Exploring the many phases of Madonna's career, including interviews with Jean-Paul Gaultier, Anne Rice and Rosie O'Donnell.
The chaotic year of 1968 featured the enduring music of David Crosby, Aretha Franklin and John Fogerty.
"Born to Be Wild" is a 1970s success for the band Steppenwolf.
Singer-songwriter John Denver's 1970s rise to stardom, his comeback attempt in the '90s and his tragic death.
Blondie finds success in the early '80s after emerging from the new-wave music scene.
Singer Shania Twain's career, from an impoverished childhood in Canada to country-pop stardom. Includes interviews with her relatives and associates.
Examines the life and career of singer Stevie Nicks, whose voice and music helped propel Fleetwood Mac to the top of the charts.
Interviews with band members, friends and family members of one of rock's most influential and imitated heavy-metal groups, Metallica.
From his success with the Commodores to international fame as a solo artist in the 1980s, Lionel Richie took hits in the media and was less visible in the 1990s.
After a 12-year absence from touring, rock performer Rick Springfield returns to the road; the singer discusses the ups and downs of his career.
KC & the Sunshine Band topped the music charts in the 1970s, but later fell into obscurity. Includes interviews with family and friends.
Interviews with members of R.E.M. and with the mayor of Athens, Ga., where the band got its start nearly two decades ago.
Members of the band Motley Crue talk about being dogged by tragedy on the road to success, including auto accidents, overdoses and death.
Actor-singer David Cassidy's career soared in the 1970s with the success of "The Partridge Family.".
The life and career of Bette Midler, who has overcome the deaths of her mother, sister and close friends.
The highs and lows in the life of 1970s teen idol Leif Garrett, including a reunion with his best friend.
Sisters and Heart band members Ann and Nancy Wilson discuss their careers, personal lives and the future.
The tragic 1959 plane crash that took the lives of rock stars Buddy Holly, J.P. Richardson and Ritchie Valens; includes interviews with actor Gary Busey and others.
Members of the alternative rock group Depeche Mode discuss musicians who influenced them, their careers and personal lives.
Grand Funk Railroad endures through lineup changes and legal battles.
A profile of the prototypical punk rocker Iggy Pop, including footage of Iggy performing in 1968 and giving a drunken interview in 1980.
Rapper Vanilla Ice's rapid rise to fame and his downfall, which culminated in a drug overdose in 1994.
Members of Duran Duran become 1980s teen idols but succumb to personal demons.
A discussion with Cher about her life and career, including interviews with her children Elijah Blue Allman and Chastity Bono.
Rap group TLC's meteoric rise to fame was followed by misfortune, including bankruptcy, arson and illness.
Singer-songwriter Julian Lennon discusses his famous father and his bruised relationship with Yoko Ono.
Seminal rocker Alice Cooper talks about his theatrical career, his battle with alcoholism and his comeback.
The Black Crowes' career has been marked by rebellion, sibling rivalry and drug use.
Profiling Tom Petty's career from his early bar band, through lawsuits, bankruptcy and a fire to success.
Singer/songwriter Marianne Faithfull endures a tumultuous career.
Members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers talk about heroin abuse and the death of guitarist Hillel Slovak.
Singer-songwriter Eric Burdon talks about his early music career, broken marriages, bouts of depression and drug abuse.
Donna Summer's career plummets with the end of disco.
Rock musician Lenny Kravitz talks about his critics, childhood and short-lived marriage to actress Lisa Bonet.
A profile of Grammy-winner Weird Al Yankovic, who launched his career as a comedy artist with "My Bologna.".
Members of the heavy metal band Poison talk about rock 'n' roll, groupies and drugs.
The band members of metal group Quiet Riot discuss death, drug addiction and the dissolution of the band.
After undergoing rehabilitation for heroin addiction, Natalie Cole recalibrated her career with "Everlasting.".