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Blackhawk

Year: 2016

Runtime: 00:50:04

A spectacular multimedia concert experience from modern country icons, Blackhawk, filmed and recorded live in 2008!

Blackhawk Available In:

Rock, Country

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Rock, Country, Pop, Documentary, Singer Songwriter, Folk

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  • Live at Austin City Limits

    Jason Isbell

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 1 hr 29 min

    Nashville, TN – On August 19, 2013, Jason Isbell and his band The 400 Unit, stepped out onto the stage in front of a live audience in Austin, TX to film his first appearance on the longest running original music series in the U.S., Austin City Limits.
    Isbell performs songs from his critically acclaimed, award-winning album Southeastern along with songs from throughout his career, including fan favorites “Outfit” and “Decoration Day”. The set closed with a rousing rendition of the Rolling Stones’ “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking”, a live staple.
    In September, Isbell won Artist of the Year, Song of the Year (“Cover Me Up”) and Album of the Year for Southeastern. In October, Isbell reached a major milestone by selling out three consecutive nights at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium.

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  • Live

    Toby Keith

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 57 min

    Country music superstar, Toby Keith, plays live at Soundstage in this electrifying performance taped in front of some of his biggest fans. Keith performs a variety of popular hits spanning his storied career, as well as selections from his latest soon-to-be released album, 35 MPH Town.
    35 MPH Town debuted on the Billboard 200 at No. 14 and Top Country Albums at No. 2, with 19,000 copies sold in its first week.

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  • Live And Kickin'

    Travis Tritt

    Year: 2009

    Runtime: 1 hr 30 min

    This performance filmed live at the historic Tivoli Theater in downtown Chattanooga in 2002 features many of Travis' all-time greatest hits including 8 Top 10 singles, plus powerful acoustic performances of several of his biggest hits.

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  • Leave a Scar: Live In North Carolina

    Blackberry Smoke

    Year: 2008

    Runtime: 1 hr 32 min

    Leave a Scar: Live in North Carolina is an explosive live concert release from the critically acclaimed southern rockers, Blackberry Smoke. Filmed during a sold out show, the set mixes elements of gospel, bluegrass, arena rock, soul, and more than a touch of outlaw country. Fan favorites "Good One Comin' On" and "Ain't Got The Blues” are featured on the film. The video contains an exclusive behind the scenes content, interviews with the band members and a look into their ever-growing moonshine collection. It also includes footage of the band recording “Yesterdays’ Wine” with the late George Jones. Blackberry Smoke as earned a passionate fan base that continues to grow as the band itself evolves. The band has released 2 full-length albums including 2012's "The Whippoorwill." Now, Leave A Scar Live in North Carolina captures the band doing what they do best - putting on one hell of a show.

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  • Divas Las Vegas

    Various Artists

    Year: 2001

    Runtime: 46 min

    Divas Las Vegas, recorded for VH-1 in 2002, features nonstop live hits from Celine Dion, Cher, Dixie Chicks and Shakira, with special guest appearances by Anastacia and Stevie Nicks.

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  • Keepin It Country

    Alan Jackson

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 46 min

    Join Alan Jackson at a capacity crowd at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheater in Denver, CO for his 25th Anniversary KEEPIN’ IT COUNTRY TOUR. This concert film will be a memorable celebration for his longtime fans, as well as legions of new fans, who are discovering his music through the many songs that have withstood the test of time and influenced many new artists of today.

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  • Not-So-Family Christmas

    Blake Shelton

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 43 min

    Blake Shelton hosts his first Christmas special in a star-studded event. The CMA Awards Entertainer of the Year and reigning ACM and CMA Male Vocalist of the year is joined by Grammy Award winning guest stars Kelly Clarkson, Miranda Lambert and Reba on songs including "Let it Snow," "There's a New Kid in Town," "Oklahoma Christmas," and "Home." The special will also feature a very special duet with Shelton's mother, Dorothy Shackleford, with whom he co-wrote the song "Time for Me to Come Home," as well as a number of comedy bits featuring special guests Christina Aguilera, Larry the Cable Guy and Jay Leno.

