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  • Live at the V Festival 2014

    The Killers

    Year: 2001

    Runtime: 1 hr 29 min

    The Killers could literally be V Festival veterans. Returning to the event for their fourth year, Brandon Flowers and Co were back for yet another go at headlining.

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  • Live at Firefly

    Bastille

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 1 hr 10 min

    The British indie pop band Bastille knows how to throw a remarkable show as they take over the stage at the Firefly Music festival and perform some of their most notable tracks.

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  • Live At V Festival 2014

    Bastille

    Year: 2001

    Runtime: 45 min

    V Festival has been held across two beautiful stately parks for one epic cross-country weekend of live music. V Festival takes place simultaneously at hylands park in Chelmsford and Weston Park in South Staffordshire, with world class artists taking to the stage at one venue.

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  • Band in Seattle: Live Debut - Concert 229 A

    Hearts are Thugs

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 39 min

    Hearts are Thugs have created their own style of rock pop and are going to get funky on Band in Seattle today. Hearts are Thugs was formed in June of 2013 by two brothers, Greg and Brad Collinsworth then they added the ever so talented actress/ songwriter Erin Bednarz. Since that day they have been giving Seattle a sound that makes you feel as though your truly in the 80’s. Let this trio of artists get you moving so you can stomp them feet to the beat.

    Hearts are Thugs are a loud pop rock band that will make sure you remember them many hours after they walk off stage. The lyrics and energy that comes from lead vocalist Erin Bednarz is energizing. While rocking out to “Gravity” you start to sense this haunting pleasure throughout your body making you want to move while they deliver this live performance. So be prepared to watch this Seattle born rock band on Band in Seattle here at Victory Studios.

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  • Live At V Festival 2009

    The Killers

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 1 hr 23 min

    The Killers are seen as one of the biggest rock bands of the 21st century, and the most successful rock band to ever emerge from the state of Nevada, having sold an estimated 22 million records worldwide. They have also achieved worldwide success as a live band, performing in over 50 countries and on six continents, headlining venues such as Madison Square Garden and Wembley Stadium. The band’s live performance at the V Festival in 2009 is a must-see for all music appreciators.

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  • Trabendo Session 2007

    Tokio Hotel

    Year: 2007

    Runtime: 51 min

    Watch Tokio Hotel's live performance as well as the band in interview, in this Trabendo Session, from 2007!

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  • Loberace: Live in Vegas

    CeeLo Green

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 1 hr 18 min

    CeeLo Green’s “Loberace – Live In Vegas” is an electrifying, musical journey into the colourful world of CeeLo’s brainchild, “Loberace" filmed live at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. It’s packed to the rafters with girls, glamour and glitz, with CeeLo Green as the ringmaster of this technicolor circus. There are classic songs, provocative dance routines and a breathtaking array of costumes. This is the ultimate Las Vegas all-singing, all-dancing spectacular!

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  • Band in Seattle: Live debut - Concert 229 B

    Ghost Pains

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 33 min

    Ghost Pains is a band that was founded by Dave Martin. Growing up in England listening to pop artist from a young age Dave started to write music. Moving to the Seattle area it took Dave only a months time to create roughly 20 songs that he and his group were able to introduce to the public in February 2014. Since that date Ghost Pains has put together concert after concert of precise beats and captivating lyrics making this cross genre band a band meant for the stars. Catch them today here on Band in Seattle before they end up going worldwide.

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  • Live at Music Hall of Williamsburg

    Penguin Prison

    Year: 2018

    Runtime: 51 min

    This film covers New York-based electro-pop band Penguin Prison as they return to Brooklyn at the end of their headlining tour to perform a sold-out show at Music Hall of Williamsburg. The band plays songs from their latest ​Turn It Up ​EP, which NYLON magazine calls “brimming with all the optimistic vibes you need”. Their set list also covers fan favorites from their first two albums.

