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Concerts List To Stream From Home

Because you're STILL bored in the house and in the house bored, here are a few concerts to watch TODAY! Because we know you'll wrap this up in between money you're spending on games and making more trips to the liquor, I mean "grocery" store. 

Aretha Franklin, Amazing Grace - watch on Hulu 

Filmed in 1972 but bogged down by both technical and legal issues until its eventual release in 2018, this film, directed by Sydney Pollack, documents the late and great Aretha Franklin as she records her album of the same name live with an audience at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles. With wall-to-wall music, it's a stunning portrait of a genius at work. (via eonline)

Beyonce, Homecoming - watch on Netflix

Coachella may be postponed until the fall, but the Beyhive can relive the festival's most iconic headlining performance ever with this 2019 film that combines Beyoncé's remarkable performance with behind-the-scenes footage. There's a reason why it won the Grammy for Best Music Film this year. And that's because it's incredible. (via eonline)

Mariah Carey, Merriest Christmas - watch on Netflix

It may not be the holidays, but when Mariah Carey is singing her Yuletide classics, it can be Christmas anytime. This 2015 Hallmark Channel special finds the elusive chanteuse in her element, a perfect way to brighten your mood musically even if it's only April. (via eonline)

Tory Lanez, Social Distance Tour - watch on YouTube 

For the first time ever, Tory Lanez and YouTube are getting together to create a brand new technology for live shows from home. Where fans can interact with the artist first hand and request your favorite songs, change the lighting, personalize how they want to feel and look. You will be able to connect with your favorite artiste for songs that you want to hear, or to pin your comment. A percentage of the paid subscription will be donated to charity, (via Instagram) 

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