Imagine a life without music! Just the mere thought of it makes our life dull and grim. From birds chirping to insects buzzing to someone humming across the street to beautiful melodies being played in a cab - we are surrounded by music.
And to celebrate music, below is our round-up of some of the best music concerts we've spotted - from legendary performances, to behind the scenes of the world’s greatest rock bands of all time. So this World Music Day, get ready to watch them from the comfort of your couch and shake a leg or two.
1. Coldplay – Live at La Cigale 2012
The crowd went wild for Coldplay at this energetic show at La Cigale, in Paris. Here's you chance to watch the award-winning British band in their element rocking out full throttle, offering up hit after hit.
2.Nina Simone – Live at Montreux 1976
Nina Simone, one of the greatest female vocalists of the 20th Century, made four appearances at the Montreux Festival between 1968 and 1990. This film features the whole of the performance from 1976 as the main item, which is supplemented as bonus features by two tracks from her concert in 1987 and four from her final show in 1990. This is the definitive Nina Simone live film.
3. Carlos Santana - Greatest Hits: Live at Montreux 2011
With legendary guitarist and band leader Carlos Santana at the helm, hit albums and singles followed through the seventies, eighties, nineties and up to the present day. This is the ultimate Santana live concert and absolutely not to be missed.
4. Madonna Confessions Tour
The Confessions Tour, filmed at London's Wembley Arena during her worldwide tour sold-out 25 city Confessions Tour (2006's top-grossing tour world-wide). It features songs from throughout the dance diva's career but largely focuses on Confessions On A Dance Floor.
5. Elton John – Elton 60: Live at Madison Square Garden
Watch Elton John performing on some of his biggest hits and even several fan favourites. The release features appearances onstage by comedians Robin Williams and Whoopi Goldberg, as well as special remarks to the audience by lyricist Bernie Taupin.