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AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS
AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 2012 40TH ANNIVERSARY - 180 minutes, crystal 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 2 DVD 2011 AWARDS SHOW Christina Aguilera, Mark Anthony, The Band Perry, Justin Bieber, Mary J Blige, Chris Brown, Kelly Clarkson, Daughtry, Drake, David Guetta, Gym Class Heroes, Enrique Iglesias, Adam Levine, Lil Jon, LMFAO, Jennifer Lopez, Ludacris, Maroon 5, Nicki Minaj, One Republic, Katy Perry, Pitbull, Will I Am 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 2010 AWARDS SHOW Christina Aguilera, Justin Bieber, Black Eyed Peas, Bon Jovi, Miley Cyrus, Diddy-Dirty Money, Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull, Kesha, Kid Rock, Ne-Yo, New Kids On The Block, Backstreet Boys, Train, Katy Perry, Pink, Rihanna, Santana, Gavin Rossdale, Taylor Swift, Usher 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 2009 AWARDS SHOW Janet Jackson, Black Eyed Peas, Mary J. Blige, Kelly Clarkson, Daughtry, Eminem, 50 Cent, Green Day, Whitney Houston, So Shy, Jay Z, Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga, Adam Lambert, Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, Shakira, Timbaland, Nelly Furtado, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 2008 180 minutes, missing the last 2-3 minutes; hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and featuring Christina Aguilera, Beyonce, Natasha Bedingfield, Mariah Carey, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, The Fray, Jonas Brothers, Alicia Keys, Annie Lennox, Ne-Yo, Leona Lewis, Sarah McLachlan, New Kids On The Block, Pussycat Dolls, Pink, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Kanye West

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 2007 AWARDS SHOW Mary J. Blige, Chris Brown, Daughtry, Celine Dion, Duran Duran, Fergie, Rascal Flatts, Jonas Brothers, Alicia Keys, Lenny Kravitz, Avril Lavigne, Maroon 5, Rihanna, Nicole Scherzinger, Souljaboy, Sugarland, Will I. Am, Queen Latifah, Akon, and many others 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 2 DVD 2005 AWARDS SHOW Bow Wow, Mariah Carey, Kenny Chesney, Ciara, Sheryl Crow, Hilary Duff, Cyndi Lauper, Lindsay Lohan, Los Lonely Boys, Tim McGraw, Sarah McLachlan, Omarion, Gwen Stefani, Pharrell, Rascal Flatts, Santana, All American Rejects, Rob Thomas, Keith Urban, Eurythmics, Rolling Stones and Others 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 2 DVD 1/25/93 20th ANNUAL w/commercials, 180 minutes, hosted by BOBBY BROWN, GLORIA ESTEFAN, AND WYNONNA JUDD.... Since Michael Jackson was the first artist awarded with the International Artist Award, EDDIE MURPHY announced that it will be called as the Michael Jackson International Artist Award... with appearances or performances by MICHAEL JACKSON (OPENING PERFORMANCE), alabama, joan baez, pat benatar, mary j blige, michael bolton, bon jovi, boyz II men, garth brooks, brooks & dunn, peabo bryson, tevin campbell, natlie cole, billy ray cyrus, celine dion, en vogue, firehouse, mick fleetwood, john fogerty, lita ford, jerry garcia, debbie gibson, vince gill, amy grant, herbie hancock, alan jackson, michael jackson, jodeci, gladys knight, kriss kross, patti labelle, huey lewis, trey lorenz, mad cobra, richard marx, kathy mattea, reba mcentire, christine mcvie, metallica, eddie money, lorrie morgan, motley crew, mr big, shabba ranks, restless heart, run - dmc, carlos santana, sawyer brown, john secada, grace slick, michael w smith, patty smyth, stephen stills, elizabeth taylor, tlc, tanya tucker, ugly kid joe, robin williams, weird all yankovic, dwight yoakam

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 2 DVD 1/25/88 15th ANNUAL SHRINE AUDITORIUM LA w/commercials, co hosted by whitney houston, bee gees, mick fleetwood, smokey robinson and barbara mandrell, 180 minutes and featuring appearances or performances by gloria estefan & the miami sound machine, reba mcentire, olivia newton john, bon jovi, alabama, donny osmond, anita baker, stephen stills, janie fricke, randy travis, bangles, (interruption with a special report: ronald reagan's state of the union address... and the democratic response - nothing missed on the ama)... eric carmen, jennifer warren and bill medley (dirty dancing medley), jody watley, patrick swayze, kenny g, expose, lisa lisa & the cult jam, cher, ll cool j, cameo, natalie cole, herbie hancock, charlie pride, statler brothers

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 2 DVD 1987 140 minutes, hosted by diana ross and featuring anita baker, robert bell, stephen bishop, larry blackmon, belinda carlisle, peter cetera, chubby checker, natalie cole, earl thomas conley, billy davis jr, mac davis, el debarge, sheena easton, gloria & emilio estefan, mick fleetwood, four tops, forrester sisters, bob geldof, genesis, mickey gilley, herbie hancock, whitney houston, james ingram, janet jackson, rebbie jackson, elizabeth & leroy wolfgramm, the jordanaires, the judds, apollonia, cyndi lauper, huey lewis, lisa lisa, kenny loggins, gloria loring, melissa manchester, barbara mandrell, marilyn mccoo, meatloaf, roger miller, eddie money, the monkees, gary morris, anne murray, new edition, billy ocean, ricrd page, robert palmer, ray parker jr, peter paul & mary, anita pointer, lou rawls, run - d.m.c., ronnie spector, stephen stills, george strait, randy travis, tanya tucker, tina turner, billy vera, steve wariner, bruce willis, and dwight yoakam

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1986 140 minutes, hosted by diana ross and featuring aerosmith, a-ha, air supply, deborah allen, frankie avalon, joan baez, philip bailey, harry belafonte, larry blackmon, laura branigan, james brown, kim carnes, johnny cash, chevy chase, clarence clemmons, phil collins, commodores, rita coolidge, kevin cronin, roger daltry, martha davis, el debarge, bob dylan, shiela e, sheena easton, exile, fabian, david foster, aretha franklin, janie fricke, crystal gayle, bob geldof, amy grant, whitney houston, james ingram, freddie jackson, janet jackson, la toya jackson, marlon jackson, michael jackson, rebbie jackson, al jarreau, waylon jennings, kool and the gang, apollonia, kris kristofferson, peggy lee, julian lennon, little richard, kenny loggins, madonna, teena marie, paul mccartney, marilyn mccoo, mr mister, gary morris, michael martin murphey, anne murray, graham nash, willie nelson, the nelsons, new edition, billy ocean, jeffrey osborne, ray parker jr, john paar, teddy pendergrass, astrid plane & bill wadhams, prince, eddie rabbit, lou rawls, lionel ritchie, smokey robinson, bobby rydell, john schneider, gene simmons & paul stanley, grace slick & mickey thomas, stephen stills, tears for fears, pete townshend, gino vanneli, jack wagner, wang chung, fee waybill, wham, hank william jr, stevie wonder and weird al yankovic

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1985 140 minutes, hosted by lionel ritchie and featuring deborah allen, ashford & simpson, phillip bailey, stephen bishop, the beach boys, jerome benton, dale bozzio, laura branigan, kim carnes, kevin cronin, culture club, martha davis, morris day, shiela e, exile, janie ficke, peter garrett, larry gatlin, crystal gayle, mark gray, darryl hall & john oates, gus hardin, corey hart, james ingram, janet jackson, la toya jackson, rebbie jackson, al jarreau, jefferson starship's grace slick & mickey thomas, waylon jennings, quincy jones, the judds, gladys knight & the pips, apollonia, kool & the gang's robert bell, james "jt" taylor, patti labelle, cyndi lauper, julian lennon, huey lewis, kenny loggins, loretta lynn, madonna, barbara mandrell, teena marie, charly mcclain, juice newton, night ranger's jack blades and kelly kegy, billy ocean, jeffery osbourne, pointer sisters, prince & the revolution, john ritter, smokey robinson, kenny rodgers, diana ross, john schneider, tommy shaw, sissy spacek, rick springfield, richard sterban, stephin stills, tina turner, dwight twilley, conway twitty, vanity, jack wagoner, stevie wonder

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1984 featuring Bryan Adams, Air Supply, Debbie Allen, Gregg Allman, Razzy Bailey, Angela Bofill, Laura Branigan, Yul Brynner, Irene Cara, Richard Carpenter, Phil Collins, John Conlee, Earl Thomas, Culture Club, Charlie Daniels, Debarge, Sheena Easton, Mick Fleetwood, Jane Fonda, Janie Fricke, The Gap Band, Andy Gibb, Mickey Gilley, James Ingram, La Toya Jackson, Michael Jackson, Rick James, Quincy Jones, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Cyndi Lauper, Emmanuel Lewis, Kenny Loggins, Loverboy, Melissa Manchester, Paul McCartney, Charly McClain, Roddie McDowell, Barbara Mandrell, Barry Manilow, Mary Jane Girls, Billy Medley, Liza Minnelli, Michael Nesmith, Donny Osmond, Charley Pride, Lou Rawls, Kenny Rogers, Diana Ross, John Schneider, TG Sheppard, Grace Slick, Rick Springfield, Sylvia, BJ Thomas, Conway Twitty 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1983 featuring Patti Austin, Gary US Bonds, Laura Branigan, George Burns, Captain & Tennille, Charlene, John Couger, Mac Davis, Sheena Easton, Aretha Franklin, The Gap Band, Marvin Gaye, Crystal Gayle, Mickey Gilley, Go Go's, Hall & Oates, James Ingram, Janet Jackson, Rick James, Evelyn King, Johnny Lee, Kenny Loggins, Melissa Manchester, Barry Manilow, Charley McClain, Marilyn McCoo, Roger Miller, Willie Nelson, Olivia Newton John, Oak Ridge Boys, Tony Orlando, Ray Parker Jr., Lou Rawls, Helen Reddy, Lionel Richie, Kenny Rogers, Marianne Rogers, Mitch Ryder, TG Sheppard, Grace Slick, Statler Brothers, The Stray Cats, Sylvia, Toto, Dottie West, Denise Williams, Moon Zappa 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1982 featuring Air Supply, Alabama, Susan Anton, Scott Baio, Bee Gees, Gary US Bonds, Teresa Brewer, Glen Campbell, Carl Carlton, Ray Charles, Chubby Checker, Sheena Easton, Ella Fitzgerald, Larry Gatlin + Gatlin Brothers, Anthony Geary, Andy Gibb, Barry Gibb, Mickey Gilley, Rick James, Quincy Jones, Chaka Khan, Kool and the Gang, Stacy Lattisaw, Johnny Lee, Little River Band, Lulu, Teena Marie, Paul McCartney, Stephanie Mills, Ronnie Milsap, Juice Newton, Olivia Newton John, Ray Parker Jr., Ray Price, Lou Rawls, Lionel Richie, Smokey Robinson, Kenny Rogers, Diana Ross, Del Shannon, TG Sheppard, Frankie Smith, Rick Springfield, Stephen Stills, Charlene Tilton, Whispers, Stevie Wonder 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1981 100 minutes, hosted by mac davis, crystal gayle and teddy pendergrass and featuring susan anton, bobby bare, barbi benton, captain & tennille, dick clark, john cougar, mary crosby, lacy j dalton, greg evigan, andy gibb, mickey gilley, larry graham, latoya jackson, michael jackson, chaka kahn, the kendalls, b.b. king, fred knoblock, johnny lee, jerry lee lewis, kenny loggins, mike love, ronnie mcdowell, barbara mandrell, stephanie mills, ted nugent, o'jays, johnny paycheck, peaches & herb, bonnie pointer, charley pride, queen's john deacon & roger taylor, lou rawls, helen reddy, johnny rivers, father guido sarducci, john schneider, grace slick, rod stewart, tierra, and brian wilson

