The She Rocks Awards honors women in music. Watch live Friday at 9:30/8:30c! Inspiring speeches and performances by Lzzy Hale, The Go-Go's, Amy Lee of Evanescence, Heart's Nancy Wilson, Margaret Cho, Cherie Currie, Cindy Blackman Santana and many more!
Why The Sex Pistols Hit It Big | Rolling Stone: Stories from the Edge
PREMIERE WEDNESDAY 9/8c | The Sex Pistols didn't hit it big because they were good, but because they had a message. How did the media respond? Many publications claimed that the punk rock movement was the end of Western Civilization, but Rolling Stone thought differently. We take a look on Rolling Stone: Stories from the Edge.
How Regina King Selects Her Roles | The Big Interview with Dan Rather
PREMIERE WEDNESDAY 8/7c | The Emmy and Oscar winning actress, Regina King selects her roles very carefully. From her roles as heroine Sister Night on Watchmen to a detective on Southland, she aims to play characters that can help make a difference. In fact, she doesn't even think about stepping into an audition if the subject matter of the story doesn't speak to her.
You know them from their hits "Feel It Still" and "Live In The Moment" and today funky alt-rock band, Portugal. The Man (virtually) invites us into their homes to talk about launching their new charity The PTM foundation, and play a game of Rock & Tell with Katie Daryl.
Taylor Swift = The Top Artist of 2020 | Music High 5
Even without any publicity, Taylor Swift's surprise album "Folklore" has been officially named the highest selling album of 2020. The album has raked in 1.5 million sales and 1.1 billion streams. Also in your music news... the rumored photo of the 5G chip in the COVID vaccine is actually a circuit to a guitar pedal, the Grammys® get posted, Dr. Dre is released from the hospital, and artists lend their creative skills to creating custom coolers to raise money for out of work roadies.
Def Leppard's Fire Album | This Week in Music History
On January 20th, 1983, Def Leppard released their third studio album, Pyromania. While recording the album, Def Leppard went into over $1 million in debt, fired their guitarist, suffered through technical issues, and vocalist Joe Elliott was having vocal problems. Fortunately, the album came together and earned the band their second Diamond certification and sold over ten million copies worldwide.