We’re Gonna R.O.C.K. in the U.S.A. With This Sunday’s Lineup

We’re bringing you three new premieres for one rockin’ Sunday Night!

From reminiscing on the early days of Bad Company and Free with Paul Rodgers and Brian Johnson, to counting down the top ten Songs of America 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 Classic Rock Day! Check out the full lineup and a sneak peek of each show below!


Join us for a celebration of the red, white, and blue!

What’s more American than rock & roll? Rock & roll songs all about America! Join us this weekend as we countdown the songs we love to blast in our pickup trucks, at our 4th of July BBQs, and keep us “Rockin’ in the Free World”. Find out which Songs of America make our list as rock experts like Kenny Aronoff, Lita Ford, Jeff Pilson, and more count us down! It all starts this Sunday at 8:30/7:30c!


How Paul Rodgers started Bad Company with the hopes of following Led Zeppelin

This week on A Life on the Road, Brian Johnson heads back to the states to meet up with Paul Rodgers while on tour with Bad Company. We all know that Paul Rodgers is one of the greatest voices in rock and has several successful bands under his belt. In this sneak peek, Paul Rodgers talks about how when he formed Bad Company he wanted to follow in the footsteps of the biggest band at the time, Led Zeppelin. So, he called up their manager for a meeting. While Rodgers thought he got stood up, the manager was standing outside listening to the band play. Thankfully, he liked what he heard and “signed” them with just a handshake. Learn more about Bad Company and Paul’s various other projects through the years with Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road this Sunday, November 24th at 9/8c.


We hope you saved your energy for day three, it’s time to ROCK!

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 end our look into the festival with Classic Rock Day Day. Blending rare concert footage with insightful interviews with both organizers and performers, this episode features performances from U2, Missing Persons, Triumph, Stevie Nicks and more. Check out the special sneak peek above of U2 performing “Sunday Bloody Sunday” from the festival. Set your DVR for more of the 1983 US Festival Sunday, November 24th at 10/9c.


This week’s lineup:

8/7c Paul Shaffer Plus One: Graham Nash
8:30/7:30c The Top Ten Revealed: Songs of America
9/8c Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road: Paul Rodgers
10/9c US Festival – Day 3: Classic Rock Day

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