On Sunday nights we ROCK! This week we’re bringing you a few old favorites and even an all-new episode! Get a sneak peek of The Day The Rock Star Died, The Top Ten Revealed, and an all-new concert. Make sure to set your DVR for the full night of festivities this Sunday at 8/7c!
The ’60s brought so much change to the world culturally, politically, and especially musically. With outstanding artists like Joan Baez and Bob Dylan at the top of their game, there’s no denying the folk scene was strong! Let’s rank the tunes that got our minds thinking and our souls singing from back then this Sunday. As always, rock experts like Don Dokken, Steve Porcaro (Toto) and Kevin Cronin (REO Speedwagon) will be there to count us down! Catch this new episode of The Top Ten Revealed starting at 8:30/7:30c.
Filmed live at The Novo theater in Los Angeles, America Salutes You: Guitar Legends II captures an impressive roster of six-string savants rocking out for an incredible cause. The night includes performances by beloved showman Sammy Hagar teaming up with Joe Bonamassa and The Doors’ own Robby Krieger on The Doors’ hit “Roadhouse Blues”. Plus, we’ll hear an all-star rendition of “Love The One You’re With”, featuring Krieger, ZZ Top axeman Billy Gibbons, who is making rock and roll history sharing the stage for the first time with rock mainstay Stephen Stills, versatile virtuoso Orianthi, and American Idol standout Haley Reinhart. Then, Emily Estefan will take the stage for a fierce rendition of “Black Magic Woman”, Living Colour founder Vernon Reid will blaze through the Jimi Hendrix staple “Crosstown Traffic”, and a roaring finale will bring all the night’s performers together for the WAR signature “Low Rider”. The concert also features appearances and performances by Dave Navarro and Don Felder, all backed by the L.A. All-Stars: Kenny Aronoff, Carmine Rojas, LaBamba, Mark Pender, Joe Sublett, Phil LoPresti, and music director Martin Guigui. Special appearances also include Bob Saget and Lifetime Achievement recipients, Norman Lear and Joe Mantegna. As part of this premiere event, Pacific Records is releasing a special compilation soundtrack highlighting the unforgettable evening’s best moments.
Michael Hutchence was the founding member, lead singer, and lyricist of rock band INXS from 1977 until his death on November 22, 1997. Hutchence was the archetypal rock showman who exuded an overtly sexual, macho cool with his flowing locks, and lithe and exuberant stage movements. His private life was often reported in the Australian and international press, with a string of love affairs with prominent actresses, models, and singer. We’re celebrating his life and legacy this Tuesday on The Day The Rock Star Died at 8/7.
|8/7c||The Day the Rock Star Died: Michael Hutchence|
|8:30/7:30c||The Top Ten Revealed: ’60s Folk Songs|
|9/8c||AXS TV Concerts: America Salutes You: Guitar Legends 2|
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