This concert was recorded live at the Terrace Theatre in Long Beach, California
Don Kirshner's Rock Concert is an American television music variety show that ran during the 1970s and early 1980s, created and produced by Don Kirshner and syndicated to television stations. It premiered on September 27, 1973, with a performance by The Rolling Stones; its last episode was in 1981.
CBC Concert was a Canadian television series which aired on CBC Television from October 31, 1952 to December 19, 1951 on Fridays at 9 PM-9:30 PM. Produced by Franz Kraemer, musical performances were broadcast from Toronto. The first episode featured folk blues singer Josh White.
The Concert Hour is a Canadian classical music television series which aired on CBC Television in English and Radio-Canada in French from 1954 to 1958.
Intimate musical performances, recorded live at the desk of All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen.
In Concert is a late-night television series created by Don Kirshner. Hosted by Don E. Branker, the series was a showcase for bands of the era to be taped "in concert" and then broadcast on ABC on Friday nights.
Concert Tonight is an American music television series which aired on the now-defunct DuMont Television Network.
A Concert for Hurricane Relief was an hour-long, celebrity-driven benefit concert broadcast live. Sponsored by the NBC Universal Television Group, its purpose was to raise money, relief, and awareness in response to the loss of life and human suffering that resulted from Hurricane Katrina in five southeastern States in the United States in 2005. Hosted by Matt Lauer, it was simulcast from the New York studios of NBC located in 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, New York, on NBC, MSNBC, CNBC, and i: Independent Television on September 2, 2005. Viewers were encouraged to contribute to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund by phone or on the Web. The benefit generated $50 million and was watched on television by approximately 8.5 million viewers.
Saburo is a high school student good in sports, but not very good with his studies. One day, Saburo travels back in time and arrives in the Sengoku period of 1549. There, Saburo meets Nobunaga Oda who looks and sounds just like Saburo. Nobunaga Oda is the son of a warlord and magistrate of the lower Owari Province. Nobunaga Oda though is physically weak and he asks Saburo to take his place. Then, Saburo as Nobunaga Oda attempts to unify the country of Japan.
In Concert is a Canadian music concert television series which aired on CBC Television in 1981.
The Shakori Hills Concert Series brings you performances from American & international music artists live from the Shakori Hills Community Arts Center in Pittsboro, North Carolina. Each week brings a new genre and a new musical experience.
Solid Gold was an American syndicated music television series that debuted on September 13, 1980. Like many other shows of its genre, such as American Bandstand, Solid Gold featured musical performances and various other elements such as music videos. What set Solid Gold apart was a group of dancers in revealing costumes who at various points in the program performed various dances to the top ten hits of the week. Many other specials aired in which the dancers would dance to older pop hits as well. Reviews of the show were not always positive, with The New York Times referring to it as "the pop music show that is its own parody...[enacting] mini-dramas...of covetousness, lust and aerobic toning--routines that typically have a minimal connection with the songs that back them up." The series ran until July 23, 1988, and it was usually transmitted on Saturdays in the early evening. In 1986, Solid Gold added the current year to its title, so in the seventh season the show was known as Solid Gold '86/'87. For the eighth and last season the program became known as Solid Gold In Concert, reflecting the addition of more live performances than had previously been featured on the program in the past.
Autumn's Concerto is a 2009 Taiwanese drama starring Ady An, Vanness Wu of F4, and Tiffany Hsu. It was produced by Sanlih E-Television and directed by Chen Hui Ling. The drama started filming in June 2009 and was completed in December 2009. It was first broadcast in Taiwan on free-to-air Taiwan Television from 4 October 2009 to 28 February 2010, on Sundays at 22:00 to 23:30. It was also shown on cable TV Sanlih E-Television on 10 October 2009 to 6 March 2010 on Saturdays at 21:00 to 22:30. Autumn's Concerto was nominated in 2010 for Best Marketing Programme at the 45th Golden Bell Awards, Taiwan. Known as the drama serial which shot the child actor Xiao Xiao Bin to stardom, Autumn's Concerto has broken records with its high ratings. Scoring 8.23 as its peak point for episode 18, which aired January 31, 2010, Autumn's Concerto has broken the records of The Prince Who Turns into a Frog to become the second highest rating Taiwanese idol drama, the highest rating being held by Fated to Love You. Autumn's Concerto now airs on Hawaii's KIKU television, weekly on Saturday's at 7:00.
Intimate concerts for the new breed of singer-songwriter.
The Music for UNICEF Concert: A Gift of Song was a benefit concert of popular music held in the United Nations General Assembly in New York City on January 9, 1979. It was intended to raise money for UNICEF world hunger programs and to mark the beginning of the International Year of the Child. The concert was videotaped and broadcast the following day on NBC in the U.S. and around the world. The moderator was David Frost, with Gilda Radner and Henry Winkler also introducing some of the performers. Henry Fonda made a short appearance. Each performer signed a large parchment declaring support for UNICEF's goals. The concert was the idea of impresario Robert Stigwood, the Bee Gees, and David Frost, who originally conceived it as an annual event. Not all of the performances were truly live, with ABBA lip-synching their new song "Chiquitita" and the Bee Gees lip-synching their song "Too Much Heaven". It raised less than one million dollars at the time for UNICEF, although this figure did not include longer-term royalties from the songs and repeat performances.