This show 'hosted' by director/producer Mike Mansfield, became a staple of early evening Saturday TV in England. Mansfield, who also directed music videos, was shown behind a TV studio production desk, literally cueing the next music act on each time. Often, he would be joined by a celebrity such as Suzie Quatro on one occasion. There was no pretence made, that this wasn't a TV show, as even the cameramen were usually in view. Some of the most popular music acts of the era, appeared on it over it's run including, Sailor, The Three Degrees, and even a teenaged Midge Ure in his group Slick. It resurfaced on TV a few years, only because of showings on a satellite channel. In the 190s, Mansfield hosted a late night TV series featuring concert footage, called Cue The Music.
Though very dated, it would be still worth a look.
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