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  • Live From Iraq

    Charlie Daniels Band

    Year: 2005

    Runtime: 26 min

    This film includes footage from the band's visit to the Middle East. Other new releases include Ryan Adams' Easy Tiger (Lost Highway), Marc Broussard's S.O.S.: Save Our Soul (Vanguard), Nick Lowe's At My Age (Yep Roc) and Kelly Willis' Translated From Love (Rykodisc). Acoustic and bluegrass releases include guitarist Russ Barenberg's When at Last (Compass), multi-instrumentalist Tim Carter's Bang Bang (self-released) and IBMA Award-winning band King Wilkie's Low Country Suite (Rounder).

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  • A Twin Pines Christmas

    Charlie Daniels Band

    Year: 2009

    Runtime: 47 min

    Join Charlie Daniels and his guests, The Grascals, Kathy Mattea, Aaron Tippin, Dan Tyminski, and Evelyn and Suzanne Cox for a down-home pickin’ party on A Twin Pines Christmas.

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  • Live from Nashville

    Jonathan Jackson and Enation

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 1 hr 26 min

    Jonathan Jackson + Enation are considered one of the most dynamic rock bands in the music industry today. “Live From Nashville” is a 20 song release that captures the band’s passionate performance and visceral energy during their sold out show in Nashville, TN. The concert captures many anthemic fan-favorites like “Cinematic” and “Everything Is Possible”, along with covers from bands who have inspired their music from artists such as R.E.M., U2, Pearl Jam, and Radiohead. UK Songwriting Magazine’s review of the concert said, “The three-piece quickly demonstrate their impressive musicianship. With some of the dynamic power of Muse, they pack a sonic punch… The charismatic Jackson is an electric frontman. His passion is evident from the start and, together with his two bandmates, he has formed a musical tour de force... an extremely talented musician and his band blow the roof off.” The 90 minute concert film was produced by Hilasterion Records and directed by Timothy Hiehle. The music was mixed by GRAMMY® nominated producer Greg Archilla.

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  • Live at The Orange Peel and Tennessee Theatre

    Old Crow Medicine Show

    Year: 2008

    Runtime: 1 hr 14 min

    Directed by Lee Tucker (who also directed the band's videos for "Wagon Wheel" and "Tell It To Me"), Live at the Orange Peel and Tennessee Theatre was recorded over two nights in December 2008 and features performances of 20 songs-15 of which are from the band's three studio albums (OCMS, Big Iron World, Tennessee Pusher) - including "Tell It To Me," "Down Home Girl," "Alabama High-Test," and "Wagon Wheel." The video also includes five tracks from their live repertoire not found on their three studio albums: "Wheeling Breakdown," "Raise A Ruckus," "Reuben's Train," "Sally Anne" and "Shack #9."

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  • Live at Soundstage

    Shelby Lynne & Robinella and The Cc String Band

    Year: 2003

    Runtime: 56 min

    East Tennessee natives Robinella and the CCstring band captivates their audience with new songs including "Honey Honey Bee" and "Man Over." Both songs are a testament to the acclaim that this jazz-bluegrass-swing band has earned from not just critics, but fans and peers alike.

    Grammy winner Shelby Lynne plays songs from the album that critics are calling her defining effort - Identity Crisis - a collection of songs that the singer/songwriter penned and produced herself. The album, similar to this Soundstage, shows just how versatile Lynne can be. From gospel "10 Rocks," to blues "Evil Man," to country "Buttons and Beaus," Lynne's throaty alto can carry her into any arena. Her delivery as a performer is at once flirtatious and captivating. When she sings "If I were smart, I wouldn't have a heart" (from "If I Were Smart") the audience smiles, not just at her honesty, but at the delicate and edgy way she reveals herself. The same enigma sparkles through other tunes including "Telephone" and "Gotta Be Better."

