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07:00
Lianne La Havas: Live at Casino de Paris... The sold out show at the Casino de Paris was a liberating and celebratory experience as Lianne La Havas performed cuts off her acclaimed 2015 album Blood, including such tracks as Green and Gold, Midnight and Wonderful. In addition to previous fan favorites and singles off her past work, Lianne dedicated the song Unstoppable to the Parisian people in regards to the terrorist attack there, which originally caused her to postpone the show.
08:04
Thomas Carbou: Spectacle Au Bleury... Thomas Carbou and Patrick Graham share an almost telepathic rapport, blending spontaneous improvisation, electronic looping, and Brazilian and Indian musical influences to create ecstatic groove pieces and dream-like soundscapes. They use a wide array of instruments, including a custom-built 8-string guitar, cuatro, bouzouki, cajón, frame drums, berimbau, udu, and metal percussion instruments, as well as samplers and laptops, adding their own hypnotic vocals to the mix. This concert was recorded at Montréal's Le Bleury Vinyl Bar, near the Place des Festivals, known worldwide as the venue for the Montreal International Jazz Festival.
09:30
HIM - Live at The Metro Theatre... Fronted by vocalist Ville Valo, the love metallers left an indelible stamp on the hearts of their fans when they brought their show to The Metro Theatre featuring all the hits including 'Right Here In My Arms', 'Wicked Game', 'Join Me In Death' and many more!
10:55
The Rolling Stones - Live at Glastonbury... More than a show, this is a historical document of the greatest rock band in activity of all time. The Rolling Stones band was formed in London in 1962, alongside the Beatles, and is considered the most significant of the so-called British Invasion in the 1960s. It has stood out in the musical and behavioral changes around the world and has sold more than 240 Millions of albums worldwide. The Rolling Stones played at the iconic Glastonbury Festival for the first time in the history of the band and the festival, where they headed the Pyramid Stage. The band played an incredible setlist, including a special version of 'Factory Girl', which was adapted to become 'Glastonbury Girl'. The band was joined in the songs Can't You Hear Me Knocking, Midnight Rambler and I Can't Get No Satisfaction by former member Mick Taylor, who was a Rolling Stones from 1969 to 1974; In addition, one of the last records of the saxophonist and collaborator of the Stones, Boby Keys, died in 2014.
12:06
Adele - Live at Glastonbury... Pop star Adele has conquered the Glastonbury festival with an emotional set, full of generosity and warmth.The crowd in front of the Pyramid Stage stretched as far as the eye could see, as she opened with a note-perfect rendition of Hello.
13:43
Shakira - Live from Paris... Latin sensation Shakira is captured as she performs live during her 2011 concert The Sun Comes Out World Tour at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercey in France that includes international hits 'Waka Waka (This is Africa)', 'Hips Do not Lie', 'Whenever, Wherever', 'Eyes So', 'She Wolf'.
16:00
Hangout Festival 2016... The Hangout Festival is the first and only music festival of it's kind in North America. Located directly on white sandy beaches surrounded by palm trees, the festival treats guests to a unique festival experience and consistently features a diverse selection of top touring artists. This year's headliners are The Weeknd, Florence + the Machine, Alabama Shakes, Ellie Goulding, Lenny Kravitz and Haim.
17:00
Hangout Festival 2016... The Hangout Festival is the first and only music festival of it's kind in North America. Located directly on white sandy beaches surrounded by palm trees, the festival treats guests to a unique festival experience and consistently features a diverse selection of top touring artists. This year's headliners are The Weeknd, Florence + the Machine, Alabama Shakes, Ellie Goulding, Lenny Kravitz and Haim.
18:02
AC/DC - No Bull... No Bull documents the classic 1996 Ballbreaker tour, recorded at the Plaza De Toros De Las Ventas (Madrid, Spain). The show, involving a crane, a large model of Rosie and a finale with half a dozen blazing cannons, features 20 live tracks spanning their then 23-year career. It features 4 tracks from Ballbreaker album, as well as other classic songs by the band.
