Which is the most viewed live performance on YouTube?
The 20 Most Viewed YouTube Videos
- “Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran (5.50bn views)
- “Johny Johny Yes Papa” by LooLoo Kids (5.82bn views)
- “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi, featuring Daddy Yankee (7.59bn views)
- “Baby Shark Dance” by Pinkfong Kids’ Songs & Stories (9.53bn views)
Which artist has the best live performance?
Any list of the greatest live performers in music today rightfully begins with the legends — the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, U2, Neil Young, and my vote for the greatest live performer of all time, Bruce Springsteen.
Where can I watch full concerts?
Keep reading to learn about the best concert streaming sites on the web today.
- Music Vault.
- World Concert Hall.
- MTV Live.
- Boiler Room.
- United We Stream.
Why do people watch live concerts on YouTube?
Thanks to these amateur/professional concert videographers, fans can enjoy live sets from bands who may have broken up, singers who have passed away, and present day superstars fighting ticket scalpers. My picks for the best full length live performances on Youtube cover the last four decades.
Is there such a thing as a before-they-were-famous video?
There’s before-they-were-famous videos, and there’s videos where a group that went on to be one of the best and most important artists of the post-punk era look like a bunch of dorky schlubs auditioning (unconvincingly) to play at your younger brother’s Bar Mitzvah.
Did Stevie Wonder ever get better as a performer?
While he has only gotten better as a performer, this concert filmed in Germany in 1974 is a sweet spot in the history of Stevie Wonder live performances. It’s recorded a year after the release of Innervisions and two years before his landmark Songs in The Key of Life album.
Is YouTube ruining our everyday lives?
In fact, YouTube’s influence has been so pervasive and critical on our everyday lives that it’s pretty close to impossible to remember what life was like before it — probably just an endlessly frustrating series of ineffective on-site streams and 24-hour VH1 Classic marathons, just blindly hoping to catch the video for “Hungry Like the Wolf.”