On Sunday nights we ROCK! Every week we’re bringing you NEW concerts and NEW premieres of your favorite shows are coming your way! Get a sneak peek of The Day The Rock Star Died, The Top Ten Revealed, and an all-new concert featuring Yes below and make sure to set your DVR for the full night of festivities this Sunday at 8/7c!
The ’70s were a magical time full of great music with a plethora of live concerts, love, and drugs. This Sunday on The Top Ten Revealed, we’re ranking epic songs that peaked in 1972. Be prepared, these songs will bring you back to the good old days, and flood you with memories! Find out which jams from 1972 make our list as rock experts like Steven Adler (Guns ‘N Roses), Leif Garrett, and Eddie Money with his daughter Jesse Money count us down! Set your DVR for this all-new episode starting at 8:30/7:30c.
Over their 50-year history, band members have come and gone through Yes with almost alarming regularity. It’s no surprise that now there are two versions of Yes on the road. Guitarist Steve Howe and drummer Alan White hold down one version, but the heart and soul of the band remains with founder and singer Jon Anderson, who, along with guitarist Trevor Rabin and keyboardist Rick Wakeman, has been leading another lineup since 2016. In 2016, Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman brought together their incredible talents and long experience of working in Yes to take to the road for a series of concerts celebrating Yes’ musical legacy of the seventies, eighties, and nineties. Yes, featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman toured first in North America and then brought their live show to the UK in early 2017, including this performance captured at the Manchester Apollo. This setlist is pretty much everything a fan could ask for, from relatively obscure deep cuts like “Rhythm of Love” (from 1987’s Big Generator) and “Lift Me Up” (from 1991’s Union) to classics tracks “I’ve Seen All Good People,” “Perpetual Change” and the tour de force, “Heart of the Sunrise.” Celebrate five decades of Yes with this incredible sold-out show Sunday at 9/8c.
Janis Joplin was a big-voiced, bluesy singer who dominated every performance, forged her own path and paved the way for the female singers who followed. Her electric stage presence and charismatic personality quickly made her an icon. She headlined the legendary Woodstock Music Festival, had 5 songs on the Hot 100 chart, and remains as one of the top-selling musicians in the United States. On Sunday afternoon, October 4, 1970, at the age of just 27, she was found dead at the Landmark Motor Hotel, just 16 days after the death of fellow rock legend, Jimi Hendrix. We’re dedicating this Sunday to Janis, her inspiring originality, and the legacy she left behind. We dive into her life and legacy on The Day The Rock Star Died at 8/7c.
|8/7c||The Day the Rock Star Died: Janis Joplin|
|8:30/7:30c||The Top Ten Revealed: Epic Songs of ’72|
|9/8c||AXS TV Concerts: Yes: Live at the Apollo|
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