Randy Travis' Return to the Stage | The Big Interview
PREMIERE WEDNESDAY 8/7c | After suffering a stroke, many were unsure that Randy Travis would ever sing again. Three years later, he proved them wrong at an uplifting tribute to traditional country icon. Randy & Mary talk about what it took to get Randy Travis to return to the live music stage and that emotional performance on The Big Interview with Dan Rather.
Before she receives a very special award at this Friday's She Rocks Awards, Nancy Wilson invites us into her home for At Home and Social! The legendary guitarist will talk about some of her favorite fellow women in rock and roll, her upcoming album and tribute to her beloved friend Eddie Van Halen, and will play a game of Rock & Tell!
Inauguration Day 2021 was filled with live music performances from Garth Brooks, Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and Justin Timberlake. Rolling Stone channel their inner Willy Wonka with new candy bars, Slayyyter releases her new music video, Drake breaks a streaming record, Sammy Hagar and the Circle talk about their newest album, and we take a look at the She Rocks Awards Get all your #MusicNews with Music High 5!
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.
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.
The Go-Go's Accept The Icon Award | She Rocks Awards
The Go-Go's made history to be the first & only all female band to write their own music & play their own instruments to top the Billboard Charts. Belinda Carlisle, Jane Wiedlin, Charlotte Caffey, Gina Schock, and Kathy Valentine are true punk rockers who broke barriers for women in music, thus making them more than worthy of the 2021 She Rocks Icon Award.