6 Musical Documentaries On Amazon Prime Video If You're In The Mood To Rock Out
It's not a concert, but it'll do!
Get to know your favourite artists! There's nothing quite like seeing your favourite singer live, but the next best thing is watching them in one of the many music documentaries on Amazon Prime Video. There's an incredible selection available on the streamer, highlighting artists from nearly every genre.
If you're a big fan of boybands, you can go on tour with groups like the Jonas Brothers, the Backstreet Boys, and 5 Seconds of Summer without having to leave your house.
Find out more about how Justin Bieber went from living in Stratford, Ontario to being an internet sensation, or how "Get the Party Started" singer Pink has managed to make a killing while still remaining true to her authentic self.
Instead of just listening to their music, these documentaries give you the opportunity to really understand your favourite stars and see all the work they put into their unforgettable tours.
Rating: 7.4/10 on IMDb
Follow the Jonas Brothers as they embark on their highly anticipated Happiness Begins concert tour all across North America.
Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of
Rating: 7.6/10 on IMDb
Over two decades, the Backstreet Boys have become known as one of the biggest boy bands in music history. This documentary chronicles the ups and downs of the group over the years.
Pink: Staying True
Rating: 8.3/10 on IMDb
Pink continues to break the mold in Staying True, which follows the beloved singer on tour and includes exclusive interview footage.
Justin Bieber: Rise to Fame
Rating: 91% on Google
Bieber's career started when he was just a small-town Canadian boy posting videos on YouTube. Watch how the "Yummy" singer has grown over the years to become a music sensation.
Tupac Shakur: Before I Wake
Rating: 7.3/10 on IMDb
Get to know Tupac Shakur through never-before-seen footage that chronicles the last years of his tragically short life.
5 Seconds of Summer: So Perfect
Rating: 8.2/10 on IMDb
In their very first biography, 5 Seconds of Summer explains how they rose from a band in a small Sydney suburb to touring with One Direction and beyond.