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  • Dead and Alive

    The Devil Wears Prada

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 13 min

    Recorded on December 14, 2011 at The Palladium in Worcester, MA this concert film has almost 2 hours worth of music, live footage from their show and behind the scenes action!

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  • 75th Birthday Concert

    Cliff Richard

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 2 hr 18 min

    On 14th October 1940, a star was born. 75 years to the day the birthday boy performed a very special concert at the iconic Royal Albert Hall to celebrate this momentous occasion.
    This amazing live performance will allow you to relive this spectacular night over and over again and enjoy Cliff doing what he loves best, performing his many, many hits and favourite classics spanning his amazing career in front of his incredible fans. Get ready to share your own congratulations with Sir Cliff Richard as he entertains you (along with some Very Special Guests) on this truly unique evening.

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  • Of Dirt and Grace

    Hillsong United

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 28 min

    The essence and inspiration of the album Empires was the beatitudes and it was always an aspiration to film where Jesus preached the Sermon on the Mount and to present the songs in a live format. Filmed in Jerusalem and surrounding areas, this is a unique take on many of the songs from United's most recent release, Empires. With breathtaking imagery and impacting visuals and audio, this live project is one of the most unique to come out of Hillsong.

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  • Episode 1: Fuck Art Let's Dance

    London Calling The Untold Story Of British Pop Music 

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 53 min

    "Fuck art let's dance!" proclaimed the famous slogan on a post-punk T-shirt, expressing the rebellious musical spirit that thrived in art colleges at the time. Ironically it was precisely this spirit that had led to British art colleges contributing to pop music culture on a scale unmatched elsewhere. The new role of art schools as a social melting pot in the 1960s, and their policy that everyone had to study a broad-based arts curriculum before being allowed to specialise, resulted in a new cultural playground where musical passions and fresh ideas flourished. Every British pop band contained at least one art school graduate and many, from Roxy Music and Wire to Franz Ferdinand, formed entirely at art school. Pete Townshend's legendary Union Jack jacket - often misinterpreted as patriotism - was a pure pop art statement, deconstructing the national flag as fashion, and the band's clever conceptual collection The Who Sell Out was the result of manager Kit Lambert "encouraging my art school ambitions". Even scruffy rebels like The Sex Pistols owed their aesthetic to art college graduates Malcolm McLaren and Jamie Reid's love of the Situationist and Dadaist movements, and every band that hadn't met at art college boasted an art college graduate, or found itself steered, styled, sloganised, photographed and reported on by their like. This opening episode examines the reasons behind this phenomenon, and asks if this uniquely British impulse has run its course.

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  • Evolution of a Song: Season Recap

    O.A.R.

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 5 min

    The last episode of "Evolution of a Song" finds the band, management, and label coming together to decide on the single for radio. After much debate, the decision becomes clear and the band gets the opportunity to promote and hear their song premiered live in New York City.

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  • Live From the Norva

    Chevelle

    Year: 2003

    Runtime: 1 hr 16 min

    Live From The Norva features an hourlong set from alt-rockers Chevelle at the Norfolk, Virginia theater. The band delivers hits from their platinum-selling Wonder What’s Next, including "Send The Pain Below" and "Closure."

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  • Løve Live

    Julien Doré

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 2 hr 12 min

    Løve is the third studio album by French singer Julien Doré, released through Columbia/Sony BMG in 2013. The album peaked at number four on the French Album Chart.

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  • 6. Evolution of a Song: O.A.R

    O.A.R

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 19 min

    The last episode of "Evolution of a Song" finds the band, management, and label coming together to decide on the single for radio. After much debate, the decision becomes clear and the band gets the opportunity to promote and hear their song premiered live in New York City.

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  • TV Is My Parent

    Sia

    Year: 2009

    Runtime: 59 min

    TV is My Parent is an incredible live concert by critically renowned singer SIA. This performance this is a MUST for all her fans, as well as for those who have yet to experience the true power and live talent of SIA.

