I like to search for concerts by my favorite bands since they may be posted anywhere. Have found many good ones that way. I also search for interviews with my favorite band members.
And then I enjoy some of the reaction videos, usually posted by young people discovering music from 70’s and 80’s. But there are also some young professionals, from composers to opera singers to vocal and music instructors, who also react or study a lot of classic rock and metal music / musicians. These can be very interesting, and often, surprising. A few sites I like are . . .
The Charismatic Voice - opera singer,vocal instructor reaction videos
The Daily Doug (Doug Helvering) - classical composer reaction videos
David Bennett Piano - Music Theory applied to rock and pop music
Bands and Musicians. . .
The Beatles, and anything about The Beatles
to name a few.
"Rock 'n' roll might not solve your problems, but it does let you dance all over them." Pete Townshend
You know, I tend to look for specific things on Youtube, like... how to fix a bathroom sink, a whole in your favorite leggings, etc. But, when I went back to school several years ago I loved the fact that I could find other professors and students give notes and advice. It was a great help with studies.
I know there's a lot more to YouTube cause my husband and BFF keep recommending shows to me. I just need to get around to catching a few.
My husband is a fan of Joe Rogan and a surfer guy's show, but I don't recall his name.
People will stop asking you questions if you answer back in interpretive dance. - Meme