Go behind the scenes of the historic Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige and Eminem. The curtain is pulled back on this thrilling journey by following the professionals who powered the Halftime Show performance, revealing not just the creativity and energy that goes into the event, but also the personal meaning for those involved in making it happen.
Sharing stories tailor-made to get you in the spirit and performing an original set of soon-to-be-classic songs from a new Christmas album that no one asked for, Matt Rogers is the complete package. Featuring performances and comedy sketches with special guest stars, it’s a holiday tradition with ho, ho, ho for everyone.
A portrait of musician David Johansen from Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi featuring a live performance at Café Carlyle in New York City, where he performs as Buster Poindexter singing the Johansen songbook, along with new and archival interviews.
This career spanning documentary on heavy metal legend Ronnie James Dio delves deep into his incredible rise from 50's doo-wop crooner, to his early classic rock days in Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, to replacing the iconic lead singer Ozzy Osborne in Black Sabbath, to finally cement his legend with DIO. Ronnie's biography is completely unique to the tired sex, drugs and rock and roll cliches. The film is about perseverance, dreams and the power to believe in yourself.
Since the beginning of her career, Sinéad O’Connor has used her powerful voice to challenge the narratives she was surrounded by while growing up in predominantly Roman Catholic Ireland. Despite her agency, depth and perspective, O’Connor’s unflinching refusal to conform means that she has often been patronized and unfairly dismissed as an attention-seeking pop star.
An all-star global music event live from London's Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert featuring the biggest names in music joining together in celebration of the life, music and love of Taylor Hawkins, one of modern music’s most beloved figures.
Since the 1960s, the Rolling Stones, the incarnation of "sex, drugs and rock'n'roll", have had a special relationship with France. From the chaotic concert at the Salle Vallier in Marseille in 1966, to the recording of "Exile on Main Street", their album written under the influence in a villa on the Côte d'Azur, to Mick Jagger's mythical wedding in Saint-Tropez, the British rock band has lived through some crazy French years. Never-before-seen images and interviews with collaborators, rock critics and musicians lift the veil on the Stones' passionate relationship with France.
twenty one pilots perform brand new reimagined, versions of catalog favorites Stressed Out, Tear In My Heart, House of Gold/Lane Boy, Shy Away, Ride/Nico and the Niners, Car Radio/Heathens in a special MTV Unplugged. This is MTV's most plugged Unplugged.
A promising up-and-coming country duo seek out the secluded mansion of their idol Harper Dutch, a former country music star and Nashville royalty turned recluse. What starts out as a friendly visit devolves into a twisted series of horrors forcing the friends to confront the lengths they will go to in pursuit of their dreams.
A smoke-filled journey across the lives and the careers of the groundbreaking, genre-defying Hip Hop group, Cypress Hill. Their unique sound, influenced by their Latin roots and West Coast upbringing, was built on a movement rooted in true authenticity: from cultivating the flower, to smoking it, to rapping about it, their influence is forever burned into the musical landscape of Hip Hop as they continue to stay relevant after 30 years.
An intimate story of song and sacrifice—musically gifted superstar Sheryl Crow navigates an iconic yet arduous musical career battling sexism, ageism, depression, cancer, and the price of fame, before harnessing the power of her gift.
Masa hires rental actress and aspiring dancer, Kanako, to pose as his fiancée to impress his estranged, terminally-ill father. But as his father's death delays, Masa is forced to confront the spiraling web of lies and to learn to follow his heart.
The untold story of the world’s longest running video show, Video Music Box. A hip hop mainstay since 1983, VMB gave a platform to artists like Jay-Z, Nas and Mary J. Blige before they hit it big. Host Ralph McDaniels’ archives — amassed over 40 nearly years — reveal the show’s importance to numerous big-name musicians, as well as to the kids that grew up watching.
Nicholas Quevedo, a Cuban-American rumba singer moves from Havana to New York with nothing else but his love for rumba and his unbreakable dream to make it in the Big Apple, but his journey would be confronted by unimaginable challenges.