Dare to Live - Netflix

After struggling with depression and overcoming adversity, Rory altered his life course to pursue his passions – choosing to celebrate life and establish an authentic career at the intersection of video production, thrill-seeking and music. Rory is best described as a "professional life liver" who dedicates his time to capturing life's precious moments. Dare to Live (aka: MTV's Dare to Live) encapsulates this spirit of adventure, as Rory takes his artist friends to the farthest reaches of their comfort zones and across the globe.

Dare to Live - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2017-08-29

Dare to Live - Dare You to Move - Netflix

“Dare You to Move” is a single by the alternative rock band Switchfoot from the band's fourth studio album, The Beautiful Letdown. The song was originally called “I Dare You to Move”, and was on the album Learning to Breathe, but the band decided to remix it and put it on The Beautiful Letdown. The song received considerable radio airplay, and its accompanying music videos saw play on MTV, VH1, FUSE TV, and other mainstream channels. “Dare You to Move” was released to radio on March 2, 2004. It peaked at number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Switchfoot's second top twenty single, surpassing the success of their breakthrough single, “Meant to Live” although it was more successful internationally. The song, which appears as the fifth track on The Beautiful Letdown was a long-lasting hit and was eventually certified gold in April 2005. The song received positive reviews from critics, and was ranked #73 on Rhapsody's list of the Top 100 Tracks of the Decade. “Dare You to Move” was co-produced by Charlie Peacock—who discovered Switchfoot and signed the band to its first record deal—and John Fields.

Dare to Live - Music videos - Netflix

There are two official music videos for this song. One depicts a man running against a large crowd of people. The other features a surfer who is being resuscitated on the beach while different parts of his life are shown. The second version of the video peaked at No. 2 on VH1's Top 20 Countdown.

Dare to Live - References - Netflix