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1980 featuring Chuck Berry, Pat Boone, Peabo Bryson, Captain & Tennille, Lynda Carter, Charo, Cheap Trick, Natalie Cole, Charlie Daniels, Greg Evigan, Leif Garrett, Lary Gatlin, Andy Gibb, Lionel Hampton, Rupert Holmes, Michael Jackson, Rick James, Elton John, Robert John, KC & The Sunshine Band, Kool & The Gang, Nicolette Larson, Brenda Lee, Peggy Lee, Henry Mancini, Barry Manilow, Dave Mason, Meatloaf, Rick Nelson, Peaches & Herb, Bernadette Peters, Bonnie Pointer, Charley Pride, Kenny Rogers, John Schneider, Doc Severinsen, Sly Stone, Mel Torme, Tanya Tucker, Bobby Vinton, Dionne Warwick, Dottie West, Ann & Nancy Wilson 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1979 featuring Bee Gees, Billy Joel, Barry Manilow, Olivia Newton John, Donna Summer, Barbra Streisand, Kenny Rogers, Village People, Cheap Trick, Supertramp, The Knack, Rod Stewart, Crystal Gayle, Frankie Valli, Helen Reddy, Heatwave, Glen Campbell, Led Zeppelin, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Barbara Mandrell, Dolly Parton, Oak Ridge Boys, Dottie West, Statler Brothers, Eddie Rabbitt, Michael Jackson, Rick James, Teddy Pendergrass, Gloria Gaynor, Stephanie Mills, Chic, Commodores, Earth, Wind & Fire, Kool & The Gang, Peaches & Herb, Cheech & Chong 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1978 featuring Barbi Benton, Chuck Berry, Cab Calloway, Glen Campbell, Captain & Tennille, Rosemary Clooney, Commodores, Quinn Cummings, Rick Danko, Dave & Sugar, Mike Douglass, Donna Fargo, Arthur Fiedler, David Gates, Marvin Gaye, Andy Gibb, Mickey Gilley, Cary Guffey, Bob Keeshan, Kiss, Barry Manilow, Al Martino, Dave Mason, Rick Nelson, Tony Orlando, Dolly Parton, Stella Parton, Charley Pride, Lou Rawls, Kenny Rogers, Dinah Shore, David Soul, Leslie Uggams, Rudy Vallee, Frankie Valli, Ben Vereen, Jimmie Walker, Bob Welch, Barry White, Nancy Wilson, Stevie Wonder 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1977 featuring Steve Allen, Herb Alpert, Fred Barry, Captain & Tennille, Glen Campbell, Charo, Roy Clark, John Denver, E.L.O., Lola Falana, Freddy Fender, Eddie Fisher, Peter Frampton, Merv Griffin, Lani Hall, Florence Henderson, Michael Jackson, The Jacksons, KC & The Sunshine Band, Kris Kristofferson, Loretta Lynn, Mary MacGregor, CW McCall, Keith Moon, Donny & Marie Osmond, Dolly Parton, Michelle Phillips, Charlie Pride, Lou Rawls, Seals & Crofts, Doc Severinsen, Conway Twitty, Ben Vereen, Bobby Vinton, Dionne Warwick, Anson Williams, Ron Wood 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1976 featuring James Brown, George Burns, Captain & Tennille, The Carpenters, Vic Damone, Michael Jackson, Gene Kelly, Rich Little, Loggins & Messina, Melissa Manchester, Roger Miller, The Ohio Players, Tony Orlando & Dawn, Donny Osmond, Marie Osmond, Patti Page, Minnie Riperton, Neil Sedaka, Dinah Shore, Kate Smith, David Soul, Donna Summer, Mel Tillis, Brenda Vaccaro, Frankie Valli, Ben Vereen, Dionne Warwick, Tex Williams, Bill Withers, Stevie Wonder 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1975 featuring Pat Boone, The Carpenters, Ray Charles, Roy Clark, Clifton Davis, Mac Davis, Sandy Duncan, Al Green, Merle Haggard, Thelma Houston, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, Sally Kellerman, Loretta Lynn, Johnny Mathis, Olivia Newton John, The O'Jays, Donny Osmond, Marie Osmond, Pointer Sisters, Billy Preston, Charley Pride, Helen Reddy, Charlie Rich, Minnie Ripperton, Smokey Robinson, Diana Ross, Sly Stone, Jim Stafford, Connie Stevens, Ray Stevens, Lily Tomlin, Diana Trask, Conway Twitty, Jimmie Walker, Paul Williams, Stevie Wonder 

AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1974 featuring Roger Miller, Helen Reddy, Smokey Robinson, Lynn Anderson, Lucie Arnez, Chuck Berry, Albert Brooks, Jack Burns, Avery Schreiber, Vicki Carr, Mac Davis, Phyllis Diller, Sandy Duncan, Roberta Flack, Bobbie Gentry, Bobby Goldsboro, Al Green, David Hartman, Dick Haymes, Michael Jackson, Gladys Knight & the Pips, The Lennon Sisters, Henry Mancini, Ed McMahon, Babara McNair, Tony Orlando & Dawn, Donny Osmond, Rodney Allen, Ricky Segall, Conway Twitty, Karen Valentine, Paul Williams, Stevie Wonder 

CMT MUSIC AWARDS 
COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS 2 DVD 2012 AWARDS SHOW CMT Lady Antebellum, Toby Keith, Luke Bryan, Willie Nelson, Rascal Flatts, Journey, Carrie Underwood, Lauren Alaina, Zac Brown Band, Casey James, Pistol Annies, Jana kramer, The Band Perry, Brad Paisley, Hank Williams Jr., Little Big Town, Scotty McCreery, Jamey Johnson, Darius Rucker, The Farm, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Kip Moore + Red Carpet Show 

CMT COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS 2 DVD 2012 INCLUDES RED CARPET 240 minutes, crystal 

CMT COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS 2 DVD 2012 AWARDS SHOW CMT, INCLUDES RED CARPET --crystal, 180 minutes,  Lady Antebellum, Toby Keith, Luke Bryan, Willie Nelson, Rascal Flatts, Journey, Carrie Underwood, Lauren Alaina, Zac Brown Band, Casey James, Pistol Annies, Jana kramer, The Band Perry, Brad Paisley, Hank Williams Jr., Little Big Town, Scotty McCreery, Jamey Johnson, Darius Rucker, The Farm, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Kip Moore + Red Carpet Show

CMT CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL 1 DVD NASHVILLE 2012 2012 180 minutes, crystal, Carrie Underwood, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Kix Brooks, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert, Hunter Hayes, Faith Hill, Alan Jackson, Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Martina McBride, Scotty McCreery, Jake Owen, Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, Blake Shelton, The Band Perry, Keith Urban, Hank Williams Jr., Zac Brown Band

CMT MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 6/8/11 + ONE FULL HOUR OF RED CARPET EXTRAS before the show... featuring Taylor Swift, The Band Perry, Shania Twain, Zac Brown Band, Luke Bryan, Sugarland, Lady Antebellum, Mary Steenburgen, Big & Rich, Justin Bieber, Ron White, Rascal Flatts, Martina McBride, Kristen Chenoweth, Jason Aldean, Sheryl Crow, Sara Evans, Laura Bell Bundy, Ricky Schroeder, and many more! 


CMT MUSIC AWARDS 2 DVD CMA COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS 2010 INCLUDES CMT RED CARPET, crystal, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley,Zac Brown Band, Kenny Chesney, Kelly Clarkson, Sheryl Crow, Vince Gill, Alan Jackson, Kid Rock, Lady Antebellum, Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert, Gweneth Paltrow, Rascal Flatts, Reba McEntire, Blake Shelton, George Strait, Sugarland, Keith Urban 


CMT MUSIC AWARDS 2 DVD 2009 INCLUDES THE RED CARPET SHOW 230 minutes, excellent / crystal picture..Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker, Def Leppard, Dierks Bently,Jason Aldean, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Kellie Pickler,Sugarland, Taylor Swift, Toby Keith, Trace Adkins, Racal Flatts,Alison Krauss, Billy Currington, Carter Twins, Eli Young Band,Eric Church, Gloriana, Heidi Newfield, Jason Michael Carroll,Joey & Rory, Julianne Hough, Kid Rock, Luke Wilson,Martina McBride, Naomi Judd, Ted Nugent & others....HIGHLY RECOMMENDED..MUST HAVE FOR FANS 

MUSIC CITY NEWS COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS 6 DVD 1978 - 1983

EXCELLENT / CRYSTAL PICTURE 


...Beginning in 1967, the Music City News Awards were presented yearly by the now-defunct Music City News magazine. In 1988, The Nashville Network (TNN) began a fan-voted awards show, dubbed the Viewers' Choice Awards, to help the network celebrate its fifth anniversary. In 1990, the two awards shows merged to become the TNN/Music City News Country Awards.The TNN contract with Music City News ended in 1999, and the magazine ceased publication shortly thereafter. Country Weekly would assume the role of presenting sponsor of the awards show in 2000, and the show was known as Country Weekly presents the TNN Music Awards. In 2001, as TNN began to phase out its association with country music, the decision was made to shift the awards show to sister network CMT. The 2001 show was simulcast on both networks and was called the TNN/CMT Country Weekly Music Awards. When the show moved permanently to CMT, Country Weekly ended its brief association with the production. During this era, viewers would vote for the nominees by telephone or mail, in traditional categories such as "Entertainer of the Year", "Male/Female Artist of the Year", "Song of the Year", etc. Most of the categories mirrored those of the CMA Awards and ACM Awards, except all awards were fan-voted.The awards show was completely retooled in 2002 to become the CMT Flameworthy Video Music Awards. The show became more production-based, rather than awards-based, and was modeled after sister network MTV's Video Music Awards. In the process, the traditional awards were shifted to honor specifically the music videos of country artists. The "Flameworthy" name was coined by program development vice president Kaye Zusmann.The show included several non-traditional categories highlighting especially funny, sexy, or patriotic videos, however these categories were phased out over the years. The show further differentiated itself from the CMA and ACM Awards by showcasing bluegrass performers such as Alison Krauss and Earl Scruggs.In 2003, the show was moved to April, but returned to June in 2009 to coincide with the CMA Music Festival (the renamed "Fan Fair") and the influx of tourists to Nashville, as well as capitalizing on a time when many of the artists would already be in Nashville at once.The name of the show was changed to CMT Music Awards in 2005, although the format remained largely the same as in previous years


MUSIC CITY NEWS COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 12TH ANNUAL 1978 , HOSTED BY MEL TILLIS, LYNN ANDERSON AND THE STATLER BROTHERS,  pro shot, crystal..performances by mel tillis, dave and sugar, tom t hall, brush arbor, jim ed brown & helen cornelius, lynn anderson, archie campbell, buck trent, wendy holcombe, rex allen jr, the oak ridge boys, the kendalls, statler brothers, stella parton and larry gatlin..1978 living legends founder award ernest tubb 


MUSIC CITY NEWS COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 13TH ANNUAL 1979 HOSTED BY BARBARA MANDRELL, LARRY GATLIN, AND THE STATLER BROTHERS, pro shot, crystal..performances by bill walker orchestra, larry gatlin & the gatlin brothers, dave & sugar, ronnie mcdowell, jim ed brown & helen cornellus, wendy holcombe, buck trent, cotton eyed joe, dancers 8, mickey gilley, lorretta lynn, statler brothers, eddie rabbitt, jane fricke, conway twitty - 1979 living legends award : pee wee king


MUSIC CITY NEWS COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 14TH ANNUAL 1980  HOSTED BY RAY STEVENS, LYNN ANDERSON & THE STATLER BROTHERS, pro shot, crystal..performances by ray stevens, dave & sugar, buck trent & wendy holcombe, b.j. thomas, moe bandy and joe stampley, lynn anderson, jerry clower, marty robbins, dancers 8, larry gatlin & the statler brothers, the statler brothers, charly mcclain,t.g. sheppard, babara mandrell, conway twitty. 

MUSIC CITY NEWS COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 15TH ANNUAL 1981 HOSTED BY ROY CLARK, TAMMY WYNETTE AND THE STATLER BROTHERS, pro shot, crystal.. performances by lester "roadhog" moran & the cadillac cowboys & the statler brothers with roy clark & tammy wynette, roy clark, louise mandrell & r.c. bannon, alabama, mickey gilley, tammy wynette, oak ridge boys, johnny lee, statler brothers, terri gibbs, marty robbins, barbara mandrell, conway twitty


MUSIC CITY NEWS COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 16TH ANNUAL 1982 HOSTED STATLER BROTHERS, LOUISE MANDRELL, ED BRUCE , pro shot, crystal.. performances by the statler brothers, david fizzell & shelly west, sylvia, t.g. sheppard, marty robbins, barbara mandrell, ed bruce, oak ridge boys, louise mandrell, boxcar willie, janie fricke, conway twitty


MUSIC CITY NEWS COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 17TH 1983  HOSTED STATLER BROTHERS, LOUISE MANDRELL, JANIE FRICKE, pro shot, crystal.. performances by statler brothers, alabama, louise mandrell, david frizzell & shelly west, ricky scaggs, janie fricke, oak ridge boys, barbara mandrell, lee greenwood, loretta lynn, conway twitty

GRAMMY AWARDS
GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 2012 -- AWARD CEREMONY --3 ADDITIONAL DVD RED CARPET /WHITNEY TRIBUTE AVAIL (VARIOUS CHANNELS DUE TO WHITNEY DEATH) --crystal 210 minutes

GRAMMY NOMINATIONS CONCERT 1 DVD FOR 2012 NOKIA THEATER LA 11/30/11 60 minutes, excellent picture... HOST LL COOL J, Lady gaga (solo and with sugerland), Rihanna, the Band Perry, Jason Aldean, Ludacris, Grandmaster Flash, raps supplied by Common, original Furious Five members Melle Mel and Scorpio, and GRAMMY winner Lupe Fiasco, recently deceased songwriters Nick Ashford and Jerry Leiber were honored with a performance by their respective partners, Valerie Simpson and Mike Stoller. Simpson and Stoller were joined by Usher, who crooned. In and around these spectacular performances were stars such as Minaj, Mars, TV star Taraji P. Henson, and Katy Perry. 

