Sunday Night Rocks | January 27th

AXS TV is the place to be on Sunday!

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 a brand-new concert below and make sure to set your DVR for the full night of festivities this Sunday at 8/7c!  

The crooners on The Top Ten Revealed will make you swoon!

This week on The Top Ten Revealed we’re ranking our favorite Crooners! Pizzaz, swank, style, and standards; that’s what you’ll hear as we rank our favorite men behind the old-fashioned mic. Find out which memorable crooners make our list as rock experts like Dee Snider (Twisted Sister), Robert Mason (Warrant), Sebastian Bach, Eddie Money, and Kenny Aronoff count us down! Set your DVR for this brand-new episode starting at 8:30/7:30c.

 

Holler if you're ready for some Rascal Flatts!

This Sunday, we’re headed to the most iconic music venue in the world to hang out with one of country music’s biggest bands, Rascal Flatts! Since their formation, Rascal Flatts has released ten albums, earned 17 number one hits, and have sold over 23 million records and 10 million tickets to their tours worldwide. Over 9,500 of those tickets sold were to their sold-out show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. It was the first time the most awarded country band of all time was honored with a chance to perform at the legendary venue. In the words of the band themselves, “You could say there was a bit of magic in the air.” Don’t miss the full concert this Sunday at 9/8c!

 

Remember the life and career the legendary Buddy Holly!

Buddy Holly was a central figure of late 1950s rock & roll. With hits, “That’ll Be the Day,” “Everyday,” and “Peggy Sue.” Holly made his second appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in January 1958 and soon after toured Australia and the UK. In early 1959, he assembled a new band and embarked on a tour of the midwestern United States. After a show in Clear Lake, Iowa, he chartered an airplane to travel to his next show in Moorhead, Minnesota. Soon after take-off, the plane crashed, killing him, Ritchie Valens & The Big Bopper, in a tragedy later referred to by Don McLean as “The Day the Music Died." Join us in celebrating his life and legacy this Sunday on The Day The Rock Star Died at 8/7c.  

Check out this Sunday's full lineup below:

8/7c The Day the Rock Star Died: Buddy Holly
8:30/7:30c The Top Ten Revealed: Crooners
9/8c AXS TV Concerts: Rascal Flatts

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