Televised Tune: On the Tube This Week

Stuart Copeland moved from behind the drums to behind the camera for a first-account look at life in one of the biggest rock bands on the planet in The Police – Everyone Stares (Thursday @ Noon, Ovation). The footage was pulled from over 50 hours of tape recorded by Copeland at the pinnacle of the band’s success and has an artsy quality you would expect from Copeland, a five-time Grammy award winner.


Monday, February 15

  • Bruce Springsteen: Live in New York City [Palladia 9:30AM]
  • Documentary: Rock City [Palladia 1PM]
  • Pink Floyd: The Wall [VH1 Classic 8PM]
  • Lady GaGa: London Live [Palladia 7:30PM]
  • U2: Rattle and Hum [VH1 Classic 12:30PM]

Tuesday, February 16

  • Documentary: Hotel Gramercy Park [Sundance 11AM]
  • Judas Priest: Behind the Music [VH1 Classic 3PM]
  • No Doubt: The Chronicles [Fuse 3PM]
  • Classic Albums: Def Leppard, Hysteria [VH1 Classic 6PM]
  • Metallica: Behind the Music [VH1 Classic 7PM]

Wednesday, February 17

  • Classic Albums: Queen, A Night at the Opera [VH1 Classic 3:30PM]
  • The Beatles: A Hard Day’s Night [VH1 Classic 8PM]
  • Vampire Weekend: Unplugged [Palladia 8:30PM]
  • Jimi Hendrix: American Landing [Ovation 9PM]
  • Spectacle w/Elvis Costello: Levon Helm [Sundance 10PM]

Thursday, February 18

  • The Police: Everyone Stares [Ovation Noon]
  • John Entwistle: John Entwistle and the Who [Ovation 1:30PM]
  • ZZ Top: Live from Texas [Palladia 4:30PM]
  • Strat Pack: 50 Years of the Fender Stratocaster [Palladia 6PM]
  • Led Zeppelin: The Song Remains the Same [Palladia 9PM]

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