GRAMMY AWARDS SHOW 2 DVD 2011 INCLUDES E! RED CARPET, crystal, full show, ...Lady Gaga, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Hudson, Martina McBride,Florence Welch, Yolanda Adams, Aretha Franklin, Miranda Lambert,Muse, B.o.B., Bruno Mars, Janelle Monae, Justin Bieber, Jaden Smith,Usher, Mumford & Sons, Bob Dylan, The Avett Brothers, Lady Antebellum,Cee-Lo Green, Gwyneth Paltro, Katy Perry, John Mayer, Norah Jones,Keith Urban, Eminem, Adam Levine, Rihanna, Dr. Dre, Skylar Grey,Mick Jagger, Barbra Streisand, Drake, Arcade Fire, Raphael Saadiq andmany others

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 2010 AWARDS SHOW 210 minutes, excellent crystal... the following performed: Artist(s) Song(s) Lady Gaga, Elton John "Poker Face", "Speechless", "Your Song", Green Day, Cast of American Idiot "21 Guns", Beyoncé "If I Were a Boy", "You Oughta Know", Pink "Glitter in the Air", Black Eyed Peas "Imma Be", "I Gotta Feeling", Lady Antebellum "Need You Now", Jamie Foxx, T-Pain, Slash, Doug E. Fresh "Blame It", Zac Brown Band, Leon Russell "America the Beautiful", "Dixie Lullaby", "Chicken Fried", Taylor Swift, Stevie Nicks, Butch Walker "Today Was a Fairytale", "Rhiannon", "You Belong With Me", Tribute to Michael Jackson, Celine Dion, Usher, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson, Smokey Robinson "Earth Song", Bon Jovi, Jennifer Nettles "We Weren't Born to Follow", "Who Says You Can't Go Home", "Livin' on a Prayer", David Foster, Mary J. Blige, Andrea Bocelli "Bridge Over Troubled Water", Dave Matthews Band "You and Me", Maxwell, Roberta Flack "Pretty Wings"/"Where Is the Love", Tribute to Les Paul, Jeff Beck, Imelda May "How High the Moon", Drake, Lil Wayne, Eminem, Travis Barker "Drop the World", "Forever" 

GRAMMY AWARDS NOMINATIONS CONCERT 1 DVD NOKIA THEATER LA 2010 (for 2011 awards) 60 minutes, crystal... hosts LL COOL JAY AND KATY PERRY, with performances by bruno mars, justin bieber, vob, miranda lambert, and train 

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD GRAMMY AWARDS 2009 NOMINATIONS LIVE CONCERT EVENT 2008 60 minutes, crystal picture... Foo Fighter, John Mayer, B.B. King, Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Taylor Swift, Christina Aguilera, L.L. Cool J

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 2009 AWARDS SHOW... U2, Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, Carrie Underwood, Justin Timberlake, Kid Rock, Jonas Brothers, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, T.I., Jay Z, Lil Wayne, Kayne West, Sugarland, Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, Neil Diamond, B.B. King & many others... excellent picture

GRAMMY AWARDS 3 DVD 2009 RED CARPET FROM E CHANNEL, CBS -- LOTS OF TRIBUTE COVERAGE TO THE DEATH OF WHITNEY HOUSTON 2 DAYS BEFORE - DISC 1 ALL WHITNEY E CHANNEL COUNTDOWN TO THE RED CARPET - 75 minutes, DISC 2 & 3 E RED CARPET -2 MORE HOURS--

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 2008 GOLDEN 50th ANNIVERSARY SHOW -- COMPLETE -- Performances By: The cast of Across the Universe, Alicia Keys, Amy Winehouse (via satellite from London), Andrea Bocelli, Ann Marie Calhoun (My Grammy Moment winner), Aretha Franklin, BeBe Winans, Beyonce, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, The cast of Cirque du Soleil Love, Daft Punk, Dave Koz, Eldar, Feist, Fergie, Foo Fighters, Frank Sinatra, Herbie Hancock, Israel and New Breed, Jerry Lee Lewis, John Fogerty, John Legend, John Mayer, John Paul Jones, Josh Groban, Kanye West, Keely Smith, Kid Rock, Lang Lang, Little Richard, Rihanna, The Clark Sisters, The Madison Bumblebees, The Time, Tina Turner, Trin-i-tee 5:7)

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 2007 AWARDS SHOW, COMPLETE 210 MINUTES... performances by: The Police, John Mayer, Red Hot Chili Peppers,Mary J. Blige, Dixie Chicks, Gnarls Barkley, Shakira, Justin Timberlake,Smokey Robinson, Lionel Richie, Carrie Underwood and many others...

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 2005 AWARDS SHOW (Black Eyed Peas-Let's Get It Started/ Gwen Stefani & Eve-If I Was A Rich Girl/ Los Lonely Boys-Heaven/ Maroon5-This Love/ Franz Ferdinand-Take Me Out/ Alicia Keyes-If I Ain't Got You/ Alicia Keyes & Jamie Foxx-Georgia On My Mind/ U2-Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own/ Marc Antony & Jennifer Lopez-Escapemonos/ Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, Gretchen Wilson & Lynyrd Skynrd Tribute to Ronnie Van Zandt/ Queen Latifah-?/ Green Day-American Idiot/ Kanye West, Blind Boys Of Alabama & John Legend-Tribute to The Staples Singers/ Joss Stone-Cry Baby/ Melissa Etheridge-Piece Of My Heart/ Tim McGraw-Live Like You Were Dying/ John Mayer-Daughters/ Various Artists Backed By Velvet Revolver-Across The Universe/ Usher-Caught Up/ James Brown-Sex Machine/ Bonnie Raitt with Billy Preston-Do I Ever Cross Your Mind..has a menu/select option...excellent / crystal picture.. 

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 2004 GRAMMY AWARDS SHOW + 2/29/04 OSCARS... Prince & Beyonce-Purple Rain/Baby I'm A Star/Let's Go Crazy, Sting, Vince Gill, Dave Mathews & Pharrell Williams-I Saw Her Standing There, Christina Aguilera-Beautiful, White Stripes-Seven Nation Army/Death Letter, Martina McBride-Concrete Angel, Alicia Keys-?, Celine Dion-Dance With My Father , Sting & Sean Paul-Roxanne, Justin Timberlake with Arturo Sandoval-Senorita, Black Eyed Peas-Where Is The Love?, Beyonce-Dangerously In Love, Earth,Wind & Fire-Shining Star, EW&F with Outkast-I Like The Way You Move, EW&F with Robert Randolph & the Family Band-I Need More Love Everyday, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic-Give Up The Funk, Foo Fighters with Chick Corea-Times Like These, Sarah MacLachlan with Allison Krause-Fallen, Outkast-Hey Ya..has a menu/select option...ALSO HAS 2/29/04 OSCARS ON IT...excellent / crystal picture.. 

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 2002 44th ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS SHOW... Simon & Garfunkel, No Doubt, Norah Jones, Faith Hill, John Mayer, James Taylor, Dixie Chicks, Coldplay, Avril Lavigne, Nelly, Bruce Springsteen, Eminem, Sheryl Crow, Kid Rock, Vanessa Carlton, New York Philharmonic, Allstar Band...excellent / crystal picture.. has a menu/select option

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 2001 43rd ANNUAL AWARDS SHOW... Madonna, U2, NSYNC, Destiny's Child, Paul Simon, Faith Hill, Sheryl Crow, Shelby Lynne, Moby, Jill Scott, Blue Man Group, Macy Gray, Elton John, Eminem, Brad Paisley, Dolly Parton, Christina Aguilera, Marc-André Hamelin..excellent / crystal picture and sound..has a menu/select option

GRAMMY AWARDS 2 DVD 2/24/99 41st ANNUAL AWARDS SHOW SHRINE AUDITORIUM LA 180 minutes, excellent picture with commercials... HOSTED BY ROSIE ODONNELL, with performances or appearances by madonna (1st performance ever on grammys), aerosmith, backsteet boys, beck, clint black, mary j blige, andrea bocelli, bono, brandy, foxy brown, eric clapton, natalie cole, sean puffy combs, billy corgan, sheryl crow, celine dion, dixie chicks, missy misdemeanor elliot, gloria estefan, john fogerty, david foster, kirk franklin & the nu nation project, vince gill, faith hill, lauryn hill, james horner, whitney houston, b.b. king, gerard levert, crystal lewis, jennifer lopez, george lucas, shirley manson, wynton marsalis, ricky martin, martina mcbride, sarah mclachlan, monica, alanis morissette, luciano pavarotti, jada pinkette-smith, carlos santana, jerry seinfeld, brian setzer, jimmy smits, sting, clark terry, chris tucker, shania twain, and john williams 

GRAMMY AWARDS 2 DVD 2/25/98 40th ANNUAL AWARDS SHOW RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL NYC 180 minutes, excellent picture with commercials... HOSTED BY KELSEY GRAMMER, with performances or appearances by will smith, fiona apple, erykah badu, blues brothers, boyz II men, deana carter, coko & swv, paulo cole, shawn colvin, sean puffy combs, bill cosby, sheryl crow, danny devito, celine dion, bob dylan, kenneth babyface edmonds, missy misdemeanor elliot, gloroa estefan, fleetwood mac, john fogerty, aretha franklin, vince gill, hanson, faith hill, julio iglesias, wyclef jean, jewel, r kelly, diana krall, patti labelle, tara lipinski, ll cool j, christian mcbride, tim mcgraw, sarah mclachlan, bette midler, mike myers, luciano pavarotti, nicholas payton, leann rimes, marcus roberts, chris rock, sting, clark terry, usher, hezekiah walker & the love fellowship chior, andy williams, vanessa williams, stevie wonder and dwight yoakam

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1997 39TH ANNUAL AWARDS SHOW MSG NYC, excellent picture & sound, slight jiggle... Bonnie Raitt, Sheila E, Shawn Colvin, Chaka Khan, Eric Clapton, Babyface, No Doubt, Celine Dion, Vince Gill, Tracey Chapman, Smashing Pumpkins, Riverdance, Bruce Springsteen, Herbie Hancock, Natalie Cole, Whitney Houston, Mary J. Blige, Brandy

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1996 AWARDS SHOW... Boys II Men, Hootie & The Blowfish, TLC, Dwight Yoakam, Shania Twain, Coolio, Alanis Morissette, Joan Osbourne,D'Angelo, Babyface, Seal, Cece Winans, Whitney Houston, Annie Lennox

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1995 180 minutes, crystal, Bruce Springsteen, Sheryl Crow, Salt N' Pepa, Seal, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Rollins Band, Boyz II Men, Tony Bennett, Melissa Etheridge, John Michael, Montgomery, Babyface, Bonnie Raitt, Crosby, Stills & Nash

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1994 AWARDS SHOW PLUS MORE 60 minutes total... PERFORMANCES WITH Aerosmith, Bono, Frank Sinatra, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, Bonnie Raitt, BB King, Steve Winwood, Sting... ALSO INCLUDES ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME 1998... performances by santana, mamas and papas, john fogerty, eagles, jimmy buffett... excellent / crystal picture for both

GRAMMY AWARDS 2 DVD 2/21/90 32nd ANNUAL AWARDS SHOW SHRINE AUDITORIUM LA 220 minutes w/commercials, vg with some grain... HOSTED BY GARY SHANDLING, with performances or appearances by billy joel, paula abdul, anita baker, harolyn blackwell, michael bolton, ray charles, natalie cole, rodney crowell, miles davis, taylor dayne, d.j. jazzy jeff & the fresh prince (will smith), gloria estefan & the miami sound machine, melissa etheridge, expose, fine young cannibals, ella fitzgerald, kenny g, herbie hancock, don henley, john lee hooker, bruce hornsby, bb king, sam kinison, kris kristofferson, k.d. lang, branford marsalis, paul mccartney, bette midler, jula migenis, mike & the mechanics, milli vanilli, motley crue, aaron nelville, new kids on the block, olivia newton john, the nitty gritty dirt band, bonnie raitt, lou reed, linda ronstadt, bob seger, dave stewart, sting, meryl streep, patrick swayze, rany travis, stevie wonder, dwight yoakum and young mc

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1989 31st ANNUAL 2/22/89 SHRINE AUDITORIUM LOS ANGELES CA... Record of the Year: Linda Goldstein & Bobby McFerrin - Don't Worry, Be Happy; Album of the Year: George Michael - Faith; Song of the Year: Bobby McFerrin - Don't Worry, Be Happy; Best New Artist: Tracy Chapman... plus more! 

