Next Episode of Discovering: Music is
A look at the fascinating lives of musicians behind closed doors in this celebration of their music.
Music journalists discuss the rise of Irish rock band U2, from their humble beginnings in Dublin to finding international superstardom with the Joshua Tree and beyond.
A look at the legacy of LA rock band The Eagles. Among the most successful recording artists of the 1970s, their hits include Hotel California and Take it Easy.
Music experts explore the music of Jethro Tull, one of the most commercially successful and eccentric progressive-rock bands Britain has ever produced.
Music journalists examine the life and music of Michael Lee Aday, better known as Meat Loaf, the larger than life singer-songwriter behind Bat Out of Hell.
A look at the rise of rock opera pioneers The Who, from their formation at school in Acton, London, to their award-winning albums and sell out tours around the world.
Music experts discuss the life and music of Jimi Hendrix, who wowed audiences in the 1960s with his outrageous electric guitar playing skills and his experimental sound.
A look at the life and music of Janis Joplin. Known for her powerful, blues-inspired vocals, she rose to fame in the late 1960s before dying of a drug overdose in 1970.
Music experts discuss the legacy of 1970s brother and sister pop duo the Carpenters, who sang such hits as (They Long to Be) Close to You and We've Only Just Begun.
A look at the rise of The Beach Boys, the iconic rock/pop group who rose to stardom with their happy, fun-loving songs that were filled with beautiful harmonies.
Music experts discuss the rise of The Monkees. Though made for a TV show, the group had real-life hits including I'm a Believer and Daydream Believer.
Leading music journalists explore the music of Peter Gabriel, a founding member of Genesis who went on to achieve great solo success around the world.
A fascinating look at The Mamas and the Papas, the American folk rock group whose easygoing vocal harmonies provided the soundtrack to the late 60s.
A fascinating look at the life and career of James Brown. Dubbed 'the Godfather of Soul', he was one of the most iconic figures in music up until his death in 2006.
Music journalists examine the life and music of Stevie Wonder, the iconic figure whose hits include You Are the Sunshine of My Life and Superstition.
Music journalists examine the life and music of Roy Orbison, the rock'n'roll hall of fame legend behind hits Oh, Pretty Woman, Only the Lonely and Crying.
Music journalists examine the life and music of Elvis Costello, who exploded on to the late 70s new wave scene with raw energy and ingenious songwriting.
A look at the life and music of Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen, who was known for his poetic lyrics and iconic songs, such as Bird on the Wire and Hallelujah.
A fascinating look at American rock band The Doors. Led by Jim Morrison, they were one of the most revolutionary and influential bands of the 60s.
An eye-opening look at Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, the folk-rock super group famed for their intricate vocal harmonies and volatile interpersonal relationships.
From Crazy Horse to Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Neil Young was a driving force behind some of the biggest groups of the 60s before finding huge success on his own.
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