Interviews trace the career of rock star Melissa Etheridge.
Those who promoted the 1969 Woodstock Festival; Joel Rosenman; John Roberts; Michael Lang; Artie Kornfeld.
Exploring the seamier side of '70s stardom for the Bay City Rollers, including lawsuits, prison and drugs.
Donny and Marie Osmond talk about life after their 1970s variety show, including anxiety disorders and children.
The troubled life and career of reggae music artist Peter Tosh, who never achieved the level of fame as his childhood friend Bob Marley.
The members of the Goo Goo Dolls talk about the troubled times that preceded the release of their hit single "Iris.".
Interviews with Bad Company, which was the first group to sign with Led Zeppelin's Swan Song label in the 1970s.
Glen Campbell is a leading country artist in the 1960s and '70s.
Sting's life and career, from his beginnings in Newcastle, England, to his megastardom with the Police and his success as a solo artist.
The tragic life of legendary disc jockey Alan Freed, who launched the careers of Buddy Holly and Little Richard.
The legacy of 1970s rock band Thin Lizzy, whose front man, Philip Lynott, died of heart failure after a drug overdose.
A successful stage version of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" leads to a movie with a cult following.
Rap artist-producer Dr. Dre talks about his controversial career, including his first rap group and his latest record label, Aftermath Entertainment.
Known as "The Love Man," Barry White began as writer-producer for his wife's girl group before embarking on his own career.
The career of Alanis Morissette, from her first single to her record-breaking debut album, "Jagged Little Pill.".
The members of Genesis rehash their history, from the early years with Peter Gabriel to their success with Phil Collins.
Interviews with Red Hot Chili Peppers, Insane Clown Posse and Columbine shooting victim Richard Castaldo.
Studio musicians and singers created the music behind the 1970s TV series "The Partridge Family." Includes interviews with David Cassidy and others.
Michael Hutchence, front man for the Australian pop band INXS, was dogged by the tabloid press until his death in 1997.
After a final performance on New Year's Eve 1999, pop diva Celine Dion retires to spend more time with husband-manager Rene Angelil.
Russell Simmons presided over a hip-hop empire for almost 20 years before selling his label, Def Jam Records.
Quincy Jones, a music industry giant, talks about his life and career. Includes interviews with Peggy Lipton and others.
The members of pioneer rap group Run-D.M.C. talk about their triumphs and setbacks. Interviewees include LL Cool J.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Tina Turner began her career singing in honky-tonks before being discovered by guitarist Ike Turner in 1956.
The politics and popular culture of 1970. Includes interviews with Paul McCartney, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Isaac Hayes, Bobby Seale, G. Gordon Liddy and others.
Flamboyant pop star Elton John talks about his bouts with alcohol, cocaine and bulimia, as well as his suicide attempts.
The band members of Oasis recall their legendary music career as bad boys.
No Doubt's lead singer John Spence committed suicide in 1987, but the California band endured and released a chart-topping album eight years later.
The musical milieu of 1984, including the impact of British music and the influence of women and "heartland rockers" such as Bruce Springsteen.
The rapid rise of the Police, from a toiling punk rock trio in the late '70s to a record-breaking superband in the early '80s.
The music scene of 1992; Seattle bands; Los Angeles riots; farewell to hair bands; presidential hopeful Bill Clinton plays the saxophone on television.
The all-female pop group the Go-Go's emerged from the California punk scene in the early '80s to make a splash with a hugely successful debut album.
A profile of Latin pop star Ricky Martin, who began his career as a lead singer for Menudo and later appeared on "General Hospital.".
AC/DC became a rock 'n' roll powerhouse in the '70s, forging an unmistakable hard rock sound characterized by the lacerating vocals of Bon Scott, who died in 1980.
Before assembling a band, Jon Bon Jovi cut demos while working as a janitor at a New York recording studio.
Brought together for a '60s TV series, the Monkees produced memorable pop hits like "I'm a Believer.".
Hip-hop artist Queen Latifah is a modern-day Renaissance woman, starring in TV and feature film roles, as well as hosting her own talk show.
The rap group Public Enemy revolutionized hip-hop music while sparking controversy with militant song lyrics.
Country music singer Faith Hill grew up in Mississippi with her adoptive family before heading to Nashville, Tenn.
The Bangles topped the charts in the '80s with highly polished pop hits like "Manic Monday" and "Walk Like an Egyptian.".