Teresa Cheung Live (2012)
Starring: Teresa Cheung
Teresa Cheung Live (2012)
Starring: Teresa Cheung
G.E.M. Get Everybody Moving Concert (2011)
In May 2011, G.E.M. became the youngest female artist to hold solo concerts at the Hong Kong Coliseum when she took to the prestigious stage at the age of 19. These landmark concerts also kicked off her Get Everybody Moving 2011 world tour, which brought her to Australia in August, back in Hong Kong for a second leg in September, Guangzhou and Macau in October, a limited theatrical run in Hong Kong in November, and Canada in December. The pop sensation was in top form and she spared no effort to entertain her audiences, bringing the house down with a string of hit songs and hot dances.
Starring: Gloria Tang
Audiophile Live Recording / An Enchanted Evening with Kit Chan & Chiu Tsang Hei featuring the HK CITYPOPS (2012)
Kit Chan teamed up with renowned music producer Chiu Tsang Hei and the Hong Kong City Pops Orchestra for a special live concert series in February 2012. Enjoy An Enchanted Evening of Kit's renditions of Canto-pop classics like "Left Right Hand," "Chase," "Forget Him" and her own hits "Always Waiting" and "Long Night With You" with William So. George Lam also appeared as a guest artist, performing the duet "Choice" with Kit.
Starring: Kit Chan, Tsang-Hei Chiu, George Lam
Bianca Live (2011)
Last year, Hong Kong singer Bianca Wu collaborated with a group of jazz musicians in New York on her well-received "Four Canto-pop Kings" cover album Jazz Them Up. She then held two solo concerts in January 2011 at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, backed by the same team of musicians known as the "New York Jazz Cats". Beloved for her mesmerizing voice, Bianca not only performed songs from Jazz Them Up and other Chinese numbers, but also Western classics such as Fly Me to the Moon and Human Nature, and even the recent smash hit Nobody. Acclaimed singer-songwriter Chet Lam joined Bianca on stage for a duet.
Starring: Bianca Wu, Chet Lam
Jody Chiang First Live (2011)
Taiwanese pop diva Jody Chiang has eight Golden Melody awards and more than 50 albums under her belt, yet she only had her first concert in April 2008, 25 years after her debut! With six shows held in the Taipei Arena and the Kaohsiung Arena, she now holds two records – the first Taiwanese (as opposed to Mandarin) singer to hold a solo concert in the Taipei Arena, and the most number of concerts held there by any artist. In First Live, Jody performed 36 memorable numbers from her huge repertoire, while the splendid costumes and stage design helped make the event a spectacle of sight and sound!
Starring: Jody Chiang
Wan Fang Concert Live 2010 (2010)
Wan Fang Those Nights You Do Not Know Live Concer.
Starring: Fang Wan
Kary: The Present Concert (2013)
2012 marks Kary Ng's 10th anniversary in the Cantopop world. In addition to the release of her hit album My January in the summer of 2012, Kary also took the stage of the Hong Kong Coliseum for the second time in her career in January 2013 with The Present Concert. In addition to hit songs from My January like concert theme song The Present, Kary also performs hits from her Golden Typhoon era, including "From Love to Hate," "Love is the Biggest Right," and "Mountain Song," her duet with Justin Lo.
Starring: Kary Ng
Kay Tse: Yelling Live Concert 2009 (2009)
The acclaimed 2008 best-selling album Binary propelled Canto-pop singer Kay Tse to the A-list, and she rode on her success at the year-end music award ceremonies to launch the album Yelling in March and her first solo concerts at the Hong Kong Coliseum in May 2009. On a stage that cost HK$2 million just for the lights and sound effects, Kay retraced every step of her path to stardom with a breathtaking set list of her most popular songs, including the concert theme song "Yelling", latest plug "Song of the Year", and her biggest hit so far, "The Street of Wedding Invitations".