20:07
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band - Live at Glastonbury... With more than 40 years of career, the legendary Bruce Springsteen packed a crowd of fans in his debut at the Glastonbury Festival 2009 in the UK with the group E Street Band. Excited, Bruce sang songs from his album Working on a Dream and of course, could not miss the longest-awaited hits by the audience during the show as Dancing In The Dark.
21:34
Lovebox 2016... London's inner-city dance festival is a vivid explosion of colour, glitter and jungle fever. Now in it's 13th-year, it remains the city's leading festival of dance-music.
22:35
The Rolling Stones - Live at Glastonbury... More than a show, this is a historical document of the greatest rock band in activity of all time. The Rolling Stones band was formed in London in 1962, alongside the Beatles, and is considered the most significant of the so-called British Invasion in the 1960s. It has stood out in the musical and behavioral changes around the world and has sold more than 240 Millions of albums worldwide. The Rolling Stones played at the iconic Glastonbury Festival for the first time in the history of the band and the festival, where they headed the Pyramid Stage. The band played an incredible setlist, including a special version of 'Factory Girl', which was adapted to become 'Glastonbury Girl'. The band was joined in the songs Can't You Hear Me Knocking, Midnight Rambler and I Can't Get No Satisfaction by former member Mick Taylor, who was a Rolling Stones from 1969 to 1974; In addition, one of the last records of the saxophonist and collaborator of the Stones, Boby Keys, died in 2014.
00:00
Josh Groban: Soundstage- Live from Energy Solutions Arena... This Josh Groban Soundstage presentation was filmed in front of 15,000 screaming fans at Salt Lake City's Energy Solutions Arena during Groban's 81-city Awake tour, includes electrifying versions of You Are Loved (Don't Give Up), Machine, and Awake. Josh Groban belongs on stage. An internationally renowned performer who has sold more than 23 million albums worldwide, Groban has thrilled a legion of devoted fans with his powerful, flawless baritone and extraordinary stage presence. The 27-year-old Los Angeles native first broke through in 2001 with his self-titled double-platinum debut, followed by 2003's multi-platinum Closer, featuring the smash hit You Raise Me Up, and 2006's double-platinum Awake. In 2007, the Grammy-nominated star became the best-selling recording artist of the year thanks to sales of Awake and his blockbuster Christmas album, Noel - now the best-selling holiday album of all time.
00:56
David Sanborn - Live at Montreux... David Sanborn has been a frequent visitor to the Montreux Jazz Festival, either headlining in his own right, as a sideman or as part of nineties 'supergroup' Legends. This concert focuses on his second headlining appearance in 1984 when he was touring in support of his 'Straight To The Heart' album, which would see him win the second of his six Grammy Awards to date. The live performance combines tracks from that album with others from across his career. It features a special guest appearance by Rickie Lee Jones on piano and vocals on the track 'Autumn Leaves'.
02:35
The Rolling Stones - Live at Glastonbury... More than a show, this is a historical document of the greatest rock band in activity of all time. The Rolling Stones band was formed in London in 1962, alongside the Beatles, and is considered the most significant of the so-called British Invasion in the 1960s. It has stood out in the musical and behavioral changes around the world and has sold more than 240 Millions of albums worldwide. The Rolling Stones played at the iconic Glastonbury Festival for the first time in the history of the band and the festival, where they headed the Pyramid Stage. The band played an incredible setlist, including a special version of 'Factory Girl', which was adapted to become 'Glastonbury Girl'. The band was joined in the songs Can't You Hear Me Knocking, Midnight Rambler and I Can't Get No Satisfaction by former member Mick Taylor, who was a Rolling Stones from 1969 to 1974; In addition, one of the last records of the saxophonist and collaborator of the Stones, Boby Keys, died in 2014.
03:45
Linkin Park - Road to Revolution... Recorded live at the Milton Keynes stadium in England, Road to Revolution brings the 2 Grammy winning rock band Linkin Park in an explosive performance to over 55,000 fans, the biggest audience in the 6-year Revolution Project tour. To the audience's delight, the set list includes mega-hits like Crawling, In The End, One Step Closer and What I've Done.
