Watch music and cultural icon, Kanye, as he headlines his first show in five years, with special guest Drake. Live from the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, this livestream is in support of raising awareness of the need for prison and sentencing reform.
For 30 years, the Grateful Dead were the most unlikely success story in rock and roll. At the peak of their popularity, they were the highest-grossing concert act in America, but they did it by breaking all the rules.
This film traces and reveals The Full, Previously Un-Told Story Of Stevie Ray Vaughan's Glory Years, the period between the release of his debut album and his tragic death in a helicopter crash in 1989.
Freda Kelly was the Beatles devoted secretary and friend from the beginning, witnessing their rise to stardom and eventual breakup. This revealing doc shares her amazing stories about the band for the very first time.
A concert film with theatrical staging, featuring live performances by Prince and his band.
Filled with nursery rhymes and baby songs featuring real-life kids being kids. Your little one will love singing songs, telling jokes, reciting rhymes and playing pretend with their friends from Mother Goose Club Playhouse. Featuring classic nursery rhymes like "The Wheels on the Bus", "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" and "Pat-A-Cake", your child is sure to have a blast!
The band's roots go back to their role as defining artists in the phenomenally popular Southern California rock scene of the '70s, a decade in which they delivered four consecutive #1 albums. Their momentous 2004 farewell tour filled stadiums around the world, and this film captures one of the most stellar events from that now-historic global sweep.
The Howlin' Wolf Story - The Secret History of Rock & Roll is a 2003 documentary about the life of blues legend Chester 'Howlin' Wolf' Burnett. It features rare material, including performances of many of his classic Chess Records tunes, an appearance on the show Shindig introduced by the Rolling Stones (1964) and drummer Sam Lay's home movies from the Chicago Blues scene of the 1960s
When Nas was just 19 years old, he composed what would become one of hip-hop's defining masterpieces, Illmatic. To mark its 20th anniversary, Nas delivers a standout performance with the National Symphony Orchestra at DC's Kennedy Center. Between songs, the program cuts away to both archival and new interview footage to document Nas' rise from Queensbridge upstart to influential rap icon.
Rodgers & Hammerstein's cinematic treasure, "The Sound of Music" is the winner of five Academy Awards, including Best Picture. In this true-life story, Julie Andrews lights up the screen as Maria, a spirited young Austrian woman who leaves the convent to become a governess for Captain von Trapp's (Christopher Plummer) seven unruly children. Her charm and songs soon win the hearts of the children - and their father. But when Nazi Germany unites with Austria, Maria is forced to attempt a daring escape with her new family.
A drama centered on a rising country-music songwriter (Hedlund) who sparks with a fallen star (Paltrow). Together, they mount his ascent and her comeback, which leads to romantic complications involving her husband/manager (McGraw) and a beauty queen-turned-singer (Meester).
This live performance spanned singles such as "Landslide" and "Silver Springs" and features the previously unreleased "Bleed To Love Her." This powerful performance contains 5 tracks not released on the audio version - "Gold Dust Woman," "Gypsy," "Go Insane," "Over My Head," & "Songbird." The USC Marching Band highlights the evening giving a memorable performance during "Tusk," & "Don't Stop."