5 Cool Concerts to Stream This Season (PHOTOS)

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Stevie Nicks And The Pretenders
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Stevie Nicks: Live in Chicago

This 2014 work of magic was Nicks’ first filmed solo show since 1987. The singer-songwriter performs classics she recorded with Fleetwood Mac like “Rhiannon,” “Dreams” and “Landslide,” plus her own solo hits including “Edge of Seventeen” and “Stand Back.”

Madonna
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Madonna: Sticky & Sweet Tour

This girl has plenty of material to fill a two-hour extravaganza! During her show, filmed in Buenos Aires in 2008, living legend Madonna sings and struts her way through a career-spanning set list (“Vogue,” “La Isla Bonita,” “Ray of Light,” “Into the Groove”) accompanied by acrobatic backup dancers.

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Frank Sinatra: Live At Carnegie Hall

Sip a martini as iconic entertainer Frank Sinatra, in full tuxedo, croons classic tunes in June 1980 at New York City’s famed venue. Backed by a full orchestra, Ol; Blue Eyes sings, among others, “I’ve Got the World on a String,” “Come Fly With Me” and “Send in the Clowns,” all interspersed with Rat Pack–style patter.

Don HENLEY and EAGLE
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The Eagles: Hell Freezes Over

The title refers to what Eagles drummer and co–lead vocalist Don Henley said would have to happen for the band to reunite after their 1980 breakup. In April 1994, the devil wore mittens at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California, for this live performance of anthems including “Hotel California,” “Life in the Fast Lane,” “Desperado” and “Take It Easy.” Bonus: The Eagles also released this concert as a live album, so you can rock out to it when you’re on the go.

Boy George
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Culture Club: Live at Wembley

In December 2016, 1980s pop icons Culture Club finished a 60-city world tour with this sold-out show at Wembley Stadium in their hometown of London. Original members Roy Hay (guitar), Mikey Craig (bass) and Jon Moss (drums) join lead vocalist Boy George to perform “Karma Chameleon,” “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me,” “Church of the Poison Mind” and more hits in front of tens of thousands of screaming fans.

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Have you ever wanted to be front row at the concerts of yesterday's biggest musicians and singers? Then you're in luck because there are plenty of options available for streaming.

Whether you're a Fleetwood Mac enthusiast looking for some tunes from band member Stevie Nicks or prefer the sounds of Madonna, then you're in luck.

Click through the gallery above to see which five streaming concerts are a must-see.

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