Keb' Mo' & NOSPR - Rawa Blues Festival

Keb' Mo' & NOSPR - Rawa Blues Festival 2016

Rawa Blues Festival (pronounc. rava) is one of the largest (world's largest indoor blues festival) and most popular blues festivals in Europe and in the world. The festival was named after the Rawa River, which flows through the city of Katowice in Poland. The first edition was held in April 1981. Narodowa Orkiestra Symfoniczna Polskiego Radia w Katowicach , KEB' MO' , Corey Harris

Sting au Bataclan

Sting au Bataclan 2016

Legendary Paris rock venue, the Bataclan, has reopened with an emotional gig by the British singer Sting, a year after jihadi gunmen burst in and killed 90 people during a series of terrorist attacks in the French capital. The former Police frontman, 65, appeared on stage to cheers as hundreds of concert-goers including families of the victims and survivors, crowded together struggling to comprehend how gunmen could have burst into the venue – now completely refurbished to cover up its lasting scars, including a new stage and red velvet curtains – and opened fire on music fans in one of the most brutal attacks on French soil since the second world war.

Pet Rituals

Pet Rituals 2016

Moments before a hardcore band takes the stage, the lead singer tries to break off her toxic relationship with the band's drummer only to see the breakup take an explosive turn.

Concerts for the People of Kampuchea

Concerts for the People of Kampuchea 1981

Organized by Paul McCartney and the United Nations, these concerts were in response to the 1975-79 Khmer Rouge’s reign, where three million persons perished in Cambodia. During the concerts, McCartney brought three generations of popular musicians together. The older generation included McCartney and the Wings, The Who and members of Procol Harum. The middle generation was represented by Queen and members of Led Zeppelin. Most notably, there was the new generation of mainly New Wavers and Punk Rockers, such as The Pretenders, Elvis Costello and The Attractions, Ian Dury and the Blockheads, The Clash, and The Specials.

El último payador

El último payador 1950

The film tells the story of the payador José Bettinotti, a mythical character in Argentine music. It faithfully reconstructs the scenarios of the early twentieth century: the workers' struggles, the party meetings of the caudillos and the circus criollo, the cradle of Argentine theater and music

Outros (Doces) Bárbaros

Outros (Doces) Bárbaros 2003

Almost thirty years after the first reunion of Doces Bárbaros (four of Brazil's major popular music stars: Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa and Maria Bethânia), the artists involved decided to get together again for limited concerts in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, in December 2002. The film documents the group's live performances, rehearsals and interviews.

We Rise

We Rise 2016

Aa short documentary about a rock band from Eastbourne, East Sussex, called Delta Seven. It tells the uplifting story of how seven individuals with learning disabilities have come together to express themselves through music and challenge stereotypes.

I Capuleti e i Montecchi

I Capuleti e i Montecchi 2014

Bellini's radiant retelling of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is a beacon in the bel canto tradition. San Francisco Opera's co-production features two of the greatest voices in bel canto together for the first time: mezzo Joyce DiDonato and soprano Nicole Cabell. Their compelling duet is one of the finest marriages between two voices in many, many years. The production, directed by Vincent Broussard and featuring costumes by Christian Lecroix, is captured in brilliant HD.

Justin Hayward: Spirits... Live at the Buckhead Theatre Atlanta

Justin Hayward: Spirits... Live at the Buckhead Theatre Atlanta 2014

In autumn 2013 Justin Hayward, the legendary lead singer, guitarist and songwriter for The Moody Blues embarked on a tour of the American East Coast following the release of his album 'Spirits Of The Western Sky'. It would mark only the second time in his long and illustrious career that he would tour as a solo artist. The shows combined tracks from the 'Spirits' album alongside a mix of classic and rarely heard Moody Blues songs and Justin's worldwide hit 'Forever Autumn'. The final night of the tour at Atlanta's landmark Buckhead Theatre was filmed for this release.

Pagliacci

Pagliacci 2007

Roberto Alagna stars in this Arena di Verona production of the Leoncavallo opera.

King Drummer

King Drummer 1967

Ling Yun plays the replacement hired for a popular band whose egotistic drummer quit to join a rival group. When the new arrival becomes a hit, he earns the jealous wrath of the predecessor. Meanwhile, the young drummer's mother is fervently against his music career. With the gorgeous Lily Ho as the manageress of the band and some terrific drumming set pieces, the whole thing, needless to say, comes off with a bang.

Dizzy Mizz Lizzy: The Reunion Tour - Live in Concert 2010

Dizzy Mizz Lizzy: The Reunion Tour - Live in Concert 2010 2010

Live in Concert 2010 is a 19-song live recording of two concerts at the K.B. Hallen on 16–17 April 2010, by the Danish power rock band Dizzy Mizz Lizzy. On September 15, 2009, the band announced the Danish Dizzy Mizz Lizzy reunion tour taking place in Spring 2010 with concerts in Odense, Aarhus (2 shows), Aalborg, Esbjerg (2 shows) and Copenhagen (4 shows). The idea was spawned while Christensen, Nielsen and Friis went bowling, which they often did when meeting up. Dizzy Mizz Lizzy were overwhelmed when the tour's first show on 9 April at the K.B. Hallen had sold out in less than 15 seconds on 20 September 2009, and less than 45 seconds for the other shows. They realized the demand for their shows was far greater than expected. The band subsequently expanded the tour to a total of 52 dates, making this one of the most successful comebacks in the history of Danish music.

Jack Johnson Live at Kokua

Jack Johnson Live at Kokua 2012

Jack Johnson and Friends - Best of Kokua Festival is a live album by singer-songwriter Jack Johnson released in Germany on April 13, 2012, and worldwide on April 17, 2012. All songs on the album were recorded live during the six years (2004-8 & 2010) of Kokua Festivals. 100% of the profits from this release will be going to fund the Kokua Hawaii Foundation which supports environmental, art, and music education around the world.