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Today's Highlights

Tonight:

  • Premiere Wed, Jul 18th 8:00 PM ET
    The Ronnie Wood Show: Alice Cooper
    Alice Cooper shares many a memory with Wood. "It was always a party when Ronnie was in town," Cooper remembers. He also reveals Wood and his band's habit of wrecking hotel suites. In the intimacy of the recording studio, Wood and Cooper also discuss the influence of the Detroit rock scene, their initial reactions to Iggy Pop's music and peanut butter-smeared body, and Cooper's famous stage stunts, including one with a sword that secretly went very wrong.
  • Premiere Wed, Jul 18th 8:30 PM ET
    The Ronnie Wood Show: Ian McLagan
    Ronnie Wood looks back at the wild days of rock 'n' roll with his former Faces bandmate Ian McLagan. In the early seventies, the pair toured the world with Rod Stewart, Ronnie Lane and Kenney Jones, becoming renowned for smashing up hotel rooms in every country from Australia, to Japan and the USA. As well as being one of the highest-grossing acts of the time, Faces enjoyed huge success with hits including “Had Me a Real Good Time,” “Stay With Me” and “Cindy Incidentally” before going their separate ways in 1975.
  • Wed, Jul 18th 9:00 PM ET
    The Rocky Mountain Way
    20,000 fans jammed the Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre near Denver, Colorado to pay tribute to Dan Fogelberg, Joe Walsh and Barnstorm, and James William Guercio. Joe Walsh and Barnstorm reunite for a special one-time only performance, and Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Johnnyswim, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and others pay a musical tribute to the late Dan Fogelberg.
  • Wed, Jul 18th 10:30 PM ET
    The Ronnie Wood Show: Alice Cooper
    Alice Cooper shares many a memory with Wood. "It was always a party when Ronnie was in town," Cooper remembers. He also reveals Wood and his band's habit of wrecking hotel suites. In the intimacy of the recording studio, Wood and Cooper also discuss the influence of the Detroit rock scene, their initial reactions to Iggy Pop's music and peanut butter-smeared body, and Cooper's famous stage stunts, including one with a sword that secretly went very wrong.

Today's Full Programming Schedule

  • Wed, Jul 18th 8:00 AM ET

    Nashville: I've Got Reasons To Hate You
    Deacon comes to terms with his illness and Rayna prepares her return.

  • Wed, Jul 18th 9:00 AM ET

    The Big Interview: Phil Collins
    Legendary singer-songwriter Phil Collins sits down with Dan Rather to talk about his anticipated return to the music scene, his record breaking success and a possible future partnership with Adele.

  • Wed, Jul 18th 10:00 AM ET

    Peter Cetera With Special Guest Amy Grant
    Be sure to catch this intimate concert with Chicago's Peter Cetera and special guest Amy Grant, featuring fan favorites like "Baby Baby," "Simple Things," "Glory of Love" and "One Good Woman."

  • Wed, Jul 18th 11:05 AM ET

    Chicago
    Chicago performs "Color My World", "Feeling Stronger Everyday" and "25 or 6 to 4" in this special performance.

  • Wed, Jul 18th 12:05 PM ET

    Kenny Loggins and Friends
    Celebrate the career of Kenny Loggins, who first rose to fame in the early 70's as a member of the critically acclaimed duo of Loggins and Messina, including the long-awaited reunion with Jim Messina. Other guests include David Foster, Thundercat, the Blue Sky Riders, a 12 piece band, string quartet and a 16 person choir. Some of the songs performed include "Footloose," "House on Pooh Corner," and "Danger Zone."

  • Wed, Jul 18th 1:35 PM ET

    This Month on AXS TV
    This Month on AXS TV features programming highlights and premieres on the network.

  • Wed, Jul 18th 1:40 PM ET

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

  • Wed, Jul 18th 2:00 PM ET

    Classic Albums: Carly Simon: No Secrets
    Singer-songwriter Carly Simon and key collaborators reveal the creative process of writing and recording her No Secrets album, including the classic single 'You're So Vain.'

  • Wed, Jul 18th 3:00 PM ET

    The Big Interview: The Doobie Brothers
    Still rockin' down the highway after all these years, The Doobie Brothers take time for a backstage conversation about their incredible run.

  • Wed, Jul 18th 4:00 PM ET

    Rock Legends: Meat Loaf
    Known for the Bat Out of Hell trilogy of albums, Meat Loaf is one of the best-selling musical artists of all time, as well as an accomplished actor. Interviews, archival news footage, and performances reveal this unique, iconic artist.

  • Wed, Jul 18th 4:50 PM ET

    This Month on AXS TV
    This Month on AXS TV features programming highlights and premieres on the network.

  • Wed, Jul 18th 5:00 PM ET

    Chicago
    Chicago performs "Color My World", "Feeling Stronger Everyday" and "25 or 6 to 4" in this special performance.

