To commemorate what would have been Ennio Morricone’s 92nd birthday, his closest collaborators have reunited for the first time in years at his studio in Rome. The five celebrated musicians, who worked alongside the composer on some of his most iconic scores, shared memories and stories about him and reminisced about his glittering career, spanning more than six decades. A new mini-documentary, ‘Celebrating Ennio Morricone: The Secrets Behind His Genius’, encapsulating the extraordinary occasion, premieres on YouTube at 2pm GMT.
Gareth Malone will join forces with actors Sharon Horgan and Kristin Scott Thomas and reunites with the Military Wives Choirs for a very special episode of his series, ‘The Great British Home Chorus’, streamed live on YouTube. The ‘Military Wives’ episode will be screened today, Wednesday 22 April, at 5.30pm.
YUNGBLUD will perform a concert in Los Angeles that will be live streamed on his YouTube channel on Monday, March 16, at 7:00 AM PDT. “Shit’s Weird Keep Calm and Carry On” will feature YUNGBLUD performing with his full band. In between songs, he’ll field questions from fans living in countries where he has had to postpone shows due to precautions being taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Eminem has been making headlines recently, from his chart-topping new album ‘Music to be Murdered By’ to his show-stopping Oscar award show performance to his record-breaking rap speed, and now has scored another achievement with his video for ‘Rap God’ officially hitting over 1 Billion Views on YouTube. The award-winning video for the ‘Marshall Mathers LP 2’ track now joins Eminem’s hits ‘Not Afraid’ (1.3 billion views) and ‘Love the Way You Lie’, featuring Rihanna (1.9 billion views) in YouTube’s Billion Views Club.
As the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall approaches on the 9th November, VIRTUALLY HISTORY utilises the latest technology and research to bring the past to life – bringing those that found ingenious (and claustrophobic) ways to cross the East/West Berlin divide into brilliantly sharp focus.
Cameron Sanderson started out on YouTube, posting original content and covers. Building his fanbase up from scratch he now has over 100,000 subscribers across the world, thanks to his regular appearances and performances at Video Creator conventions such as Playlist, and London’s own, Summer In The City.