Starring: Kay Tse
Danny Summer oM Live (2007)
Folk rocker Danny Summer took to the Hong Kong Coliseum stage for the first time in seven years for his "oM" Live 2007 concerts on September 15 and 16, 2007. The veteran artist made the Coliseum's vast space feel cozy and comfortable with his expressive rock and earthy guitar numbers. He was backed by a top-notch band line-up that included Rayvaugh Covington, Jeffrey B Suttles, Charles Huntle, Leon Ndugu Chancler, Eugene Pao, Takeda Kazuo, and Jun Kung. Danny performed his classic hits like Crossroads, Never Give Up, Weeping Guitar, and This is Love, as well as his new song The Power which he especially wrote for the concert. He also paid homage to his late friends, performing Anita Mui's As Time Goes By, Roman Tam's Under the Lion Rock Mount, Leslie Cheung's Love in the Snow, and Danny Chan's Tears For You.
Starring: Danny Summer
Sally Is Intimately Yours Concert (2012)
Semi-retired Canto-pop diva Sally Yeh made her glorious comeback to the stage in September 2012 with her Sally Is Intimately Yours concerts. Held at the Hong Kong Coliseum, where she was a constant fixture in the 1990s and last played there seven years ago, the highly anticipated concerts brought back memories with a string of Sally's heartfelt love songs and groovy dance numbers.
Starring: Sally Yeh
Namie Amuro 5 Major Domes Tour 2012 ~20th Anniversary Best~ (2012)
Live of Namie Amuro features her 20th anniversary tour. Includes 30 songs including Super Monkeys' one.
Starring: Namie Amuro
Producer: Shinji Hayashi, Takashi Kasuga
Joseph Koo Concert (2012)
Multiple generations of Hong Kongers have grown up to the songs of legendary composer Joseph Koo. His classic pop and television theme songs represent a golden era of Hong Kong music and a shared memory of times past. In September 2012, the septuagenarian songwriter held a special concert series at the Hong Kong Coliseum. A stunning lineup of Hong Kong's finest veteran singers, including George Lam, Teresa Cheung, Elisa Chan, Sandra Lang, Frances Yip, Johnny Yip, Ivy Ling, Adam Cheng and Anthony Wong, as well as Kay Tse, Joyce Lee and Gallen Lo, came together to perform over forty of Koo's classic works.
Starring: Joseph Koo, Jacky Cheung, Joyce Lee, Alan Tam, Anthony Wong, Eason Chan, George Lam, Gallen Lo, Johnny Yip, Frances Yip, Teresa Cheung, Adam Cheng, Elisa Chan, Ivy Ling, Xin Tu La, Kay Tse
Walk Together Live: Sodagreen 2012 Live Taipei (2012)
Sodagreen returned to the Taipei Arena on March 3-4, 2012 for their Walk Together Live concert tour. Famous for their marathon-length shows and affecting live performances, the popular band delivered another amazing concert filled with their folk and alternative pop rock creations. Notable performances from the concert include their combined version of The Sound of Music's The Lonely Goatherd and the classic Taiwanese folk song "Mountaintop Black Dog Brothers," "Baroness," which Qing Feng originally wrote and composed for Faith Yang, the heartbreaking "Childhood" dedicated to Qing Feng's late father and "Believe," which Sodagreen sang with the audience. Rather than just putting out a live recording of the concert, Sodagreen has chosen to use a storytelling format for the release, allowing each member to also share their thoughts and feelings about the concert.
Love for Levon / Love for Levon: A Benefit to Save the Barn (2012)
Dozens of luminaries from rock, soul and country gathered at the Meadowlands Arena on October 3, 2012, for an incredible tribute to Levon Helm, The Band s late drummer/singer/mandolin player (who passed away in early 2012). The concert, directed by bassist Don Was, was an opportunity to say a final farewell and, in the process, raise money for the ongoing Midnight Ramble series of concerts still held at The Barn, Helm s famous home-studio in Woodstock, New York. One at a time or, sometimes, in pairs, rock-royalty took turns in the spotlight over the course of the evening, singing songs associated with Levon Helm and The Band including "Up On Crippled Creek," "The Shape I m In," "Life is a Carnival," "Ophelia," "The Weight," "Rag Mamma Rag," "I Ain t Got No Home," and "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down."
