Music concerts and documentaries you can watch online for free
In particular, if you're a fan of rock and roll
Everybody who’s smart enough is staying home during this virus crisis. At some point though, you might lose ideas of what to watch, particularly if you want to do it for free. This is particularly true if you are a rock music fan.
To alleviate the problem Ultimate Classic Rock (UCR) has compiled just such a list. They searched all over and have compiled a choice list of rock concerts and documentaries that viewers can watch online for free.
They have concentrated on free possibilities and have found out that “Kanopy offers a wide array of films for free to anyone with a library card or valid college ID. Meanwhile, Qello also has an assortment of offerings available to watch via their website or app; it’s offering a free month trial right now too. They also note that “Hulu’s selection of music programming isn’t as extensive as fellow heavy-hitters Netflix and Amazon Prime, signing up for a free trial will probably give you enough time to plow through several of the excellent titles it does have on hand.”
Their list includes concert footage like The Who Live in Texas 75(Qello) or Rage Against The Machine Live At Finsbury Park (Qello), documentaries like The Wrecking Crew (Hulu) about probably the most famous group of session musicians or Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten (Hulu) to The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years (Hulu).
The list also includes some wider known classics like Martin Scorsese’s No Direction Home (Qello) and Woodstock: 3 Days That Changed Everything (Kanopy). You can check the whole list at the above UCR link.