GRAMMY AWARDS 2 DVD 3/2/88 30th ANNUAL AWARDS SHOW RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL NYC 186 minutes w/commercials, excellent picture... HOSTED BY BILLY CRYSTAL, with performances or appearances by whitney houston, steve allen, the angels, herb albert, emanuel ax, anita baker, george benson, ruben blades, the cadillacs, cab calloway, belinda carlisle, rosanne cash, betsy cook, andrae crouch, sandra crouch, clia cruz, terence trent d'arby, miles davis, dion dimucci, gloria estefan, roberta flack, the flamingos, kenny g. , siedah garrett, herbie hancock, lena horne, michael jackson, al jarreau, billy joel, quincey jones, le vert , little richard, los lobos, bobby mcferrin, richard marx, jackie mason, marcus miller, liza minnelli, roy orbison, k. t. oslin, buster poindexter, tito puente, lou reed, the regents, restless heart, robbie robertson, diana ross, run-d.m.c., david sanborn, bob seger, george strait, patrick swayze, lionda thimpson, randy travis, suzanne vega, tata vega, jody watley, joe williams, steven wright and dwight yoakam

GRAMMY AWARDS 2 DVD 1987 29th ANNUAL AWARDS SHOW... THERE was a sweet symmetry to Tuesday evening's broadcast of ''The 29th Annual Grammy Awards.'' The show began on CBS at 8 with Paul Simon and a group of black South African musicians doing a song from ''Graceland,'' an album they made together last year. Winners of the pop producer of the year award, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Christopher Parkening, the classical guitarist, and Kathleen Battle, the soprano, for an interpretation of ''Ave Maria.'' Mr. Simon, Robert Palmer, Steve Winwood, Peter Gabriel. Established veterans were prominent. Barbra Streisand won for her ''Broadway Album,'' Burt Bacharach fought back tears after winning for ''That's What Friends Are For,'' a song written with Carole Bayer Sager and used to raise money - $750,000 so far - to help find a cure for AIDS. Among the sprinkling of younger faces, a group called the Beastie Boys did its best to be outrageous while presenting an award. Robert Cray was about the only new face in a rousing blues session featuring B. B. King, Albert King, Willie Dixon and Etta James. And a British group called Simply Red ventured alone into testy political waters with a bluesy song about money.

GRAMMY AWARDS 2 DVD 2/25/86 28th ANNUAL AWARDS SHOW SHRINE AUDITORIUM LA 206 minutes, vg picture with slight grain, with commercials... HOSTED BY KENNY RODGERS, PERFORMANCES OR APPEARANCES BY STING, A - HA (1st live performance ever), TOSHIKO AKIYOSHI, HERB ALBERT, JAMES BLACKWOOD, RUBEN BLADES, KENNY BURRELL, GARY BURTON, KIM CARNES, RON CARTER, ERIC CLAPTON, STANLEY CLARKE, PHIL COLLINS & HIS HOT TUB CLUB, BILLY CRYSTAL, EL DEBARGE, SHEENA EASTON, JON FADDIS, ROBERTA FLACK, DIZZY GILLESPIE, WHOOPI GOLDBERG, BENNY GOODMAN, HERBIE HANCOCK, EMMYLOU HARRIS, WHITNEY HOUSTON, BOBBY HUTCHESON, QUINCY JONES, STANLEY JORDEN, BB KING, GLADYS KNIGHT, KRIS KRISTOFFERSON, JULIAN LENNON, HUEY LEWIS, LITTLE STEVEN, KENNY LOGGINS, REBA MCENTIRE, BOBBY MCFERRIN, THE MAHANTTAN TRANSFER, ROGER MILLER, RONNIE MILSAP, MARTIN MULL, GERRY MULLIGAN, RICHARD PAGE, CARL PERKINS, THE ROLLING STONES, LINDA RONSTADT, DAVID SANBORN, GRACE SLICK, STARSHIP, BARBARA STREISAND, JAMES TAYLOR, SARAH VAUGHAN, DIONNE WARWICK, JOE WILLIAMS, TONY WILLIAMS, STEVIE WONDER

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1985 27th ANNUAL 2/26/85 SHRINE AUDITORIUM LOS ANGELES CA... Record of the Year: Terry Britten & Tina Turner - What's Love Got To Do With It; Album of the Year: James Anthony Carmichael & Lionel Richie - Can't Slow Down; Song of the Year: Terry Britten & Graham Lyle - What's Love Got To Do With It (performed by Tina Turner); Best New Artist: Cyndi Lauper... plus more! 

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 2/28/84 26th ANNUAL AWARDS SHOW 127 minutes, excellent picture with commercials edited... THIS WAS THE YEAR THAT MICHAEL JACKSON WAS GETTING ALL THE AWARDS FOR THRILLER; HOSTED BY JOHN DENVER, PERFORMANCES BY DONNA SUMMER - SHE WORKS HARD THE MONEY, BONNIE TYLER - TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE HEART, CHUCK BERRY & GEORGE THOROGOOD & CHUCK BERRY TOGETHER, EURTHYMICS (ANNIE DRESSED AS ELVIS) - SWEET DREAMS, PHIL DRISCOLL, ALBERTINA WALKER, LINDA RONSTADT, HERBIE HANCOCK, OAK RIDGE BOYS, SHEENA EASTON, IRENE CARA - FLASHDANCE 

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1983 25th ANNUAL 2/23/83 SHRINE AUDITORIUM LOS ANGELES CA... Record of the Year: Toto - Rosanna; Album of the Year: Toto - Toto IV; Song of the Year: Johnny Christopher, Mark James & Wayne Carson - Always On My Mind (performed by Willie Nelson); Best New Artist - Met At Work... plus more! 

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1982 24th ANNUAL 2/24/82 SHRINE AUDITORIUM LOS ANGELES CA... Record of the Year: Val Garay & Kim Carnes - Bette Davis Eyes; Album of the Year: Jack Douglas, John Lennon & Yoko Ono - Double Fantasy; Song of the Year: Donna Weiss & Jackie De Shannon - Bette Davis Eyes (performed by Kim Carnes); Best New Artist: Sheena Easton... plus more! 

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1981 AWARDS SHOW FROM RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL NYC 115 minutes, vg / excellent picture... HOSTED BY PAUL SIMON WITH PETER ALLEN, HARRY BELAFONTE, JAMES BLACKWOOD, JUDITH BLEGEN, SAMMY CAHN, IRENE CARA, HARRY CHAPIN, REV JAMES CLEVELAND, JUDY COLLINS, THE COMMODORES, CHRISTOPHER CROSS, RODNEY DANGERFIELD, PLACIDO DOMINGO, DOOBIE BROTHERS, ROBERTS FLACK, ARETHA FRANKLIN, ANDY GIBB, BARRY GIBB, MICKEY GILLEY AND THE URBAN COWBOY BAND, WOODY HERMAN, AL JARREAU, GEORGE JONES, EARTHA KITT, KRIS KRISTOFFERSON, KENNY LOGGINS, THE LORDS PRAYER, PATTI LUPONE, CHUCK MANGIONE, MANHATTAN TRANSFER, ANNE MURRAY, OLIVIA NEWTON JOHN, OAK RIDGE BOYS, CHARLEY PRIDE, LIONEL RITCHIE, DIANA ROSS, BARBARA STREISAND, B. J. THOMAS, CONWAY TWITTY, AND DIONNE WARWICK

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1979 AWARDS SHOW FROM LOS ANGELES, HOSTED BY JOHN DENVER... WITH STEVEN BISHOP, EUBIE BLAKE, DEBBIE BOONE, ALICIA BRIDGES, GLEN CAMPBELL, NATALIE COLE, RITA COOLIDGE, NEIL DIAMOND, ANDY GIBB, IMPERIALS, QUINCY JONES, KRIS KRISTOFFERSON, BARBARA MANDRELL, CHUCK MANGIONE, BARRY MANILOW, STEVE MARTIN, MARTIN MULL, OLIVIA NEWTON JOHN, JOHNNY PAYCHECK, JAN PEERCE, OSCAR PETERSON, LOU RAWLS, MINNIE RIPERTON, KENNY RODGERS, BOZ SCAGGS, DINAH SHORE, PHOEBE SNOW, DONNA SUMMER, TASTE OF HONEY, LILY TOMLIN, TANYA TUCKER, FRANKIE VALLI, DIONNE WARWICK, DOTTIE WEST, AND PAUL WILLIAMS

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1975 AWARDS SHOW URICH THEATER NYC 100 minutes, excellent / crystal picture... HOSTED BY ANDY WILLIAMS, ANN MARGARET, DAVID BOWIE, HARRY CHAPIN, DAVID ESSEX, ROBERTA FLACK, ARETHA FRANKLIN, MARVIN HAMLISH, LES HOOPER, BURL IVES, WAYLON JENNINGS, GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS, ANDRE KOSTELANETZ, JOHN LENNON, MOMS MABLEY, MAGIC SHOW CAST, BETTE MIDLER, ANNA MOFFA, ANNE MURRAY, TONY ORLANDO & DAWN, RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS, PAUL SIMON, KATE SMITH, THE SPINNERS, RAY STEVENS, RUDY VALLEE, SARAH VAUGHAN, PAUL WILLIAMS, AND STEVIE WONDER

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1974 AWARDS SHOW FROM LOS ANGELES HOSTED BY ANDY WILLIAMS 90 minutes, excellent / crystal picture... WITH CHUCK BERRY, GLEN CAMPBELL, THE CARPENTERS, CHER, CLEVELAND QUARTET, ALICE COOPER, DE FRANCO FAMILY, ROBERTA FLACK, AL GREEN, ISAAC HAYES, JACKSON 5, GALDYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS, KRIS KRISTOFFERSON, LITTLE RICHARD, LOGGINS & MESSINA, LORETTA LYNN, MOMS MABLEY, HENRY MANCINI, STEVE MANDELL, SHELLY MANNE, ZUBIN MEHTA, MAUREEN MCGOVERN, TONY ORLANDO & DAWN, HELEN REDDY, CHARLIE RICH, DIANA ROSS, TELLY SAVALAS, LILY TOMLIN, ERIC WEISSBERG, AND STEVIE WONDER

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1973 AWARDS SHOW 80 minutes, japanese subtitles, pretty good picture and sound... (Laurindo Almeida, Eddy Arnold, Johnny Cash, Andy Williams, Mike Curb Congregation, Mac Davis, Philippe Entremont, Donna Fargo, Fifth Dimension, Aretha Franklin, Art Garfunkel, Bobby Gentry, Joey Heatherton, Loggins & Messina, Loretta Lynn, Moms Mabley, Johnny Mann, Johnny Mathis, Curtis Mayfield, Rod McKuen, Roger Miller, Harry Nilsson, Gilbert O'Sullivan, Charley Pride, Helen Reddy, Staple Singers, Dusty Springfield, Ringo Starr, David Clayton Thomas)

GRAMMY AWARDS 1972 AWARDS SHOW 75 minutes, japanese subtitles, live from msg in nyc, pretty good picture & sound... (Herb Alpert, Andy Williams, Leonard Bernstein, The Carpenters, Bobby Darin, Bill Evans Trio, Fifth Dimension, Roberta Flack, Aretha Franklin, Richard Harris, Florence Henderson, B.B. King, Kris Kristofferson, John Lennon, Loretta Lynn, Henry Mancini, Johnny Mann, Anthony Newley, Freda Payne, Jerry Reed, Smokey Robinson, Ed Sullivan, The Temptations, Three Dog Night, Conway Twitty, Tammy Wynette)

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1971 AWARDS SHOW 70 minutes, picture is pretty good, little background noise for audio, over pretty good, japanese subtitiles (after the show there is a 60 minute episode of the ozzie & harriet show)... (Herb Alpert, Lynn Anderson, Burt Bacharach, Brook Benton, Glen Campbell, The Carpenters, David Cassidy, Duke Ellington, Fifth Dimension, Andy Williams, Aretha Franklin, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Wanda Jackson, Quincy Jones, Shirley Jones, Lainie Kazan, Henry Mancini, Anne Murray, Rod McKuen, Bob Newhart, The Osmond Brothers, Freda Payne, Charley Pride, Marty Robbins, Bobby Sherman, Nancy Sinatra, Three Dog Night, Conway Twitty, Dionne Warwick, John Wayne, Nancy Wilson, Tammy Wynette, Hank Williams Jr.).

