The story behind the controversial and surreal Beatles film features new interviews with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.
The controversial surreal film made by The Beatles and broadcast by the BBC in 1967.
Shortly before the demolition of New York City’s Shea Stadium in July 2008, Billy Joel electrified audiences with two memorable concerts at the arena. Joel’s special guests included Tony Bennett, Garth Brooks, and Sir Paul McCartney whose 1965 appearance there with the Beatles was so iconic. Hear those songs are performed in full in Billy Joel: Live at Shea Stadium in March on Great Performances.
Maestro to the stars David Foster, who has collaborated with some of the greatest superstars in music, returns to THIRTEEN’s Great Performances series with several of his favorite artists for a magnificent night of music: Hitman Returns: David Foster & Friends is scheduled to air this March 2011 on PBS (check local listings).
Watch a video of the ballad from Act 2 of Passing Strange, “Come Down Now,” sung by Heidi Rodewald and the character Desi (Rebecca Naomi Jones), The Youth’s lover during his time in Berlin.
Watch the cast of Passing Strange perform the song “Amsterdam” in a scene that welcomes The Youth (Daniel Breaker) to Europe. This clip contains adult content.
Watch the Narrator (Stew) and the ensemble of Passing Strange perform “Church Blues Revelation / Freight Train,” a scene where The Youth (Daniel Breaker) gets his first taste of The Real.
Long-time friends and former band mates Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood team up for a once-in-a-lifetime reunion concert in Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood: Live From Madison Square Garden Thursday, May 28 at 8 p.m. (ET) on THIRTEEN’s Great Performances on PBS (check local listings). Presented in 5.1 digital surround sound on PBS HD, the […]