While the concert all across the globe is on hold due to the pandemic, you can still enjoy the music fest virtually. You can channelise your inner music lover and know all about the genres such as jazz, hip-hop, rock and roll, country, and more. Well, for that, you don't need any subscription, fees or login, you just have to tune in to GoUSA TV to enjoy its premium content. For the unversed, GoUSA TV is the premier travel entertainment channel which is available for all.
America’s Musical Journey
America’s Musical Journey follows singer/songwriter Aloe Blacc as he traces the roots of American music and explores great musical cities—places like New Orleans, Nashville, New York City and more—where such electrifying art forms such as jazz, soul, and rock and roll were born.
American Treasures: Musical Cities
Explore the collision of cultures that gave birth to America’s diverse musical heritage. This series is an extension of "America's Musical Journey" and delves deeper into iconic music cities such as Memphis, Tennessee; New Orleans, Louisiana, Miami, Florida, Chicago and Illinois.
For the Love of Music: The Story of Nashville
For over 130 years, Nashville has been at the forefront of the music scene. From the Fisk Jubilee Singers in the 1870s to Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, and Johnny Cash, it has evolved into a premier musical city. The Music City’s evolution continues today with The Black Keys, Kings of Leon, and others. This documentary tells Nashville’s story through the eyes of the musicians, songwriters, producers, and artists who live there.
Hear The Music
Join ten local musicians as they explore the musical heritage of their hometowns and capture the sounds that define their cities including West Hollywood, California; Miami, Florida; Austin, Texas; among others.
Spirit Song is a short film inspired by the album "Voices of the Guardians" by Native American singer-songwriter Gareth Laffely and Emmy Award-winning composer/producer Lance Bendiksen. The film looks at how the landmark album came together and celebrates Native American music in its many forms. Learn how Native American tradition and music influence local culture as the film explores the tales behind the singing river in the Alabama town of Muscle Shoals, the thunder hole in Acadia, Maine, the Totem Bight State Park in Ketchikan, Alaska, and more.
Made of Music
Explore Las Vegas, Chicago, New Orleans, and other iconic U.S. destinations with local musicians as they take you on a tour of their respective cities, showcasing sources of inspiration for creating music with a unique sound and historical notes.
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