If you can’t go to the show, we know, the next best thing is rocking out to a concert movie in a darkened theater or in the comfort of your home.
Yep, that’s right. During this episode of Live Fix Radio, we’re continuing our exploration of concert documentaries for your listening (and viewing) pleasure. From LCD Sound System’s Shut Up And Play the Hits to The Last Waltz, we’re sharing our top picks from recent releases and all-time classic movies that capture the live concert experience, celebrate the fan experience and set the standard for how concert movies should be made.
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Segment one: News and other cool stuff we talked about:
- Netflix releases Music and Concert Docs
- Warrant Issued for Mickey Hart Arrest
- How To Improve Opening Act
- What I Learned About Kenney Chesney’s Live Show At 30,000 Feet
- Radiohead Fan-made movie
- More of Our Favorite Concert Movies
Segment two (28:17): The best of 2012 and bucket-list concert movies.
- LCD Sound System’s “Shut Up and Play the Hits“
- The Dixie Chicks – “Dixie Chicks: Shut Up and Sing“
- Modanna’s – Madonna Truth or Dare
- The Other F Word
- The Last Waltz
- Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace and Music (Director’s Cut)
- Gimmie Shelter
- Stuart Copeland’s Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out
- The T.A.M.I. Show
What’s Your Favorite Concert Movie?
We couldn’t cover them all, so tell us what your think is the all-time best concert movie?
What do you think makes a great rock doc?
Share your concert experiences and thoughts about this podcast in the comments below, on Twitter @livefixmedia, on Facebook, Google Plus, or call the concert fan hotline at 773-609-4341, and we’ll include them in a future episode of Live Fix Radio.