05:30
The Kills Live - at Metro Theatre... Alison Mosshart's predatory prowl across the stage and Jamie Hince's effortless cool beneath the spotlight has rendered them a force to be reckoned with. The duo are as renowned for their ferociously seductive live shows as for the pulsing riffs and growling vocals ingrained within all four of their widely acclaimed albums.
06:40
Royal Blood - Live at The Oxford Art Factory... When you hear them perform, right from the primal crunchy grooves of 'Come Of Over' to riff-heavy 'Out Of The Black' and stomping second single 'Little Monster', it's hard to understand how such a ferocious sound comes from such a minimal line-up. Needless to say we were left speechless after this gig, and no doubt you will be too. Royal Blood perform at The Oxford Art Factory, in Sydney, Australia, on June 4, 2014.
08:04
All American Rebels: London Live Jukebox... Jukebox brings you the very best London Live performances in a series of themed specials. Featuring: Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Usher, Diddy, Linkin Park, The Killers, NERD, Ne-Yo, A$AP Rocky, Akon, Cee Lo, MGMT & Kelis.
09:00
The Rolling Stones - Live at Glastonbury... More than a show, this is a historical document of the greatest rock band in activity of all time. The Rolling Stones band was formed in London in 1962, alongside the Beatles, and is considered the most significant of the so-called British Invasion in the 1960s. It has stood out in the musical and behavioral changes around the world and has sold more than 240 Millions of albums worldwide. The Rolling Stones played at the iconic Glastonbury Festival for the first time in the history of the band and the festival, where they headed the Pyramid Stage. The band played an incredible setlist, including a special version of 'Factory Girl', which was adapted to become 'Glastonbury Girl'. The band was joined in the songs Can't You Hear Me Knocking, Midnight Rambler and I Can't Get No Satisfaction by former member Mick Taylor, who was a Rolling Stones from 1969 to 1974; In addition, one of the last records of the saxophonist and collaborator of the Stones, Boby Keys, died in 2014.
10:10
Linkin Park - Road to Revolution... Recorded live at the Milton Keynes stadium in England, Road to Revolution brings the 2 Grammy winning rock band Linkin Park in an explosive performance to over 55,000 fans, the biggest audience in the 6-year Revolution Project tour. To the audience's delight, the set list includes mega-hits like Crawling, In The End, One Step Closer and What I've Done.
12:03
Steve Earle - Live at Factory Theatre... When the bespectacled alt-country legend took to the stage at The Factory Theatre armed with just his bouzouki and larger-than-life attitude, every ear in the place was in the palm of his hand right from the get-go. Planting himself by the microphone in front of a hushed crowd, Earle kicked off proceedings with the sprightly 'Waitin' For The Sky to Fall'.
14:06
Richie Sambora: Live from the Iridium... Founding member of Bon Jovi, rock guitarist Richie Sambora, creator of some of the most instantly recognizable guitar sounds today, performs at the Iridium in New York City with his band LPT. Sambora takes the audience on a lyrical journey through his set as he performs songs from his past records; Undiscovered Soul, Stranger In This Town and Aftermath of the Lowdown.
15:02
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band - Live at Glastonbury... With more than 40 years of career, the legendary Bruce Springsteen packed a crowd of fans in his debut at the Glastonbury Festival 2009 in the UK with the group E Street Band. Excited, Bruce sang songs from his album Working on a Dream and of course, could not miss the longest-awaited hits by the audience during the show as Dancing In The Dark.
16:29
Linkin Park - Road to Revolution... Recorded live at the Milton Keynes stadium in England, Road to Revolution brings the 2 Grammy winning rock band Linkin Park in an explosive performance to over 55,000 fans, the biggest audience in the 6-year Revolution Project tour. To the audience's delight, the set list includes mega-hits like Crawling, In The End, One Step Closer and What I've Done.
18:01
Lukas Graham: Live from Houston... A live concert event and interview with Danish pop-soul band, Lukas Graham from Discovery Green in Houston, Texas. Performances include 7 Years, Mama Said, Drunk in the Morning, and Happy Home with host Ted Stryker.