  • Premiere Wed, Jul 18th 6:00 PM ET

    Tonight at the London Palladium
    Tonight's bill features music from chart toppers Clean Bandit; jaw-dropping illusion from James More; comedy from James Acaster and The Noise Next Door; plus, performances from West End smash hits School of Rock, and Les Misérables.

  • Wed, Jul 18th 7:00 PM ET

    Nothing But Trailers
    Sometimes the best part of the movie is the preview! Watch some of the best trailers, old and new, during this special presentation.

  • Premiere Wed, Jul 18th 8:00 PM ET

    The Ronnie Wood Show: Alice Cooper
    Alice Cooper shares many a memory with Wood. "It was always a party when Ronnie was in town," Cooper remembers. He also reveals Wood and his band's habit of wrecking hotel suites. In the intimacy of the recording studio, Wood and Cooper also discuss the influence of the Detroit rock scene, their initial reactions to Iggy Pop's music and peanut butter-smeared body, and Cooper's famous stage stunts, including one with a sword that secretly went very wrong.

  • Premiere Wed, Jul 18th 8:30 PM ET

    The Ronnie Wood Show: Ian McLagan
    Ronnie Wood looks back at the wild days of rock 'n' roll with his former Faces bandmate Ian McLagan. In the early seventies, the pair toured the world with Rod Stewart, Ronnie Lane and Kenney Jones, becoming renowned for smashing up hotel rooms in every country from Australia, to Japan and the USA. As well as being one of the highest-grossing acts of the time, Faces enjoyed huge success with hits including “Had Me a Real Good Time,” “Stay With Me” and “Cindy Incidentally” before going their separate ways in 1975.

  • Wed, Jul 18th 9:00 PM ET

    The Rocky Mountain Way
    20,000 fans jammed the Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre near Denver, Colorado to pay tribute to Dan Fogelberg, Joe Walsh and Barnstorm, and James William Guercio. Joe Walsh and Barnstorm reunite for a special one-time only performance, and Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Johnnyswim, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and others pay a musical tribute to the late Dan Fogelberg.

  • Wed, Jul 18th 10:30 PM ET

    The Ronnie Wood Show: Alice Cooper
    Alice Cooper shares many a memory with Wood. "It was always a party when Ronnie was in town," Cooper remembers. He also reveals Wood and his band's habit of wrecking hotel suites. In the intimacy of the recording studio, Wood and Cooper also discuss the influence of the Detroit rock scene, their initial reactions to Iggy Pop's music and peanut butter-smeared body, and Cooper's famous stage stunts, including one with a sword that secretly went very wrong.

  • Wed, Jul 18th 11:00 PM ET

    The Ronnie Wood Show: Ian McLagan
    Ronnie Wood looks back at the wild days of rock 'n' roll with his former Faces bandmate Ian McLagan. In the early seventies, the pair toured the world with Rod Stewart, Ronnie Lane and Kenney Jones, becoming renowned for smashing up hotel rooms in every country from Australia, to Japan and the USA. As well as being one of the highest-grossing acts of the time, Faces enjoyed huge success with hits including “Had Me a Real Good Time,” “Stay With Me” and “Cindy Incidentally” before going their separate ways in 1975.

  • Wed, Jul 18th 11:30 PM ET

    The Rocky Mountain Way
    20,000 fans jammed the Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre near Denver, Colorado to pay tribute to Dan Fogelberg, Joe Walsh and Barnstorm, and James William Guercio. Joe Walsh and Barnstorm reunite for a special one-time only performance, and Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Johnnyswim, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and others pay a musical tribute to the late Dan Fogelberg.

  • Thu, Jul 19th 1:00 AM ET

    Live From Red Rocks: Blues Traveler
    In this one-of-a-kind live performance, America's favorite jam band are joined by a handful of artists featured on the record. Hanson, 3OH!3, Rome Ramirez and JC Chasez, all come together with the legendary Blues Traveler for an epic night at Red Rocks.

  • Thu, Jul 19th 2:00 AM ET

    Willie Nelson
    Legendary icon Willie Nelson has continued to be an enduring and compelling presence in music by mixing folk, blues, and country and western and this performance will not disappoint. Catch long-time favorites from his first-ever bluegrass album, as well as others like "Freight Train Boogie", "Whiskey River" and "Dark as a Dungeon".

  • Thu, Jul 19th 3:00 AM ET

    Nashville: I've Got Reasons To Hate You
    Deacon comes to terms with his illness and Rayna prepares her return.

  • Thu, Jul 19th 4:00 AM ET

    Art Mann Presents...: The Blaze & Glory Music Festival
    Weed, reggae, hip hop and good times in California.

  • Thu, Jul 19th 4:30 AM ET

    Get Out!: Hilo, Hawaii
    Lana and Brooke explore the big island while Courtney gets wet and wild on her sandy photo shoot.

  • Thu, Jul 19th 5:00 AM ET

    New Japan Pro Wrestling: Power Struggle 2017 Part 2
    Hiroshi Tanahashi defends the IWGP Intercontinental Championship against Kota Ibushi in the main event of Power Struggle 2017.

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