What on Earth? is a documentary series using satellite images of strange geological occurrences and man-made structures on Earth to examine such matters as the planet's extreme locations, phenomena and species.
Runtime: 120 minutes
What on Earth? - Ronnie Radke - Netflix
Ronald Joseph Radke (born December 15, 1983) is an American singer, songwriter, entertainer and record producer born in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is the founding member and current lead vocalist, keyboardist, and recently guitarist for the rock band Falling in Reverse, and is the former vocalist and founding member of post-hardcore band Escape the Fate. With Falling In Reverse, he has released four full-length studio albums, The Drug in Me Is You (2011), Fashionably Late (2013), Just Like You (2015), and Coming Home (2017), through their label Epitaph Records. Radke has won several awards for his participation in Falling In Reverse, including Best APTV Video and Vocalist Of the Year from Alternative Press. On July 2017 Falling in Reverse also won the award for Best Live Band at the Journey’s Alternative Press Music Awards. With his former band, Escape the Fate, he released one EP, There's No Sympathy for the Dead, and one full-length studio album, Dying Is Your Latest Fashion in 2006 through Epitaph. As a solo musician, he released his rap mixtape, Watch Me, in 2014, in which he collaborated with other artists such as Deuce, b.LaY, Tyler Carter of Issues, Sy Ari Da Kid, Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach, Danny Worsnop of Asking Alexandria and We Are Harlot, and Craig Mabbitt of Escape the Fate. Radke was charged with battery in 2006 and sentenced in 2008 for lack of effective probation. Ronnie Radke and his band did a lot of charity work out on Warped Tour with the kids that come from the Make-A-Wish program and Living The Dream program. In autumn 2013 the band realized “An Evening With Falling In Reverse” a run of shows from which a portion of ticket-sales proceeds has gone to the Living The Dream Foundation.
What on Earth? - with Escape the Fate - Netflix
What on Earth? - References - Netflix