Amazon today announced the stars of this year’s “Prime Day Show.” Accordingly, it is Billie Eilish, HER and Kid Cudi who refuse the three-part concert. All three episodes will be available for free streaming on “Amazon Prime Video” for 30 days starting June 17th for Amazon customers around the world. Prime membership is not required.
What is there to see?
Viewers can expect a mix of music and story in every episode. It goes to Paris, to the famous Dunbar Hotel in Los Angeles and even to space.
Billy brings to life a timeless Parisian neighborhood with an array of cinematic performances. Set in a city known as the birthplace of cinema, the film features new tracks from Billy’s upcoming album Happier Than Ever. This musical tribute was inspired by Billy’s long-standing admiration for a bygone era.
Prime Day Show x Billie Eilish was produced by Fremantle and Amazon Studios and directed by Billie Eilish and Sam Wrench. Ashley Edens is executive producer and Sam Wrench is co-executive producer. Length: about 27 minutes
Once known as the center of black culture in Los Angeles in the 1930s and ’40s, the Dunbar Hotel was home to some of the most prominent figures of its time, including Duke Ellington, Lena Horne, Billie Holiday, and many other musicians. In a modern, musical tribute to this great and important piece of history and culture, HER envisions what the Dunbar Hotel would be like if it still existed in 2021 and presents new music from their album Back of My Mind.
Prime Day Show X HER was produced by Fremantle, Wolf + Rothstein and Amazon Studios and directed by Kid. Ashley Edens served as executive producer with Chad Taylor, Fam Rothstein and Sam Wrench as co-executive producers. Length: about 25 minutes
On his largest mission to date, Kid Cudi is leaving Earth to find a new community on the Moon in this intercosmic spectacle. The episode features music from his album Man on the Moon III, and Cudi worked on it with the International Space Orchestra. The orchestra is made up of space scientists from the NASA Ames Research Center, the SETI Institute and the International Space University and with it as a band, creates a musical encounter of optics, sound and space.
Prime Day show X Kid Cudi was produced by Fremantle, Wolf + Rothstein, MAD Soler and Amazon Studios and directed by Sam Wrench. Ashley Edens was executive producer, and Chad Taylor, Fam Rothstein and Sam Wrench are co-executive producers. Length: about 25 minutes
The Prime Day show will also be shown on Amazon devices like Fire TV, Echo Show and Fire tablets via Twitch, IMDb TV and Prime Video.