Look What the Cat Dragged In
Sammy makes a stop in Scottsdale, Arizona where he meets up with Poison frontman Bret Michaels. The two iconic rockers sit down for a "Mad Max" style performance of "Your Mama Don't Dance" and tour Bret's unique Arizona home.
Rock & Roll Journey
Sammy stops by the world-famous Record Plant in San Francisco, California, and interviews Neal Schon of Journey. After an intimate conversation about the recording process and history of the studio, Sammy and Neal perform "Personal Jesus.”
The Red Rocker heads to one of the biggest parties of the year, Mardi Gras. Join Sammy Hagar as he takes to the streets of New Orleans, checks out the world-famous floats, performs with Trombone Shorty, and hangs out with celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse.
Cruisin’ With The Redheads
Join Sammy this week as he takes to the high seas on the Rock Legends Cruise, departing from Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Sammy takes the stage with Paul Rodgers and Bad Company as they perform one of their hit songs together, while cruising the deep blue sea with Todd Rundgren and other rock legends.
Acoustic Part Deux
Sammy heads back to the Fillmore Theatre in San Francisco to feature the female artists in this Mother’s Day special of his annual Acoustic 4-A-Cure concert. Sammy features acoustic performances by Sarah McLachlan, Pat Benatar, and Neil Giraldo.
Sammy Hagar heads to the Loudwire Awards in L.A. where he receives the Humanitarian Award and sits down with Judas Priest frontman, Rob Halford. Sammy then performs with Matt Sorum and Kings of Chaos for an extraordinary performance.
Dirty White Boys
Sammy travels to Austin, TX, where he is joined by Mick Jones at the Circuit of Americas race track. Sammy and Mick race cars around the track and give an unforgettable performance of Foreigner’s hit “Dirty White Boy.”
Sammy travels to Denver where he meets up with the band Nickelback. Sammy and Chad Kroeger check out vinyl at Denver’s Twist and Shout record store, and later, put on a memorable performance of one of many Nickelback’s chart-topping hits.
Join Sammy as he flies to Lake Tahoe to meet up with Roger Daltrey. Sammy performs one of The Who’s most well-known classics, and he sits down with Roger to reminisce about playing the 1973 Charlton Festival.
Acoustic Foo A Cure
Sammy heads to San Francisco to perform his annual Acoustic-4-A-Cure Concert. Sammy sits down with Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins of Foo Fighters, and later he takes the stage with Mick Fleetwood, Dave Grohl, and Vic Johnson.
Marooned in LA (Adam Levine)
For the Season 2 finale, Sammy heads to Los Angeles to meet up with Maroon 5 front man, Adam Levine at his West Hollywood home.
South by DMC
Sammy is honored as a keynote speaker at the World's Biggest Music Festival, South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. He then joins Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, Pioneer of Hip Hop, Run-DMC Frontman; Darryl McDaniels, in a Rock-Rap jam.
Sammy goes back to Maui, Hawaii and stops by "Supermensch" Uber Manager, Shep Gordon. Shep invites friends and family for dinner and enjoy tunes from Sammy and his friends.
Sammy visits with Vince Neil of Motley Crue at his home in Nashville, Tennessee. Later, he drops by legendary Phoenix Studios to plug in and play some acoustic songs.
Chicken & Chili
Red Hot Chili Peppers/Chickenfoot drummer Chad Smith drops by Sammy's studio to catch up and perform new Chickenfoot songs with Joe Satriani and Sammy.
This week, check out Sammy in Las Vegas, Nevada to hang out with Carrot Top, cruise the strip in a classic Cadillac with Don Felder, hang backstage at the Venetian Theater with Classic Rock icons Styx, and join in on a Hotel California jam…
The Season 2 Best of Rock and Roll Road Trip with Sammy Hagar brings you never before seen performances featuring Sammy and various Season 2 guests.
Sammy travels to Maui to visit with Fleetwood Mac founder Mick Fleetwood. The Maui neighbors catch up on music and art and jump on stage at Fleetwoods on Front Street to perform a Fleetwood Mac classic!
Blues & Wine
Sammy drops by the unique concert hall, Mountain Winery, in Saratoga, California to sit down with ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons to talk rock and roll, followed by an intimate blues performance.
Sammy drops in with Cheap Trick’s guitar God Rick Nielsen in Chicago to talk rock history. He then heads to Denver, Colorado to play the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre with his band The Circle (Michael Anthony, Jason Bonham & Vic Johnson).
Born In A Small Town
This week, Sammy travels to Bloomington, Indiana to hang with John Mellencamp at his art studio. They discuss John’s career, Farm Aid, and his passion for painting.
Big Dog Daddy
Join Sammy as he flies to Norman, Oklahoma to hang out with Toby Keith. They visit Toby’s restaurant and then do an interview and an acoustic performance at Toby’s 160-acre ranch.
Acoustic For A Cure
Sammy heads to San Francisco to perform his annual Acoustic-4-A-Cure Concert. He sits down with John Mayer and Joe Satriani and later they all hit the stage with James Hetfield, Melissa Etheridge, Pat Monahan, Tommy Lee, and Kris Kristofferson.
Best Of Sammy
This hour long 'Best Of' episode features performances, interviews and behind the scenes footage. Sammy's guest appearances include iconic musicians like The Grateful Dead, Alice Cooper, Nancy Wilson, Jerry Cantrell, Tommy Lee, and more.
Cabo Birthday Bash
Sammy flies down to Cabo for his annual “Birthday Bash” to perform for his fans the “Redheads”. It’s an exclusive, behind the scenes look at a celebration now in its 20th year! You haven’t seen a party at the Cabo Wabo until Sammy takes you there!!
LA Grammy Museum
The ‘Red Rocker’ Sammy Hagar travels around America to visit fellow rock legends for jam sessions and tons of laughs. Sammy explores the Grammy Museum at L.A. Live before being joined in the Clive Davis Theater by Nancy Wilson from Heart and Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains. They exchange personal stories, followed by an intimate performance.
Sammy teams up with his band The Circle to headline at Florida’s largest waterfront music festival, SunFest, before heading to North Carolina to play at the Carolina Rebellion Music Festival.
Things heat up this week when Sammy takes a trip to Phoenix to meet up with ‘the Godfather of Shock Rock’, Alice Cooper. Sammy checks out the Museum of Musical Instruments before interviewing Alice and playing a hit classic at Alice’s bar, Cooperstown.
San Fran & The Dead
Join Sammy as he heads west to Mill Valley to catch up with Grateful Dead members Bob Weir and Mickey Hart. Prepare to become a Deadhead as Sammy rocks out in Mickey’s studio and at the Sweetwater Music Hall.
This week, Sammy heads to Sunset Blvd to reminisce at the Whisky A-Go-Go before visiting with former Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee at his house. After cooking together and exchanging stories, the guys rock out in Tommy’s studio.
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