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Nicole Zeitzer Johnson

Nicole Zeitzer Johnson

Posted to Artist Spotlight on October 23, 2015

It’s often a game of who can get the Apple TV remote first in our Qello office. Everyone has their favorite concerts they want to watch all day.  Our CEO likes to keep the vibe chill and smooth, while our developers usually want to kick it up a notch or two.  So, this week we decided to share what concert each Team-Q staffer loves most.  Stay tuned for our regularly scheduled New Releases next week. And in the meantime, enjoy these Q-Team Top Picks.

David Bowie - Reality Tour
Although many of my favorite Qello Concerts’ are by modern artists like Placebo, White Lies, MuteMath, and Chvrches, if I could only pick one, it would be a legendary show from the influential pioneer who helped shape the future of rock, pop, and alternative music: David Bowie - A Reality Tour.
Dave Wooldridge

Nirvana - Nevermind
Great album - maybe their greatest. Nirvana really did play unique music. You can feel the craziness and of a man who was able to end his life in both the texts and the sound of this album.
Krum Lozev

Billy Joel - Live at Yankee Stadium
As a lifelong Yankees fan and Billy Joel fan, there’s nothing better than watching the “Piano Man” rock out at the old Yankee Stadium.
Sara Fleisher

Roy Orbison and Friends - A Black and White Night
This concert looks and sounds amazing, featuring a truly legendary group of backing musicians - but the real star is Roy's amazing voice.
Dominick Tolipani

The Police - Certifiable
The Police is one of the most inspirational and influential rock bands of the century, and Stewart Copeland is an amazing drummer!!!
Christopher Michael Delli Santi Jr.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 25th Anniversary Concert
A beautifully filmed concert featuring legendary all stars. A show you will not want to take your eyes off.
Jenn Ramirez

The Big Four: Live From Sofia Bulgaria 
Because I've been there and it was amazing show! **not available in US
Ivaylo Gergov

Sade - Bring Me Home: Live 2011
It’s just so relaxing.
Brian Lisi

My Morning Jacket - Okonokos
If music is a religion, then Jim James is my priest. The genre-bending beautiful jams, mostly from the Z album, are on perfect display here in this 2006 show filmed at the Fillmore Auditorium. Notable mention: the 11-minute “Dontante” (track 13). Can I get an Amen?!
Nicole Zeitzer Johnson

Johnny Cash - Behind Prison Walls
This is the only time I have ever wished I was in prison.  I would kill (not really) to go back in time and sit amongst the felons in Tennessee State Prison for this event.
Bridget Maher

Incubus - HQ Live
I just love Brandon Boyd!
Aspeia Alexieva

Nicole is the Team Q Director of Communications and resident music enthusiast. After a career in television production for CNN and NBC, and media consulting, she followed her deep passion for music and joined the Qello founding members to help create this service to share incredible live music… More

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