Michael Bolton topped the charts in the 1980s and early '90s with a seemingly endless supply of Blue-Eyed Soul ballads, including the hits "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You" and "When a Man Loves A Woman." Those lush, soulful tunes have become as synonymous with the singer as his wild mane of hair, which he finally cut for the 2001 album, Love Songs.
Michael Bolton Concert Films
Live at Royal Albert Hall
Runtime: 1 hr 31 minJoin Michael Bolton for an unforgettable concert at London's famous Royal Albert Hall as he delivers hit after hit in his trademark soulful style in front of a packed audience. With his inimitable voice, charismatic stage presence and superb songwriting Michael Bolton holds the audience in the palm of his hand as he performs classics such as "How Am I supposed to Live Without You", "Time, Love and Tenderness", "Can I Touch You There" and "How Can We Be Lovers" alongside his unique interpretations of "Fly Me to the Moon", "Summertime", "That's Life", and "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" plus his own rendition of "Murder My Heart", the hit he penned with Lady Gaga. Simply a wonderful night.
Michael Bolton Top Tracks
Live at Lincoln Center
Runtime: 55 minIn this Soundstage special event, Josh Groban performs favorites from his best-selling albums in an intimate theatre setting. Taped at Rose Hall at the "Jazz at Lincoln Center" in New York City, this stunning performance includes Alla Luce del Sole", "You Are Loved (Don't Give Up)", and "February Song". Special guest appearances by acclaimed jazz pianist Herbie Hancock and trumpeter Chris Botti. An internationally renowned performer who has sold more than 23 million albums worldwide, Josh Groban has thrilled a legion of devoted fans with his flawless baritone and extraordinary stage presence.
Back to Brooklyn
Runtime: 2 hr 17 minBarbra Streisand was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Still in her teens, she left home to pursue her dreams of becoming an actress. She went on to conquer the worlds of stage, screen, and music, winning the Tony Award, multiple Oscars, Emmys, and selling out concerts around the world. She’s the most successful female recording artist in popular music history and the only singer to have a number-one album in five consecutive decades. This concert video, recorded on October 11th & 13th, 2012, captures Barbra's triumphant return to her hometown. With special guest Chris Botti and a thrilling duet with her son, Jason Gould, Barbra achieves yet another career milestone, proving along the way that you can take the girl out of Brooklyn, but you can’t take Brooklyn out of the girl!
Live at the Tempodrom in Berlin
Runtime: 2 hr 16 minKnown for his solo hits in the 1980s as well as his hits with the band Smokie in the '70s, Chris Norman is a British soft rock singer with an international following whose career spans several decades. Born on October 25, 1950, in Redcar, North Yorkshire, England, he began his musical career in the band Smokie. Originally founded in 1965, the band changed its name several times before ultimately deciding upon Smokie in the mid-'70s. Comprised of Alan Silson (lead guitar, vocals), Terry Uttley (bass, vocals), and Pete Spencer (drums), in addition to Norman (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Smokie made their album debut in 1975 with Pass It Around. Their second album, Changing All the Time (1975), broke them into the pop mainstream not only in the United Kingdom but also in parts of Western Europe, where the album's single, "If You Think You Know How to Love Me," was a Top Ten hit. Subsequent albums Midnight Cafe (1976), Bright Lights and Back Alleys (1977), and The Montreux Album (1978) were also international hits. Moreover, Norman scored an international Top Ten hit single in 1978 with "Stumblin' In," a duet with Suzi Quatro. As Smokie's popularity trailed off around the turn of the decade, Norman split from the band and made his solo album debut in 1982 with Rock Away Your Teardrops. While his debut album was fairly unsuccessful, his second full-length effort, Some Hearts Are Diamonds (1986), was another story, spawning the international Top Ten smash hit single "Midnight Lady." Norman's popularity was greatest in Germany, where he racked up several additional hits during the late '80s, among them "No Arms Can Ever Hold You," "Sarah (You Take My Breath Away)," and "Broken Heroes." While Norman released a new album every couple years from the mid-'80s onward, his popularity waned in the '90s, and not until after the turn of the century did he start hitting the charts again.
The Turnaround Tour
Runtime: 1 hr 40 minWestlife live at the Stockholm Globe on May 29th 2004. Tracks include: 'Turnaround', 'My Girl', 'What Makes A Man', 'World of Our Own', 'Flying Without Wings', 'Swear It Again', 'Uptown Girl', 'Tonight' and 'When You're Lookin' Like That'.
Kings of Wishful Thinking - Live
Runtime: 1 hr 31 minThe kings of 80s pop return with this long awaited film release. A career revival was sparked in 2003 by Peter Cox's popular appearance on the hit British TV show REBORN IN THE USA. In the winter of 2003, GO WEST performed a sell-out gig recorded especially for this release, boasting a brand new song plus 10 of their greatest hits. Over 2 hours of live footage, interviews, outtakes and a history of GO WEST. Includes "Call Me" and "The King of Wishful Thinking."
MTV Unplugged NYC 1997
Runtime: 1 hr 3 minAs a singer, producer, and songwriter, Babyface was an inescapable presence in virtually every major facet of pop music during the '90s. His own recordings helped rejuvenate the R&B tradition of the smooth, sensitive, urban crooner and made him a staple of urban contemporary radio. Yet their considerable success was eclipsed by his songwriting and production work for other artists, which linked him with some of the biggest stars and hit singles of the decade (and not just in the...
