American Graffiti was one of the first films to use rock 'n' roll to tell its story. The soundtrack boasts some of the biggest musical stars of the '50s and '60s. In this special Where Are They Now? checks in with some of the soundtrack artists and see what they've been up to in the last 25 years.
This Where Are They Now? features classic rock stars Bad Company, Buffalo Springfield, Emerson, Lake, and Palmer, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Argent, Pretty Things, Blue Oyster Cult, Moby Grape and Grand Funk Railroad. Find out what they're up to now!
This episode of Where Are They Now? includes clips on Cinderella, RATT, KIX, Ron Keel, Midnight Oil, Vixen, Lemon Pipers, Devo, Madness, The Dream Academy, Naked Eyes, Flock of Seagulls, Ashford & Simpson, Jack Blades, Engelbert Humperdink, Jon Secada and Wilson Phillips.
From the halls of West Beverly High to the steamy bedrooms of Melrose Place, these stars heated up the small screen, and kept us wanting more. VH1's Where Are They Now?: 90210, Melrose & More tracks down the hottest of the hot, and shows you what happens when you leave Mr. Spelling behind to venture into new lives and new careers.
Using interviews, film clips, performance footage and exclusive home movies, Where Are They Now?: AM Classics revisits the past musical successes of artists who climbed the charts in the '70s and '80s, and updates viewers on their current personal and professional activities
Where Are They Now? catches up with members of your favorite hair bands from the '80s: Jack Russell (Great White), Mike Tramp (White Lion), Ronnie James Dio, LA Guns, Scorpions (Viewer Mail), Slaughter, Chip Z'Nuff and Donnie Vie (Enuff Z'Nuff), Mark Metcalf, JJ French (Twisted Sister), Firehouse and GWAR.
In this "Where are They Now?" episode, it shows the stars of the hit 1979 movie, "Grease," which included John Travolta, who played Danny, the leader of the T-Birds, Olivia Newton-John, who played Sandy, Travolta's on-screen naive girlfriend, Stockard Channing, who played, Rizzo, leader of the Pink Ladies who had an affair with Danny but is now with Kenkie, Jeff Conaway, who played Kenickiem Rizzo's boyfriend, Didi Conn, who played Frenchy, who dropped out of high school but returns, Barry Pearl as Doody, Kelly Ward as Putzie and Michael Tucci as Sonny, who all three ...
Where Are They Now? catches up with your favorite guilty pleasures from yesteryear. Find out what's going on with Air Supply, The Knack, Journey, Captain & Tennille, Jack Wagner, Loverboy, Right Said Fred, Juice Newton, MC Hammer, The Hooters, Christopher Cross, Huey Lewis & the News, Mr. Mister, Peaches & Herb, Styx, Richard Marx and Vanilla Ice.
Where Are They Now? catches up with your favorite female pop stars from the '80s. Find out what's up with the Go Go's, Dale Bozzio (Missing Persons), Patty Smyth, Wendy O' Williams (The Plasmatics), Bananarama, Michelle Visage, The Bangles, Sheila E., Denise Matthews (AKA Vanity), Patricia Kotero (AKA Appolonia), Wendy & Lisa, Sheena Easton, Heart, Lita Ford, Joan Jett, Martha Davis (the Motels) and Toni Basil.
Where Are They Now? catches up with stars of the disco era, including Harry Wayne Casey (KC & the Sunshine Band), Ami Stewart, Blondie, Alicia Bridges, Anita Ward, Cheryl Lynn, Thelma Houston, Yvonne Elliman, The Trammps, Donna Summer, Chic, Vicki Sue Robinson, Kool & the Gang, Earth Wind & Fire, The Commodores, Rose Royce, Abba, Gloria Gaynor, Rick James, Musique and The Village People.
They put the "super" in supermodel, but each of these women is more than just another pretty face. Today their careers stretch far beyond the world of fashion and beauty. Some run business empires, some design jewelry, but all have become larger than life. Wherever they may be, VH1's Where Are They Now? Ford Supermodels is there with them, to show you what happens when runway ends and real life begins
Segments include interviews with: Musique "Push, Push In The Bush," Steve Dahl (disco sucks movement DJ), Spinners "Could It Be I'm Falling Love," "Working My Way Back To You," "Then Came You," Heatwave "Boogie Nights," "Always And Forever," McFadden and Whitehead "Ain't No Stoppin Us Now," Lipps Inc. 's Steve Greenberg "Funky Town," SOS Band "Take Your Time Do It Right," Average White Band "Pick Up The Pieces," and Brothers Johnson "Stomp."