground.
Apparently the company is hoping that a flood of bookings will come in today, but so far only a few thousand people have asked for information and even less have bought tickets.
MSN has struggled with its webcasts before, but for quite the opposite reasons.
An online Madonna concert held in February was in such demand by users that around 60 per cent of the nine million viewers were unable to get on the site to see the star perform.
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