Spend Sunday Night ROCKING with Guitar Legends & The Biggest Bands EVER!

Sunday Night Rocks Sets Sail with Robby Krieger, Joe Bonamassa, Tesla, Extreme, Def Leppard, and MORE!

We’re kicking off our Sunday Night with a trip to LA to rock out for a good cause with Sammy Hagar at Guitar Legends 2 on Rock & Roll Road Trip! Then, we’ll begin a deep dive back into the 60s with a look at the influential music and events from 1966 on A Year In Music. Next, we’ll hit the high seas for an all-new episode of TrunkFest from the Monsters of Rock Cruise! Finally, we’ll end the night in Havana with a crowd of one million people and The Rolling Stones! Check out the full lineup and a sneak peek of each show below!

Sammy’s heading to LA to meet up with Joe Bonamassa & Robby Krieger of The Doors!

This weekend, we’re hanging out with some of the best guitar players and rocking out for a good cause. Sammy jets off to sunny California for the special concert America Salutes You: Guitar Legends 2 which benefits charities dedicated to brain and mental wellness of America’s veterans and first-responders. While there, he’ll sit down a member of one of the biggest bands in the world, Robby Krieger of The Doors, to talk about the advice he got from Jim Morrison that he still uses everyday. Then, he’ll FINALLY meet Joe Bonamassa, who used to be in a band with one of Sammy’s sons! We’ll end the night with everyone taking the stage together for one incredible performance! Check out a sneak peek of the episode above & set your DVR for the full show Sunday at 8/7c!


With the Release of Three of the Biggest Albums EVER, 1966 Was a Huge Year for Music

It’s inarguable that the 1960s were a time of change. Baby Boomers were coming of age, polished old-school styles were making their final stand, and musical creativity collapsed the conservative status quo. This week on A Year in Music, Matt Pinfield will help guide us through the year and it’s monumental events including the birth of the concept album, the LP becoming the new industry standard, the rise of American folk music, and the three biggest albums of the year: Revolver, Pet Sounds, and Blonde on Blonde. While The Beatles were experimenting with psychedelics and implementing obscure Indian instruments and backwards guitar riffs into Revolver, The Beach Boys were breaking molds with technical production on Pet Sounds, and Bob Dylan was still recording with all musicians in the same room to create Blonde on Blonde. Get a sneak peek of this Sunday’s episode above, and learn more about the historical events and the music that changed the world on A Year In Music: 1966 this SUNDAY at 9/8c!


Eddie Trunk sets to the high seas in an all new episode of TrunkFest!

When we told Eddie Trunk to find out what was in “Davy Jones’ Locker” this isn’t what we meant! On season two of TrunkFest we’re headed to some epic festivals and the 9th annual Monsters of Rock Cruise is no exception to this. The Monsters of Rock Cruise is an all-out rock & roll festival that sails through Ochos Rios, Jamaica and the private island of Labadee. This cruise takes place on a Royal Caribbean® Mariner of the Seas ship and is home to about 2,000 guests for five jam-packed days on the high seas. The ship is full of waterslides, a casino, a bungee jump, and of course the loudest music on land or sea! Tag along with Eddie as he speaks with many rock legends such as Tesla, Tom Kiefer of Cinderella, Extreme, and Rick Allen of Def Leppard. Eddie also sits down with festival producers Mike London and Larry Morand. Since you need to know what putting on giant rock cruise entails, Eddie’s got you covered when he gets the inside scoop on what it takes to produce this five-day floating party nine years in a row! Eddie also meets up with Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine to catch up and compete in a friendly game of ski ball.


Can’t Get No Satisfaction? The Rolling Stones can help you with that.

(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, released in June of 1965, was written by English rockers Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. This was the first song by the Rolling Stones that went no. 1 in the US. The song was also a part of the American version of the Rolling Stones’ fourth studio album, Out of Our Heads. Fun fact, this song was only played on pirate radio stations (radio stations without proper licensing) in the UK due its suggestive content. The song is centered around sexual frustration and alienation or as Mick Jagger put it, “captures the spirit of the times.” Havana Moon is a historic, once in a lifetime, and not to mention free concert by The Rolling Stones in Havana, Cuba in 2016. This epic, record-breaking concert features the hits such as “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”, “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll”, “Gimme Shelter”, “Brown Sugar”, and “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”, which you can watch above. You can relive this unforgettable concert this Sunday, July 14th at 10/9c on AXS TV!


Check out this Sunday’s full lineup below:

8/7c Rock & Roll Road Trip: Guitar Legends 2
8:30/7:30c Real Money: I Wanna Go Back
9/8c A Year In Music: 1966
9:30/8:30c TrunkFest with Eddie Trunk: Monsters of Rock Cruise
10/9c Rolling Stones: Havana Moon

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