18:59
Lykke Li - Live at The Oxford Art Factory... Li was born in Ystad, Skane, in Sweden, in 1986 and was raised by artistic parents; her mother was a photographer, her father is a musician. Here she performs at The Oxford Art Factory, in Sydney, Australia, on January 5, 2009.
20:05
James Blunt: Front And Center... James Blunt has sold nearly 17 million albums and 20 million singles worldwide. The British singer-songwriter and five-time Grammy nominee, along with his six piece band, performed songs from his fourth studio album, Moon Landing, including his single Bonfire Heart. He treats the audience to his collection of raw, direct, and emotionally honest lyrics including, his chart-topping hit You're Beautiful along with Goodbye My Lover and Same Mistake.
21:00
The Rolling Stones - Live at Glastonbury... More than a show, this is a historical document of the greatest rock band in activity of all time. The Rolling Stones band was formed in London in 1962, alongside the Beatles, and is considered the most significant of the so-called British Invasion in the 1960s. It has stood out in the musical and behavioral changes around the world and has sold more than 240 Millions of albums worldwide. The Rolling Stones played at the iconic Glastonbury Festival for the first time in the history of the band and the festival, where they headed the Pyramid Stage. The band played an incredible setlist, including a special version of 'Factory Girl', which was adapted to become 'Glastonbury Girl'. The band was joined in the songs Can't You Hear Me Knocking, Midnight Rambler and I Can't Get No Satisfaction by former member Mick Taylor, who was a Rolling Stones from 1969 to 1974; In addition, one of the last records of the saxophonist and collaborator of the Stones, Boby Keys, died in 2014.
22:10
Linkin Park - Road to Revolution... Recorded live at the Milton Keynes stadium in England, Road to Revolution brings the 2 Grammy winning rock band Linkin Park in an explosive performance to over 55,000 fans, the biggest audience in the 6-year Revolution Project tour. To the audience's delight, the set list includes mega-hits like Crawling, In The End, One Step Closer and What I've Done.
00:00
Thrice - Live at Metro Theatre... The California-based quartet, who've also been busy of late making high-profile main stage appearances at the Coachella, Reading & Leeds and Bamboozle festivals, have followed the New Pantheon Award-nominated Vheissu's radical metamorphosis with The Alchemy Index, a four-volume collection spread between two releases comprised of four EPs, each devoted to one of the classical elements in nature—fire, water, earth and air—with each EP sonically and thematically tailored to evoke the atmosphere inherent in its corresponding element. This fall marks the release of the first two volumes of the series—Fire & Water—while Earth & Air are scheduled for a spring debut. For Thrice, it's the realization of a year-long process of writing and recording, which was done primarily in the band's own studio and engineered by guitarist Teppei Teranishi, without the assistance of an outside producer.
01:10
August Burns Red - Live at No Sleep Til Festival... August Burns Red is an American Christian metalcore band, from Manheim, Pennsylvania. Formed in 2003, the group began their first performances while a majority of the members were attending their senior year of high school, and soon began playing shows around Lancaster, before being signed to CI Records, and afterward, Solid State Records. The group is primarily known for their heavy breakdowns and odd-meter riffs. They cite Between the Buried and Me, Misery Signals and Hopesfall as their main influences.
02:32
The Fray: Soundstage Special... The Fray packs a punch with an emotion-filled performance featuring songs from 2005's 'How to Save A Life' and their 2009 album 'The Fray'. Singer Isaac Slade leads an expressive set, always connecting with the audience, as he belts out hits including 'Never Say Never', 'How To Save A Life', 'You Found Me' and 'Cable Car'.
03:28
Coldplay - Live at Glastonbury... Being headline at one of the biggest festivals in the world is not for everyone! Coldplay, which is not any band, decided to turn the show into a historic night for those who went to Glastonbury. It all started with the fact that the show consecrated Coldplay as the first band playing FOUR times on the 'Pyramid Stage' (main stage of the festival)! With the performance ending a few hours ago, Coldplay completed six shows in the history of the big music event. Speaking of incredible numbers, the band made Xylobands available to over 100,000 people at Glastonbury!
