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    History Rocks

    History Rocks

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    The History Channel
    History Rocks is an educational TV show, aired on The History Channel. The show discusses eight historical events, arranged by decade- the 1960's, the 1970's and the 1980's. Six episodes were made, two about each decade. History Rocks uses music and pictures to discuss historical events. For instance, in The 1960's episode, discussing Marilyn Monroe's Death, the song "Night's in White Satin" by The Moody Blues is used. When discussing The JFK Conspiracy, the song "I Can See For Miles" by The Who is played. Fast forwarding to the 1970's, "Takin' Care of Business" by Bachman Turner-Overdrive is used when talking about Jimmy Hoffa's Disappearance and "Free Bird" by Lynard Skynard is used to describe the Fall of Saigon. In the 1980's episode, "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister is used when discussing The Berlin Wall and "Should I Stay or Should I Go" by The Clash is used when the volcanic eruption of Mount St. Helens is discussed.moreless
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    Spike Video Game Awards

    Spike Video Game Awards

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    Spike TV
    Spike TV hosts an awards show for all things video game-related. Don't miss all the biggest names in th gaming world, as well as some Hollywood stars and musical performers.
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    Soul Train Awards

    Soul Train Awards

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    BET
    Soul Train Awards is a long-running annual music award ceremony that celebrates the best releases and performances from leading hip hop and R&B artists, honoring the most successful contemporary creators in Black entertainment, as well as paying tribute to the artists of years' past who paved the way for future generations of music makers. The Soul Train Music Awards were first held in 1987, and quickly became one of the most prestigious award shows for the field of American music. The ceremony brings together the greatest artists of past and present in one place for a spectacular evening of live performances, retrospectives, appearances by Black entertainment celebrities. The show has traditionally been held in Los Angeles, California, although in recent years it has found a new home in Atlanta, Georgia. Soul Train Awards is a must-see awards ceremony for fans of hip hop and R&B, featuring a fabulous display of contemporary music as well as appearances by several classic American artists.moreless
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    Music Behind Bars

    Music Behind Bars

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    VH1 (ended 2002)
    This documentary was about prison inmates trying to turn their lives around with music.
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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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    And You Don't Stop: 30 Years of Hip Hop

    And You Don't Stop: 30 Years of Hip Hop

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    VH1 (Mini-Series 2004)
    A five-part look at the history of the Hip-Hop culture, detailing its beginnings in the Bronx N.Y.C. to how it became a world-wide phenomenon. Takes an up close look at the four elements and everything else that came after them. Uses unique archive footage of the 70s and 80s, as well as insightful interviews with various pioneers.moreless
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    Control Room Presents

    Control Room Presents

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    Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
    Control Room Presents is a series which aired on MyNetworkTV from October 1, 2007 to March 15, 2008. The program aired previously recorded music concerts from various popular artists.
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    The RuPaul Show

    The RuPaul Show

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    VH1 (ended 1998)
    Drag diva and self-declared "Supermodel of the World" RuPaul Charles hosted 100 episodes of this groundbreaking VH1 talk show. In the tradition of the flashy 1970s variety shows, each episode opened with RuPaul making her entrance on a flashy set; she then walked down a runway (shades of Cher) and performed a verse or two of a song. Ru would then ask the audience how they liked her outfit, show them the "front" and the "back" of the dress, and then head to the couch for talk.
    Her series showcased an eclectic mix of celebrities, from gay icons like Cher and k.d.lang to pop singers (an early appearance by Backstreet Boys) to minstream entertainers like Nell Carter and Lynda Carter.moreless
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    Check 1, 2

    Check 1, 2

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    Fuel TV
    Check 1, 2 brings you action sports personalities and recording artists together to perform one-of-a-kind live performances and jam session...
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    VH1 Unplugged

