Tag "classic video"

Watch: Badfinger Performs ‘Come and Get It’

They enjoyed a batch of hits but none bigger than this one, written and produced by Paul McCartney and released on The Beatles’ Apple Records. Enjoy this great live version

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Bruce Springsteen Selfie With Young Fan

13-year-old Eliza Sollers is a Springsteen fan thanks to her dad. At a Baltimore concert, she started snapping pics and got the thrill of a lifetime

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Glen Campbell ‘Wichita Lineman’: Classic Video

Campbell collaborated with songwriter Jimmy Webb on a string of hits in the late 1960s: “Galveston,” “By The Time I Get To Phoenix” and this gem

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‘I Want My MTV’ Promo Spots

When MTV launched, it was a struggle to get cable operators to carry the network and to convince viewers to watch it. This campaign solved both issues

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The Doors on ‘American Bandstand’

The Doors were enjoying a #1 hit when they joined Dick Clark in 1967 for two songs and an interview with America’s Oldest Teenager. Our Classic Video

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Foreigner ‘Cold As Ice’ Like You’ve Never Heard It

Whether you’re 5 or 75 (or somewhere in between), you’ll appreciate this kid rocking out to his favorite Foreigner tune in this 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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Joe Cocker: Misheard Lyrics to ‘Little Help’

If you’ve never seen this hilarious video of the misheard lyrics to Joe Cocker’s performance of The Beatles classic at Woodstock, you’re in for a treat

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Jon Bon Jovi: Reluctant Wedding Singer

A video from 2016 went viral shows JBJ listening to one of his signature hits performed at a wedding where he’s a guest. Then the song’s singer eggs him on…

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Celebrating Sinatra With His Version of ‘Something’

This Classic Video pairs two of the most influential contributors to contemporary music as “The Voice” sings George Harrison’s “Something”

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