If cultivating an iconoclast status is a career, then Pink is one serious go-getter. Since her 2000 debut, the husky-voiced singer has overhauled her sound several times, changed her hair color even more, married motocross star Carey Hart and taken George Bush to task. Then there's "Stupid Girls," the 2006 single in which Pink skewered tabloid perennials like Jessica Simpson and Paris Hilton. Born Alecia Moore, she started dancing and singing backup at club nights in Philadelphia at age 13 and eventually went solo with Can't Take Me Home. Pink recruited Linda Perry to co-write her second album, 2001's M!ssundaztood, a collection of soulful pop-rock that spawned the hit "Get the Party Started." She then collaborated with Rancid's Tim Armstrong on 2003's Try This. The album didn't do well, and Pink took some time off to regroup and get married, getting back to the business of spitfire sass with 2006's I'm Not Dead. She has produced many of her own albums, built side careers in both songwriting and horror-film acting, and won a pair of Grammy Awards -- experiences that all informed the outspoken Funhouse in 2008.
Pink Concert Films
Live from Wembley Arena
Runtime: 1 hr 43 minOutspoken Grammy-winning pop princess Pink brings her bold brand of danceable R&B to the stage of London's Wembley Arena, and the cameras roll to capture every infectious note to the delight of fans on both sides of the pond. Watch Pink put on a captivating performance during her final sold-out London I’m Not Dead tour date, she belts out “Stupid Girls,” “Who Knew,” “U + Ur Hand” and “Nobody Knows.”
Live in Europe
Runtime: 1 hr 46 minHard partying pop-princess Pink brings her special brand of bubble-gum beats to the town that gave birth to the rave scene with this release of a 2004 performance captured live at Manchester, England's Evening News Arena. Of course fans can expect such hits as "Get the Party Started" and "Don't Let Me Get Me," and in addition to her most popular hits, Pink also performs a cover of Guns 'n' Roses "Welcome to the Jungle," offers a special tribute to the legendary Janis Joplin, and allows viewers into the tour bus for a nineteen-minute documentary showcasing just what it's like to hit the road in Europe.
Pink Top Tracks
The Best Damn Tour: Live in Toronto
Runtime: 1 hr 15 minThe Best Damn Tour: Live in Toronto captures Avril Lavigne's brightest, most colorful concerts to date, Avril's biggest hits take center stage, including the worldwide smash "Girlfriend," plus "Complicated," "Sk8er Boi" and "My Happy Ending."
Live at Albert Hall
Runtime: 1 hr 26 minLive at the Albert is Robbie Williams' tribute to the swingers. Backed with a full swing band and dancing girls, Robbie smartens up his act with a suit and a smart haircut and croons his way through a wealth of classics.
The Evolution Tour Live In Miami
Runtime: 1 hr 56 minLatin pop superstar Gloria Estefan brings the crowd to their feet in this concert video, shot at a performance in her hometown of Miami in September 1996, featuring her band Miami Sound Machine and a troupe of Latin dancers
Runtime: 50 minFor fans of superstar Jessica Simpson, Dream Chaser is a dream come true. Here's your chance to meet the "Irresistible" young artist behind the hits and discover the real Jessica. Part documentary, part music video and all Jessica Simpson, Dream Chaser combines exclusive and revealing interview footage with behind-the-scenes of her electrifying videos and brings you on-stage on her first tour, the "Dream Chaser" tour, and much more. From rare footage of her very first auditions through her sizzling performance on MTV's "Spring Break," Dream Chaser tracks Jessica Simpson's career from her humble gospel beginnings to the pinnacle of contemporary music and beyond.
In Session 2004
Runtime: 21 minVanessa Carlton performs live In Session in 2004. The show, I support of her second album, Harmonium features performances of White Houses,” “San Francisco; and “Who’s To Say.”
Live at Montreux 2012
Runtime: 1 hr 38 minAlanis Morissette is one of the most successful female artists and songwriters of all time and has sold in excess of 60 million albums worldwide. Her voice is instantly recognizable and she is a consummate live performer. On July 2nd, 2012, Alanis Morissette returned to Montreux as part of her Guardian Angel Tour in support of her new album "Havoc And Bright Lights". It was her third appearance at the festival. The set showcased a number of tracks from the new album (at that point still to be released) alongside classic tracks from across her career. This is Alanis Morissette live at her very best.
Revenge is Sweeter Tour
Runtime: 1 hr 10 minThe Veronicas hail from Brisbane, Australia, where twin sisters Jess and Lisa Origliasso began working in show business at the age of five. Born on Christmas Day in 1984, Jess and Lisa first performed as the Origliasso Twins, and their appearances at awards shows and sporting events drew the attention of agents and talent agencies. As teenagers, the twins released three teen pop albums under the name Lisa & Jessica, and they began making forays into TV after landing recurring roles in the Australian children's series Cybergirl. After Jess received a guitar as a birthday present in 2002, though, the girls started devoting more time to songwriting, gradually transforming their sound from pop to alternative rock in the process.
Miles From Memphis Live at the Pantages Theatre
Runtime: 1 hr 56 minFilmed in November 2010 in the palatial surroundings of the wonderful art deco Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, this film captures Sheryl Crow on tour in support of her recent hit album "100 Miles From Memphis". The set pulls tracks from across her career and is peppered with hit singles and her best loved album tracks as well as highlights from the new album. Sheryl Crow is at the top of her form and is backed by an outstanding band. Combine this with simple but elegant staging and atmospheric lighting and everything is set for a perfect evening in the company of an exceptional artist.
Live At Last
Runtime: 3 hr 7 minRecorded live in Berlin in 2004, Anastacia’s Live At Last features dazzling concert performances of all her biggest hits, including "Left Outside Alone," "I’m Outta Love," "Sick and Tired" and more!
Live at Red Rocks
Runtime: 54 minThe Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado a legendary venue that has been graced by rock luminaries from The Beatles to U2 provides the awe-inspiring backdrop for Rob Thomas in one of the most memorable stops on his Something To Be Tour. Featuring the multi-platinum recording artist performing 18 hits from his solo career and Matchbox Twenty, this incredible set also includes a special acoustic arrangement of Smooth and a cover of the David Bowie classic Let's Dance.
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 1 hr 51 minThree time Grammy-nominated performer Jewel is best known for her charismatic live performances. In this episode, Jewel performs at the historic Rialto Theater with an ethereal backdrop and, at times, is accompanied by a chamber orchestra. In part one of this Soundstage special Jewel not only performs her well-known hits but she also showcases her vast vocal styling by performing standard classics such as Cole Porters "Anything Goes."
Runtime: 2 hr 14 minMirrorball captures Sarah McLachlan at the height of her powers, with arresting performances from her Surfacing Tour of 1997-1998. This set includes her hit rendition of "I Will Remember You" plus "Adia," "Building A Mystery," "Possession" and more.