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Taylor Swift’s “Reputation” stadium tour is coming to Netflix

Source:  Refinery29 On New Year's Eve, Taylor Swift's "Reputation" stadium tour will play its last stadium: Netflix. Swift secretly filmed footage during her performances at AT&T Stadium in Dallas and will premiere the concert on Netflix on December 31....

“Springsteen on Broadway” premieres today on Netflix

Source:  IndieWire Beginning today, just a few hours after Bruce Springsteen plays the final song of his Broadway residency, Netflix subscribers around the globe will be gifted front-row seats to one of the most exclusive shows the Great White Way has ever seen....

Here’s a first look at Ken Burns’ “Country Music”

Source:  The Tennessean Through his lens, Ken Burns has made epic explorations into "Baseball," "Prohibition," and several wars. Next year, the documentary filmmaker will take audiences on a 16-hour journey through "Country Music." The eight-part film is set to...

New documentary explores the DIY metal scene inside the Navajo Nation

Source:  Revolver "There's a lot of bands, heavy metal bands, on the Navajo reservation. And for some reason this music, this subculture, seems to permeate with the youth," says Jerold Cecil, manager of Arizona act I Dont Konform. "What Rez Metal is — 'rez' is sort of...

The Most Feared Song in Jazz, Explained

Source:  Vox John Coltrane, one of jazz history’s most revered musicians, released “Giant Steps” in 1959. It’s known across the jazz world as one of the most challenging compositions to improvise over for two reasons - it’s fast, and it’s in three keys. Braxton Cook...

“Kusama: Infinity” explores the life of a pop art icon

Source:  The Hollywood Reporter Yayoi Kusama, 89, is the most successful living female artist. Her pieces have fetched up to $7 million and, at any given time, she has handfuls of exhibitions on view at museums and galleries across the world. (Right now: Indonesia,...

Ed Sheeran shows you how he makes music in “Songwriter”

Source:  Los Angeles Times Unlike sausage, music — at least that of pop giant Ed Sheeran — does improve when you know how it’s made. The documentary “Songwriter” travels with the musician as he creates his most recent album, “Divide,” writing and recording future hits...

“Whitney” highlights the rise and fall of the iconic singer

Source:  The Washington Post Is there anyone among us who isn’t familiar with the tragic trajectory of Whitney Houston? Born to gospel music royalty, a child prodigy whose voice and graceful demeanor propelled her into superstar status as pop’s reigning diva, Houston...