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George Harrison, Foo Fighters, The Beatles and a Bit of Metal Highlight This Week's New Music on Netflix & Amazon

by VVN Music

The following are music documentaries and concerts added to Netflix and Yahoo Prime over the last week:

  • Foo Fighters: Back and Forth - The history of the Foo Fighters comes alive in this documentary, from their demo tapes through the creation of their 2011 album "Wasting Light."
  • George Harrison: Living in the Material World - Director Martin Scorsese profiles former Beatle George Harrison in this reverent portrait that mixes interviews and archival footage.
  • Making It in Music City - Nashville TN also known as Music City. This is a make it or break it town. Thousands of people come to Nashville every year to become a star. We followed up and coming rock band Leaders And Kings who just signed with a Sony Sub label, a pop artist Phenix, and a choreography company MM Dance Company. These are their stories, their struggles, sit back and watch and see if they Make It In Music City.
  • Barnegie Hall  - Tales, tunes and tricks of the trade from America's best songwriters. Veteran songwriter and guitar virtuoso Verlon Thompson welcomes some of the most inspiring and talented musicians in the world. Memorable melodies and laid back conversation in a one of a kind place we call Barnegie Hall.
  • There's Something About Metal - In Finland, metal music isn't just a sub culture, it's the mainstream. When monster rockers'Baton Rogue Morgue', take us on a hilarious, white knuckle ride into their heavy metal lifestyle, we begin to understand why metal has such a grip on this nation.
  • The Beatles: A Long and Winding Road - They shook the world. They changed the course of history. They are much more than just a rock group; they are a part of our lives. THE BEATLES:A LONG AND WINDING ROAD is the incredible story of the world's enduring love affair with four lads from Liverpool who became the soundtrack for a generation.
  • March of the Gods: Botswana Metalheads - Frank Marshall, South African photographer, drew the attention of the global underground community to the vast and sparsely populated Botswana. He left for the capital of Gaborone and found himself amongst a number of metalheads dressed in black leather cowboy clothes. March of the Gods is about a musical development, which moves hand in hand with economic growth on Western models.
  • Adina Howard: Resurrection Tour Atlanta - While promoting her newest album, "Resurrection," Adina Howard stopped in Atlanta for two shows in three nights. This short film showcases the platinum selling singer performing new songs, as well as the classics. Hear from Adina and her fans as they discuss the recording artist's highlights and contributions to their lives and music. Filmed by the Black Reel Awards nominated Rebel Life Media.