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Metal Heads, VH1 wants you

by Kristin Sample, posted Jun 5th 2008 3:40PM
Megadeth VH1 is rolling out yet another new show to add to its brand new summer schedule. "That Metal Show is a 30-minute romp through the extra loud realm of high hair, spandex and parental warning stickers." They've got three experts as the hosts: Eddie Trunk, host of nationally syndicated radio show Eddie Trunk Rocks, Jim Florentine, best known for his character Special Ed on Crank Yankers, and Don Jamieson, Florentine's partner from Crank Yankers. The three will play loud music, debate the key moments of different metal songs, and play pranks on fellow metal heads.

The show, to be aired on VH1 Classic, will begin taping in New York City on the afternoon of June 11th. And you can be a part of the audience. The tickets are free. All you have to do is email audiencecasting@vh1.com with your name, age, phone number, and a recent photo. Be sure to type "Metal" in the subject.

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Classic KISS tomorrow on VH1 Classic

by Adam Finley, posted Aug 9th 2007 7:01PM

KISSDo you like KISS? Sure, we all do. I can't get enough of Gene, Paul, Ace, Benji, Maynard, Cuddle Pie, and Pooky Bear.

Okay, so I'm not a KISS fan, but if you are, you might want to tune in to VH1 Classic tomorrow evening.

As a promotion for the upcoming DVD, KISSology: Volume Two 1978-1991, band members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley will host KISSology: The Volume 2 Special on VH1 Classic starting at 10:00 p.m., August 10. The special will feature material from the DVD, including music videos and rare footage of the band.

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Catch Pop Up Video on VH1 Classic

by Adam Finley, posted Nov 18th 2006 4:02PM

lisa loebStarting November 27 and airing through December 1, you'll be able to catch reruns of VH1's Pop Up Video on VH1 Classic, one of the last remaining "music" networks that actually show videos on a semi-regular basis. If you're a pop culture and trivia nut like me, you probably loved Pop Up Video, a series that would showcase videos both new and old, complete with facts about the song, artist or video itself that would pop onto the screen throughout the video. The series was a font of useless knowledge and loads of fun until it ventured away from videos and began to give the same pop-up treatment to commercials and other non-musical things. I can't speak for everyone, but I'm not all that interested in knowing the inner workings of an OxyClean commercial.

The Pop Up Video repeats will air every night at 8:00 and 8:30 pm. If you've been meaning to bone up on your knowledge of Journey and Tina Turner, this is your chance.

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