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November 20, 2014

Qello Concerts comes to Xbox 360!

Posted by Nicole Zeitzer Johnson

We’ve been saying it’s coming, and now we can finally say it’s here! Xbox 360 users can now enjoy the world’s largest collection of full-length concerts and music documentaries on-demand!  Today we launch in the US only, but the worldwide Xbox 360 launch is right around the corner. Welcome to the family Xboxers! We are honored to be part of your entertainment experience.   Read more here. full story

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November 18, 2014

New Music Tuesday

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres



George Harrison  -- Living in the Material World George Harrison was known as the “quiet Beatle,” but he was much, much more. He wrote several of the band’s most enduring songs, was among the most adventurous musically, and grew well beyond the Fab Four. This is the documentary he deserves, and it comes courtesy of Martin Scorsese and a multitude of friends (from Beatles to Monty Pythons), family members and other admirers. Between them and the ... full story

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November 15, 2014

Major New Content News: Guitar Center Sessions Are Coming To Qello!

Posted by Nicole Zeitzer Johnson

We're excited to announce that the first 33 episodes of the amazing series Guitar Center Sessions will be added to the Qello Concerts library and will be rolled out over the coming months. The first episodes on Qello Concerts include Alanis Morissette, Buddy Guy, Joe Walsh, Rodrigo y Gabriela, and Grace Potter. Guitar Center Sessions capture exclusive live performances from noteworthy and influential artists in stunning hi-definition and 5.1 surround sound. Combined with intimate ... full story

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November 11, 2014

New Music Tuesday

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres

  Guns ‘N’ Roses – Appetite for Democracy Almost 25 years after they exploded onto the scene with “Sweet Child O’Mine” and “Welcome to the Jungle,” Guns ‘N’ Roses proved themselves as fiery as ever, in a three-hour set at The Joint in the Hard Rock Casino in Vegas late in 2012. Blasting off with their ’08 hit, “Chinese Democracy,” William “Axl Rose” Bailey, Saul “Slash” Hudson ... full story

Category: New Releases Tags: Guns ‘N’ Roses, appetite for democracy, Sweet Child O’Mine, Welcome to the Jungle, The Joint, Hard Rock Casino, Vegas, Chinese Democracy, Axl Rose, William Bailey, Saul Hudson, Slash, Live and Let Die, Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door, November Rain, Paradise City, Hillsong Worship, No Other Name, Reuben Morgan, Ben Fielding, Matt Crocker, Joel Houston, Nigel Hendroff, Autumn Hardmann, Annie Garrett, Jad Gillies, David Ware, Taya Smith, Pat Metheny Group, We Live Here, World Tour 1995, Gotanda U-Port Hall, Deep Purple, Perfect Strangers Live, Hush, Smoke on the Water, Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Jon Lord, Ian Paice, Roger Glover, Doobie Brothers, Live at Wolf Trap, Keith Knudsen, Listen to the Music, Rockin’ Down the Highway, Take Me in Your Arms, Black Water, China Grove, Straight Outta Puerto Rico, Reggaeton’s Rough Road to Glory, reggaeton, Vico C, Luny Tunes, Daddy Yankee, DJ Playero
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November 4, 2014

New Music Tuesday

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres

Paul McCartney & Wings - Rockshow Sure, Paul McCartney looks and sounds great for his age. But imagine him at one of his post-Beatles peaks, almost 40 years ago. With Rockshow, no imagining is needed. Here he is, with Wings (including Linda McCartney), from June, 1976, at the Kingdome in Seattle. Macca and company had been touring for a year, and they put on a rock-solid show, mixing, as McCartney always would, plenty of Beatles tunes, to keep the customers satisfied. So, along ... full story

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October 28, 2014

New Releases 10.28

Posted by Ben Fong-Torres

  Bruce Springsteen – Springsteen & I OK, first of all, it should be Springsteen and “me.”  No matter. Whether it’s “me” or “I,” it refers to one of the most important parts of the Bruce Springsteen / E Street Band phenomenon. The fans. This film is a wacky idea—a video scrapbook of fans making home videos in which they talk about the Boss’s concerts—their first, their favorites, their personal ... full story

Category: New Releases Tags: Bob Dylan, The Who, Metallica, David Bowie, Keith Moon, Slash, blondie, Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, John Lennon, Wembley Stadium, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Quadrophenia, Roger Daltrey, Def Leppard, John Entwistle, rock opera, punk, Live and Let Die, Thunder Road, England, phish, New York City, Mercury Phoenix Trust, Axl Rose, tribute, the freddie mercury tribute concert, e street band, Heart of Glass, concert, Paradise City, springsteen and i, springsteen, Hard Rock Casino, Town Hall, The Joint, Las Vegas, Guns n roses, ridley scott, Screamin Jay Hawkins, Denis, France, William Bailey, Can You See The Real Me, bryan ferry, Mr Jones, Debbie Harry, CBGB, Tommy, Mods, Live at CBGB, live in lyon, Pete Townshend, lead singer, Private Archipelago, Round Here, Raining in Baltimore, George Michael, Seal, freddy mercury, Adam Duritz, Rain King, Counting Crows, Lisa Stansfied, Knockin on Heaven's Door, AIDS, appetite for democracy, August and everything after, Saul Hudson
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