The ‘Red Rocker’ Sammy Hagar travels around America to visit fellow rock legends for jam sessions and tons of laughs. The season features six all-new episodes, featuring some of sports biggest starts, 80s rock icons, music legends, and some of the biggest names in country & pop music. Guests include Shaquille O’Neal and Def Leppard, Rob Thomas, Ted Nugent, Big & Rich, and more!
The Top Ten Revealed highlights the most influential songs, bands, and musicians in the history of rock & roll, as Katie Daryl sits down with a rotating panel of music icons and experts every week for a witty, edgy, and insightful discussion examining the figures and the music that have left an indelible mark on the rock n’ roll scene.
The Very VERY Best Of The 70s puts the spotlight on the enduring films, series, and pop culture moments that defined the 70s. Each week our diverse cast of experts count us down through a catalogue of topics ranging from The Top 70s Action TV Shows and Sci-Fi Films to Stand-Up Comedians, TV Moms, and Amazing Toys. Guest commentators include Morgan Fairchild, Anson Williams, Catherine Bach, George Wallace, Sebastian Bach, Bob Eubanks, Mindy Cohn, Barry Williams, Fred Willard, and more.
Paul Shaffer has mastered the art of captivating conversation from his seat at the piano on the Late Show with David Letterman. Now, the renowned bandleader and four-time Emmy nominee will further hone his chat chops with the launch of Paul Shaffer Plus One on AXS TV! Shaffer will be sitting down with some of music’s finest including Sammy Hagar, Graham Nash, ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons, Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen and more to discuss everything from inspiration and influences to notable songs. Of course, a few impromptu performances will also be thrown into every show. According to the man himself, “In this show I get to go one-on-one with all my favorite recording artists. We talk mainly music and if the topic turns to a specific tune, we demonstrate in song. It’s a dream come true.”
With a diverse set of hosts from all facets of music and pop culture, A Year in Music examines each year from a unique perspective. Not only does A Year in Music dive into the year’s biggest band albums,breakups and breakthroughs, but also the political and social relevance of the time. Each episode puts the year’s relevance in a bigger context of its overall effect on music