Classic Videos

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

Brian Johnson, Robert Plant Join Paul Rodgers Gig

Three all-time great voices shared the stage, albeit briefly, to perform a classic rock standard during Rodgers’ UK “Free Spirit” tour

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Blues Image’s ‘Ride Captain Ride’: A Tale of 73 Men

The singer and the keyboardist were having trouble coming up with a lead lyric for the new song they were writing. The answer was sitting right in front of them.

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Moody Blues ‘Just a Singer in a Rock and Roll Band’

It’s hard not to tap your foot when this great uptempo track kicks in, from the symphonic-progressive rock giants

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Wet Willie Weekend Video: A Simple Formula

Southern rockers Wet Willie had a simple formula to enjoy life: the weekend. It’s our Classic Video…

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The Deer Hunter Bar Scene Song

The 1978 Vietnam War film won 5 Academy Awards including Best Picture + Best Director. This scene with De Niro and Walken singing “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” is brilliant

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The Magnificent Seven Trailer

A recent law in Hollywood requires every movie to be remade. Our Classic Video features the original trailer and the Denzel Washington remake.

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We Are The World: Making-Of Videos

These Classic Videos reveal the hard work from Bob Dylan, Cyndi Lauper and others for their solos, as well as some lighthearted moments

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Five Easy Pieces Diner Scene

“I’d like a plain omelette… and wheat toast.” Simple enough, right? Well, if you’re having a bad day, this classic scene with Jack Nicholson from Five Easy Pieces will put things in perspective for you.

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Prince, Petty & Winwood Honor Harrison at Rock Hall

Rock royalty was onstage at the 2004 Rock + Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony to posthumously honor George Harrison for his solo work. Prince stole the show with a blistering solo on “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”

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Bruce Springsteen Honors Prince With ‘Purple Rain’

The Boss opened a 2016 concert at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center with a somber yet celebratory performance of the iconic hit, 2 days after Prince’s passing

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