Club MTV (1985–1992)

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The first dance show on the all music network. Hosted by Downtown Julie Brown featuring a slew of hot young dancers and live musical acts. American Bandstand for a new generation. This was the series before "The Grind"

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1990  
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 Dancer (2 episodes, 1990)
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 Herself - Host (2 episodes, 1990)
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The first dance show on the all music network. Hosted by Downtown Julie Brown featuring a slew of hot young dancers and live musical acts. American Bandstand for a new generation. This was the series before "The Grind"

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Host: [interviewing Kurt Harland from Information Society] How long have you been on roller skates now? Since the Club MTV tour?
Kurt Harland: Yes since July 4th, 1989 when I vowed to spend one year on roller skates and at that point decide whether I would devote the rest of my life to skating or not at which point I did and it took the place in my life of the most important thing which used to be my pet peeves number one of which was extraneous apostrophes on signs written such as "Donut's at 10 a.m." using an ...
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It Should Still Be On Today!
17 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Club MTV was one of those shows that shouldn't have gone away in the first place. It was a pleasant memory of the earlier days of MTV when music was the focus of the network and not endless reality shows. Compared to shows today, Club MTV is pretty tame. It was taped at a popular dance club in New York City and hosted by East Coast or New York's Julie Brown. There were two Julie Browns on the network at the time and they were as different as night and day. New York's Julie Brown has a British accent, dressed trendy, and played with the language. The show was only a half-hour long and sometimes had club music and musicians come and perform for the dancers who were always more hip than the rest of us. Sadly like the MTV of my generation, Club MTV is only a distant memory but I'll always have my memories of Julie Brown and the dancers.


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