Live - Arts

Arts

  • Live Art (art form)
  • Live coding
  • Live music (concert)
  • Live album
  • List of albums titled Live
  • Live (band), an alternative rock band
  • "Live", a song written by Emitt Rhodes, that was a hit for his band The Merry-Go-Round, and was later covered by The Bangles.
  • Live Aid, a multi-venue rock music concert held on July 13, 1985
  • Live 8, a series of benefit concerts that took place in July 2005, in the G8 nations and South Africa
  • Live Earth
  • Live (Corneille album)
  • Live (Eurythmics video)
  • Live (Shania Twain DVD)
  • Live (Alison Krauss & Union Station album)
  • Live! (2007 film) a movie by Bill Guttentag
  • Live (an album by Peatbog Faeries)
  • Recorded live track

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