05:33
Grouplove: Front and Center- Live from the Iridium... The LA-based indie pop band Grouplove, rocked with energetic and anthemic pop songs from their recently released album Spreading Rumours, including the Top 5 smash “Ways To Go,” and current single “Shark Attack.” Their effervescent set, wound together with irresistible choruses, radiant harmonies, and cheery bits of pop-rock perfection, also featured hits from 2011's breakout debut Never Trust A Happy Song. The set included “Colours” and the Platinum certified #1 single “Tongue Tied” as well.
06:30
Best Coast - Live at The Metro Theatre... Channeling the spirit of old school acts like The Ventures and The Beach Boys, Best Coast took us on a sweet surf-pop safari at their Sydney show. Riding high on the release of their second record 'The Only Place' (rated #14 in Rolling Stone's end of year poll), indie vixen Bethany Cosentino, guitarist Bobb Bruno and band surged through their set of DIY hits like 'Boyfriend', 'The Only Place' and 'Do You Love Me Like You Used To'. The endless summer starts now… enjoy the show!
08:01
The Fray: Soundstage Special... The Fray packs a punch with an emotion-filled performance featuring songs from 2005's 'How to Save A Life' and their 2009 album 'The Fray'. Singer Isaac Slade leads an expressive set, always connecting with the audience, as he belts out hits including 'Never Say Never', 'How To Save A Life', 'You Found Me' and 'Cable Car'.
09:00
The Fray: Soundstage Special... The Fray packs a punch with an emotion-filled performance featuring songs from 2005's 'How to Save A Life' and their 2009 album 'The Fray'. Singer Isaac Slade leads an expressive set, always connecting with the audience, as he belts out hits including 'Never Say Never', 'How To Save A Life', 'You Found Me' and 'Cable Car'.
09:56
Coldplay - Live at Glastonbury... Being headline at one of the biggest festivals in the world is not for everyone! Coldplay, which is not any band, decided to turn the show into a historic night for those who went to Glastonbury. It all started with the fact that the show consecrated Coldplay as the first band playing FOUR times on the 'Pyramid Stage' (main stage of the festival)! With the performance ending a few hours ago, Coldplay completed six shows in the history of the big music event. Speaking of incredible numbers, the band made Xylobands available to over 100,000 people at Glastonbury!
12:04
Jarvis Cocker - Live at The Metro Theatre... Jarvis Branson Cocker (born 19 September 1963) is an English musician and former frontman for the band Pulp. Through his work with the band, Cocker became a figurehead of the Britpop movement of the mid-1990s New solo album Further Complications saw Cocker embrace an altogether more muscular sound, whilst retaining his trademark witticisms. Here, he performs at The Metro Theatre, in Sydney, Australia, on December 7, 2009.
13:36
Public Image Ltd - Live at Enmore Theatre, Sydney... Punk is love! PiL frontman John Lydon declared early and there was plenty of both present at Sydney's Enmore Theatre. It was the band's first Australian tour in 20 years and devoted fans flocked to see their historic return. PiL didn't disappoint, channeling the best of last year's album 'This Is PiL' and immortal classics like 'Rise', 'This Is Not A Love Song', 'Public Image' and Lydon's Leftfield collaboration 'Open Up'.
15:40
ZZ Top: Live at Montreux 2013... With an unchanged line-up stretching back to 1969 and global album sales in excess of 50 million, ZZ Top continue to delight fans around the world with brilliant live concerts and great music. The band has made a number of visits to Montreux over the years and this concert from the 2013 Festival is undoubtedly one of their finest live performances. The set list blends tracks from early seventies albums such as Tres Hombres and Fandango through their eighties blockbuster period with Eliminator and Afterburner and up to their most recent release and return to their blues roots with La Futura. The middle section of the concert features a jazz-blues tribute to the late Montreux Festival founder Claude Nobs with guest appearances by Mike Flanigin on Hammond Organ and Van Wilks on guitar. ZZ Top, the lil' ol' band from Texas, are rocking the blues as strongly as ever!
