Eminem, Led Zeppelin profiled in AXS TV’s ‘Music’s Greatest Mysteries’

Pat Benatar, Quiet Riot, Billy Ray Cyrus, Kris Kristofferson and others are also featured

AXS TV’s Emmy-nominated investigative series Music’s Greatest Mysteries is back to shine a light on even more famous and infamous myths from music lore, as the program resumes its second season on Wednesday, August 24th at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT.

The series begins with six all-new episodes examining a total of 18 musical enigmas. The August 24th premiere features an intriguing entry that delves in-depth into the dark details of the death of Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones, the spooky similarities between Ray Parker Jr.’s “Ghostbusters” theme and the Huey Lewis hit “I Want A New Drug;” and whether or not President Trump’s Secret Service investigated Eminem.

Other topics include American Idol’s rigging allegations and Pat Benatar’s ultimate rock & roll love story on August 31st; John Lennon’s connection to the number nine and how Kris Kristofferson’s theft of a helicopter launched his career on September 7th; Patsy Cline’s prediction of her own death and Quiet Riot’s possible self-sabotage of their biggest hit on September 14th; the shocking tragedy of Keith Moon’s chauffeur and the answer to “Who Let The Dogs Out?” on September 21st; the wild story behind Billy Ray Cyrus’ smash single “Achy Breaky Heart” and Led Zeppelin’s connection with the occult on September 28th; and many more.

The new episodes also boast a roster of new and returning experts and commentators, who will be on-hand to provide first-hand knowledge and insight into the week’s featured topics. Highlights include SPIN Magazine founder Bob Guccione, Jr.; acclaimed record producer Willie Green; Harper’s Bazaar music writer Natalie Maher; and Filter guitarist Geno Lenardo; as well as noted rock expert Matt Pinfield, fan-favorite radio host Kat Corbett, legendary metal bassist Rudy Sarzo, famed rock groupie Pamela Des Barres, GRAMMY-winning musician Jack Ingram, and Rolling Stone rock critic Alan Light, among others.

Buddy Iahn
Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites. Email: info@themusicuniverse.com

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