AXS TV announces a new original series for music lovers, Vinyl Obsession. It will have eight half-hour-long episodes. Catch it as it premieres on Sunday, April 2, at 8:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. PT. It joins the popular lineup of the Network’s Sunday Night Rocks.
The series follows some of the biggest names in music as they visit the iconic Grimey’s Record Shop in Nashville to talk about their illustrious careers and biggest influences while selecting the five albums that have had the greatest impact on them on vinyl.
Vinyl Obsession features STYX and Damn Yankees legend Tommy Shaw, original Headbanger’s Ball MC Riki Rachtman, John Oates and Sublime singer Rome, Bluesmen Billy F. Gibbons and Joe Bonamassa, Lzzy Hale and Billy Sheehan, Lady A guitarist Charles Kelley and Country superstar RaeLynn, NYSYNC vocalist Chris Kirkpatrick and Lit frontman Ajay Popoff, Go-Go’s bassist Kathy Valentine and Country chart-topper Brantley Gilbert, and Dan Cortese and Hunter Hayes.
H5H Production created Vinyl Obsession for AXS TV. Stephen Stormer serves as executive producer.
About Vinyl Obsession TV Show
Vinyl Obsession follows along with some of the biggest names in music, as they visit the landmark Grimey's Record Shop in Nashville to discuss their celebrated careers and biggest influences while picking out the five albums that have impacted them the most on vinyl. The inaugural season puts the spotlight on eight 30-minute episodes, premiering on April 2 with STYX and Damn Yankees legend Tommy Shaw and original Headbanger's Ball MC Riki Rachtman.
Other season one highlights include multi-talented musician John Oates and Sublime singer Rome (Apr. 9); celebrated Bluesmen Billy F. Gibbons and Joe Bonamassa (Apr. 16); rockers Lzzy Hale and Billy Sheehan (Apr. 23); Lady A guitarist Charles Kelley and Country superstar RaeLynn (Apr. 30); *NYSYNC vocalist Chris Kirkpatrick and Lit frontman Ajay Popoff (May 7); Go-Go's bassist Kathy Valentine and Country chart-topper Brantley Gilbert (May 14); and MTV alum Dan Cortese and genre-defying entertainer Hunter Hayes (May 21).Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.
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