Dementia crooner Noel O'Brien records a Rat Pack classic for his family. Tony Smith records a tribute with his sisters as a homage to their father. Chloe and Torry record a lullaby for their unborn child.
Follow the six degrees of separation as one artist introduces us to the next, each showing the world their Atlanta, its strength of creative collaboration and camaraderie.
This program will showcase 10 celebrated artists singing an original composition for their chance to represent the country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.
An up-close and personal examination of the life, music and career of the legendary entertainer, Frank Sinatra. Told in his own words from hours of archived interviews, along with commentary from those closest to him, this is an intimate portrait of the singer, actor, father, husband and philanthropist.
Andrew Neiman is an ambitious young jazz drummer, in pursuit of rising to the top of his elite music conservatory. Terence Fletcher, an instructor known for his terrifying teaching methods, discovers Andrew and transfers him into the top jazz ensemble, forever changing his life. But Andrew's passion to achieve perfection quickly spirals into obsession, as his ruthless teacher pushes him to the brink of his ability and sanity.
Australian TV royalty Toni Lamond performs a signature song she never recorded during her illustrious career. Sam Sargood leaves his remote cattle farm to travel to the big smoke to record a song.
Australia's greatest jazz virtuoso, James Morrison, performs his own compositions on flugelhorn, trombone, piano and trumpet, live in concert with the SBS Youth Orchestra.
The Church family perform a bluegrass classic for their grandfather who has never recorded any of his music. And Maddie Newton performs a heartfelt tribute to everyone at the Sydney Children's Hospital.
John Hanley, a motor neurone disease sufferer, records a time capsule for his wife. And opera student Aimee surprises her grandad with a performance of a song that his mother performed in an era gone by.
Keith Moon was an English drummer for the Rock music band The Who. Noted for his unique style, alcohol addiction and his eccentric, often self-destructive behaviour Moon developed a reputation for smashing his kit on stage and destroying hotel rooms on tour. His drumming continues to be praised by critics and musicians to this day. Moon was voted the second-greatest drummer in history by Rolling Stone. By 1976, and particularly during production of The Kids Are Alright (film) and Who Are You (song), Moon's deterioration grew. Moving back to London in 1978, he died on 7th of September aged 32, from an overdose of Clomethiazole, a drug intended to treat or prevent symptoms of alcohol withdrawal.
This documentary tells the untold story of John Lennon's iconic Imagine album. It's also a story about Yoko meeting John and East meeting West. This is about two artistic minds connecting and inspiring each other both personally and professionally, ultimately co-authoring a radical worldview.
David Bowie was the leading figure in popular music for over five decades. Acclaimed by critics and musicians for his innovative work. His career was marked by reinvention and visual presentation, his music and stagecraft significantly influencing popular music. During his lifetime, his record sales, estimated at 140 million albums worldwide, made him one of the bestselling music artists. He stopped concert touring after 2004 and his last live performance was at a charity event in 2006. In 2013, Bowie returned from a decade-long recording hiatus with the release of The Next Day. He remained musically active until his Death two days after the release of his final album, Blackstar.
Hank Williams is regarded as one of the most significant and influential American singers and songwriters of the 20th century. Williams recorded 35 singles (five released posthumously) that reached the top 10 of the Billboard Country and Western Best Sellers chart, including 11 that ranked No.1 (three posthumously). After an initial rejection, Williams joined the Grand Ole Opry. writing hits Your Cheatin' Heart, Hey, Good Lookin', and So Lonesome I Could Cry. In 1952, he was dismissed by the Grand Ole Opry because of his unreliability and alcohol abuse. On January 1, 1953, he suffered heart failure while travelling to perform at a concert in West Virginia and died as a result. Despite his short life, Williams is one of the most celebrated and influential musicians of the 20th and has been cited as a key musical influence on Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones.
George Michael, Too Funky Queen, I Want to Break Free Kylie Minogue, Spinning Around Cher, Believe Diana Ross, I'm Coming Out (live in Central Park) Ce Ce Peniston, Finally David Bowie, Boys Keep Swinging Depeche Mode, Just Can't Get Enough Pet Shop Boys, Absolutely Fabulous Ru Paul, Supermodel Geri Halliwell, It's Raining Men Lady Gaga, Born This Way Britney Spears, Toxic The Veronicas, Hook Me Up Troye Sivan, My My My! Janelle, Monae Pynk (censored version) Cub Sport, Chasin'
John Denver, began his music career with folk music groups during the late 1960s. Starting in the 1970s, he was one of the most popular acoustic artists of the decade and one of its best-selling artists. By 1974, he was firmly established as one of America's best-selling performers, often described as "among the most beloved entertainers of his era. Recording and releasing approximately 300 songs, with total sales of over 33 million records worldwide with his lyrics reflecting his joy in nature and disdain for city life, his enthusiasm for music, and his relationship trials. Denver, who was an avid pilot, died at the age of 53 flying his personal Canard aircraft in a single-fatality crash.
From the Berlin Philharmonic archives. Daniel Barenboim (piano) and the Berlin Philharmonic play Mozart's Piano Concerto No.27.
From the Berlin Philharmonic archives. Daniel Barenboim (piano) and the Berlin Philharmonic play Mozart's Piano Concerto No.26.
From the Berlin Philharmonic archives. Daniel Barenboim (piano) and the Berlin Philharmonic play Mozart's Piano Concerto No.25.
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