2011 Ultimate Classic Awards: DVD of the Year
The first annual Ultimate Classic Rock Awards continues with your chance to pick who will win DVD of the Year honors. Take a look at our nominees below, mull over it for awhile and then help us choose the best one.
The year 2011 was definitely a good one for DVD offerings, with the recently released Rolling Stones 'Some Girls Live In Texas '78' -- featuring a hot (literally!) concert from their 'Some Girls' tour filmed July 1978 in Ft. Worth, Texas -- a tough choice to beat.
But there several other worthy contenders. Rush issued their 'Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland' DVD, which documented a sold-out April concert in the Rock Hall City. AC/DC used 32 HD cameras to capture a December 2009 concert in front of nearly 200,000 rabid fans for their 'Live At River Plate' DVD.
Ozzy Osbourne's son turned the cameras on his famous father for a one-of-a-kind documentary titled 'God Bless Ozzy,' which hit theaters in August before coming out on DVD. And Deep Purple treated fans to 'Phoenix Rising,' which included a 90-minute documentary titled 'Getting Tighter' and 30 minutes of never-before-seen live footage from Japan.
All are excellent picks for the best DVD of the year, but only one can win.
You have until 11:59 PM EST on Jan. 1, 2012 to make your selection, and we will notify you of the winners in this and every one of the other 10 categories on Tuesday, Jan. 3.