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    SuperGroup

    SuperGroup

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    VH1
    Hard rock is in a sorry state these days, and VH1 has decided to address this crucial problem with "SuperGroup," a new reality show focused on saving the power chord. Ted Nugent, Scott Ian, Sebastian Bach, Evan Seinfeld and Jason Bonham have been recruited to conduct the "ultimate musical experiment," in which they will be guided by legendary rock manager Doc McGhee. Will this ragtag group of rockers save the future of music, or will their hard-partying ways and heavy-duty personalities cause this band to collapse before hitting the big time?moreless
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    Celtic Woman

    Celtic Woman

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    PBS
    Celtic Woman, an all-female musical ensemble, was conceived and created by Sharon Browne. The idea behind the group was to fuse Celtic music with and dance with the structure of a popular female music groups like the Spice Girls and Pussycat Dolls. With over 6 million albums sold, Celtic Woman has achieved success rarely found Celtic musicians. The group was taped for PBS on September 15, 2004 in Dublin, Ireland. After this first-ever American performance for Celtic Woman, their album reached #1 on Billboard's world music chart. The special, which is credited for immensely growing the group's popularity, was taped in front of a sold-out audience. After the success of the first taping, Celtic Woman taped a second special for PBS filmed in County Meath, Ireland following the release of their Celtic Woman: A New Journey album. Having undergone various transformations as a group, Celtic Woman currently exists as Chloe Agnew, Lisa Kelly, Lisa Lambe, and Mairead Nesbitt.moreless
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    Henry Rollins Uncut: Specials

    Henry Rollins Uncut: Specials

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    IFC
    Henry Rollins, the articulate and opinionated former lead singer of "Black Flag", front man of the "Rollins Band", actor, author and spoken word artist takes his unique stage show on the road.moreless
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    One Shining Moment

    One Shining Moment

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    CBS
    David Barrett has been writing songs about sport as well as life for 20 years or so. The work has found its way from the lofty heights of the Olympics to the more tranquil valleys of PBS specials...from motion pictures all the way to that yearly anthem that all basketball lovers know by heart..."One Shining Moment".moreless
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    The Cut (MTV)

    The Cut (MTV)

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    MTV - Music Television (ended 1999)
    This short-lived MTV series pitted wannabe music stars against each other in an American Idol-style contest to win a record deal and MTV produced music video. Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes of the group TLC was the show's host.moreless
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    MTV2's Dew Circuit Breakout

    MTV2's Dew Circuit Breakout

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    MTV - Music Television
    MTV2's Dew Circuit Breakout is a reality competition series that follows twelve up-and-coming bands, selected from a field of thousands of applicants, who try to rock their way to the finish through a series of performances that viewers can vote on to determine which bands get to stay on the show, and which bands are going home early. Prior to each season, MTV invites unknown bands everywhere to apply for their shot at the big time. After MTV's experienced panel of music industry experts narrows the field down to the perfect dozen, these bands get the chance to prove their skills on national television. Over the course of the season, audiences will vote on which bands have what it takes and which bands weren't meant to be, leading to the final live finale where the number one group will take home the prize. This competition is the chance of a lifetime for these musicians, as the winner will receive more airtime on other MTV shows, a track on the latest Rock Band game, and plenty more perks that will launch them out of obscurity and into the national spotlight.moreless
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    John Safran's Music Jamboree

    John Safran's Music Jamboree

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    SBS One (ended 2002)
    John Safran's Music Jamboree is a paradoy/satire on the music industry similar to the format used in his failed ABC pliots.
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    Funk Flex Full Throttle

    Funk Flex Full Throttle

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    MTV 2
    DJ Flex, a world famous radio and TV personality shows off his car customization shop. Multiple entertainers stop by the shop and hang out with Flex including Juelz Santana, Fabolous, Mike Epps and Ludacris.moreless
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    CMA Red Carpet Special

    CMA Red Carpet Special

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    CMT - Country Music Television
    See the CMA Awards performers, winners, hosts, the stars on the red carpet and more.
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    The Roger Miller Show

    The Roger Miller Show

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    NBC (ended 1967)
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    The Voice Australia

    The Voice Australia

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    Channel Nine
    The Voice Australia is a reality show where singers are chosen to teams based on talent alone.
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    MTV Clips

    MTV Clips

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    MTV - Music Television
    Clips of various shows, artists and news on MTV.
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    That Metal Show

    That Metal Show

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    VH1 Classic
    That Metal Show is a classic VH1 series in it's 6th season where viewers are gives the opportunity to get to know their favorite metal artists.
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    Toast of the Town

    Toast of the Town

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    CBS (ended 1955)
    Welcome to the Toast of the Town guide at tv.com.
    The Toast of the Town guide covers the first 7 seasons of Ed Sullivan's long-running variety series. (Seasons 8 through 23 are on the The Ed Sullivan Show guide.)
    In 1948, the fledgling CBS television network was planning a weekly variety series. Newpaper columnist Ed Sullivan was chosen as host. The series premiered on June 20, 1948. From the very first broadcast, Mr. Sullivan was criticized for his lack of charisma. He looked stiff, awkward and uncomfortable. But Sullivan had an understanding of show business and his show gradually gained a following. On September 18, 1955, the series was given its new title The Ed Sullivan Show
    Thanks to everyone who's helped on this guide, including:
    --Jim Brent (of Burbank, CA), who provided most of the guest lists from 1952 through 1960.moreless
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    The Wanted Life