A Tribute Motown International
Runtime: 54 minMichael McDonald lends his soul-stirring voice to Motown's greatest hits in this live performance recorded in High-Definition for the PBS concert series Soundstage. Belting out tracks from his two critically-acclaimed Motown concept albums, the Grammy Award-winner revives some of the most influential American music ever made. Joined by special guests Toni Braxton, India.Arie, Take 6 and Billy Preston, McDonald presents 14 classics from the rollicking I Second That Emotion to the poignant Whats Going On, that pay tribute to Hitsville legends such as Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and Smokey Robinson.
Live at Montreux 1996
Runtime: 1 hr 34 minPhil Collins has made a number of appearances at Montreux over the years as a solo artist, with his big band or as a guest performer with the likes of Eric Clapton and Quincy Jones. This concert was filmed at the 1996 festival and captures a performance by the Phil Collins Big Band. This is the first time any of Phil’s big band material has been made available.
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 1 hr 33 minREO SPEEDWAGON LIVE IN THE HEARTLAND presents Kevin Cronin (lead vocals, guitar), Bruce Hall (bass), Neal Doughty (keyboards), Dave Amato (lead guitar) and Bryan Hitt (drums) performing a full-throttle, 16-song set that spans the band's celebrated 35-year career from the Number 1 charting "Keep On Loving You" and "Can't Fight This Feeling" to hits from their most recent album release Find Your Own Way Home.
It Had to Be You
Runtime: 1 hr 50 minRod Stewart found a new audience singing the great popular songs of the early 20th century. It Had To Be You: The Great American Songbook features live renditions of songs from his first album of classic standards plus nine of Stewart’s own classics.
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 55 minGrammy Award-winner Peter Cetera performs classic favorites for the SoundStage audience. He is joined by four-time Grammy-winner Amy Grant for their duet Next Time I Fall, classic hits such as Baby Baby and songs from her latest album.
Live in Hong Kong
Runtime: 1 hr 41 minA Classical Ca‘All Out Of Love’, ‘Goodbye’, ‘Making Love Out Of Nothing At All’, ‘Lost In Love’… All of these songs form part of the collective memories of millions of people around the world. This is the first high definition live concert film of Air Supply. This amazing 2013 concert filmed in Hong Kong captures the magic, the power, the energy and the romance of a classic Air Supply performance. jun Gumbo began with a simple idea: to make a video demonstrating Doug Kershaw's unique style of fiddle playing to other violinists. A self taught musician, Kershaw has composed thousands of songs in his 60+ years performing career without knowing how to read or write music. University of Northern Colorado Professor of Violin Richard Fuchs was enlisted to provide pedagogic guidance for communicating Kershaw's life-long dream to hear his music expressed by a fill symphony orchestra and Fuch's desire to expand the musical and cultural horizons of his students. The creative and educational collaboration that blossomed from their meeting is nothing short of amazing.
Live on Broadway
Runtime: 1 hr 29 minMusic and passion are still in fashion on Barry Manilow's Live on Broadway. Recorded at the Gershwin Theater in 1989, this set features tracks from his self-titled 13th album plus a "Gonzo Hits Medley" packed with more than 20 classics!
Runtime: 1 hr 15 minCaptured in front of a euphoric crowd during the height of her 1980's revival, Tina Turner takes Rio by storm. Featuring a number of Turner hits, including "Private Dancer", "We Don't Need Another Hero" and "What's Love Got To Do With It", "Rio `88" captures Tina at her best supporting her "Break Every Rule" album.
Always and Forever: An Evening of Songs At The Royal Albert Hall
Runtime: 1 hr 27 minRecorded on his 1994-1995 world tour, Always And Forever: An Evening Of Songs At Royal Albert Hall features the legendary Luther Vandross at his most smooth and sensuous, featuring his greatest hits and favourites from his covers album Songs.
Live from Infinity Hall
Runtime: 57 minWilson Phillips, one of the best selling female groups of all time, bring their smash album, Dedicated, to the stage in a new video, Live From Infinity Hall. Recorded live on February 24, 2012, the concert captures the band’s unique harmony-rich sound on songs made famous by their parents, The Mammas & The Papas and The Beach Boys. Included are such well known hits as “Wouldn’t It Be Nice,” “Monday Monday” and “California Dreamin’” plus their own worldwide smash, “Hold On.” Live at Infinity Hall aired nationwide on public television and the video includes a bonus performance of “Good Vibrations.”
The Evolution Tour Live In Miami
Runtime: 1 hr 56 minLatin pop superstar Gloria Estefan brings the crowd to their feet in this concert video, shot at a performance in her hometown of Miami in September 1996, featuring her band Miami Sound Machine and a troupe of Latin dancers
Live At Montreux, 2003
Runtime: 1 hr 34 minSimply Red are one of the most successful British acts of all time with global album sales in excess of 50 million. Both the band and Mick Hucknall as a solo artist have been frequent visitors to Montreux across their 25 year career. This concert, filmed in the summer of 2003, was part of the tour in support of their multi-platinum album “Home”. It features several tracks from that album, including many of their biggest hits and best loved album tracks. It’s a typically polished and sparkling Simply Red performance with Mick Hucknall in excellent voice and the band in fine form.