Classic Videos

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

1979’s ’10’ Movie: Does it Hold Up?

The 1979 romantic comedy about a man going through a midlife crisis provided breakout roles for both Dudley Moore and Bo Derek

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When Paul McCartney and Steven Tyler Rocked Out

One of Sir Paul’s2019 Freshen Up tour dates coincided with the second leg of Aerosmith’s Las Vegas residency. The pair performed a Beatles favorite

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When Elton John Surprised at ‘Lion King’ Anniversary Show

The stats for the long-running musical smash are staggering. For the 20th anniversary of its Broadway run, the audience was treated to a special guest performance

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Tom Jones and Aretha Franklin Show How It’s Done

Watch as two of music’s greatest voices treat a 1970 television audience to a medley of their songs on This Is Tom Jones

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Nick Lowe Solo Debut: ‘So it Goes’

The bassist-vocalist of pub-rock group Brinsley Schwarz was hardly a household name. But his debut 45 for Stiff Records got his solo career moving

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Watch: ‘The Office’ Opening Scene to 1968 Hit Single

Over 9 seasons, we got to know the employees of a local branch of a fictitious paper company. Year 7 began with a scene choreographed to a 1968 hit single

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‘This is Spinal Tap’s’ Promo Man, Artie Fufkin: ‘I Got No Timing’

One of our favorite scenes in our favorite mockumentary is when Paul Shaffer’s character sets up an in-store appearance. Decades later, he’s at it again

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SNL’s ‘Superhero Party’ With Belushi, Aykroyd and Murray

In Saturday Night Live’s Season 4, the writers often made use of the entire cast within the same sketch. Such was the case here, with Belushi stealing the show

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Blind Faith ‘Can’t Find My Way Home’ Live

The British supergroup chose to make its live debut in front of 100,000 fans. If you’ve never seen the performance, you’re in for a treat

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SNL’s ‘Godfather Therapy’ With John Belushi

Every guy’s favorite movie was spoofed during the sketch comedy series’ first season, with Belushi delivering a spot-on impersonation of Marlon Brando’s Don Corleone

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