The Soweto Gospel Choir -- named for the South African township of Soweto -- explodes with color, dance and song in this inspirational live concert filmed during the group's 2005 tour of Australia. A memorable set list includes such tracks as Bob Marley's "One Love," Peter Gabriel's "Biko," Johnny Clegg's "Asimbonanga," The Tokens' "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" and the South African national anthem.
Gag Concert is a South Korean sketch-comedy TV show shown on the KBS2 network.
Don Kirshner's Rock Concert is an American television music variety show that ran during the 1970s and early 1980s, created and produced by Don Kirshner and syndicated to television stations. It premiered on September 27, 1973, with a performance by The Rolling Stones; its last episode was in 1981.
The cast of the popular drama, met for the realization of 'Dream High Special Concert', held in a location next to Seoul. Cast members enthralled the audience by performing various musical acts. In addition to the performances, also had NG's, and the staff behind the scenes footage of "Dream High" distributed prizes (Grand Prix), with the categories: 'More Fun', 'King of NGs' and 'Most Applied'. The presentation also included the presence
In Concert is a late-night television series created by Don Kirshner. Hosted by Don E. Branker, the series was a showcase for bands of the era to be taped "in concert" and then broadcast on ABC on Friday nights.
Promenade Concert is a Canadian music television series which aired on CBC Television from 1953 to 1956.
CBC Concert was a Canadian television series which aired on CBC Television from October 31, 1952 to December 19, 1951 on Fridays at 9 PM-9:30 PM. Produced by Franz Kraemer, musical performances were broadcast from Toronto. The first episode featured folk blues singer Josh White.
Concert Tonight is an American music television series which aired on the now-defunct DuMont Television Network.
In Concert is a Canadian music concert television series which aired on CBC Television in 1981.
Recorded live on stage on the eve of one of the world's greatest sporting events, The 3 Tenors In Concert 1994 re-unites four of classical music's premier and most popular talents. The legendary tenors Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti, together with Zubin Mehta, celebrate the finale to soccer's 1994 World Cup with a concert described as "probably the single biggest music event in history."
The Shakori Hills Concert Series brings you performances from American & international music artists live from the Shakori Hills Community Arts Center in Pittsboro, North Carolina. Each week brings a new genre and a new musical experience.
Intimate concerts for the new breed of singer-songwriter.
Video Concert Hall was an early U.S. television network launched on November 1, 1979, on the USA Network and on Showtime, featuring an unhosted rotation of music videos. Often credited as being the precursor to MTV,Video Concert Hall was reportedly the most popular programming on QUBE, a cable television unit of Warner Communications. VCH, as it was often called, was created by radio and cable television executive Lloyd G. Crowe and Charles W. Henderson, a pioneering journalist who would later work for TriStar Pictures. Video Concert Hall was produced by Henderson-Crowe Productions and the company Video Concert Hall, Ltd. at studios in Atlanta, Georgia. Crowe and Henderson served as executive producers of Video Concert Hall, as well as other top-rated syndicated musical variety TV specials. Billboard, the American magazine covering the music industry, said in a cover story that Video Concert Hall was the first-ever nationwide video music programming on cable television predating MTV by almost three years. Video Concert Hall creators Charles Henderson and Jerry Crowe are considered the "fathers" of television's music video programming.
CBC Concert Hour is a Canadian music television series which aired on CBC Television from 1954 to 1955.