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  • Band in Seattle Episode 215

    The Fame Riot

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 22 min

    The Fame Riot is clearly one of the best bands to emerge from the Seattle scene. Beyond the look & the youthful swagger, they provide great music and great entertainment. In a 2013 Sound Off interview, Shazzam Watkins and Liz Scarlett described their music as “a soup that never stops cooking but you can try it any time you like.” Their quest to create infectiously danceable, yet credible glam pop-rock is a dream fulfilled, because at this fortuitous age they have the talent to go out on a limb with their dandy style and driving music.

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  • Wonderful Crazy Night

    Elton John

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 7 min

    Thirty-three studio albums and Elton John and his trusted copilot, Bernie Taupin, are still making the soundtrack of our lives. Rock ’n’ roll is the key motivator here. “Blue Wonderful” is wrapped in guitars and features a solo from album producer T Bone Burnett. “Guilty Pleasure” is raucous fun. Taupin’s deft lyrical touch shines on “I’ve Got 2 Wings” and “The Open Chord”, both flush with clever turns of phrase. “A Good Heart” is pure Elton balladry—heartfelt feelings framed by his timeless voice. “Looking Up” expresses gratitude with characteristic flair, like a 2016 version of “I’m Still Standing”. Wonderful Crazy Night shows that rock ‘n’ roll remains Elton John’s North Star.

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  • Get Along

    Tegan And Sara

    Year: 2010

    Runtime: 2 hr 4 min

    These twin sisters are an engaging live act and have slowly amassed a sizable following over the past decade and a half. They’ve done it by writing smart, quirky folk-pop tunes that are as emotionally true as they are catchy. Tegan and Sara’s studio albums have given them the luxury of adding accompaniment, but their live performances have been stripped to acoustic guitars, keyboards, and their intuitive vocals. The show recorded here was performed for family and friends at a Vancouver studio, so the sound is excellent and well-controlled. “Relief Next to Me” is nicely detailed. “The Ocean” could be a beatnik’s dream. “I Hear Noises” is exquisite folk, beautifully restrained. “Call It Off” is touching and gentle. “I Won’t Be Left” furiously strums with intention, with the bonus of drums accentuating the new wave pop drive. Their entire catalog is raided to great effect; just hearing the ache in Tegan’s voice should be enough to convince a skeptic.

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  • Live At The ATO Cabin

    Alberta Cross

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 14 min

    One wouldn't expect to find a cabin on Wall Street, but lo and behold, that's exactly where we were able to catch up with the English duo, Alberta Cross in our latest session. It's a freaky sort of space, a place where bare, industrial stairways suddenly lead to a surprising, rooftop abode that really hammers home a serene, upstate vibe. Right there on Wall Streetkind of an appropriate setting for a band that dabbles in creating serene and rustic (OK, their recent album Songs of Patience also rocks) tunes from their newfound hometown, NYC.

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  • Band In Seattle: Season 3 Episode 10

    Evening Bell

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 23 min

    There’s a song that Evening Bell plays, called “Dust Storm,” which says way more about their music than anything else. When one hears Evening Bell, it’s hard not to picture a tumble weed skimming around a desert somewhere in Tucson circa whenever John Wayne was a movie star. It’s vintage Americana at its finest, but with a dark and psychedelic twist – music fit for a ghost town overtaken by Saguaro cacti, and perhaps cows.

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  • Band In Seattle: Season 3 Episode 9

    Hounds of the Wild Hunt

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 23 min

    It all started when Nicky Anderson responded to Jonny Henningson’s call for a guitar player when they were teenagers, and Hounds of the Wild Hunt was born. Later Ryan Devlin joined the band, then Cary Davis, and this band’s raw, unadulterated garage rock came to be close to what it is today. They’ve been through a lot since those teenage years, including – but not limited to – changing their name from the Whore Moans to now Hounds of the Wild Hunt.

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