From exclusive chats and jam sessions with Paul Shaffer and Martin Short to reminiscing on the early days with Dolly Parton and Brian Johnson, this Sunday will definitely ROCK! Join us for premieres of Paul Shaffer Plus One and Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road, PLUS a new episode of The Top Ten Revealed, and the premiere of the 1983 US Festival's New Wave Day! Check out the full lineup and a sneak peek of each show below!
Get ready to laugh when Paul is joined by comedian, actor, voice artist, singer, and writer, Martin Short, for this week's episode. We're closing out an incredible season with some hysterical banter, clever wit, and electric chemistry between the two long-time friends. In this sneak peek, Paul asks Martin where the inspiration came from for one of his most iconic characters, Ed Grimley. The answer? Simple the desperate need to get a laugh. Check out the full episode of Paul Shaffer Plus One this Sunday at 8/7c on AXS TV!
Last year we made a Top Ten list of the best one hit wonders, but we decided that just wasn't quite enough. This Sunday, we're expanding on our previous top ten songs to include even more one hit wonders that we just couldn't get out of our heads. From disco jams that kept us dancing to classic rock anthems we love to sing aloud any chance we get, these are the songs you know by the bands you might not remember. Find out which ONE HIT WONDERS make our list as rock experts like Lita Ford, Robert Mason, Rikki Rockett and more count us down! It all starts this Sunday at 8:30/7:30c!
This week on A Life on the Road, Brian Johnson is taking a break from hanging out with hectic rock stars who trashed hotel rooms and blew up their equipment for a chat with a member of country music royalty: Dolly Parton. The two will meet down in Nashville, Tennessee and Parton's home base to talk about Dolly's own experience on the road and how she wrote some of her biggest hits. In this sneak peek, she reveals that she wrote "I Will Always Love You" when she couldn't get through to Porter Wagoner by just talking. Then, she went on to write another hit "Jolene" in the same evening. In her own words, "That was a good night!". Learn more about her life and music with Brian Johnson's A Life on the Road this Sunday, November 10th at 9/8c.
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 The English Beat, Stray Cats, Men at Work, The Clash, and more. Check out the special sneak peek above of The Clash performing "Should I Stay Or Should I Go" from the festival and what would be their last appearance with Mick Jones. Set your DVR for more of the 1983 US Festival Sunday, November 10th, 17th, and 24th at 10/9c.
|8/7c||Paul Shaffer Plus One: Martin Short|
|8:30/7:30c||The Top Ten Revealed: MORE One Hit Wonders|
|9/8c||Brian Johnson's A Life on the Road: Dolly Parton|
|10/9c||US Festival - Day 1: New Wave Day|
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