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  • Live at Soundstage - Part One

    Sheryl Crow

    Year: 2004

    Runtime: 49 min

    With her passionate voice and hearty riffs, this music teacher turned rock icon reminds the rest of us to look inside and lighten up with hits including "Soak Up The Sun," "Everyday is a Winding Road" and an exuberant cover of "Peace, Love and Understanding." Crow's two part Soundstage performance is also a look back at the classics that catapulted her career from the snappy "All I Wanna Do," to the whispery swan song "Strong Enough," to one of her earliest releases "Leaving Las Vegas."

    All three hits helped comprose her debut Tuesday Night Music Club, which garnered Grammy honors for Best New Artist, Best Female Rock Vocal, and Record of the year in 1994. Later favorites featured in the set include "Safe and Sound," from the White Oleander soundtrack, "You're an Original" and "Members Only" off the Globe Sessions.

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  • Own the Night: World Tour

    Lady Antebellum

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 1 hr 34 min

    By the time Lady Antebellum swept the 2011 Grammy Awards they had sold millions of records, had No. 1 hits, and earned countless awards. Other than awards shows and television appearances, the world had not yet seen the trio's music come to life on stage. Until then they had opened for the industry's biggest superstars, and now it was time to step out on their own. Not only did they own the night, they owned over 100 of them across 11 countries in front of more than 1 million fans. The concept for the stage was simply sketched out on a paper plate while out on tour the summer of 2011, but evolved into a massive musical playground to showcase Lady A's exuberant talent. They dreamed big, but couldn't fathom what was about to happen to them. Before taking the show overseas, Lady Antebellum celebrated the final weekend of the North American leg by documenting the show from Little Rock, AR and telling their humble perspective of becoming international touring superstars. The 90-minute performance includes No. 1 hits "I Run To You", "We Owned The Night", "American Honey", "Just A Kiss", "Our Kind of Love" and of course, the greatest selling country single of all time, "Need You Now". Among the performances are documentary excerpts depicting their lives as songwriters, musicians, and most importantly...close friends.

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  • An Evening with the Dixie Chicks

    Dixie Chicks

    Year: 2003

    Runtime: 1 hr 31 min

    Although the Dixie Chicks have technically been making music since 1989, it wasn't until 1995, with the addition of singer Natalie Maines, that the band truly took off. Maines joined Martie Seidel and Emily Erwin Robison to complete a hyper-talented, multi-dimensional trio that seamlessly blends blues, bluegrass, country, pop, and a bit of Irish jig. Their double-Grammy-winning debut, Wide Open Spaces, is the bestselling album in country music history, and their follow-up, Fly, took home two Grammys of its own. An Evening with the Dixie Chicks is a live concert performance from L.A.'s Kodak Theater that aired on NBC in December 2002, featuring tunes from Wide Open Spaces, Fly, and the band's latest release, Home. For both diehard Dixie Chicks fans and the uninitiated, this one is a can't-miss.

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  • Undressed

    Gretchen Wilson

    Year: 2005

    Runtime: 56 min

    Undressed follows Gretchen as she walks you through her life on the road and proves that the music doesn’t stop once the show’s over. It’s a VIP pass to an intimate dressing room jam session with the band, crew and anyone else that wants to join in.

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  • Making of Welcome to the Fishbowl

    Kenny Chesney

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 40 min

    CMT takes you behind the scenes and into the studio with Kenny Chesney as he makes his brand new album, Welcome to the Fishbowl. Get an intimate glimpse at this superstar at work.

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  • Live at Soundstage

    Kenny Chesney

    Year: 2008

    Runtime: 54 min

    There’s a reason Kenny Chesney received four consecutive ACM Entertainer of the Year awards. Backed by a flawless band and horn section, Chesney presents contemporary country at its finest on this episode of Soundstage. Encouraging the audience to leave their problems at the door, Kenny proceeds to blow the roof off with party anthem opener “Beer in Mexico.”

