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Soundstage - 10th Anniversary Show (Parts 1 and 2 of 2)

Dionne Warwick hosts this tenth anniversary celebration with a review of the music and the artists presented over the years.

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Soundstage - 10th Anniversary Show (Part 1 of 2)

Dionne Warwick hosts this tenth anniversary celebration with a review of the music and the artists presented over the years.

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Soundstage - 10th Anniversary Show (Part 2 of 2)

Dionne Warwick hosts this tenth anniversary celebration with a review of the music and the artists presented over the years.

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Buddy Holly: Reminiscing -

The story of Buddy Holly and the Crickets is told through interviews and archival film footage.

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Soundstage - 5th Anniversary Show

Harry Chapin hosts this look back at the first five years of Soundstage.

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Soundstage - Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter, Johnny Rodriguez

Waylon Jennings performs along with Jessi Colter and Johnny Rodriguez.

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VH1 Goes to Nashville - Reba McEntire/Gary Morris

Taped inserts only to country music videos. Reba and Waylon duet. And Gary Morris sings "Today I Started Loving You Again."

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Dukes of Hazzard, The - One Armed Bandits (Premiere Episode)

The first show of the exploits of Luke, Bo, Daisy, and Uncle Jesse. The boys take on the law in order to raise money for an orphanage. Waylon Jennings acts as narrator and sings the title song.

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Awards Shows - 19th Annual Country Music Association Awards

An incomplete broadcast of the 1985 awards show. The Judds perform "Have Mercy," Alabama performs "Can't Keep a Good Man Down," and many gather in a tribute to Willie Nelson.

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Hank Williams, Jr.: Greatest Video Hits -

Five music videos featuring Bocephus and a long list of rowdy friends. Videos: "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight," "My Name is Bocephus," "Young Country," "There's a Tear in My Beer," and "If It Will It Will." Hank Jr. is interviewed between each clip.