AXS TV’s ‘The Top Ten Revealed’ returns for second season

Dee Snider, Lita Ford and Eddie Money are among the guests joining host Katie Daryl

The Top Ten Revealed, AXS TV’s popular music countdown series, returns for a second season, premiering Sunday, January 13th at 8:30 pm ET/5:30 pm PT. Hosted and executive produced by Katie Daryl, the upcoming 11-episode winter season promises even more laughs, surprises, and insightful anecdotes. Every episode will feature a rotating panel of rock superstars and music experts who discuss the top songs in a wide variety of entertaining categories.

Each week will present a different theme, skating into the season with “Top Ten Roller Rink Tunes” on January 13th. Other episodes include a 40th anniversary tribute of one of rock’s most important eras in “Epic Songs Of 1979” (January 20th), and a salute to some of music’s finest showmen in “Top Ten Crooners,” celebrating Tom Jones, Bing Crosby, and many more (January 27th); as well as “Guitar Gods We Lost” (February 10th); “70s Break Up Songs” just in time for Valentine’s Day (February 17th); a special Oscar Night edition highlighting “Songs That Remind You Of That Movie” (February 24th); “Epic Songs Of 1972” (March 3rd); “Country Karaoke Songs” (March 10th); “Double Studio Albums” (March 17); “60s Folks Songs” (March 24th); and “Drug Songs” (March 31st).

Joining Daryl this season is a star-studded roster of rock icons and experts, featuring returning favorites such as Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider; beloved rock showman—and star of AXS TV’s Real Money—Eddie Money; heavy metal guitar guru Lita Ford; original Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler; and Poison percussionist Rikki Rockett; as well as new guests such as legendary metal vocalist Sebastian Bach; guitar virtuoso John 5; Starship singer Mickey Thomas; Kevin Cronin from REO Speedwagon; and Toto co-founder Steve Porcaro, among many others.

“We’ve been having a great time filming these new episodes for season two of The Top Ten Revealed,” Daryl said. “This year promises to be even better than the last, packed with more episodes, more icons, more music, more insight, and even more of the hilarious—and sometimes outrageous—hijinks that made the first season so special.”

Author: Buddy Iahn

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