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Sunday's Highlights

  • LIVE! Sun, Jan 26th 12:00 PM ET
    All AXS Fantasy Football
    Expert fantasy sports insights, live from the Las Vegas strip, every Sunday morning. Join the team for the latest lineup tips, player perspectives, and breaking news just before kickoff.
  • Sun, Jan 26th 8:00 PM ET
    The Top Ten Revealed: Guitar Gods We've Lost
    We're ranking the best guitar gods we've lost. These are the players that created, defined and invented guitar sounds and styles like nobody else. Find out which guitar gods make our list as rock experts like John 5 (Rob Zombie), Marty Friedman (Megadeth), and Kevin Cronin (REO Speedwagon) count us down!
  • Sun, Jan 26th 8:30 PM ET
    Rock Legends: Progressive Rock
    By the dawn of the seventies, progressive rock freed bands of the limitations of four-minute songs, allowing musicians to evolve a single track over a whole side of vinyl, draw on classical sources and create music in more complex, time signatures. Moog Synthesizers were portable and affordable, allowing bands to create orchestral effects. Such devices added a spectrum of new sounds and possibilities for musicians. This new world brought artists such as Rush, Yes & Atomic Rooster into the mainstream.
  • Sun, Jan 26th 9:00 PM ET
    Yes: Live at the Apollo
    In 2016, Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman brought together their incredible talents and long experience of working in Yes to take to the road for a series of concerts celebrating Yes' musical legacy of the seventies, eighties and nineties, including this performance captured at the Manchester Apollo. The band are in superb form in front of a sell-out crowd who are clearly loving every minute of the show, which includes classic tracks such as "Roundabout," "Owner Of A Lonely Heart," "And You And I," "Hold On," "Heart Of The Sunrise," "Rhythm Of Love," "I've Seen All Good People," and many more.

Sunday's Full Programming Schedule

  • Sun, Jan 26th 8:00 AM ET

    Rock Legends: Sting
    After the huge success he had with The Police, Sting decided to go solo and released his first album in 1985 and has continued to release chart topping hits. Rock Legends features archival music videos and exclusive insights on one of the world's most popular musicians.

  • Sun, Jan 26th 8:30 AM ET

    50PlusPrime
    More than 50 years after winning the Indianapolis 500, Mario Andretti is still a king of speed. Andretti meets with Tony to reflect on his worldwide racing championships, and heads to the track where he's forever a champion.

  • Sun, Jan 26th 9:00 AM ET

    The Big Interview: Kenny Rogers
    He's now a member of the Country Music Hall Of Fame. And that's where Kenny Rogers opened up to Dan Rather about his illustrious career.

  • Sun, Jan 26th 10:00 AM ET

    Toby Keith: 35 MPH Town
    In this electrifying performance taped in front of a live audience of some of his biggest fans, Keith performs a variety of popular hits spanning his storied career, as well as selections from his latest soon-to-be released album, 35 MPH Town.

  • Sun, Jan 26th 11:35 AM ET

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

  • LIVE! Sun, Jan 26th 12:00 PM ET

    All AXS Fantasy Football
    Expert fantasy sports insights, live from the Las Vegas strip, every Sunday morning. Join the team for the latest lineup tips, player perspectives, and breaking news just before kickoff.

  • Sun, Jan 26th 1:00 PM ET

    Metallica: Fran├žais Pour Une Nuit
    The 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse - that is, James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo - ride into Nimes and make their entrance into the Coliseum, through the gladiator's tunnel, before performing an explosive set.

  • Sun, Jan 26th 3:45 PM ET

    Classic Rock Live
    Jim Peterik has been behind some of the greatest hits of the rock era as a producer, writer, singer and session player. This concert chronicles the six degrees of separation involving Jim Peterik and bands such as The Ides Of March (Vehicle), Starship ("We Built This City"), 38 Special ("Hold On Loosely"), and Ray Parker Jr. ("Ghostbusters"), as well as songs like "Eye Of The Tiger". Guests include the lead singers who made these songs famous: Mickey Thomas, Jim Jameson, Dave Bickler, Martha Davis, Don Barnes, Donny Van Zandt, and more.

