In 1998, VH1 debuted the first annual VH1 Divas concert. VH1 Divas Live was created to support the channel's Save The Music Foundation and subsequent concerts in the series have also benefited that foundation. The VH1 Divas concerts aired annually from 1998 to 2004. After a five-year hiatus, the series returned in 2009 with a younger-skewed revamp. In 2010 the concert saluted the troops and in 2011 it celebrated soul music, doubling the previous year's ratings. The latest edition, which aired live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on December 16, 2012, celebrated dance music and paid tribute to Whitney Houston and Donna Summer. The show will be coming back on December 5, 2016 at the Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, New York and will have a holiday theme.

VH1 Divas - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 90 minutes

Premier: 1998-04-14

VH1 Divas - Cher albums discography - Netflix

American entertainer Cher has released 25 studio albums, nine compilation albums, three soundtrack albums, and one live album. In 1964 Cher signed a recording contract with Imperial Records, a label owned by Liberty Records. After the success of her first major single, Bob Dylan's “All I Really Want to Do” she and her then-husband Sonny Bono worked on her first album All I Really Want to Do released in 1965. The album peaked at number sixteen on the Billboard 200 and at number seven on the UK Albums Chart. After the massive success of “I Got You Babe” the record label encouraged her to record the second album, The Sonny Side of Chér (1966). The record peaked within the top 30 in several countries. Chér (1966) and With Love, Chér (1967) were less successful on the music charts. Backstage and her first official compilation album Cher's Golden Greats (1968) her last efforts with Imperial were critically and commercially unsuccessful. In 1969 Cher signed with Atco Records and released two albums: the critical acclaimed 3614 Jackson Highway and her first soundtrack album Chastity for the film of the same name; both of them were a commercial failure. Cher entered the 1970s with the release of the album Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves (1971), released under the label Kapp Records later absorbed by the MCA Records. The record proved to be critically and commercially successful peaking at number sixteen on the Billboard 200 and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA); her first solo album to do so. Next year she followed it with her less successful eighth studio album Foxy Lady. In 1973 she released two records: Bittersweet White Light (which was the last album produced by Sonny Bono) and Half-Breed her second gold album in the United States. Dark Lady was released as her eleventh studio album in 1974 and was less successful on the music charts. After the separation with Sonny she signed a new $2.5 million recording contract and business deal with Warner Bros. Records. From 1975 to 1977 she released a string of critic and commercial failures: Stars, I'd Rather Believe in You, Cherished and Two the Hard Way (with her then husband Gregg Allman) which is considered the lowest point of her career. In 1979 she signed with Casablanca Records and released her fifteenth album: Take Me Home, which was certified gold in the United States. Prisoner (1979) was less successful than its predecessor. In the beginning of the 1980s, Cher formed a band called the “Black Rose” and released their first album Black Rose which was later re-released in Germany as Cher's solo album. In 1982 Columbia Records released the album I Paralyze; with decreasing album sales and a lack of successful singles, Cher decided to focus on her acting career. In 1987 Cher signed with Geffen Records and released her first album in five years: Cher proved to be successful on the music charts and was certified platinum by the RIAA. Her nineteenth studio album Heart of Stone (1989) peaked at number one in Australia and entered the top ten in several other territories; it achieved multi-platinum status and became her best-selling album at that time. In 1991 Cher released her twentieth studio album Love Hurts; it became her first number-one in the United Kingdom and also topped the album charts of several European countries. However, it was less successful in North America. Her fifth official compilation album and last effort with Geffen, Greatest Hits: 1965-1992 was released outside North America and became her second consecutive number-one album in the United Kingdom and reached the top ten in many countries around the globe. In 1995 she signed with Warner Bros. which became her main record company. The first release with Warner was her twenty-first studio album It's a Man's World (1995) which was less successful than its predecessors. Her twenty-second studio album Believe released at the end of 1998 was heralded as her comeback album and became her best-selling studio album ever, having shipped around 20 million units worldwide. 1999's compilation The Greatest Hits released outside the United States became an international chart-topper. Cher entered the 2000s with the release of the independent album not.com.mercial exclusively through her official website. In 2001/02 Cher released her twenty-fourth studio album Living Proof which entered the Billboard 200 at number nine and was certified gold. After leaving Warner UK, Cher signed a worldwide deal with the US division of Warner Bros. Records in September 2003. The Very Best of Cher released on the same year was a chart success and was certified two times platinum in the United States. Her third soundtrack album, from the musical film Burlesque was released in 2010 and was certified gold by the RIAA. Cher's latest studio album, Closer to the Truth, was released in September 2013 and it became her highest-charting solo album when it debuted at number three on the Billboard 200. Cher has sold more than 100 million records worldwide and is recognized as one of the world's top-selling female recording artists of all time.

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