Spring Stampede 1994 took place on April 17, 1994 from the Rosemont Horizon in Chicago, Illinois. The main event was Ric Flair defending the WCW World Heavyweight Championship against Ricky Steamboat. other matches included The Boss vs Vader, Dustin Rhodes vs Bunkhouse Buck in a Bunkhouse match, Rick Rude defending the WCW International World Heavyweight Championship against Sting, Steve Austin defending the WCW US Heavyweight Championship against The Great Muta, The Nasty Boys defended the WCW World Tag Team Championships against Cactus Jack and Maxx Payne in a Chicago Street Fight match, and Johnny B. Badd wrestled Diamond Dallas page.
Vale Tudo Japan 1994 was held on July 29, 1994 at the Tokyo Bay NK Hall in Urayasu, Japan.
The Rev. Jeff Mosier (Blueground Undergrass) was contracted by Phish in the Fall of 1994, to help them learn Bluegrass. They flew him to Michigan and Mike Gordon picked him up in a limo, and they had their first lesson on 11/14/1994, same night as Grand Rapids.
SummerSlam (1994) was the seventh annual SummerSlam. It was held on August 29, 1994 at the newly opened United Center in Chicago, Illinois. The pay-per-view had two main events. The first featured Owen Hart fighting his brother Bret Hart in a steel cage match. The other main event was a match between the real Undertaker and an impostor Undertaker. The undercard featured a match for the WWF Intercontinental Championship between Diesel and Razor Ramon, which Ramon won to regain the title. The other major angle going into SummerSlam was a feud in which Tatanka accused Lex Luger of joining the Million Dollar Corporation, a stable of heel wrestlers.
Slamboree 1994 took place on May 22, 1994 from the Philadelphia Civic Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Assassin, Ole Anderson, Harley Race, Ernie ladd, The Crusher, and Dick the Bruiser were all inducted into the WCW Hall of Fame. The main event was a singles match for the vacant WCW International World Heavyweight Championship between Vader and Sting. Originally Rick Rude was to challenge Vader for the title, however he suffered a career ending back injury and was replaced by Sting. The Nasty Boys faced Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan in defense of their WCW World Tag Team Championships. Ric Flair defended the WCW World Heavyweight Championship against Barry Windham. 4 matches took place on the under card.
Fall Brawl 1994: War Games took place on September 18, 1994 from the Roanoke Civic Center in Roanoke, Virginia. The main event was the annual War Games match in which Team Rhodes (The Nasty Boys, Dusty Rhodes, and Dustin Rhodes) took on The Stud Stable (Terry Funk, Arn Anderson, Bunkhouse Buck, and Col. Robert Parker). This match was re-broadcast on the final edition of WCW WorldWide. Sting, The Guardian Angel, and Vader wrestled in a Triangle Elimination match, and Pretty Wonderful defended the WCW World tag Team Championships against Stars and Stripes. Steve Austin was scheduled to take on Rick Steamboat for his WCW US Heavyweight Championship, however Steamboat was injured, fired, and then retired. Austin got the belt by forfeit and then had to defend it against a mystery opponent. In a Loser Leaves WCW match, Kevin Sullivan took on Cactus Jack.
Grammy-winning American rap act Arrested Development brings their funk-inspired music and soulful lyrics abroad to Tokyo in this live concert captured in 1994, at the peak of the band's commercial and critical success. The set list includes the band's top-10 singles "Tennessee," "Mr. Wendal" and "People Everyday," as well as "Ease My Mind," "Give a Man a Fish," "Dawn of the Dreads," "Mama's Always on Stage" and "Natural."
Sepultura at Festivalpladsen, Roskilde, Denmark Refuse/Resist Territory Troops of Doom Slave New World Inhuman Nature Propaganda Amen Beneath the Remains / Escape to the Void Kaiowas Biotech Is Godzilla Dead Embryonic Cells Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing Polícia Orgasmatron
"Limelight", New York, NY, USA, 24.07.1994 01 Veil of Maya 02 I'm But a Wave to... 03 Textures 04 Uroboric Forms 05 The Eagle Nature 06 Celestial Voyage 07 Sentiment 08 How Could I? "Mason Jar", Phoenix, AZ, USA, 02.07.1994 01 Veil of Maya 02 I'm But a Wave to... 03 Uroboric Forms 04 The Eagle Nature 05 Celestial Voyage 06 Sentiment 07 How Could I? "Harpo's", Detroit, MI, USA, 10.06.1994 01 Veil of Maya 02 I'm But a Wave to... 03 Textures 04 Uroboric Forms 05 The Eagle Nature 06 Celestial Voyage 07 Sentiment 08 How Could I?
Bad Breed (Ian Rotten and Axl Rotten) vs. Hack Myers and The Rockin' Rebel ECW World Television Championship Match Chad Austin vs. Mikey Whipwreck (c) Stevie Richards vs. Tommy Dreamer Mr. Hughes vs. Tommy Dreamer The Pitbulls (Pitbull #1 and Pitbull #2) vs. The Tazmaniac and Sabu Singapore Cane Match The Sandman vs. Tommy Cairo ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match Sabu vs. Shane Douglas (c) Barbed Wire Match for the ECW World Tag Team Championship The Funk Brothers (Terry Funk and Dory Funk, Jr.) vs. The Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock) (c)
Action from the Bike Grand Prix 1994 season
For just over an hour and a half, Two Billion Hearts takes the viewer back to the adventure of the world cup of the United States and packs the audience on a journey through emotion, the expressions of their protagonists, fans in the stadiums and in the streets to the stars on the lawns, the cameras walk an uneven and vibrant path to world history. Two Billion Hearts is much more than the official World Cup film in the United States, it is a journey, for the passion of football, for the soul of the fans, for the feat of their idols. The film shows the best moments of the Cup and accompanies the Show of the fans of 24 countries in the United States, where more than 300 thousand football lovers traveled around the world
PHIL COLLINS MTV UNPLUGGED FOUNTAIN STUDIOS - WEMBLEY, LONDON AUGUST 30 1994 1. I Don't Care Anymore 2. Both Sides OF The Story 3. You Can't Hurry Love 4. One MOre Night 5. This Must Be Love 6. Seperate Lives 7. The West Side 8. IN The Air Tonight 9. Lady Madonna 10. Sussudio
Colosseum: Complete Reunion Concert 1994
Woodstock '94 on August 13, 1994
This compilation includes videos for the following tracks: "Everything Zen," "Little Things," "Comedown," "Glycerine," "Machinehead," "Swallowed," "Greedy Fly," "Warm Machine," "The Chemicals Between Us" and "Letting the Cables Sleep." The video also features the group's complete performance at the Woodstock '99 concert and extras, including a making-of featurette and excerpts from Alleys and Motorways.
Caught in a Mosh, Got the Time (Joe Jackson cover), Room for One More, Potters Field, Antisocial (Trust cover), This Is Not an Exit, Indians, Hy Pro Glo, In My World, Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun (Beastie Boys cover), Only, Madhouse, Startin' Up a Posse, Bring the Noise (Public Enemy cover)