Starring: Gregg Allman. Roger Waters. Conor McAnally, Larry Campbell, Don Was
Director: Conor McAnally
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Eagles: The Farewell 1 Tour – Live from Melbourne (2005)
Join one of the most legendary acts in rock and roll history for a night of music magic in "The Eagles Farewell 1 Tour: Live from Melbourne" (2005), on Blu-ray. The band's 2004 comeback tour shattered attendance records around the world, and they sounded better than ever. This set captures the band at its very best and includes all the hits you know by heart, including "Take it Easy," "Life in the Fast Lane," "The Boys of Summer," "Life's Been Good," "Hotel California" and many more. Also features a short documentary on the band's epic reunion.
Starring: Eagles, Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Timothy B. Schmit, Joe Walsh
Director: Carol Dodds
David Garrett: Music – Live in Concert (2012)
Year of us to think about the musician-violinist, probably once a male figure is fixed with the bow and violin in hand, dressed in a tuxedo dark shades, white shirt and, of course, with a butterfly on her neck. But look at David Garrett! He brazenly breaks the stereotypes of his virtuoso playing the violin, and, importantly, the form submission this game. David Garrett is a new one and all concert titled Music Live In Concert. At the concert, David Garrett plays as works of classics and works of the world of rock.
Starring: David Garrett
Rihanna: Loud Tour Live at the O2 (2012)
Blu-Ray pressing. Hot on the heels on the release of Rihanna's album Unapologetic comes Rihanna Loud Tour Live At The 02! This release contains over two hours of exclusive content featuring performances of her greatest hits and back stage interactions from her appearance at The 02 Arena in London during the Loud tour. Performing in over 20 countries in the Americas and Europe, the tour was a commercial success, experiencing demand for an extension of shows in the United Kingdom due to popularity. The Loud Tour became the seventh highest grossing tour of 2011.
Director: Nick Wickham
T-ARA: Japan Tour 2012 ～Jewelry Box～ Live in Budokan (2012)
In 2012, Korean female group T-ara wrapped up their first Japanese concert tour in the sacred Nippon Budokan.
Concert YY: Showcase Of Wyman Wong (2012)
One of the top wordsmiths in Canto-pop, Wyman Wong made pop history in February 2012 with a series of six sold-out concerts at the Hong Kong Coliseum to celebrate and showcase his illustrious career of 18 years and counting. These star-studded concerts featured Wyman's best works, chosen from his extensive repertoire by the man himself, and performed by over 40 guest singers – from the hottest stars to the very rare appearances like Amanda Lee, Shine, and Cass Phang – who showed up in designer costumes under the fashion-savvy lyricist's direction. Now you can relive such a sumptuous feast for the senses that is Concert YY on this 3-Blu-ray set, complete with 88 songs and a total running time of over six hours!
Starring: Wyman Wong, Ekin Cheng, Sammi Cheng, Andy Hui, Amanda Lee, Hacken Lee, Edmond Leung, William So, Daniel Chan, Jeff Chang, Bondy Chiu, Anthony Wong, Cass Phang, Miriam Yeung, Grasshoppers, Tat Ming Pair, Eason Chan, Candy Lo, Joey Yung, Sandra Ng, Rain Li, Swing, Denise Ho, Maggie Fu, Stephanie Che, Twins, Shine, Juno Mak, Hins Cheung, Deep Ng, Stephanie Cheng, Fiona Sit, Endy Chow, Wilfred Lau, Ella Koon, Ivana Wong, Kay Tse, Justin Lo, Pakho Chau, Yoga Lin
Coldplay Live 2012 (2012)
Coldplay's Live 2012, is the band's first concert film / live album in nine years. It documents the group's acclaimed Mylo Xyloto world tour, which has been seen by more than three million people since it began in June 2011. Coldplay's 2012 outing came in at No. 1 on Billboard's latest ranking of the year's top-grossing tours. Featuring footage captured in Madrid, Paris, Los Angeles, Montreal and at the Glastonbury Festival, the film is a document of the band's
incredible and innovative shows that have thrilled fans in sold-out arenas and stadiums around the world. The film was directed by Paul Dugdale, who helmed Adele's Live at the Royal Albert Hall and The Prodigy's Worlds On Fire concert films.
Starring: Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
Director: Paul Dugdale