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Whether you’re looking for a behind-the-scenes peek into one of the biggest bands in the world, or want to experience a live concert in your living room, we’ve got you covered.

From the Material Girl to Canada’s next big pop star, country to rock, grunge to hip hop, soul to Sinatra, here are 17 music and concert documentaries that every music fan will love.

Check out some of the best music and concert documentaries available now on CraveTV and coming soon.

SINATRA: ALL OR NOTHING AT ALL

Artist: Frank Sinatra

Running Time: 4 hours

Available: Now

This four-part HBO documentary tells the story of the professional and personal life of famed jazz singer Frank Sinatra. Told through archived interviews with Ol’ Blue Eyes as well as those closest to him, the doc takes an in-depth look at one of music’s most famous performers.

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QUEEN: DAYS OF OUR LIVES

Artist: Queen

Running Time: 2 hours

Available: Now

The history of Queen, one of the world’s most iconic rock bands, is broken down into two parts in this 2011 documentary. Focusing on the 1970s and the 1980s, the history of Queen and the death of lead singer Freddie Mercury are told through concert footage and interviews with band members Brian May and Roger Taylor.

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ALESSIA CARA: HOMECOMING

Artist: Alessia Cara

Running Time: 0.5 hours

Available: Now

At only 19 years old, Alessia Cara became the new voice of women in music with the release of her stunning single “Here.” Quickly earning the title of one of the most exciting artists to watch in 2015, and gaining praise from artists like Drake and Taylor Swift, Cara allowed Much’s cameras to follow her as she traveled home to Brampton, Ontario to play a show in Toronto, back where it all began.

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J. COLE FOREST HILLS DRIVE: HOMECOMING

Artist: J. Cole

Running Time: 1.5 hours

Available: Now

Rapper J. Cole marks his historic homecoming to Fayetteville, North Carolina with a memorable concert in his HBO documentary. The Grammy-winning musician allows cameras behind the scenes of his concert, with footage of the rapper and those who know him best describing his rise to fame.

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LADY ANTEBELLUM: OWN THE NIGHT WORLD TOUR

Artist: Lady Antebellum

Running Time: 2 hours

Available: Now

One year after their break out hit “Need You Now,” which helped the country trio sweep the Grammys, Lady Antebellum embarked on their first headlining tour and brought cameras along for their final North American show in Little Rock, Arkansas. The concert doc features 25 songs from the trio as well as exclusive interviews with the band as they reminisce about their rise to fame.

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MADONNA: REBEL HEART TOUR

Artist: Madonna

Running Time: 2 hours

Available: Now

From SHOWTIME, watch as the original Material Girl travels around the globe on her 82-date tour in support of her incredible 13th album, Rebel Heart. See Madonna perform old favourites and new tracks in the tour documentary that culminates in a performance at the Sydney Olympic Park.

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MURDER RAP: INSIDE THE BIGGIE AND TUPAC MURDERS

Artist: The Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur

Running Time: 1 hour, 53 min

Available: Now

The murders of rappers Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. were linked to gang involvement, but who actually pulled the trigger on two of the most influential musicians of modern times? In the 2015 doc, director Michael Dorsey dives into the various theories and the investigation, with the film featuring interviews with witnesses and lead detective Greg Kading.

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MR. DYNAMITE: THE RISE OF JAMES BROWN

Artist: James Brown

Running Time: 2 hours

Available: Now

Starting with his breakthrough single “Please, Please, Please” in 1956, this HBO documentary on soul singer James Brown follows the beloved and sometimes controversial showman’s career through its highs and lows.

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STONE TEMPLE PILOTS: ALIVE IN THE WINDY CITY

Artist: Stone Temple Pilots

Running Time: 1.5 hours

Available: Now

For the first time, iconic grunge band turned rock band Stone Temple Pilots allowed cameras to capture a full concert for the screen. Filmed at a sold out show at Chicago’s Riviera Theater in 2012, the concert doc was shot just months before the band broke up and only three years before lead singer Scott Weiland’s death.

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THE BEATLES: 8 DAYS A WEEK: THE TOURING YEARS

Artist: The Beatles

Running Time: 2 hours, 17 minutes

Available: January 27

On February 9, 1964, four men from Liverpool stepped onto the Ed Sullivan stage and changed history. With 73 million sets of eyes fixed on TV screens that night, the largest audience in television history collectively decided that The Beatles were to become the biggest band of all time.

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COBAIN: MONTAGE OF HECK

Artist: Kurt Cobain, Nirvana

Running Time: 2 hours, 25 minutes

Available: January 27

See never-before-seen footage and interviews on one of music’s most iconic songwriters in HBO’s documentary on Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain. Taking the title from Cobain’s 1988 sound collage, Montage of Heck combines animation and interviews for an in-depth look at a brilliant artist’s life.

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THE ROLLING STONES: HAVANA MOON and THE ROLLING STONES OLE OLE OLE!: A TRIP ACROSS LATIN AMERICA

Artist: The Rolling Stones

Running Time: Various

Available: A Trip Across Latin America (Available Now) Havana Moon (January 27)

Director Paul Dugdale is behind two of the Rolling Stones most exciting docs, which feature the band traveling through Latin America and playing a history-making show in the new political climate of Havana, Cuba.

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THE ROLLING STONES: LIVE AT HAMPTON COLISEUM

Artist: The Rolling Stones

Running Time: 2.5 hours

Available: Now

For Stones fans looking for something a little more nostalgic, we have you covered. As the most successful tour in 1981, The Rolling Stones American Tour amassed $50-million in ticket sales. The newly restored footage and audio from Live At The Hampton features music from “Tattoo You” and more, and was the first-ever music concert to be broadcast as a pay-per-view event.

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MICHAEL JACKSON’S JOURNEY FROM MOTOWN TO OFF THE WALL

Artist: Michael Jackson

Running Time: 1.5 hours

Available: Now

Critically acclaimed director Spike Lee traces the early days of Michael Jackson’s career, starting with his role in family band The Jackson Five, to his 1979 solo album Off The Wall.

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MICHAEL BUBLÉ’S 3RD ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SPECIAL

Artist: Michael Bublé

Running Time: 1 hour

Available: Now

Just because Christmas is over doesn’t mean you have to wait until next year to hear some of your favourite holiday classics belted out by Canadian singer Michael Bublé. For his third annual Christmas special, the Canadian Grammy and JUNO winner invites Mariah Carey, Mary J. Blige and more to join him for performances of holiday favourites.

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THE DOORS: WHEN YOU’RE STRANGE

Artist: The Doors

Running Time: 1.5 hours

Available: Now

Making material from Jim Morrison’s HWY: An American Pastoral public for the first time, this 2009 documentary includes rare and exclusive footage from one of rock’s most influential bands. Actor and musician Johnny Depp narrates the one-hour band doc, which debuted at Sundance.

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