This alternative rock band from Texas came together in the late '90s. Formed by vocalist/guitarist Justin Furstenfeld with his brother (and drummer) Jeremy, the current lineup includes Matt Noveskey on bass lead guitarist, CB Hudson (who replaced original guitarist Brant Coulter) and violinist Ryan Delahoussaye. A multi-instrumentalist, Delahoussaye also plays viola, mandolin and keyboards and was one of Blue October's original members along with the brothers Furstenfeld. Two years after releasing a well-regarded debut, The Answers, in their hometown of Houston without any label support or management, Blue October were signed to Universal Records. But that relationship was short-lived. After unleashing 2000's Consent to Treatment they were dropped -- only to be re-signed by the label a few years later, following the enormous success of their single "Calling You," which was also featured on the American Weddingsoundtrack. On their strength of their live shows and enthusiastic audiences, Dallas independent label Brando came calling, putting out their live CD (with DVD), Argue With A Tree, followed by another studio effort, History for Sale. Univer... See More
Blue October Concert Films
Things We Do at Night (Live from Texas)
Runtime: 1 hr 47 minTen years after releasing their live DVD and album, Argue With A Tree, Blue October is set to release Things We Do At Night (Live From Texas). Filmed at the House of Blues in Dallas, Texas, Things We Do At Night (Live From Texas) showcases the live energy and raw emotion Blue October fans have come to love and expect. The live performance covers all of the hits and favorites from the band’s last four albums, Foiled, Approaching Normal, Any Man In America, and Sway.
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Live at the Palace 2008
Three Days Grace
Runtime: 1 hr 21 minThis concert film captures the rock band Three Days Grace performing a 2008 show at The Palace in Auburn Hills, Michigan. The setlist of over a dozen songs includes "Animal I Have Become," "Just Like You," "I Hate Everything About You," and "Never Too Late." Backstage footage of the band augments the concert materials.
In Session: 2008
Runtime: 12 minSnow Patrol performs live at the intimate In Session in 2008. The Session, features performances of Take Back The City,” The Shutters, Chasing Cars.” The Session concludes with an interview with Snow Patrol.
Live At The Tabernacle 2014
3 Doors Down
Runtime: 1 hr 19 minHit rockers 3 Doors Down performed to a sold-out crowd at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA. Rising to fame with their song “Kryptonite” in 2000, 3 Doors Down has continuously sold out venues on their tours across the world as their legion of fans remains dedicated to the Mississippi natives. This fantastic live performance is a must-see!
Live From the Norva
Runtime: 1 hr 16 minLive From The Norva features an hourlong set from alt-rockers Chevelle at the Norfolk, Virginia theater. The band delivers hits from their platinum-selling Wonder What’s Next, including "Send The Pain Below" and "Closure."
Live At Soundstage
Runtime: 54 minThe Fray packs a punch with an emotion-filled performance featuring songs from 2005’s How to Save A Life and their eponymous 2009 album The Fray. Singer Isaac Slade leads an expressive set, always connecting with the audience, as he belts out hits including “Never Say Never,” “How To Save A Life,” “You Found Me” and “Cable Car.”
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 54 minChart topping is an understatement for pop-rock band Lifehouse. Since their first album, Lifehouse has appeared on Billboard and Top 40 Charts numerous times. Best known for their top single Hanging by a Moment, and ballad You and Me, which spent a record 60 weeks on Billboards Hot 100 Chart, Lifehouse has gone back to the basics with Who We Are. Jason Wades lyrics address a diverse range of topics audiences can relate with and melodies they can rock to. Lifehouses performance on Soundstage includes the aforementioned hits and Who We Ares twangy lead single First Time.
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 56 minFormed by American Idol contestant Chris Daughtry in 2006, this band is a recipe for success. Daughtry, their self-titled release, was listed as the fastest-selling rock debut in Soundscan history. Truly revitalizing the rock genre, Daughtry’s triple-platinum album features Chris’ rugged voice and the band’s heavy, polished sound. On this episode of Soundstage, Daughtry performs fan favorites with passionate intensity, including rock gems “It’s Not Over” and “What I Want,” power ballads “Feels Like Tonight” and “Home” and many more you won’t want to miss.
Somewhere in the Stratosphere: Anything and Everything Live in Kansas (Acoustic)
Runtime: 1 hr 58 minCapturing live sets from their “Carnival of Madness” and “Anything and Everything” tours, Somewhere in the Stratosphere finds Shinedown showing fans a different side of themselves. While the two live shows on this two-disc set share many of the same songs, the band treats their fans to a pair of very different performances. On the first disc, the band delivers a fairly straight-ahead performance, crushing the audience with the driving rock they’ve made a name for themselves with over the last decade. The real treat, however, comes on disc two. Recorded during the Kansas City stop of their “Anything and Everything” tour, the Florida post-grungers peel away the layers of amps, distortion, and rock & roll bombast, instead delivering an acoustic set that shows fans a more stripped-down version of the band. Though the arrangements don’t differ that drastically, the acoustic version really allows singer Brent Smith’s vocals to shine as they soar over top of the mix without having to fight with the rest of the band’s supercharged sound for supremacy. By pairing a traditional live set with something that’s more of a departure, Shinedown have created a compilation that gives fans a lot to sink their teeth into, making Somewhere in the Stratosphere an easy recommendation for anyone who loves the band and is looking to see them try to expand their sound in new directions.
Live from Mohegan Sun
Runtime: 1 hr 20 minFilmed in high definition at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut on November 25th 2011, this concert captures a typically raw and energetic performance by Staind on tour in support of their eponymous 2011 self titled album Staind. This was their first tour to feature new drummer Sal Giancarelli. The show features tracks from the new album mixed in with classic songs from across their career including many of their hit singles.