GRAMMY AWARDS 1969 1 DVD FROM NEW YORK AND LONDON 60 minutes, picture good but has purplish color tones, IN ORDER OF THEIR APPEARANCE : dan rowan, dick martin, the temptations, flip wilson, jeannie c. riley, the king family, jose feliciano, lou rawls, bobbie gentry, glen campbell, burt bacharach, dionne warwick, mama cass elliot, the beatles, nancy sinatra, mason williams, davy jones, bobby goldsboro, don rickles, tiny tim, simon & garfunkle (WON RECORD OF THE YEAR FOR MRS ROBINSON) , tennesee ernie ford, o.c. smith, tommy smothers, cast of hair, and henry mancini

GRAMMY AWARDS 1 DVD MEMORIES 1963 - 1973... Some of the best of the Grammy Awards between 1963 and 1973..not all have years identified, 90 minutes, blk and white and color, most are excellent or cystal picture, peter paul & mary 1963 if i had a hammer, gale garnett 1964 we'll sing in the sunshine, herb albert & the tijuana brass 1965 a taste of honey, petula clark goin' out of my head, duke ellington orchestra 1965 special medley, louis armstrong mame, ray charles 1966 crying time, the beatles 1966 strawberry field forever (video), wes montogomery 1967 goin' out of my head, 5th dimension up, up and away, temptations 1968 cloud nine, dionne warwick 1968 do you know the way to san jose, beatles 1968 hey jude (video), simon & garfunkel mrs robinson (video / yankee stadium) , musical "hair' original cast 1968 aquarius, blood sweat & tears spinning wheel (video), the isley brothers it's your thing, carpenters we've only just begun, andy williams special medley, aretha franklin bridge over troubled water, three dog night joy to the world, b.b. king, ain't nobody home, carpenters superstar, george harrison my sweet lord (video from concert from bangledesh), loggins and mesina 1972 your mama don't dance, helen reddy i am woman, curtis mayfield, freddie's dead, don mcclean vincent


MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS
MTV EUROPE MUSIC AWARDS 2011 1 DVD 120 minutes, excellent picture, The 2011 MTV EMAs (also known as the MTV Europe Music Awards) were held in Northern Ireland's capital Belfast, on Sunday, November 6, 2011, at the Odyssey Arena in the Titanic Quarter area of the city and were hosted by Selena Gomez.] Additional live venues for the awards show include Ulster Hall and Belfast City Hall.On September 19, 2011, MTV Networks International announced the 2011 nominees. The main categories were dominated by Lady Gaga with six nominations, Katy Perry and Bruno Mars with five and Britney Spears, 30 Seconds to Mars and Adele with three apiece. Lady Gaga was the biggest winner of the night, taking home 4 awards.] Other winners include 30 Seconds to Mars, Bruno Mars and Justin Bieber with two apiece.During the show Selena Gomez said that MTV received 154 million votes from people around the globe. Queen received the Global Icon Award from Katy Perry, and the band closed the awards ceremony, with Adam Lambert on vocals, performing "The Show Must Go On", "We Will Rock You" and "We Are the Champions

MTV MOVIE AWARDS 1 DVD 2013, crystal,  100 minutes, MISSING LAST FEW MIN OF SHOW..The 2013 MTV Movie Awards were held on April 14, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. The award show was hosted by Rebel Wilson.

MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS 2 DVD 2012 INCLUDES RED CARPET ---crystal , The 2012 MTV Video Music Awards, hosted by Kevin Hart, took place on Thursday, September 6, 2012, honoring the best music videos from the previous year. The awards were broadcast from the Staples Center arena at L.A. Live in Downtown Los Angeles. Nominations were announced on July 31, 2012. Rihanna and Drake received five nominations, while Katy Perry and Beyoncé received four.One Direction were the biggest winners of the night winning their three nominations, including Best New Artist, and Rihanna went on to win Video of the Year. Both M.I.A and Chris Brown won two awards each.[3e awards ceremony was the least-watched VMA show since 2007. The major thing that contributed to it was moving the broadcast date to Thursday instead of Sunday, the day MTV been using since 2004 with the exception in 2006. MTV also moved up the telecast to 8pm instead of 9pm, to avoid competing with President Barack Obama's speech at the 2012 Democratic National Convention and this was early for MTV's targeted young audienc

MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 8/28/11 195 minutes, crystal (no red carpet)

MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD SUMMER SANITARIUM CONCERT BALTIMORE 7/4/00 85 minutes, excellent picture... Metallica, Korn, Kid Rock, System Of A Down, Powerman 5000... GREAT STUFF... RECOMMENDED

MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD HIGHLIGHTS 1990 - 1992 120 minutes, very good picture, menu with select option (unidentified, just images), some performances are via satellite... janet jackson (black cat), phil collins (sussudio), aerosmith (love in an elavator), madonna (vogue), van halen (with sammy hagar poundcake), c + c music factory (things that make you go hmmmm), mariah carey (emotions), emf (unbelievable), black crowes (remedy), bobby brown (?), U2 (even better than the real thing), def leppard (lets get rocked), nirvana (lithium), elton john (you are all i ever needed), pearl jam (jeremy), red hot chili peppers (give it away), michael jackson ( no matter if you are black or white), en vogue (free yourself), eric clapton (heaven), GNR (with elton john november rain)... SOME GREAT STUFF HERE... HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, MUST HAVE FOR FANS 

MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD PERFORMANCES COMPILATION 60 minutes, crystal picture... Blink 182, INXS, Jewel, Lenny Kravitz, Marilyn Manson, Pink, Silverchair, Stone Temple Pilots, The Vines, U2... GREAT STUFF


MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1984 , 120 minutes, vg with a little grain, -- THE GOOD OLD DAYS WHEN MTV ACTUALLY PLAYED VIDEOS----The 1984 MTV Video Music Awards aired live on September 14, 1984, honoring the best music videos from May 2, 1983, to May 2, 1984. The show was hosted by Dan Aykroyd and Bette Midler at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Herbie Hancock was the night's biggest winner, taking home five awards, followed by Michael Jackson, who won three. The night's main award, though, went to The Cars for "You Might Think," making this the first of a very small number of times in which the winner of Video of the Year did not take home any other awards that night. In terms of nominations, Hancock's "Rockit" and The Police's "Every Breath You Take" were the year's most nominated videos, with each receiving eight nominations apiece. Meanwhile, the most nominated artist of 1984 was Cyndi Lauper, who aside from winning the Best Female Video Moonman received nine nominations that year for two of her videos: six for "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" and three for "Time After Time." Other major nominees that night included the aforementioned Michael Jackson and The Cars, both of whom received six nominations for their videos "Thriller" and "You Might Think," respectively; ZZ Top, who also received six nominations between their videos for "Legs," "Sharp Dressed Man," and "Gimme All Your Lovin';" and Billy Idol, who got five nominations for "Dancing with Myself" and "Eyes Without a Face." Lastly, David Bowie had four nominations for his "China Girl" and "Modern Love" videos, and he was also one of the night's honorees for the Video Vanguard award. 


MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS 2 DVD 1988 vg picture, 140 minutes PLUS THE MOVIE THE GOONIES --The 1988 MTV Video Music Awards aired live on September 7, 1988, honoring the best music videos from May 2, 1987, to April 1, 1988. The show was hosted by Arsenio Hall at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. Australian group INXS was the night's biggest winner and nominee, taking home five awards out of nine nominations. The group's awards included Video of the Year and Viewer's Choice, making this the very first of few times in which the same artist and video took home these two awards in the one night. INXS's nominations, meanwhile, totaled up to nine: eight for "Need You Tonight/Mediate" (making it the year's most nominated video) and one for "Devil Inside."In the meantime, George Harrison and U2 were tied in for second place in terms of nominations, as each picked up eight nominations that year. Furthermore, both artists split their nominations between two different videos in 1988, and at least once both of their videos competed against one another in the same category (and so did INXS's videos).Finally, this year's show saw the elimination of another category, as the award for Best Overall Performance in a Video was not handed out this year or ever again. At the same time, the category of Most Experimental Video was renamed "Breakthrough Video," a name that it still keeps (as of the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards 


MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1989 The 1989 MTV Video Music Awards aired live on September 6, 1989, honoring the best music videos from April 2, 1988, to June 1, 1989. The show was hosted by Arsenio Hall at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles.This year's show featured the first major restructuring that was done to the Video Music Awards, as four new "genre" categories (Best Heavy Metal Video, Best Rap Video, Best Dance Video, and Best Post-Modern Video) were added alongside the International Viewer's Choice awards. Also, the award for Best Concept Video was retired this year, and the eligibility cutoff date was moved two months down from April to June, making this a 14-month eligibility year. In terms of the awards themselves, meanwhile, Madonna and Paula Abdul were the night's biggest with four awards each, while rock group Living Colour was the second biggest winner, taking home three moonmen that night. On the other hand, Michael Jackson was the most nominated artist of 1989, receiving nine nominations for two of his videos: six for "Leave Me Alone" and three for "Smooth Criminal." Despite all the nominations, though, Jackson only took home one award for Best Special Effects. The award for Video of the Year, meanwhile, went to Neil Young's controversial video for "This Note's for You," making this the first time since The Cars' win in 1984 that an act takes home the main award without winning any other one. Unlike The Cars, though, Young's video did not have any other nominations that night except for Viewer's Choice, which until 1994 had exactly the same nominees as Video of the Year. The Viewer's Choice award, however, went to another video that also stirred up controversy: Madonna's "Like a Prayer." The ceremony is notable for comedian Andrew Dice Clay's stand-up routine that included adult versions of Mother Goose nursery rhymes, leading MTV executives to ban him from ever appearing on the network again.Def Leppard's performance of "Tear It Down" would be the last live appearance of guitarist Steve Clark before his death on Tuesday January 8, 1991. 


MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1990 The 1990 MTV Video Music Awards aired live on September 6, 1990, honoring the best music videos from June 2, 1989, to June 1, 1990. The show was hosted by Arsenio Hall at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. This year saw the elimination of yet another one of the show's original categories, Best Stage Performance in a Video. This would turn out to be the last time an award from 1984 would be permanently eliminated (although Breakthrough Video was eliminated in 2006 and then brought back in 2009). For the second year in a row, Madonna was one of the night's biggest winners, taking home three technical awards, while Sinéad O'Connor was the other most rewarded artist of 1990, also winning three Moonmen including Video of the Year. Meanwhile, most other winners that night took home two awards, including Aerosmith, Don Henley, The B-52s, Tears for Fears, and MC Hammer. Regarding nominations, Madonna also had the distinction of being the most nominated artist of the night, as her video for "Vogue" received nine nominations, making it also the most nominated video of 1990. Closely following in nominations came Aerosmith, whose video for "Janie's Got a Gun" earned eight nominations that night and took home two awards, including Viewer's Choice. 


MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1991 PLUS MORE (includes assorted pre show arrivals "opening act" assorted interviews and videos) 275 mintuesThe 1991 MTV Video Music Awards aired live on September 5, 1991, honoring the best music videos from June 2, 1990, to June 15, 1991. The show was hosted by Arsenio Hall at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. This year saw the introduction of a new category, Best Long Form Video; however, this category would be short-lived, as it was eliminated the next year and never handed out again. Meanwhile, the award for Best Post-Modern Video was renamed Best Alternative Video. R.E.M. led the night both in awards and in nominations. Their video for "Losing My Religion" not only won Video of the Year, but it also took home a total of six awards, making them the biggest winners of the night. Furthermore, R.E.M.'s ten nominations also made them the most nominated artist that night and "Losing My Religion" the most nominated video of the night. 


MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD 1993 HOSTED BY CHRISTIAN SLATER --180 minutes, The 1993 MTV Video Music Awards aired live on September 2, 1993, honoring the best music videos from June 16, 1992, to June 15, 1993. The show was hosted by Christian Slater at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. This was Kurt Cobain's final VMA appearance. This year marked the introduction of yet another new category with the addition of Best R&B Video ballot. However, this would be the first time that a new award was added to the list of genre categories, a move that was mainly propelled by the success and popularity of MTV Jams. The night's biggest winner was Pearl Jam, whose video for "Jeremy" earned four awards that night, including Video of the Year. Closely following were En Vogue with three Moonmen and Madonna and Peter Gabriel with two awards apiece. All other winners took one award each. meanwhile, in terms of nominations R&B group En Vogue and their video for "Free Your Mind" were the most nominated act and video (respectively) that night, receiving a total of eight nominations. The second most nominated artists of the night were Peter Gabriel, Aerosmith, and R.E.M., who received six nominations that night. Gabriel split his six nominations evenly between his videos for "Digging in the Dirt" and "Steam." All of R.E.M.'s nominations went to their video for "Man on the Moon." Lastly, Aerosmith, the winners of the Viewer's Choice award, received six nominations for their clip "Livin' on the Edge."


ACADEMY AWARDS

ACADEMY AWARDS 2 DVD 2010 360 minutes, crystal, includes 120 minutes of the E channel red carpet 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 2009 160 minutes, crystal clear


ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 69th ANNUAL 1997... The 69th Academy Awards were dominated by movies produced by independent studios, financed outside of mainstream Hollywood, leading to 1996 being dubbed "The Year of the Independents". All but one of the nominees for Best Picture were low-budget independent movies (the next ceremony dominated by indie fims would be in 2006. 2008 was also dominated by independents). The big winner at the ceremony was Anthony Minghella's The English Patient, which had received 12 nominations and won 9 awards including Best Picture. Other notable movies to be honoured at the ceremony included Fargo, which had been nominated for 7 awards and won 2, Shine, which had been nominated for 7 awards and won just one, and Jerry Maguire, which had been nominated for 5 awards and also won just one. 



ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 68th ANNUAL 3/25/96… The 68th Academy Awards were held on March 25, 1996, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California. The show was hosted by Whoopi Goldberg. The ceremony was watched by 44.48 million viewers, with 30.5% of households tuning in. Despite controversy from the NAACP concerning what was deemed as a lack of attention to African-American actors by the Academy, this show was the one and only time an African-American (Quincy Jones) was hired to produce the show to date. Key moments in this presentation included Christopher Reeve making his first public appearance onstage after becoming paralyzed, and a Lifetime Achievement Award to Kirk Douglas (recovering from a stroke), and a tribute to Gene Kelly from Savion Glover (Kelly had died one month prior to the ceremonies). Best Documentary Feature winner Jon Blair introduced Miep Gies, the last survivor of the group of people who had sheltered Anne Frank and her family and 4 other people in their secret Amsterdam hiding place during World War II, and the person who had saved Anne Frank's now famous diary for posterity. The entire audience in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion gave Gies a lengthy standing ovation. Braveheart won five Oscars out of ten nominations including Best Picture. It is however, one of the few Best Picture winners that did not receive any acting nominations, a feat that would not be repeated until 2004, when The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King was nominated for (and won) eleven Oscars, none of which were in an acting category. This year's ceremony was the last time the Special Achievement Academy Award was awarded, to the first CGI animated feature Toy Story from Pixar, for making the first CGI animated film. Also, Mira Sorvino's win for Best Supporting Actress for Mighty Aphrodite making her the second winner of Best Supporting Actress from a Woody Allen's film in a row, after last year Dianne Wiest also won Best Supporting Actress for Bullets Over Broadway, a Woody Allen film. The Best Documentary Feature and Best Documentary Short winners were both about the Holocaust. As of 2012 this is the last Oscars where all 4 acting winners were not in a Best Picture nominated film. Last time that happened was during the 42nd Academy Awards. 




ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 67th ANNUAL 3/27/95… The 67th Academy Awards, honoring the best films of 1994, were held on March 27, 1995 at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California. They were hosted by comedian and talk show host David Letterman. The ceremony is perhaps best remembered for Letterman's performance as the host. Although some thought of him as different but good, most critics labeled his performance as terrible and vowed for him never to host the Oscars again. This negative criticism arose from Letterman's absurdist brand of comedy, and it would lead to Late Show with David Letterman losing in the ratings to The Tonight Show with Jay Leno by the summer of 1995. Letterman seems to have a sense of humor about it, however, because around Academy Award season he frequently references his lackluster appearance at the Academy awards on his show in a humorous tone. Forrest Gump won Best Picture, as well as an additional five Oscars, including Tom Hanks' second consecutive Academy Award for Best Actor. Hanks became only the second person in Oscar history to accomplish the feat of winning consecutive awards in the Best Actor category, the first being Spencer Tracy. Also, Jessica Lange, winner of the 1982 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for Tootsie, won the Academy Award for Best Actress for Tony Richardson's last film, Blue Sky, joining an elite group of thespians who have won Oscars in both the supporting and lead categories. Dianne Wiest won her second Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Woody Allen film, becoming the first person to win two Oscars in the same category where the films were directed by the same person (she won another Best Supporting Actress in 1986 for Hannah and Her Sisters). This year had the rarity of producing a tie. When Tim Allen opened the envelope for Best Live Action Short, much to his surprise there was a tie. This is the last time (as of 2012) this has happened. The awards this year were also notable for the near inclusion of a documentary as Best Picture. The documentary category was then, as always, nominated by a special committee. The critically acclaimed film Hoop Dreams failed to make the documentary committee's short list, even though it was on more critics' top ten lists than any other film that year, including Pulp Fiction, Forrest Gump, The Shawshank Redemption, and Quiz Show. Many prominent critics, most notably Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert campaigned for Academy members to vote to nominate Hoop Dreams for Best Picture, something that had never happened before. The effort failed, yet Hoop Dreams was nominated for Best Film Editing, one of the few documentaries ever to be nominated in a craft category. This was only the second, and most recent, time in Oscar history where 3 of the 4 acting winners were repeats; the other time was during the 1938 Oscars. Interestingly enough, the only first timer was Martin Landau who was the oldest of the bunch. 



ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 66th ANNUAL 3/21/94… The 66th Academy Awards were presented March 21, 1994, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The show was a landmark in that it featured a female African-American host for the first time, Whoopi Goldberg, and represented a direct contrast in edgy style from Billy Crystal who had hosted the show the previous four years. Schindler's List dominated the evening winning seven Oscars out of its 12 nominations, including Best Picture. Another big winner was The Piano, which received eight nominations and won three awards. Anna Paquin's win, at age 11, made her the second youngest competitive winner in Oscar history, the youngest being Tatum O'Neal, who won the award at age 10. Jane Campion became only the second woman in history to be nominated for Best Director. Although she did not win, she received the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. Kathryn Bigelow later became the first female to win the Best Director prize in 2010. Schindler's List became the first black and white film to win Best Picture in 33 years, the last one being The Apartment; and the last one to win before The Artist in 2012. 



ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 65th ANNUAL 3/29/93 w/original commercials… The 65th Academy Awards were presented March 29, 1993 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. This was the fourth consecutive show hosted by Billy Crystal. Unforgiven won four Oscars out of nine nominations including Best Picture. 



ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 64th ANNUAL 3/3/92… The 64th Academy Awards were presented March 30, 1992 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The show was the third consecutive to be hosted by Billy Crystal. When Jack Palance won Best Supporting Actor for his performance as Curly in City Slickers (which also starred Crystal), Palance's acceptance speech began with the joke "I crap bigger than him (Crystal)" -- a reference to a similar line in the film. Palance also used some of his speech time to prove his virility by performing one-handed push-ups. In mock retaliation for Palance's comment, Crystal peppered the remainder of the telecast with jokes about Palance performing spectacular feats. As a result, Crystal won an Emmy for hosting the show, although he later (in the documentary Get Bruce) credited Bruce Vilanch for providing him many of the Palance jokes. The Silence of the Lambs won the five major awards out of seven nominations, becoming only the third film to accomplish the feat of winning the "Top Five", after It Happened One Night (1934) and One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (1975). This year's ceremony made Academy Award History as Beauty and the Beast was nominated for Best Picture, the first time an Animated Feature Film was bestowed with such an honor. The Picture garnered a total of six nominations in four different categories, eventually collecting two awards for its Music (Best Original Score and Original Song, for "Beauty and the Beast"). An animated feature wouldn't be nominated for Best Picture again until 2009. It also became one of the few films to be nominated for Best Picture despite no nominations in any directing, acting, or writing categories. The Silence of the Lambs was the last Best Picture winner to take home only major Oscars (no tech or music awards) until A Beautiful Mind. The Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award was presented to George Lucas by the crew of the space shuttle Atlantis during the STS-45 mission, which also included an actual Oscar statuette aboard the spacecraft. 



ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 63rd ANNUAL 3/25/91 w/original commercials… The 63rd Academy Awards were presented March 25, 1991 at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles. The show was hosted by Billy Crystal. The prominent winner was Dances with Wolves which earned seven Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director. Kathy Bates and Jeremy Irons won Best Actress and Actor, Joe Pesci won Best Supporting Actor, and Whoopi Goldberg was named Best Supporting Actress, making history by becoming the first African-American actress since Hattie McDaniel in 1939 to win an Academy Award. Seven members of Reba McEntire's band and her road manager were among 10 who died in a March 16, 1991 plane crash near San Diego, California. There was a minor controversy over her decision to perform on the Academy Awards a week after the crash. But she appeared on the show to dedicate the nominated song, I'm Checking Out from the film Postcards from the Edge, to her fallen band members. During the performance, McEntire was visibly emotional. For this telecast host Billy Crystal won two Emmys, for writing and for his hosting performance. 


ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 62nd ANNUAL 3/26/90 w/original commercials… The 62nd Academy Awards were presented March 26, 1990 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California. The venue, half the size of the one used the previous year, prompted Gil Cates (the producer of the telecast) and Karl Malden (the president of the Academy) to put a memo to "our friends in the industry" in the March 13th edition of the Daily Variety saying "Please understand: the tickets are gone" and pointing out that "next year we'll be back in comparatively spacious quarters, and then we'll try to find room for every Academy member who wants to attend, and maybe even some of the aunts, archbishops, and visitors from Abu Dhabi who are your houseguests that weekend." The event, billed as Around the World in 3½ Hours - The 62nd Academy Awards Presentation, featured live segments from five other cities around the globe: Buenos Aires, Argentina; London, United Kingdom; Moscow, Soviet Union (featuring Jack Lemmon and Natalya Negoda announcing the Oscar nominees for best foreign film); Sydney, Australia; and Tokyo, Japan. This was the first telecast hosted by Billy Crystal; he would host the show eight more times over the next twenty-two years. Crystal opened the ceremony with a song about the nominees for best picture, something he would do for every ceremony he hosted. 



ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 61st ANNUAL 3/29/89 w/original commercials… The 61st Academy Awards were presented on Wednesday, March 29, 1989 at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles. The date had been moved from its usual Monday telecast due to Easter, which was on March 26. For this show, there was no "official" host as the show opened with a stage-show featuring Merv Griffin, Snow White and Rob Lowe. Another change was that the producers attempted to change the traditional line "And the winner is..." to "And the Oscar goes to...". This broadcast is also noted for being the final public appearance of actress Lucille Ball, who died less than one month later. 



ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 60th ANNUAL 4/11/88… The 60th Academy Awards were presented April 11, 1988 at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California. The ceremony was the first to be held there since the 20th Academy Awards. The 1988 Writers Guild of America strike, which began on March 7, were mentioned several times during the evening: host Chevy Chase claimed his "entire monologue was generously donated by five Teamsters" and Sean Connery referred to the strike in his acceptance speech. Billy Wilder was rewarded The Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award. The event was otherwise dominated by two films. The Last Emperor won all nine Oscars for which it was nominated, including two for Bernardo Bertolucci, who won for his direction and for co-writing the screenplay, adapted from the title character's autobiography. It did so in spite of having been "snubbed by several Hollywood studios and mishandled by the company (Columbia Pictures) that finally distributed it." Moonstruck, nominated for six Academy Awards, received three, two in acting categories (for Cher and Olympia Dukakis), and another for its original screenplay. Four films with five or more nominations were shut out: Broadcast News, Hope and Glory, Fatal Attraction, and Empire of the Sun. Janet Maslin, reviewing the ceremony for The New York Times, said the ceremony "emphasiz[ed] the low-gloss aspects of today's Hollywood"—a lack of gloss made particularly evident by the appearance of presenters Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn, who stood out like "visiting royalty". 




ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 59th ANNUAL 3/30/87… The 59th Academy Awards were presented March 30, 1987 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Chevy Chase, Goldie Hawn, and Paul Hogan. This ceremony was notable for being the last in 23 years to have multiple hosts, until the 82nd Academy Awards were hosted by Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin. Hannah and Her Sisters won both Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress, the last film to win both supporting acting categories until 2011, when The Fighter achieved this. The film also won Best Writing - Original Screenplay. An interesting thing to note is that Best Actress winner Marlee Matlin became the first (and only as of 2012) deaf Oscar winner. 



ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 58th ANNUAL 3/24/86… The 58th Academy Awards, honoring the best film for 1985, were held on March 24, 1986 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California. They were hosted by Alan Alda, Jane Fonda and Robin Williams. The ceremony was watched by 38.93 million viewers, tying the 78th Academy Awards as the third-lowest rated telecast since 1966. The 80th Academy Awards still holds the distinction of the least watched ceremony of 31.76 million. 



ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 57th ANNUAL 3/25/85… The 57th Academy Awards were presented March 25, 1985 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Jack Lemmon. This ceremony is best-remembered for perhaps the most quoted and famous Academy Award acceptance speech ever. Upon winning the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in Places In The Heart, Sally Field exclaimed, "The first time I didn't feel it, but this time I feel it, and I can't deny the fact that you like me, right now, you like me!" (often misquoted as "you really like me!") The winner of Best Supporting Actor was also significant. Haing S. Ngor, a Cambodian surgeon who survived the horrors of the Khmer Rouge, won the award for his performance as Dith Pran in Roland Joffe's The Killing Fields, despite having no previous acting experience. Ngor and Harold Russell are the only two non-professional actors to win Academy Awards for acting. 77 year-old Peggy Ashcroft won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in A Passage to India, making her the oldest winner in that category. 



ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 56th ANNUAL 4/9/84 w/original commercials… The 56th Academy Awards were presented April 9, 1984 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Johnny Carson. The Best Supporting Actress winner this year was unique. 4' 9" Linda Hunt won the award for her role as Billy Kwan - a male Chinese-Australian photographer - in Peter Weir's The Year of Living Dangerously, making her the first actor to win an Oscar for playing a character of the opposite sex. 



ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 55th ANNUAL 4/11/83… The 55th Academy Awards were presented April 11, 1983 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Liza Minnelli, Dudley Moore, Richard Pryor and Walter Matthau. The 55th Academy Awards was almost dominated by Gandhi which was nominated for 11 categories out of which winning 8. Louis Gossett, Jr. became the first African-American actor to win Best Supporting Actor for his performance as the tough and principled drill sergeant Emil Foley in An Officer and a Gentleman. Meryl Streep won her first Best Actress award. She had been nominated the year before for The French Lieutenant's Woman and would be nominated another thirteen times in the next thirty years. Streep had previously won the Best Supporting Actress award in 1979 for Kramer vs Kramer. 



ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 54th ANNUAL 3/29/82 w/original commercials… The 54th Academy Awards were presented March 29, 1982 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Johnny Carson. Chariots of Fire was the surprise winner (with a leading 12 nominations Reds had been expected to win) of the Best Picture Oscar. It was the first time in 13 years that a British film won the Academy's top honor. Next year's winner, Gandhi, was also a British production. Henry Fonda won his only competitive Oscar this year, as Best Actor for On Golden Pond. At 76 years of age, Fonda became the oldest winner in the Best Actor category in Academy history. The only other nomination he received in his career was Best Actor for his performance in The Grapes Of Wrath 41 years ago - a record gap between acting nominations. His co-star, Katharine Hepburn, won her fourth Best Actress award that year, beating her own record for most amount of Best Actress wins by any actress. This year's nominations also marked for the very first time that three different films were nominated for the "Top Five" Academy Awards: Best Picture, Director, Actor, Actress and Screenplay. The three films were On Golden Pond, Atlantic City and Reds. However, none of them won the Best Picture prize, losing to Chariots of Fire. This also marked the first year that the award for Best Makeup was presented; the winner was Rick Baker for his work on An American Werewolf In London. 


ACADEMY AWARDS 2 DVD 1981 195 minutes, excellent quality, a little grainy... hosted by Johnny Carson & it was postponed due to Reagan assassination attempt the day before

ACADEMY AWARDS 2 DVD AWARDS SHOW 1980 240 minutes, very good, a little grainy & mono sound 

ACADEMY AWARDS 2 DVD 51st ANNUAL AWARDS SHOW DOROTHY CHANDLER PAVILION LOS ANGELES CA 4/9/79, reddish and a little grainy but watchable. Hosted by Johnny Carson. Notably, the two "front-runners" for Best Picture - "Coming Home" and "The Deer Hunter" - were anti-war films that reflected the nation's growing resentment over the Vietnam War. John Wayne, who would die of stomach cancer two months later, made his final public appearance to present the Oscar to the producers of "The Deer Hunter". This was also the final public appearance of Jack Haley, who died one month after presenting the Best Costume Design award with his co-star from "The Wizard of Oz", Ray Bolger. This was the first of several consecutive ceremonies presided over by host Carson; introducing him on this broadcast, the announcer identified him as "John Carson". As of 2011 this is the earliest Oscars where all 4 acting winners are still alive.


ACADEMY AWARDS 2 DVD 50th ANNIVERSARY SHOW DOROTHY CHANDLER PAVILION LOS ANGELES CA 4/3/78, vg with slight grain. Hosted by Bob Hope for the eighteenth and last time. Two of the year's biggest winners were "Star Wars", which swept the technical categories with wins in 7 out of 10 of it's nominations, and "Annie Hall", winning 4 out of 5 of it's nominations, including Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Director. This show is also notable for a very politically-charged acceptance speech by Vanessa Redgrave. "The Turning Point" set the record for most nominations without a win, with 11 nominations; this record was previously held by "Peyton Place" and "The Little Foxes" which both had 9. "Turning Point" and "The Color Purple" are tied for this record to this day.

ACADEMY AWARDS 2 DVD 49th ANNUAL 3/28/77… The 49th Academy Awards were presented March 28, 1977, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Richard Pryor, Jane Fonda, Ellen Burstyn and Warren Beatty. This Academy Awards ceremony is notable for Peter Finch becoming the first posthumous winner of an Oscar for acting, a feat matched only by Heath Ledger 32 years later. Beatrice Straight set another record by becoming the actor with shortest performance ever in a film to win an acting Oscar, with only five minutes and forty seconds of screentime in Network. 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD AWARDS SHOW 3/30/55, blk & white, 90 minutes, vg picture

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 25th ANNUAL 3/19/53… The 25th Academy Awards ceremony was held on March 19, 1953. It took place at the RKO Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, California and the NBC International Theatre in New York City. It was the first Academy Awards ceremony to be televised and the first ceremony to be held in Hollywood and New York City simultaneously. It was also the only year that the New York ceremonies were to be held in the International Theatre on Columbus Circle, which was shortly thereafter demolished and replaced by the New York Coliseum convention center.


AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE 
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AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVMENT AWARD 43 DVD SET... ALL VG TO EXCELLENT PICTURE 

VOLUME 1 THE 1st AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: JOHN FORD 1973 

VOLUME 2 THE 2nd AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES:  JAMES CAGNEY 1974 

VOLUME 3 THE 3rd: AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: ORSON WELLES 1975 

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TONY AWARDS:
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2013 The 67th Annual Tony Awards were held June 9, 2013, to recognize achievement in Broadway productions during the 2012–13 season. The ceremony returned to Radio City Music Hall in New York City, after two years at Beacon Theatre, and was broadcast live on CBS televisionNeil Patrick Harris hosted for the third consecutive year, his fourth time as host. Awards in four of the eight acting categories, (Best Actress in a Play, Best Actor in a Musical, Best Actress in a Musical, Best Featured Actor in a Play) were given to African-American performers. Furthermore, it is the second time in Tony history that both directing prizes went to women. Garry Hynes and Julie Taymor had previously won in 1998. Kinky Boots had a season best 13 nominations and 6 awards.Cyndi Lauper, who wrote the score for Kinky Boots, is the first solo female winner for Best Original Score.


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2011 The 65th Annual Tony Awards was held on June 12, 2011 to recognize achievement in Broadway productions during the 2010–2011 season. They were held at the Beacon Theatre, ending a fourteen-year tradition of holding the ceremony at Radio City Music Hall.[1] The Awards ceremony was broadcast live on CBS[1][2] and was hosted by Neil Patrick Harris.[4][5] 

TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2010 The 64th Annual Tony Awards took place on Sunday, June 13, 2010,[1] held again at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The host was Sean Hayes.[2] These awards recognize Broadway productions during the 2009–2010 season. The cut off-date for Tony eligibility was April 29, 2010, and the nominations were announced on May 4.[3]


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2009 The 63rd Annual Tony Awards, which recognized Broadway productions of the 2008-2009 season, were presented on June 7, 2009 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The ceremony was broadcast by CBS, with Neil Patrick Harris as host. 

TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2008 The 62nd Tony Awards ceremony was held on June 15, 2008. The Antoinette Perry Awards for Excellence in Theatre, more commonly known as the Tony Awards, recognize achievement in live American theatre. CBS television broadcast the event from Radio City Music Hall in New York City as it has since the 51st Awards ceremony in 1997. The event recognized Broadway productions playing during the 2007 – 2008 season and was hosted by Whoopi Goldberg

TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2007 The 61st Annual Tony Awards were held on June 10, 2007 at Radio City Music Hall, with CBS television broadcasting the ceremony live. As at the 2006 Tony awards, there was no host and the show was emceed by the presenters.

TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2006 The 60th Annual Tony Awards took place at Radio City Music Hall on June 11, 2006. The award ceremony was broadcast live on the CBS television network in the United States. The 2006 Tony Awards did not feature a host, but instead over 60 stars presented awards at the ceremony

TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2005 The 59th Annual Tony Awards ceremony was held on June 5, 2005 at Radio City Music Hall and broadcast by CBS television. Hugh Jackman hosted for the third time in a row.

TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2004 The 58th Annual Tony Awards were held June 6, 2004 at Radio City Music Hall and broadcast on CBS television. Hugh Jackman was the host.Jackman performed the opening number, "One Night Only" with the "Dynamites" from Hairspray, the "Radio" from Caroline, or Change, and the "Urchins" from Little Shop of Horrors, along with members of the casts of Avenue Q, The Boy from Oz, Fiddler on the Roof, Wonderful Town, and Wicked, and the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes.Tony Bennett performed "Lullaby of Broadway" and Mary J. Blige sang "What I Did for Love" from the Tony Awards Songbook.Presenters were: Carol Channing, Sean Combs, Taye Diggs, Edie Falco, Jimmy Fallon, Harvey Fierstein, Victor Garber, Joel Grey, Ethan Hawke, Anne Heche, Billy Joel, Scarlett Johansson, Nicole Kidman, Jane Krakowski, Peter Krause, Swoosie Kurtz, LL Cool J, Nathan Lane, Laura Linney, John Lithgow, Rob Marshall, Anne Meara, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Dame Helen Mirren, Sarah Jessica Parker, Anna Paquin, Bernadette Peters, Phylicia Rashad, Chita Rivera, John Rubenstein, Carole Bayer Sager, Martin Short, Patrick Stewart, Jerry Stiller, Sigourney Weaver, Marissa Jaret Winokur, and Renee Zellweger. Shows that performed were: New Musicals Avenue Q The company performed "It Sucks to Be Me" The Boy from Oz - Hugh Jackman and members of the company performed "Not the Boy Next Door", with a special appearance by Sarah Jessica Parker Caroline, or Change Tonya Pinkins performed "Lot's Wife" Wicked Idina Menzel, Kristin Chenoweth and members of the company performed "Defying Gravity" Revivals Assassins Members of the company performed "Everybody's Got the Right" Fiddler on the Roof Alfred Molina and company performed "Tradition"/"Bottle Dance" Wonderful Town Donna Murphy and members of the company performed "Swing!"


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2003 The 57th Annual Tony Awards was broadcast by CBS television from Radio City Music Hall on June 8, 2003. The event was hosted for the first time by Hugh Jackman.Presenters included: Benjamin Bratt, Toni Braxton, Matthew Broderick, Alan Cumming, Edie Falco, Joey Fatone, Laurence Fishburne, Sutton Foster, Danny Glover, Melanie Griffith, Frank Langella, John Leguizamo, John Lithgow, Julianna Margulies, Bebe Neuwirth, Sarah Jessica Parker, Rosie Perez, Lynn Redgrave, Vanessa Redgrave, Christopher Reeve, Ann Reinking, John Spencer, Marisa Tomei, Mike Wallace, and Barbara Walters. In addition, Jason Alexander and Martin Short, the stars of the national company of The Producers, presented an award from the stage of Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles.There were memorial tributes to cartoonist Al Hirschfeld, writer Peter Stone, and lyricist Adolph Green.Shows that performed were:New Musicals Movin' Out: Billy Joel opened by performing "New York State of Mind" live from Times Square, leading to a medley of "River of Dreams", "Keep the Faith" and "Only the Good Die Young" performed by the company of Movin' Out on stage at Radio City Music Hall. Hairspray--Harvey Fierstein, Matthew Morrison and Marissa Jaret Winokur led the company with "You Can't Stop the Beat" A Year with Frog and Toad--Mark Linn-Baker and Jay Goede performed "Alone" Revivals Nine--Antonio Banderas performed "Guido's Song" with the company La bohème--The company (including all 10 members of the principal ensemble) performed a medley from the opera Gypsy--Bernadette Peters performed "Rose's Turn" Man of La Mancha--Brian Stokes Mitchell performed "The Impossible Dream (The Quest)" with Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio

TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2002 he 56th Annual Tony Awards was broadcast by CBS from Radio City Music Hall on June 2, 2002; "The First Ten" awards ceremony was telecast on PBS television . The event was co-hosted by Bernadette Peters and Gregory Hines. The show opened with a tribute to Richard Rodgers, featuring a medley of his songs performed by Marvin Hamlisch, Harry Connick Jr, Michele Lee, Mos Def, Lea Salonga, Peter Gallagher, John Raitt, Bernadette Peters, Gregory Hines, and the company of Oklahoma! A Broadway/New York song medley was performed by Bernadette Peters and Gregory Hines.Musicals represented were: Into the Woods, Mamma Mia!, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Sweet Smell of Success, Urinetown The Musical, and Oklahoma!.


