We're ranking your favorite disaster movies of the 70s. From dramatic to groundbreaking, these movies captivated audiences. Find out which disaster movies made our list as Morgan Fairchild, Michael Winslow, Anson Williams, Perez Hilton and more give us their opinions!
In this episode of TrunkFest, Eddie heads to New York for Mountain Jam and checks out the historic grounds of Woodstock, widely considered the home of festivals as we know them. Special guests include George Clinton.
Rock & Roll Road Trip With Sammy Hagar: Mardi Gras
The "Red Rocker," Sammy Hagar, heads to one of the biggest parties of the year, Mardi Gras. Join Sammy Hagar as he takes to the streets of New Orleans, checks out the world-famous floats, performs with Trombone Shorty, and hangs out with celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse.
An entertaining documentary that follows the famed ZZ Top guitarist and his ace solo band The BFG's through their historic visit to Cuba in December 2015 during the 30th annual Havana Jazz Festival when they performed two sold-out shows. On what turns out to be a whirlwind trip to Cuba, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-inducted guitarist discovers that the country is about much more than cars, cigars, and communism.
Lynyrd Skynyrd rose to prominence in 1973 full of regional pride and stressing cocky, boisterous hard rock. Their signature song, "Freebird," complete with its fiery five-minute, three-guitar solo, is easily the most requested live song in existence. When the band broke up in 1977, after Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines and Cassie Gaines died in a plane crash, rock suffered a tremendous loss.
Fronted by Eric Clapton, Cream was the prototypical power trio, playing a mix of blues, rock and psychedelia while focusing on chunky riffs and fiery guitar solos. In a mere three years, the band sold 15 million records, played to SRO crowds throughout the U.S. and Europe, and redefined the instrumentalist's role in rock.
A musical biography telling the incredible story of the making of the Deep Purple album Machine Head. In exclusive interviews with Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice we take a track by track look at the making of the album.
Live albums can define a band. Today we are ranking live albums that got the crowds rockin'! Find out which ones make our list as rock experts Rikki Rockett, Dee Snider, and Steven Adler count us down!
With hits like "That'll be the Day," "Everyday," and "Peggy Sue,” Buddy Holly was a central figure of late 1950s rock and roll. In early 1959, he assembled a new band and embarked on a tour of the midwestern U.S. that ended in tragedy.
The Jeddah World Fest international music festival was the first of its kind in Saudi Arabia, a triumph for Saudi's new generation, uniting an audience of 40,000 music-loving men and women (on July 18, 2019) like never before. Selling out in just 4 hours, the incredible seven-hour event featured stunning performances from global talent including Janet Jackson, Liam Payne, Chris Brown, 50 Cent, Tyga, Future, Steve Aoki and R3WIRE & Varski. Bursting with truly memorable live performances and capturing the unique atmosphere amongst the young crowd, CC-Lab exclusively covered the event with a dedicated crew producing an incredible 60-minute highlights show featuring multiple tracks from everyone on the star-studded line up.
The Fray packs a punch with an emotion-filled performance featuring songs from How to Save A Life and The Fray. Singer Isaac Slade leads an expressive set, always connecting with the audience, as he belts out hits including "Never Say Never," "How To Save A Life," "You Found Me" and "Cable Car".
With a career of over two decades and album sales over 11 million, Foo Fighters are giants in the world of contemporary rock. Featuring archive material, music videos "Best Of You" and "Monkey Wrench" including exclusive insights from media critics.
Don't miss legendary comedian Bobcat Goldthwait in an outrageous hour of LIVE and UNCENSORED standup from New York's Gotham Comedy Club. Also appearing: Buddy Fitzpatrick, Jade Catta-Preta, Monroe Martin and Andrew Kennedy from New York's Gotham Comedy Club.