  • Sun, Jan 26th 4:55 PM ET

    John Mayer With Special Guest Buddy Guy
    John Mayer's soulful lyrics, convincing vocals, and guitar virtuosity have gained him worldwide fans and Grammy Awards. John serenades the audience with hits like "Neon", "Daughters" and "Your Body is a Wonderland". Buddy Guy joins him in this special performance for the classic "Feels Like Rain".

  • Sun, Jan 26th 7:00 PM ET

    Classic Albums: Rush: 2112 and Moving Pictures
    This is the story of Rush and their classic albums 2112 and Moving Pictures. Featuring exclusive interviews with Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart and their closest colleagues and collaborators; Taylor Hawkins, Rolling Stone Magazine's David Fricke, Jim Ladd, George Stroumboulopoulous, and Ed Robertson.

  • Sun, Jan 26th 8:00 PM ET

    The Top Ten Revealed: Guitar Gods We've Lost
    We're ranking the best guitar gods we've lost. These are the players that created, defined and invented guitar sounds and styles like nobody else. Find out which guitar gods make our list as rock experts like John 5 (Rob Zombie), Marty Friedman (Megadeth), and Kevin Cronin (REO Speedwagon) count us down!

  • Sun, Jan 26th 8:30 PM ET

    Rock Legends: Progressive Rock
    By the dawn of the seventies, progressive rock freed bands of the limitations of four-minute songs, allowing musicians to evolve a single track over a whole side of vinyl, draw on classical sources and create music in more complex, time signatures. Moog Synthesizers were portable and affordable, allowing bands to create orchestral effects. Such devices added a spectrum of new sounds and possibilities for musicians. This new world brought artists such as Rush, Yes & Atomic Rooster into the mainstream.

  • Sun, Jan 26th 9:00 PM ET

    Yes: Live at the Apollo
    In 2016, Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman brought together their incredible talents and long experience of working in Yes to take to the road for a series of concerts celebrating Yes' musical legacy of the seventies, eighties and nineties, including this performance captured at the Manchester Apollo. The band are in superb form in front of a sell-out crowd who are clearly loving every minute of the show, which includes classic tracks such as "Roundabout," "Owner Of A Lonely Heart," "And You And I," "Hold On," "Heart Of The Sunrise," "Rhythm Of Love," "I've Seen All Good People," and many more.

  • Sun, Jan 26th 11:20 PM ET

    The Top Ten Revealed: Guitar Gods We've Lost
    We're ranking the best guitar gods we've lost. These are the players that created, defined and invented guitar sounds and styles like nobody else. Find out which guitar gods make our list as rock experts like John 5 (Rob Zombie), Marty Friedman (Megadeth), and Kevin Cronin (REO Speedwagon) count us down!

  • Sun, Jan 26th 11:50 PM ET

    Rock Legends: Progressive Rock
    By the dawn of the seventies, progressive rock freed bands of the limitations of four-minute songs, allowing musicians to evolve a single track over a whole side of vinyl, draw on classical sources and create music in more complex, time signatures. Moog Synthesizers were portable and affordable, allowing bands to create orchestral effects. Such devices added a spectrum of new sounds and possibilities for musicians. This new world brought artists such as Rush, Yes & Atomic Rooster into the mainstream.

  • Mon, Jan 27th 12:20 AM ET

    Yes: Live at the Apollo
    In 2016, Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman brought together their incredible talents and long experience of working in Yes to take to the road for a series of concerts celebrating Yes' musical legacy of the seventies, eighties and nineties, including this performance captured at the Manchester Apollo. The band are in superb form in front of a sell-out crowd who are clearly loving every minute of the show, which includes classic tracks such as "Roundabout," "Owner Of A Lonely Heart," "And You And I," "Hold On," "Heart Of The Sunrise," "Rhythm Of Love," "I've Seen All Good People," and many more.

  • Mon, Jan 27th 2:40 AM ET

    Classic Rock Live
    Jim Peterik has been behind some of the greatest hits of the rock era as a producer, writer, singer and session player. This concert chronicles the six degrees of separation involving Jim Peterik and bands such as The Ides Of March (Vehicle), Starship ("We Built This City"), 38 Special ("Hold On Loosely"), and Ray Parker Jr. ("Ghostbusters"), as well as songs like "Eye Of The Tiger". Guests include the lead singers who made these songs famous: Mickey Thomas, Jim Jameson, Dave Bickler, Martha Davis, Don Barnes, Donny Van Zandt, and more.

  • Mon, Jan 27th 3:50 AM ET

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

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