WATCH | HBO’s new docuseries puts the spotlight on Woodstock 99, DMX, Alanis Morissette and more

HBO kicked off their brand new “Music Box” documentary series 23 July 2021, with a focus on highlighting key moments in the world of music. The new six part documentary series by Ringer Films executive produced by Bill Simmons (ESPN 30 For 30) , premiered with a throwback to how the legacy of the iconic US Woodstock Music Festival of the 60’s, got revived, trashed and destroyed in the 90’s with Woodstock: Peace, Love and Rage.

MUSIC BOX Official Trailer

In terms of what is next, fans can look forward to “JAGGED” the documentary on Alanis Morissette’s ground breaking 1995 album “Jagged Little Pill” directed by Alison Klayman, “Untitled” based on the life and last year of legendary rapper DMX directed by Christopher Frierson following his untimely passing in April 2021.   “Listening to Kenny G” directed by Penny Lane, followed by “Mr Saturday Night” directed by John Maggio, and concludes the series with “Untitled” but in this instalment, it focuses on the short life of the late rising star rapper Juice WRLD who passed away in 2019.        


Image via Alison Klayman

1995 was the year of Alanis Morissette. Her groundbreaking album Jagged Little Pill delivered a rawness and emotional honesty that resonated with millions. JAGGED explores how Alanis came to be that empowered woman so many admire, and what happens when a 21-year-old becomes a worldwide phenomenon.

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Don’t Try to Understand: A Year in the Life of Earl ‘DMX’ Simmons

DMX at Woodstock. Photograph: KMazur/WireImage

DON’T TRY TO UNDERSTAND: A Year in the Life of Earl “DMX” Simmons is a no-holds-barred portrait of hip-hop’s most tortured superstar. A deeply personal exploration of Faith, Addiction, Loyalty and Family, the film chronicles a year in the life of a man with a burning desire to reconcile decisions of the past. Fresh out yet another bid in Federal prison, 2019 finds Earl “DMX” Simmons at a crossroads. With an insurmountable debt owed to the IRS, an ever-growing family to feed, and immense pressure to return to the heights of yesteryear; the stakes couldn’t be higher. We follow Earl as he navigates this difficult circumstance: from re-acclimating to society in the midst of a grueling nationwide tour, to reuniting with his estranged first-born son. The film is an intimate glimpse into a man whose future and legacy, livelihood, and liberty, are all on the line.” – Christopher Frierson

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Listening To Kenny G

Image via Spotify

A look into one of the most popular instrumentalist of all time Kenny G and why he is polarizing to so many; directed by Penny Lane.

Mr. Saturday Night

From left, Maurice, Barry and Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees with their manager Robert Stigwood, in 1970. Rex Features/Associated Press

Mr Saturday Night“tells the tale of Robert Stigwood, the personal manager and music executive behind the Bee Gees, whose work on hit films Grease and Saturday Night Fever made him one of the most decorated impresario’s of the disco era.


The film explores how Juice WRLD the late rising hip-hop star impacted a genre of Hip Hop during his short life, directed by Tommy Oliver. Check out the trailer below

For more information regarding HBO’s Music Box release dates, click here

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