Classic Videos

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

David Byrne and Choir Sing David Bowie’s ‘Heroes’: Watch

In 2018, the former Talking Heads frontman released a video of his cover of the classic, accompanied by a Canadian vocal choir

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When Brian Johnson, Robert Plant Joined Paul Rodgers Gig

Three all-time great voices shared the stage, albeit briefly, to perform a classic rock standard during Rodgers’ 2017 UK “Free Spirit” tour

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Harvey Keitel and the Song ‘Summertime, Summertime’

In a cringe-inducing scene from the movie Fingers, the use of a 1958 song becomes an indelible moment with Keitel reacting to an insult as only he can

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Winwood and Clapton Perform ‘Can’t Find My Way Home’

Two members of British rock royalty reunite to perform one of the songs from their Blind Faith album in this Classic Video

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Lou Gramm Sings With Foreigner at 2017 Reunion

Lucky fans finally got their wish as original members Gramm, Al Greenwood + Ian McDonald joined Mick Jones & Co for two songs at a July 20, 2017 concert

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Stevie Wonder and Tom Jones Medley

On its 3 seasons, This Is Tom Jones featured an A+ guest list. Our Classic Video features a young Stevie Wonder and Tom Jones singing several of their hits

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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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Remembering Austin Powers’ ‘Mini-Me,’ Verne Troyer

The 2 ft. 8 in. actor was born with a genetic disorder known as achondroplasia dwarfism. He made his – mostly silent – mark in the film series

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Cheech & Chong’s Classic ‘Up in Smoke’

The ultimate stoner comedy film was released in 1978 on a shoestring budget. It was a huge hit, becoming the year’s #15 high-est grossing movie

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Norman Greenbaum: Spirit In The Sky

Here’s the backstory about Norman Greenbaum’s unlikely 1969 hit, which has enjoyed a life of its own on the radio, in movies and numerous TV commercials

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