Queen: A Night in Bohemia, featuring a 1975 concert by Queen at London’s Hammersmith Odeon, will be shown along with a documentary about Queen in theaters across America on March 8th.
Midnight Of My Life screenwriter Nina Gerstenberger discusses the film and Steve Marriott in a Q&A.
The year in British music in 2015 was exceptional, featuring great works by Paul Weller, Blur, Noel Gallagher, and Adele, terrific retrospectives on The Jam, an excellent tour by The Who, and fantastic films chronicling the career of Amy Winehouse and Roger Waters’ concert version of The Wall.
Blur made their first-ever performance at New York City’s Madison Square Garden a memorable one with a terrific set featuring songs from their latest album, The Magic Whip, as well as a host of Blur classics.
Roger Waters The Wall, a film that mixes concert footage of a live presentation of The Wall with a documentary that presents the personal cost of war to Roger Waters’ own family, is a gripping piece of cinema that will put the viewer through a myriad of emotions and leave them cursing the horror, the enormous human cost, and the utter futility of war.
Given The Who’s recent postponement of their scheduled Fall 2015 North American tour due to Roger Daltrey’s health issues, Fathom Events’ cinema screenings on Thursday, October 8th of The Who’s terrific new concert film, The Who Live In Hyde Park, was well timed.
Frontwoman Lou Reid discusses “Tramlines” single and other topics in a Q&A.
The concert film, LIVE AT SHEA STADIUM 1982, serves as a time capsule for anyone who was a fan of The Who then, in particular for anyone who was at the show.
This new version of The Who’s heralded 1973 rock opera by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Robert Ziegler, has a great deal to offer.
New book is a must-read for anyone who loves the punk, New Wave and Mod music that came out of the UK in the late 1970s and early 1980s.