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A biopic of the iconic 1970s record executive and wild man Neil Bogart, the founder of Casablanca who was closely aligned with the rise of disco. He's credited with discovering and launching the careers of a generation of superstars, including Curtis Mayfield, Bill Withers, Gladys Knight, KISS, Parliament, Donna Summer and the Village People.
Robert Johnson's singing, guitar playing and songwriting skills during the 1930s later influences a generation of musicians including Bob Dylan, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and Robert Plant. Playing mostly street corners and juke joints during his career, Johnson’s recordings are limited yielding 29 distinct songs recorded by famed Country Music Hall of Fame producer Don Law. These songs, recorded at a low fidelity, are released as 10-inch, 78 rpm singles from 1937–1938. He lives a short life until the age of 27.
The '80s pop duo Milli Vanilli, made up of Rob Pilatus and Fabrice Morvan, soars to the top of the charts then falls just as precipitously when they are exposed as lip-synching frauds.
A young waitress from the streets of Brooklyn and an aspiring musician from a wealthy family fall in love and must confront their life choices.
Sam Phillips is a pioneer in the music industry during the 1950s as a producer helps launch the careers of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis.
Follows the life of Brian Epstein, who discovered and managed the Beatles from 1961 through 1967, when he died of a drug overdose at 32.
Murray Murray, a legendary soul singer from the early 1960s, is a legend in his own mind. He puts his old band back together and tries to take down hip-hop when a hot artist samples his hit song from 1962.