A Little Bit of Country, A Little Bit of Classic Rock, and a Lot of Heavy Metal
We’re bringing you three new premieres for one rockin’ Sunday Night!
From reminiscing on the early days of Dire Straits with Mark Knopfler and Brian Johnson, to counting down the top ten Country Outlaws on The Top Ten Revealed, this Sunday will definitely ROCK! Join us for premieres of Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road and The Top Ten Revealed PLUS the premiere of the 1983 US Festival’s Heavy Metal Day! Check out the full lineup and a sneak peek of each show below!
We’re ranking the bad boys of country music this Sunday!
They can sing, they can write and they sure can run from the law! A classic country outlaw could make some of the biggest rock stars on the planet look like a bunch of amateurs. From the Man in Black to the masters of the fiddle and everything in between, find out which COUNTRY OUTLAWS make our list as rock experts like Don Felder, Randy Jackson, Rick Derringer, Bruce Kulich and more count us down! It all starts this Sunday at 8:30/7:30c!
How spying on someone turned into a huge hit for Dire Straits
This week on A Life on the Road, Dire Straits lead singer, songwriter and guitarist Mark Knopfler takes Brian on a trip around their beloved Northumberland. They’ll chat about their early days touring and Knopfler reveals insights into his journey in music and subsequent superstardom with Dire Straits. In this sneak peek, the two discuss how he was inspired to write “Money for Nothing” after spying on a delivery man in an appliance store. Who knew that the song and its signature riff would become a rock & roll anthem and a staple on MTV? Learn more about the song, Knopfler’s life, and his time with the Dire Straits with Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road this Sunday, November 17th at 9/8c.
Get your horns up as we continue the 1983 US Festival celebration with Judas Priest, Scorpions, and more!
Despite losing $12 million during its inaugural year, The US Festival returned in 1983 for three more days of music featuring a legendary lineup. Each day of the festival catered to its own genre from dancing along to The English Beat, Men At Work, INXS, to rocking out with Joe Walsh, Stevie Nicks, and Bowie, to concluding the festival with horns up and Ozzy Osbourne, Van Halen, and Quiet Riot. Tune in this Sunday as we begin our look into the festival with New Wave Day. Blending rare concert footage with insightful interviews with both organizers and performers, this episode features performances from TJudas Priest, Triumph, Scorpions, and more. Check out the special sneak peek above of Judas Priest performing “You’ve Got Another Think Coming” from the festival. Set your DVR for more of the 1983 US Festival Sunday, November 17th at 10/9c.