Fuse's 'Rock Monster March' Continues Genesis, David Bowie and Bob Marley
Fuse continues to be the rock music mecca this month with an extensive lineup of classic rock programming. As “Rock Monster March” rolls along, this weekend fans can view concert footage from former Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Genesis, Bob Marley and David Bowie. And all the great programming this month has been leading up to the live airing of the 2010 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony!
For the second year in a row, Fuse is the exclusive television partner of the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, bringing viewers front and center for the biggest and most celebrated night in rock. The 2010 ceremony will welcome five new artists into the Hall of Fame including ABBA, Genesis, Jimmy Cliff, The Stooges and The Hollies. The show will air live on Monday, March 15 at 8:30pm ET from New York City’s historic Waldorf Astoria and include performances from rock legends and speeches from music icons, all in celebration of the history of rock and roll.
Going beyond the linear network, log on to Fuse.tv to learn more about the program and watch videos of classic moments from past Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies.
Genesis Live At Wembley Stadium
Premieres Sunday, March 14th at 9pm
-Shot in 1987 at England's legendary Wembley Stadium over the course of four nights, this concert film features 2010 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Genesis performing their biggest hits to a sold-out crowd.
David Bowie: The Reality Tour
Sunday, March 14th at 10pm
-This concert special documents Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee David Bowie's performance at Point Theatre in Dublin, Ireland in 2003 during the Reality Tour. The set list includes tracks spanning Bowie's 30 plus year career, from The Man Who Sold the World all the way to Reality.
Bob Marley Live From The Rainbow
Premieres Sunday, March 14th at 1130pm
-Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Bob Marley's popularity in the summer of 1977 was at an all time high when he took the stage at London’s Rainbow Theatre. This legendary taped performance documents the band's potent, magical music and highlights their ageless appeal.
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