Classic Videos

Highlighting some of the most memorable music videos and live performances, as well as pop culture favorites

Tom Jones and CSNY Perform ‘Long Time Gone’

Yup, Tom Jones and the hippest band of the day, CSNY, performing together on This is Tom Jones. CSNYJ sort of has a ring to it. Our Classic Video…

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Ferris Bueller’s Day Off: ‘Twist and Shout’

The beloved comedy turned 30 last year. Director-writer John Hughes enjoyed a remarkable 10-year run of success including this Matthew Broderick favorite. Our Classic Video…

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British Rock Stars’ 2002 ‘Party at the Palace’ Concert

For Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee, an A-List of rock greats gave a concert outside Buckingham Palace. Watch them perform some classics

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Dana Carvey SNL Audition

Talk about a tough room! Imagine trying out for Saturday Night Live. The likable Carvey pretty much nails it

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Bill Murray and Clint Eastwood Sing a ’70s Hit

Spend enough time on the Interweb and you can pretty much find anything, including two A-List film stars singing Looking Glass’ 1972 hit “Brandy”

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Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats’ ‘S.O.B.’

Classic rock fans will enjoy this live performance of this unlikely radio hit which segues nicely into their cover of The Band’s “The Shape I’m In”

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NBA TV Spot: Greatest Ever?

After the 2011-12 NBA was delayed due to a lockout, TNT heralded in the new season with an amazing ad that featured basketball superstars of different eras.

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Hendrix Talks To Cavett About Anthem

Watch Jimi have fun with TV show host Dick Cavett as they discuss the Guitar God’s epic performance of the National Anthem at Woodstock the previous year

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Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert: All-Star Lineup

The list of artists at the 1992 event was a mile long with dozens of legends celebrating the Bard’s songs. Watch the A-Listers rehearse and take their turn on “My Back Pages”

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Drew Carey Show: ‘Cleveland Rocks’

This sitcom was known for its elaborate choreography. None as fun as this extended opening sequence set to a cover of an Ian Hunter song and a cast of thousands

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