Rob Pilatus and Fabrice Morvan discuss their sudden rise to Grammy fame as Milli Vanilli and their subsequent fall.
M.C. Hammer discusses his rise to stardom, his sudden wealth and subsequent financial losses in a roller-coaster career.
Boy George, Culture Club lead singer, talks about being a celebrity.
The members of Fleetwood Mac discuss the good and bad times they shared as members of one of rock music's most successful bands.
Musicians and stalkers.
Photographers' influence on the music industry.
The Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd rose to success in the 1970s on the strength of such hits as "Freebird.".
Teddy Pendergrass scores a comeback after an accident leaves him paralyzed.
Billy Joel's tumultuous rise to fame.
Interviews with Lilith Fair organizer Sarah McLachlan and performers Jewel, the Indigo Girls and Shawn Colvin.
A profile of singer Andy Gibb, from his rise to fame at 22 to his death at 30. Includes interviews with his brothers.
Jim Croce's success came mainly posthumously.
The music of the Carpenters and a recent interview with Richard Carpenter and friends of Karen Carpenter.
Sonny Bono and his impact on music, television and government. Includes interviews with his family and friends.
Surviving members of the Mamas and the Papas discuss the formation of the group, drug problems and relationships.
The ups and downs of Meat Loaf's career are examined through interviews with the singer, his family and others.
A retrospective of Gladys Knight's music and offstage life, including personal troubles and career setbacks.
The life and music of Willie Nelson from his roots in Texas to his success in Nashville, and his tax problems.
Jerry Lee Lewis, from his roots in Louisiana through his recording career to his troubled personal life.
Funk musician Rick James talks about his rise to stardom, hits in the early 1980s and personal problems.
David Crosby discusses his career and family.
The rising career of Tejano music star Selena Quintanilla Perez is tragically cut short by a killer at 23; Selena's killer speaks.
Jefferson Airplane's original members recall their early success.
Cross-culture of street musicians.
Singer Ozzy Osbourne's years as Black Sabbath's lead singer, his solo career and troubles with drugs, alcohol and lawsuits brought by a fan's parents.
The life and music of guitarist Ted Nugent, from his rise to fame in the 1970s to his talk show and new band.
Joe Cocker's career takes off after performing at Woodstock in 1969.
A gathering place for glamorous people, the popular nightspot Studio 54 was viewed by some as the epitome of the dance culture of the 1970s.
Keith Moon, drummer for the Who, is remembered by Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend.
Bonnie Raitt's early roots in the blues and current success in rock 'n' roll.
Culture Club's Boy George discusses his relationship with band member John Moss, his drug addictions and the band's upcoming reunion tour.
Robbie Robertson reflects on his career with The Band.
A profile of rock band Def Leppard, including footage of the group with family members and fans and a tribute to late guitarist Steve Clark.
Singer Tony Orlando discusses his problems with drugs and the death of close friend Freddie Prinze. Songs include "Knock Three Times" and "Candida.".
The triumphs and troubles of singer Gloria Estefan, including her accident and deaths and births in her family.
Jan & Dean find success in the '60s, along with the Beach Boys.
Harry Chapin dies in an auto accident.
1970s disco-singer Gloria Gaynor.