    Chesney’s musical stylings are diverse during this set, ranging from beachy, tropical homages like “Summertime” to reflective, soft crooners like “Better As A Memory” and “Back Where I Come From.” Bounding back and forth across the stage, his unabashed energy translates perfectly into friendly heartland ballads and sincere, feel-good sing alongs like “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems,” and “Young.” Truly a spectacular night, Chesney also performs “How Forever Feels” in this intimate studio setting, putting you in a good mood for days.

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  • Live At Montreux 2005

    Steve Earle

    Year: 2005

    Runtime: 1 hr 6 min

    Steve Earle’s solo performance at the 2005 Montreux Festival is a charismatic triumph. Armed with just an acoustic guitar and a harmonica he performs tracks from across his career, with an emphasis on his later output but also going right back to songs from his breakthrough album “Copperhead Road” from 1988. The songs are performed with his characteristic combination of honesty, outspoken views and self-deprecating humour.

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  • Live at Soundstage

    Trace Adkins

    Year: 2003

    Runtime: 45 min

    This episode of Soundstage features Trace Adkins, a performer with exceptional range, depth and power. This 6'6'' "macho man" of country music performs songs such as "I'm Tryin'," "Chrome," and his recent single "(This Ain't) No Thinkin' Thing."

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  • Night Train To Georgia

    Jason Aldean

    Year: 2013

    Runtime: 1 hr 25 min

    In April 2013, MULTI-PLATINUM country star Jason Aldean made history in his home state when he became the first artist to ever hold a concert at the University of Georgia's Sanford Stadium, playing to a sold out crowd of over 66,000 fans in one of the most defining moments of his career. Now, in his live concert film, JASON ALDEAN: NIGHT TRAIN TO GEORGIA, he gives fans the opportunity to witness the high-energy, state of the art show first-hand. The 18-song set list showcases 10 of his No. one songs including; She's Country; Big Green Tractor; My Kinda Party; Take A Little Ride, and offers a rare glimpse behind the scenes from the time he and his team begin the planning stages of this show right up to the moment he takes the stage. Also featured in the 90 minute film are personal interviews from Aldean, footage from his record-breaking Fenway Park and Wrigley Field stadium shows held in Summer 2013 as well as appearances by Kelly Clarkson, Luke Bryan and Ludacris as each of them join Aldean on songs they've recorded together.

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  • Live on Soundstage

    Kenny Loggins

    Year: 2018

    Runtime: 59 min

    Shot at WTTW’s Soundstage Studios in Chicago, Kenny Loggins invites his dear friends and colleagues Michael McDonald, David Foster, Jim Messina and Thundercat to join him in re-imagining his mega hits on the Soundstage stage.

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  • The Journey To Slowheart

    Kip Moore

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 33 min

    SLOWHEART follows the acclaim that surrounded Moore’s sophomore album WILD ONES heralded as “an impressively singular release from Music Row” by The Guardian. Moore first turned heads with his debut album UP ALL NIGHT which was recently certified PLATINUM by the RIAA and spawned three No. One hit singles including GOLD certified “Beer Money,” PLATINUM certified “Hey Pretty Girl,” and the DOUBLE PLATINUM breakout hit “Somethin’ ‘Bout A Truck. Moore, who has trail-blazed his own path with his reputation-making live show is currently undertaking his headlining PLEAD THE FIFTH TOUR with special guest Drake White. With no signs of slowing down this year, he will also hit the road with Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen for a limited run this December as part of a special solo acoustic stint dubbed TALL TALES AND THE TRUTH TOUR, kicking off in Denver, CO on 12/7.

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  • Live at Soundstage

    Tim McGraw

    Year: 2010

    Runtime: 52 min

    In a record-shattering career, Tim McGraw has sold over 40 million albums, dominated the charts with 30 Number One singles and received three Grammys, among other countless awards. The 2009 release of his tenth studio album, Southern Voice, represents a new level of depth and intensity for the seasoned country artist, showcased on this episode of Soundstage. With a commanding stage presence, McGraw croons out his reflective and haunting new songs “If I Died Today” and “I’m Only Jesus.” Other show highlights include “Live Like You Were Dying,” “Good Girls” and “Still.”

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