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AXS TV Celebrates 33 Years of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame with a Saturday Stack Lineup Featuring Iconic Inductees April 14

AXS TV, the premier destination for classic rock programming, salutes the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame with a loaded Saturday Stack lineup of concert films, interviews, documentaries and more featuring some of the Hall’s most iconic inductees on Saturday, April 14—the night of the 33RD Annual Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony.

The day of rock kicks off at 1pE with an in-depth look at one of The Doors’ most enduring hits in The Doors: Mr. Mojo Risin’—The Story Of L.A. Woman, featuring archive footage, rare photos, and interviews with members Ray ManzarekRobbie Krieger, and John Densmore; followed by an intimate look at the triumph and tragedy of Southern Rock trailblazers Lynyrd Skynyrd in Gone With The Wind: The Remarkable Rise And Tragic Fall Of Lynyrd Skynyrd at 2pE. And Roger WatersDavid Gilmour, and Nick Mason discuss the creative process behind one of Pink Floyd’s seminal masterworks in the immersive 2012 profile piece Pink Floyd – The Story Of Wish You Were Here at 5pE.

The block continues with RUSH: The Rise Of Kings at 6:15pE, a comprehensive journey following the prog rock trio from their early days in the clubs of Toronto to their ascension as one of the most influential bands in rock. Then, Dan Rather heads to Toronto, Canada to sit down with beloved RUSH frontman Geddy Lee for a candid conversation as the prolific singer, songwriter, and celebrated bassist opens up about his personal life, his incredible career, and his surprising obsession with America’s Pastime, headlined by a rare tour of Lee’s impressive collection of baseball memorabilia.

The night comes to a close with encore broadcasts of The Doors: Mr. Mojo Risin’—The Story Of L.A. Woman at 9:45pE, followed by Gone With The Wind: The Remarkable Rise And Tragic Fall Of Lynyrd Skynyrd at 10:45pE.

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