    VH1 Unplugged

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    VH1
    VH1 Unplugged showcases your favorite artists performing acoustic versions of their hit songs in an intimate studio setting. This acclaimed music series has featured stripped-down performances by Jon Bon Jovi, Elton John, Jay-Z, and more. In its current incarnation, Unplugged focuses on contemporary musicians to display personal performances by new talent. Recently, American Idol rocker Adam Lambert thrilled his small audience with delicate renditions of his new hits. Amy Winehouse displayed her softer side with an elegant set featuring only her signature voice over an acoustic guitar. Pop starlet Katy Perry showed off her vocal and instrumental range and premiered new material. Other artists to perform for VH1 Unplugged include Fall Out Boy, Maroon 5, Evanescence and Adele. Many artists have chosen to use VH1 Unplugged to release new material, and to record new live albums with VH1 Unplugged's signature sound.moreless
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    CMA Music Festival

    CMA Music Festival

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    ABC
    Country music takes center stage during the CMA Music Festival, an event held over a four-day period along the bank of Nashville’s Cumberland River in Tennesse. Originating in the early 1970s, the festival features not-to-be-missed performances of some of the biggest acts in country music, appearances by celebrities, and tons of once-in-a-lifetime opportunities for artist/fan interaction. If you weren’t one of the 145,000 country music followers that turned out this year for the experience, you won’t want to miss it on tv.moreless
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    Rising Icons

    Rising Icons

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    Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
    RISING ICONS chronicles the musicians' lives on and off the stage, at home and on the road, giving an inside glimpse of their journeys to stardom.
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    Redemption Song

    Redemption Song

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    Fuse TV
    You won't see the cast that makes up the Fuse reality show Redemption Song on American Idol anytime soon. These contestants are talented musicians with some serious substance abuse problems, and who regularly hit the bottle before taking the stage. Each week one struggling artist will be voted off.moreless
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    Rock N' Roll Fantasy Camp

    Rock N' Roll Fantasy Camp

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    VH1
    Carrie Keagan hosts the VH1 series Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp where 15 "average joe" musicians are transformed into true rock stars.
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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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    Inside the Music

    Inside the Music

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    Smithsonian Channel
    Inside the Music takes an in-depth look at some of the people who have helped shape the sound of modern music as we know it. Exploring the origins of pop, rock and R&B, this series takes a look at some of the people whose influence behind the scenes has been as influential as some of the celebrated figures behind the mic. "All You Need is Klaus" introduces you to the incredible Klaus Voorman, an influential figure in the early days of The Beatles. Supported by interviews with Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Carly Simon and Joe Walsh, the contribution Voorman made to music is examined. Voorman, best known for designing the cover art on The Beatles "Revolver", is lauded by Simon for the incredible influence he had on her monster hit, "You're So Vain". "Accordion Kings" delves into accordion culture in Columbia and showcases the massive Vallenato accordion festival. "Electrified: The Guitar Revolution" is a must see for fans of the electric guitar, as the history of the instrument is examined, as well as the artists who brought the electric to the forefront of modern music. Entertaining and informative, Inside the Music is required viewing for music fans.moreless
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    Ty Murray's Celebrity Bull Riding Challenge

    Ty Murray's Celebrity Bull Riding Challenge

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    Seven-time All Around Rodeo Champion Ty Murray takes on the task of teaching nine celebrities how to succeed in one of the world's most dangerous sports: bull-riding. His 2000-acre ranch in Stephenville, Texas is the setting for this boot camp, and among the celebrities who will be his guests are Vanilla Ice, Stephen Baldwin, Leif Garrett, and more. Those that can hang will have the opportunity to ride at a Professional Bull Riders event in Nashville.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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    Mariah Carey: Merry Christmas To You

    Mariah Carey: Merry Christmas To You

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    ABC (Holiday Event 2010)
    Mariah Carey wants to spend the holidays with you! Watch as she performs songs from her Christmas Album from the Orpheum Theory in Los Angeles.
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    Pepsi Smash

    Pepsi Smash

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    The WB (ended 2004)
    The WB will bring six episodes of a new live music series this summer, which feature Pepsi as a premiere sponsor. The cola giant will fork over a large chunk of the show's estimated $800,000 to $1 million budget. Joel Gallen is set to produce the series. Each episode will include at least six live music performances along with a countdown feature and celebrity appearances.moreless
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