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 below and make sure to set your DVR for the full night of festivities this Sunday at 8/7c!
Because nothing mends a broken heart like good music!
Sunday on the new episode of The Top Ten Revealed we’re ranking the jams that mended countless broken hearts in the ’70s. Breaking up is hard to do, but it’s a whole lot easier with great music! Let’s remember those heartbreaks from the ’70s as rock experts like Kevin Cronin (REO Speedwagon), Don Dokken, John 5, and Mickey Thomas (Starship) rank the tunes that got us through the pain! Set your DVR for this all-new episode starting at 8:30/7:30c.
All We Wanna Do is spend this Sunday with Sheryl Crow!
Since exploding onto the global stage in 1993 with the multi-platinum Tuesday Night Music Club album, the one-time music teacher and studio vocalist from Kennett, Missouri forged a career to become the finest female singer/songwriter of her generation. Sheryl Crow has earned 32 Grammy® nominations, has sold over 50 million albums worldwide, and has sold out concerts all across the globe. One of them being on November 10, 2017, at the historic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York. On this date, Sheryl Crow played the final night of her “Be Myself” tour and luckily, a camera crew was there to capture the evening. The show features Sheryl with her all-new band in top form, performing new songs from her 8th studio album and featuring her classic hits including “All I Wanna Do”, “First Cut Is The Deepest”, “Soak Up The Sun”, “If It Makes You Happy”, and many more hits. Don’t miss this AXS TV concert premiere this Sunday at 9/8c.
Peek into the life of the KING this Sunday.
There is no denying that Elvis Presley is a true music icon and has definitely earned the title of “the King of Rock and Roll.” With an enormous body of hit singles, commercial success in many genres, including pop, country, blues, and gospel music, he is the best-selling solo artist in the history of recorded music. Prescription drug abuse severely compromised his health and he died suddenly in 1977 at his Graceland estate at just 42 years of age. However, Presley’s legacy lives on as one of the most celebrated and influential musicians of the 20th century. Learn more about his whirlwind life on The Day The Rock Star Died at 8/7c.