VH1 will bring its entire 2015 You Oughta Know class of artists together on one stage for an unforgettable night of music to perform at VH1's Big Music In 2015: You Oughta Know event from The Armory Foundation in New York City on Thursday, November 12 at 9/8C. The VH1 Big Music In 2015: You Oughta Know artists taking the stage include Hozier, Ella Henderson, George Ezra, Tori Kelly, James Bay, Nate Ruess, Rachel Platten, Elle King, Miguel and X Ambassadors.
This festival-style concert event will feature performances by each of the You Oughta Know artists, including never-before-seen collaborations and covers. Viewers will also get an inside look at the artists' personal lives and careers through VH1 original short film profiles that will showcase exactly what and why 'You Oughta Know' about each of the performers.
The VH1 You Oughta Know franchise has helped jumpstart and break the careers of some of music's biggest names including: Adele, Ed Sheeran, Lorde, Mumford & Sons, Sam Smith and Sia and many, many more. In addition to selling millions of records and going platinum many times over, VH1 You Oughta Know alums go on to win not just Grammys, but also Golden Globes and even Academy Awards.
3rd Annual You Oughta Know Live in Concert
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