    The Wanted Life

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    E!
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    Great Performances

    Great Performances

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    PBS
    Great Performances is the longest running performing arts anthology on television. It is part of of the PBS tradition of bringing the arts to viewers free of charge. The show began as Theater in America in 1972. The next year, several arts productions, including Dance in America, were brought together under the Great Performances umbrella. Great Performances at the Met would join the family in 1977. Over the years the productions have moved more toward music than plays. Check your local listings for air times.moreless
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    Canadian Idol

    Canadian Idol

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    CTV
    As of December 17, 2008, this show is on a "rest" period for the 2009 season. There are no expectations that this show will be back. This will be removed if this is proved wrong. CTV's summer hit is on hiatus after a great sixth season! Canada has crowned Ryan Malcolm, Kalan Porter, Melissa O'Neil, Eva Avila, Brian Melo and Theo Tams as Canadian Idols. But who will be the next Canadian Idol? This episode guide contains everything you need to know about Canadian Idol. This reality series is the Canadian version, of the hugely popular Pop Idol. The Idol format has become a huge hit internationally and in Canada as well. Note: Seasons 1 to 4 had regular perform episodes at 8:00pm ET/PT. Seasons 5+ have the 9:00pm ET/PT slot (Monday and Tuesday) for performance shows and 7:30pm (local time) for result shows (Wednesday).moreless
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    Kids Incorporated

    Kids Incorporated

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    Disney Channel (ended 1993)
    The crew from Kids Incorporated dance and sing their way through teenage issues. The show combined music and performance with the trials and tribulations of growing up. Not all titles are official due to the titles not being listed on the show. Please note all these are episodes that happened on Disney Channel and in Syndication.moreless
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    The Perry Como Show

    The Perry Como Show

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    NBC (ended 1963)
    Welcome to The Perry Como Show guide at TV.com. Perry Como's first series, "The Chesterfield Supper Club" ran on NBC from December 24,1948 through June 4, 1950 after his success on the radio program of the same name. Due to Perry's popularity the series was renamed, "The Perry Como Show," and aired on CBS from October 2, 1950 through June 24, 1955. He moved back to NBC on September 12, 1955 when he took over "The Kraft Music Hall." The Kraft series lasted through June 12, 1963. From 1963 through 1967, Como continued his association with Kraft by doing "Kraft Music Hall" specials. He then did many holiday specials until 1993.moreless
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    School House Rock

    School House Rock

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    ABC (ended 1996)
    Release history:
    The soundtrack to Multiplication Rock was released on LP (Capitol 11174) in 1973 and on CD (Capitol 91253) in 1989. The discs are in stereo, but missing some foley from the broadcast versions. (see also reissues and covers) Filmstrips and 16mm films of Multiplication Rock, Grammar Rock, America Rock and Science Rock (hereafter The Big Four) were available to schools and libraries from Xerox Films. The film prints (and possibly the filmstrips) came with teachers' aides which included lyrics, questions for students and activities. In 1987 The Big Four were released by Golden Book Video on four VHS tapes. Cloris Leachman and "a group of young friends" sang and danced to new between-segment songs not produced by the original team. The tapes were missing The Good Eleven, Little Twelvetoes, and Three-Ring Government and America Rock was renamed History Rock. The videos were re-released on VHS (Aug. 8, 1995) and laserdisc (Dec. 13, 1995) by Capital Cities/ABC Video Publishers, restoring the missing segments and removing Ms. Leachman and friends. CD-ROMs and at least two music folios were released in 1996. Released Apr. 9, 1996 School House Rock! Rocks featured new versions of SHR songs performed by contemporary rock stars. School House Rock, the Box Set was released June 18, 1996 and featured 41 songs on 4 CDs. Disc 1 featured the stereo versions of Multiplication Rock plus a bonus track, My Hero, Zero by The Lemonheads. Discs 2-4 featured mono versions of the songs (probably directly from film) except The Preamble which is in stereo, and Verb which has an extremely small amount of separation. Episodes made in the 1990s were made in stereo and are presented in stereo in the box. The four discs were released separately, minus The Lemonheads track, on Apr. 1, 1997. Another tribute album, School House Rocks the Vote was released Aug. 18, 1998. It featured various artists covering School House Rock songs. Among the artists were Grady Tate singing Messin' with My Bill of Rights!, I'm Just a Bill by Joan Osborne and South Park's Isaac Hayes, and The Campaign Trail by Bob Dorough. A sampler CD, The Best of School House Rock was released Nov. 3, 1998, featuring songs by the original artists. I Got Six was named Best Picture of 1973 by ASIF-East, a chapter of the International Animated Film Association. Multiplication Rock received honors from Action for Children's Television. Bob Dorough received an Grammy nomination in 1974 for the Multiplication Rock LP, probably for Best Recording for Children (the winner was Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too). Most impressive was SHR's 4 Emmys, beating out shows like Sesame Street and Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood Each discipline has been given its own season. Years of first airing are listed below as original airdates are likely lost forever. 1973 Multiplication Rock (season 1) (premiered 06-Jan-73) 1973-1977 Grammar Rock (season 2) (premiered 08-Sep-73) 1975-1979 America Rock (season 3) 1978-1979 Science Rock (season 4) (premiered 11-Mar-78) 1983-1984 Scooter Computer & Mr. Chips (season 5) (premiered 08-Jan-83) (last show 31-Aug-85) 1995-1996 Money Rock (season 6) Years of first broadcast for each episode are given in the production code field. moreless
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