Music of the 1990s to 2000s

  • The Killers: Live From The Royal Albert Hall

    An absolutely spectacular live concert experience from the stylish super-group filmed at the uniquely majestic Royal Albert Hall, London. Performances include all the fans favourites ‘Mr Brightside’, ‘Somebody Told Me’, ‘Human’ Read My Mind’ and the anthemic ‘All These Things That I’ve Done’.

  • Fall Out Boy: Boys of Zummer - Live in Chicago

    Join multi-platinum selling artist Fall Out Boy as they travel back to their hometown of Chicago for a mind-blowing audio and visual extravaganza that will change your concept of what a rock concert should be!

    Featuring their newest hits Centuries, Irresistible and Uma Thurman, this 70 minute, ...

  • Muse: Live At Rome Olympic Stadium

    Live At Rome Olympic Stadium was filmed on 6th July 2013 in front of an audience of over 60,000. This film captures the momentous evening in the Italian capital and showcases the most extravagant set build and spectacular stage show of any Muse tour to date. The three school friends from Devon ta...

  • Hans Zimmer: Live In Prague

    Hans Zimmer is one of the most successful film music composers working today. His multi-award winning career reaches back to the mid-eighties and he has developed close working relationships with renowned directors such as Ridley Scott, Tony Scott, Michael Bay, Ron Howard, Gore Verbinski and Chr...

  • Shania Twain: Still The One - Live From Las Vegas

    The original queen of crossover country-pop Shania Twain invites you to kick up your cowboy boots and sing along to all her biggest hits in her “Shania: Still the One” spectacular. Known as the world's best-selling female country artist of all time, the groundbreaking residency show was filmed li...

  • Sheryl Crow: Miles From Memphis - Live at the Pantages Theatre

    Sheryl Crow performs songs from her newest album, “100 Miles From Memphis”, as well as many hits of her past at the at the historic Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, California. Drawing on her music influences from growing up roughly one hundred miles from Memphis, her newest album is a mixture of r...

  • Snoop Dogg: Puff Puff Pass Tour

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    Hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg hits the road in typically outrageous fashion in this documentary, which chronicles the rapper's 29-city "Puff Puff Pass" tour of 2001. Snoop Dogg: Bigg Snoop Dogg's Puff Puff Pass Tour shows Snoop dropping his trademark rhymes for the sold-out crowds, as well as relaxin...

  • Nirvana: Classic Albums

    Few would have predicted that in 1991 Nirvana would be No 1 on the US Billboard album chart. Not only did Nevermind replace Michael Jackson at the top but it succeeded in doing what the Punk Rock movement had failed to achieve fourteen years earlier. Nevermind and the songs of Kurt Cobain changed...

  • Rage Against The Machine: Finsbury Park

    In late 2009 a successful campaign was launched by Jon Morter and his wife Tracy to promote an alternative to the omnipresent X-Factor winner being the Christmas #1 in the UK singles chart. The track they nominated as the alternative was “Killing In The Name” by Rage Against The Machine. The band...

  • Lenny Kravitz: Just Let Go

    Filmed in Paris, Prague, Łódź, Memphis, New Orleans and New York over the course of six months in 2014 and 2015, Just Let Go is the story about relationships between Lenny Kravitz and his band and why, despite him being a solo artist, these musicians are so vitally important to him both personall...

  • Pearl Jam: Let's Play Two

    Let’s Play Two is a documentary film that chronicles Pearl Jam’s legendary performances at Wrigley Field during the Chicago Cubs historic 2016 season. With Chicago being a hometown to Eddie Vedder, Pearl Jam has forged a relationship with the city, the Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Field that is unpar...