Rock Icons is a music biography series profiling the most legendary artists in the history of rock music. Each episode includes exclusive interviews with the featured artist and the key people who helped shape their exemplary career, not to mention never-before-seen archival footage and photos. Rock Icons is a landmark series celebrating the innovative artists who defined the history of rock music, including Geddy Lee, Rob Halford, Ted Nugent, Ann Wilson, Dave Mustaine, Nikki Sixx, Slash, Daryl Hall, Joe Elliott, and Billy Corgan.
The story of Rush's lead singer and bassist, a true "musician's musician" who's a huge collector of wine, baseball memorabilia, and rare vintage musical instruments, plus one of the most respected frontmen in all of rock music.
The singer of Judas Priest is a humble fella, cherishes the relationships with his fans while remaining self-effacing about his operatic voice and extraordinary attention to his on-stage looks, which set the look for the frontman.
The story of the "Motor City Madman": an outspoken Republican and NRA advocate and one of the most sincere and talented musicians to ever pick up the electric guitar.
Singer Ann Wilson's inextricably linked to her sister Nancy, as the stunning faces of the legendary group Heart. However, delineating the two uncovers a portrait of Ann: the bullied child, the songwriter + protector of integrity.
Forced to live in abject poverty, brutally picked on at school by day while being stalked by his own father by night, Dave Mustaine just seemed like he'd had one bad hand dealt after another.
The sordid life of Motley Crue bass player Nikki Sixx is well-known, thanks to headlines on MTV News and the lurid smash autobiographies The Dirt and The Heroin Diaries.
Rock Icons catches up with Slash at his Los Angeles home to discuss, among many topics, how much of his life as rock 'n' roll's last great guitarist, was simply, inevitable.
We travel to New York State to speak with Daryl Hall about growing up singing in churches and street corners in Philadelphia, finding a creative partner in John Oates and honing one of the most authentic voices in pop music history.
Traveling to Dublin, Ireland, Rock Icons meets a man perfectly comfortable celebrating his band's incredible ascent, as well the thing that remains as vital to him as the very air he breathes: music.