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Monday's Highlights

  • Mon, Jan 20th 8:00 PM ET
    Rock & Roll Road Trip With Sammy Hagar: Rick & Roll Road Trip
    Sammy meets up with Rick Springfield and takes a drive along the coast. The two legends hit Rick's studio to play the song they both made famous, "I've Done Everything For You."
  • Mon, Jan 20th 8:30 PM ET
    Paul Shaffer Plus One: Sammy Hagar
    Sammy Hagar joins Paul Shaffer to reflect on his musical influences, the resurgence in rock music, and his experiences in Montrose.
  • Mon, Jan 20th 9:00 PM ET
    Brian Johnson's A Life on the Road: Roger Daltrey
    Brian Johnson meets with The Who's Roger Daltrey to share stories about what life is really like on the road.

Monday's Full Programming Schedule

  • Mon, Jan 20th 8:00 AM ET

    Rock Legends: Black Sabbath
    A behind the scenes look at heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath, who created a sound so unique that it will live on forever.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 8:30 AM ET

    Rock & Roll Road Trip With Sammy Hagar: Marooned in LA
    For the season finale, Sammy heads to Los Angeles to meet up with Maroon 5 frontman, Adam Levine. They hit the road in Adam's Ferrari and Richie Sambora stops by Conway Recording Studios for an unforgettable performance with Adam and Sammy.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 9:00 AM ET

    The Big Interview: Aaron Neville & Trombone Shorty
    Dan Rather sits down with two big names in New Orleans music. First, the legendary Aaron Neville talks about growing up in the Big Easy and rising star Trombone Shorty tells Dan about carrying on the music traditions of New Orleans.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 10:00 AM ET

    Mr. Dynamite - The Rise of James Brown
    Pioneering the journey from rhythm and blues to funk, James Brown forever changed the face of American music. Mr. Dynamite follows the journey of Brown as he escaped his impoverished Southern roots to become the biggest name in soul music, and one of the most important music talents of the 20th Century.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 12:45 PM ET

    Rock Legends: Marvin Gaye
    Born in 1939, in Washington, D.C., Marvin Gaye sang in his father's church and in the Moonglows before signing with Motown. He recorded songs by Smokey Robinson before becoming his own producer on the protest album What's Going On. Gaye was killed in 1984 during a domestic dispute with his father.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 1:15 PM ET

    Rock Legends: Otis Redding
    Known as the voice of soul music, Otis Redding died in a plane crash at 26 years old. His song "(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay" hit No. 1 in 1968. Leading music critics cast fresh light on the career of Otis Redding.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 1:45 PM ET

    AXS TV Insider
    Featuring highlights and interviews with the biggest names in music.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 2:00 PM ET

    Classic Albums: Elton John: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
    Made in 1973, during a prolific period of songwriting for Elton and Bernie Taupin, the sessions for this album provided so fruitful that Elton was able to release his first double album. Featuring exclusive interviews with Elton John, Bernie Taupin, fellow peers such as Tim Rice, and the musicians and producers who helped to achieve this landmark album, along with wonderful archive footage of some Elton's great performances.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 3:00 PM ET

    The Big Interview: Darius Rucker & Dionne Warwick
    Country music star Darius Rucker and singing legend Dionne Warwick sit down with Dan Rather.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 4:00 PM ET

    The Top Ten Revealed: Epic Songs of '78
    Find out which Epic Songs of '78 make our list as rock experts like Steven Adler (Guns 'N Roses), Eddie Trunk, Clem Burke (Blondie) and Eddie Money, along with his daughter Jesse Money, count us down!

  • Mon, Jan 20th 4:30 PM ET

    The Day The Rock Star Died: Amy Winehouse
    Amy Winehouse was an English singer and songwriter whose stunning voice easily followed in the footsteps of Janis Joplin and Billie Holiday. Her debut album, Frank, was a critical success in the UK and was nominated for the Mercury Prize. Her follow-up album, Back to Black, led to five 50th Annual Grammy Awards, and a record of most Grammys won by a female artist in one night. Her album Back to Black posthumously became one the UK's best-selling albums of the 21st century.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 5:00 PM ET

    The Ronnie Wood Show: Paul McCartney
    Ronnie is joined by someone the Guinness World Records describe as "the most successful composer and recording artist of all time" - Paul McCartney. He has sold more than 100 million albums and 100 million singles. McCartney has a wealth of star-studded anecdotes from 50 years at the pinnacle of the music business. While reminiscing with Wood, he plays the stand-out songs from his life, as well as those that influenced his phenomenal career.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 6:00 PM ET

    Van Morrison - Live at the San Francisco Jazz Center
    Debuting a new collaboration, Van Morrison performs alongside an ensemble led by jazz organ maestro Joey DeFrancesco for this exclusive performance of jazz and blues standards plus songs from the Van Morrison songbook.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 8:00 PM ET

    Rock & Roll Road Trip With Sammy Hagar: Rick & Roll Road Trip
    Sammy meets up with Rick Springfield and takes a drive along the coast. The two legends hit Rick's studio to play the song they both made famous, "I've Done Everything For You."

  • Mon, Jan 20th 8:30 PM ET

    Paul Shaffer Plus One: Sammy Hagar
    Sammy Hagar joins Paul Shaffer to reflect on his musical influences, the resurgence in rock music, and his experiences in Montrose.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 9:00 PM ET

    Brian Johnson's A Life on the Road: Roger Daltrey
    Brian Johnson meets with The Who's Roger Daltrey to share stories about what life is really like on the road.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 10:00 PM ET

    Rock & Roll Road Trip With Sammy Hagar: Rick & Roll Road Trip
    Sammy meets up with Rick Springfield and takes a drive along the coast. The two legends hit Rick's studio to play the song they both made famous, "I've Done Everything For You."

  • Mon, Jan 20th 10:30 PM ET

    Paul Shaffer Plus One: Sammy Hagar
    Sammy Hagar joins Paul Shaffer to reflect on his musical influences, the resurgence in rock music, and his experiences in Montrose.

  • Mon, Jan 20th 11:00 PM ET

    Brian Johnson's A Life on the Road: Roger Daltrey
    Brian Johnson meets with The Who's Roger Daltrey to share stories about what life is really like on the road.

  • Tue, Jan 21st 12:00 AM ET

    Van Morrison - Live at the San Francisco Jazz Center
    Debuting a new collaboration, Van Morrison performs alongside an ensemble led by jazz organ maestro Joey DeFrancesco for this exclusive performance of jazz and blues standards plus songs from the Van Morrison songbook.

  • Tue, Jan 21st 2:00 AM ET

    Rock Legends: Marvin Gaye
    Born in 1939, in Washington, D.C., Marvin Gaye sang in his father's church and in the Moonglows before signing with Motown. He recorded songs by Smokey Robinson before becoming his own producer on the protest album What's Going On. Gaye was killed in 1984 during a domestic dispute with his father.

  • Tue, Jan 21st 2:30 AM ET

    Rock Legends: Otis Redding
    Known as the voice of soul music, Otis Redding died in a plane crash at 26 years old. His song "(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay" hit No. 1 in 1968. Leading music critics cast fresh light on the career of Otis Redding.

  • Tue, Jan 21st 3:00 AM ET

    Get Out!: Isla Morada
    Catch up with the Get Out! girls in the Florida Keys as they head out to sea to hunt barracuda, swim with Dolphins and sail into the sunset after a day of snorkeling.

  • Tue, Jan 21st 3:30 AM ET

    Art Mann Presents...: Country Music Parking Lot Party
    You don't need concert tickets for this party.

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