17:03
Charles Bradley - Live at La Cigale... How sweet revenge can be. Look at this man, who has gathered up all his lost years, who has shaped them with hope, with patience and whose moment has finally come. Look at him, this sixty-year-old man, who'd bring any kid to his knees. Watch him kneel himself at the very first song, his eyes full of tears as though thanking heaven for the opportunity to sing at last, pouring his heart out as though it were his first and last chance. Look at his sincerity, his strength, his energy. Look at this man, who gives himself entirely to the music. Look at 64-year-old Charles Bradley, showing his faith, moving mountains.
18:00
Wild Beasts - Festival Days Off, 2012... With their completely unique sound and swooping vocals... the group takes us further into its own emotional sexual universe the Wild Beasts' songs are about desire, the mysterious and dark object that obsesses us and drives us over the edge. Recording their last album, Smother, in Wales did little to cool the ardour of Hayden Thorpe's vocals and their sound retains every bit of its accustomed warmth. With their own brand of light, wistful folk-pop, there's something of both Beach House and Thom Yorke in the Wild Beasts. But make no mistake: they're here to read from their own score and no one else's.
19:14
St. Paul & the Broken Bones - A Pocket Party... Paul reincarnates the ghosts of Otis Redding and James Brown through his breathtaking vocal skills. His dance moves are on fire, and his melodies make you want to move one moment and cry the next.
20:04
The Fray: Soundstage Special... The Fray packs a punch with an emotion-filled performance featuring songs from 2005's 'How to Save A Life' and their 2009 album 'The Fray'. Singer Isaac Slade leads an expressive set, always connecting with the audience, as he belts out hits including 'Never Say Never', 'How To Save A Life', 'You Found Me' and 'Cable Car'.
21:00
The Fray: Soundstage Special... The Fray packs a punch with an emotion-filled performance featuring songs from 2005's 'How to Save A Life' and their 2009 album 'The Fray'. Singer Isaac Slade leads an expressive set, always connecting with the audience, as he belts out hits including 'Never Say Never', 'How To Save A Life', 'You Found Me' and 'Cable Car'.
21:56
Coldplay - Live at Glastonbury... Being headline at one of the biggest festivals in the world is not for everyone! Coldplay, which is not any band, decided to turn the show into a historic night for those who went to Glastonbury. It all started with the fact that the show consecrated Coldplay as the first band playing FOUR times on the 'Pyramid Stage' (main stage of the festival)! With the performance ending a few hours ago, Coldplay completed six shows in the history of the big music event. Speaking of incredible numbers, the band made Xylobands available to over 100,000 people at Glastonbury!
00:00
Strung Out - Live in Sydney... Strung Out performing live at Metro Theatre in Sydney.
00:47
The Kills Live - at Metro Theatre... Alison Mosshart's predatory prowl across the stage and Jamie Hince's effortless cool beneath the spotlight has rendered them a force to be reckoned with. The duo are as renowned for their ferociously seductive live shows as for the pulsing riffs and growling vocals ingrained within all four of their widely acclaimed albums.
02:30
Bon Jovi: Live from Wembley... Probably the most successful rock band of the 1980's and 1990's, Bon Jovi perform at the height of their career in this awesome stadium gig. Director David Mallet, with the help of 17 cameras, superbly captures the excitement and awe from the 72,000 fans that filled a packed Wembley stadium on that hot London evening for this concert.
04:03
Poison: 7 Days Live - Live From London... At the height of their popularity, Poison were one of the most successful bands in the world and have to date sold over 30 million albums worldwide. This superb live performance captured at London's Hammersmith Apollo in 1993 was filmed during their Native Tongue global tour and features hits from that album as well as classic tracks from the band's history including Unskinny Bop, Stand, Until You Suffer Some (Fire And Ice) and the power ballad anthem, Every Rose Has Its Thorn.
05:34
Tegan & Sara - Live at the Enmore Theatre... Born in Calgary, Tegan and Sara began their musical path in 1995 and at the age of 26 have released 5 albums. Tegan currently resides in Vancouver, BC and Sara resides in Montreal, QC. Tegan and Sara released their fifth album, THE CON, on July 24, 2007. Immerse yourself in their incredible performance, live at the Enmore Theatre, in Sydney, Australia.