One of the most popular music shows abroad is the Pop Idol Live show. Every year, in numerous countries like Australia, Spain, Ireland, The United Kingdom, Sweden and more, this popular musical show creates much media coverage. Some have criticized this show as promoting excessive drug use and alcoholism among young people. However, some argue that popularity is simply due to the sensational style of the show and high entertainment value. Regardless of whether or not the show promotes positive messages, one of the most interesting things about it is that it gets tickets worldwide.
The first musical show to ever take off internationally was the Canadian version of “Fame” in 1980. It debuted in Canada as “Your Pretty Face” and was a huge success. This particular Canadian musical act gained a lot of popularity through the help of Michael Jackson, who came to Toronto to perform during the opening night of the show. This special appearance by the king of pop allowed the “Fame” show to gain a massive following from around the world.
A similar thing happened with “HIT.” This Canadian musical show gained enormous popularity in the United Kingdom and around the world. This particular band even reached No. 1 on the U.K. singles chart. One of the main reasons” HIT” was so successful was the singles song, “Wasted.”
The next popular music show to hit the airwaves was “The Amazing Spider-Man.” This spectacular show featured many famous actors and actresses from the Spider-Man franchise. Among those who showed up for the show were actors Tobey Maguire (The Amazing Spider-Man), Andrew Garfield (Webster), and Emmannuel Chriqi (riptide). The total income derived from this show was close to one billion dollars.
One of the most popular television shows to ever air was “The Weakest Link.” It spanned five seasons, which means that a lot of money was earned by many people. The show featured an all American group called “The Firm,” which included three other members from Texas. The “weakest link” was the Van Zandt brothers, who were best known for their work with Enron. This group made millions each year in a case brought against them by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The last item discussed in this article is “American Bandstand: An American Musical History,” which was hosted and conducted by Phil Collins and went on air in New York City in 1996. The group that went on to become the hitmaker Cash is Smooth was the “Philly Duo.” This group earned over two billion dollars for their music. For anyone considering bringing a musical event to a foreign country, it is important to assess its legalities ahead of time.