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2001 he 55th Annual Tony Awards was broadcast by CBS from Radio City Music Hall on June 3, 2001; "The First Ten" awards ceremony was telecast on PBS television . The event was co-hosted by Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick. Presenters: Joan Allen, Dick Cavett, Kristin Chenoweth, Glenn Close, Dame Edna, Edie Falco, Kathleen Freeman, Gina Gershon, Heather Headley, Cherry Jones, Jane Krakowski, Mark Kudisch, Eric McCormack, Audra McDonald, Reba McEntire, Donna McKechnie, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Gwynneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker, Bernadette Peters, Natasha Richardson, Doris Roberts, Gary Sinise, Lily Tomlin, Henry Winkler, and three "Broadway Babies" (Meredith Patterson, Bryn Bowling, and Carol Bentley). Musicals represented were: A Class Act ("Follow Your tar"/"Better"/"Self Portrait" -- Nancy Anderson, Jeff Blumenkrantz, Donna Bullock, Randy Graff, David Hibbard, Lonny Price, Patrick Quinn, Sara Ramirez); Bells Are Ringing ("I'm Going Back" -- Faith Prince); 42nd Street ("42nd Street" -- David Elder, Kate Levering and company); Follies ("I'm Still Here" -- Polly Bergen with Louis Zorich, Jessica Leigh Brown, Colleen Dunn, Amy Heggins, and Wendy Waring); The Full Monty ("Let It Go" -- John Ellison Conlee, Jason Danieley, André De Shields, Kathleen Freeman, Romain Fruge, Marcus Neville, Patrick Wilson, Thomas Fiss, and company); Jane Eyre ("Sirens" -- Marla Schaffel and James Barbour); The Producers, the new Mel Brooks Musical ("Along Came Bially" -- Roger Bart, Gary Beach, Matthew Broderick, Cady Huffman, Nathan Lane, Brad Oscar, and company); and The Rocky Horror Show ("Time Warp" -- Dick Cavett, Leah Delaria, Jerrod Emick, Kristen Lee Kelly, Alice Ripley, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Tom Hewitt, Raul Esparza, Sebastian LaCause, and company). lays were also presented:The Invention of Love, introduced by playwright Tom Stoppard. Montage with voice-over by Richard Easton. King Hedley II, introduced by playwright August Wilson. Excerpt performed by Viola Davis and Brian Stokes Mitchell. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, introduced by Joan Allen. Excerpt performed by Gary Sinise, Amy Morton, Tim Sampson, Bruce McCarty, Jeanine Morick, and Ron O. J. Parson. Proof, introduced by playwright David Auburn. Scene with Mary-Louise Parker and Ben Shenkman. The Tale of the Allergist's Wife, introduced by playwright Charles Busch. Scene with Linda Lavin, Tony Roberts, and Michele Lee. 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2000 The 54th Annual Tony Awards was broadcast by CBS from Radio City Music Hall on June 4, 2000; "The First Ten" awards ceremony was telecast on PBS television. The event was hosted by Rosie O’Donnell, with special guest Nathan Lane. O'Donnell has hosted a total of three times—1997, 1998, and 2000. The opening number was "A Tony Opening", with Rosie O’Donnell, Jane Krakowski, Jesse L. Martin, and Megan Mullally. Musicals represented were: Contact ; Kiss Me, Kate; Jesus Christ Superstar; The Music Man; The Wild Party (LaChiusa); Swing!; and James Joyce's The Dead. Michael Blakemore is the only director to win Tony Awards as Best Director of a Play and Best Director of a Musical in the same year. He won this year for Copenhagen (play) and Kiss Me, Kate (musical). 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1999 The 53rd Annual Tony Awards was broadcast by CBS from the Gershwin Theatre on June 6, 1999; "The First Ten" awards ceremony was telecast on PBS television. The show did not have a formal host.The opening number was "There's No Business Like Show Business", sung by Bernadette Peters, Tom Wopat, and the presenters.Host/Presenters: Julie Andrews, Bea Arthur, Alec Baldwin, Christine Baranski, Matthew Broderick, Carol Burnett, Zoe Caldwell, Mario Cantone, Stockard Channing, Alan Cumming, Judi Dench, Brian Dennehy, Laurence Fishburne, Calista Flockhart, David Hare, William Hurt, Swoosie Kurtz, Angela Lansbury, Audra McDonald, Terrence McNally, Sarah Jessica Parker, David Hyde Pierce, Chita Rivera, Jason Robards, Christian Slater, Kevin Spacey, Scott Wolf.The musicals represented were:The Civil War ("Freedom's Child" - Lawrence Clayton and Company); Peter Pan ("I'm Flying" - Cathy Rigby and children); Parade ("This Is Not Over Yet"/"The Old Red Hills of Home" - Carolee Carmello, Brent Carver and Company); You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown ("My New Philosophy"/"Happiness" - Kristin Chenoweth, Anthony Rapp and Company); Fosse ("Sing Sing Sing" - Company); Little Me ("Boom Boom" - Martin Short and Company); Annie Get Your Gun ("I Got the Sun in the Morning ";"Hoedown ";"Old-Fashioned Wedding" - Tom Wopat, Bernadette Peters and Company). The telecast included a special presentation featuring performers from several of the productions nominated as Best Play and Best Revival of a Play. 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1998 The 52nd Annual Tony Awards ceremony was held on June 7, 1998 at Radio City Music Hall and was broadcast by CBS television. A documentaries segment was telecast on PBS television . The ceremony was hosted by Rosie O'Donnell, who hosted a total of three times (1997, 1998, and 2000)...The opening number was "Broadway Divas", with Rosie O'Donnell and the Chicago dancers introducing: Patti LuPone ("Don't Cry For Me Argentina" from Evita); Jennifer Holliday ("And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" from Dreamgirls); and Betty Buckley ("Memory" from Cats).Musicals represented:Ragtime ("Ragtime" - Marin Mazzie, Audra McDonald and Company); The Sound of Music ("Wedding"/"Do-Re-Mi"/"The Sound of Music" Finale - Rebecca Luker and Company); 1776 ("Sit Down, John" - Richard Poe and Company); The Lion King ("Circle of Life" - Tsidii Le Loka and Company); Cabaret ("Willkommen" - Alan Cumming and Company); Side Show ("I Will Never Leave You" - Alice Ripley, Emily Skinner); and The Scarlet Pimpernel ("Into the Fire" - Douglas Sills and Company). 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1997 ..excellent picture , hosted by HOSTED BY ROSIE O'DONNELL 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1996 ..excellent picture , hosted by NATHAN LANE 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1995 ..excellent picture , hosted by GLENN CLOSE 


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TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1991.. 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1990 HOSTED BY KATHLEEN TURNER..excellent picture 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1989 HOSTED BY ANGELA LADSBURY.. excellent picture 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1988 HOSTED BY ANGELA LADSBURY.. excellent picture 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1987 HOSTED BY ANGELA LANDSBURY ....excellent picture 

TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1986 HOSTED BY HAL LINDEN a little grain, 

TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1985 HOSTED BY DICK VAN DYKE excellent picture 

TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1984 HOSTED BY ROBERT PRESTON excellent picture 

TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1983..INFO NOT AVAIL YET 

TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1982 Tony Awards: Tony Randall, Hal Linden, Geraldine Fitzgerald, James Earl Jones, Amanda Plummer, Swoosie Kurtz, Milton Berle, Tommy Tune, Lillian Gish, Robert Goulet, Inga Swenson, Leslie Uggams, Beth Howland, Rex Smith, Michelle Lee, Cher, Pam Dawber, Robert Preston, Michael Bennet, Ben Vereen, Jason Robards, Zoe Caldwell, Ann Miller, Jennifer Holliday, Lucie Arnaz, Marvin Hamlisch, Liliane Montevecci, Ginger Rogers, Lena Horne. 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1981 Tony Awards: Richard Chamberlin, Ellen Burstyn, Patricia Neal, Helen Hayes, Gregory Hines, Ann Miller, Jack Klugman, Robert Klein, Christopher Reeve, Jason Robards, Peter Nero, Ben Vereen, Billy D. Williams, Tony Roberts, Tony Randall, Robert Goulet, Richard Thomas, Jane Alexander, Swoosie Kurtz, Lucie Arnez, Jerry Orbach, Zoe Caldwell, Celeste Holm, Lynne Thigpen, Carol Bayer Sager, Hinton Battle, Meryl Streep, Hal Linden, Bea Arthur, Jose Ferrer, Lena Horne, Andrea McArdle, Nell Carter, Angela Lansbury, Patti LuPone, Phyllis Frelich, Michael Learned, Colleen Dewhurst, Ian McKellan, Lauren Bacall, Kander and Ebb, Diahhan Carroll, Kevin Kline, Julie Harris, Elizabeth Taylor, David Merrick. 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1978 Tony Awards: Robert Guillaume, Liza Minnelli, Michal Barisknikov, Bonnie Franklin, Linda Lavin, Bob Fosse, Ann Wedgworth, Nell Carter, Bob Hope, Dick Van Patten, Roy Scheider, Helen Hayes, Julie Harris, Hal Linden, Jessica Tandy, Kevin Kline, John Cullum, Imogine Coca, Ed Asner, Carol Channing, Gene Kelly, Jack Lemmon, Lauren Bacall. 



TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1975 Tony Awards: Valerie Harper, Art Carney, Bernadette Peters, Carol Lawrence, Larry Kert, Larry Blyden, Michelle Lee, Bobby Van, Fred Astaire, Rita Moreno, Buddy Ebson, Rosalind Russell, Angela Lansbury, Vincent Minnelli, Eve Arden, Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Julie Harris, Milton Berle, Carl Reiner, Jack Albertson, Carol Channing, Frank Langella, Ray Bolger, Jean Stapleton, Ellen Burstyn, Alexis Smith. 



TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1974 Tony Awards: Robert Preston, Florence Henderson, Cicely Tyson, Bette Davis, Peter Falk, Jane Powell, Henry Fonda, Al Pacino, Colleen Dewhurst, Liza Minelli, Glynnis Johns, Elizabeth Montgomery, Christopher Plummer, Andrews Sisters, Alan Alda, Marlo Thomas, Esther Rolle, Bea Arthur, Karen Black, Michael Learned, Hal Prince, Will Geer, Michael Bennett, Lesley Ann Warren, David Carradine, Suzanne Pleshette, Tommy Tune, Charles Nelson Reilly, Lynn Redgrave, Theodore Bikel, Joel Grey, Ed Asner, Ed Flanders, France Sternhagen, Cloris Leachman, Johnny Carson, Bette Midler, Carol Channing, Alice Faye, John Payne, Carol O’Connor, Jose Quintero, Dudley Moore, Ken Howard, Michelle Lee, Nancy Walker. 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1969 Tony Awards: Carol Burnett, Alan King, Diahann Carroll, Paula Prentiss, Richard Benjamin, Arthur Miller, Laurence Olivier, Art Carney, Gwen Verdon, Jerry Orbach, Shelley Winters, Arlene Francis, Robert Morse, Leslie Uggams, Marian Mercer, Angela Lansbury, Rex Harrison, Jane Alexander, James Earl Jones, Betty Comden, Adolf Green, Leonard Bernstein, Patty Duke, Harry Belafonte, Al Pacino, Ethel Merman, Lauren Bacall, Jack Lemmon, Julie Harris, Pearl Bailey, Robert Preston, Dustin Hoffman, Vanessa Redgrave. 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1967 Tony Awards: Joel Grey, Mary Martin, Robert Preston, John Lindsey, Lynn Redgrave, Jill Haworth, Lee Remick, John Forsythe, Iam Holm, Marian Seldes, Barbara Harris, Larry Blydon, Lauren Bacall, Beryl Reid, Kirk Douglas, David Merrick, Marge and Gower Champion, Harry Belafonte, Carol Burnett, Hal Prince, Zero Mostell, Angela Lansbury, Barbra Streisand. .

TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1961 Tony Awards: Phil Silvers, Henry Fonda, Gig Young, Patty Duke, Eddie Hodges, Patricia Neal, Lillian Gish, Joan Fontaine, Richard Burton, Anne Bancroft, Sidney Poitier, Tammy Grimes, Geraldine Page, David Merrick, Jessica Tandy, Paul Newman, Kay Medford, Charles Nelson Reilly, Carol Channing, Martin Gabel, Anna Maria Albergetti, Robert Goulet, Julie Andrews, Shirley Booth, Cyril Ritchard, Mary Martin, Elizabeth Seal, Zero Mostel, Fredrich March, Beatrice Lillie. 


TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1960 Tony Awards: Lori Peters, Eddie Albert, Christopher Plummer, Anne Revere, Carol Lawrence, Julie Newmar, Robert Morse, Peggy Cass, Patricia Neway, Elliot Nugent, James Thurber, Burgess Meredith, Vivien Leigh, Arthur Penn, Jason Robards, Jo Van Fleet, Michael Kidd, Tom Bosley, Lauren Bacall, Darren McGavin, Robert Stack, Peggy Wood, Celeste Holm, George Abbitt, Howard Lindsey, Russell Crouse, Jean Pierre Aumont, Helen Menkin, Helen Hayes, Anne Bancroft, Jackie Gleason, Ray Bolger, Mary Martin. 
 
 
 
 
 
SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS 
SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS SHOW 2011 120 minutes, crystal, Cee Lo Green, Melanie Fiona, Common, Marsha Ambrosius,Robin Thicke, Mindless Behavior, The Original 7ven, Doug E. Fresh,Lloyd Miguel, Cedric The Entertainer, Gladys Knight, Earth, Wind & Fire

SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS SHOW 2 DVD 2010, INCLUDES PURPLE CARPET 200 minutes, -- crystal , Erykah Badu, Michael Baisden, Bert Belasco, Eric Benet, Kid Capri,Fonzworth Bentley, Bilal, Just Blaze, Mary J. Blige, Wolf Blitzer, Chilli, Denise Boutte, Cleveland Brown, Peabo Bryson, Keyshia Cole, El DeBarge, Faith Evans, Dionne Farris, Rachelle Ferrell, Kim Fields, Melanie Fiona, Doug E. Fresh, Ginuwine, Cee Lo Green, Gyptian, Steve Harvey, Ray J, Lalah Hathaway, Freddie Jackson, R. Kelly, Kem, Ronreaco Lee, Biz Markie, Bruno Mars, Demitria McKinney, Chrisette Michele, K. Michelle, Chante Moore, Elise Neal, Ne-Yo, Jeffrey Osbourne, Russ Parr, Keisha Knight Pulliam, SWV,Lamman Rucker, Jazmine Sullivan, Goapele, Raven Symone, Tamia, Tank,Terry Vaughn, George Willborn, Anita Baker, Ronald Isley, Terrence Howard, Taraji P. Henson

SOUL TRAIN 1 DVD 2009 120 minutes, crystal… HOSTED BY TERRANCE HOWARD AND TARAJI P HENSON, with erykah badu, mr bentley, beyonce, boys II men, toni braxton, kandi burrus, vita chambers, bootsy collins, deborah cox, chico debarge, raheem devaughn, estelle, fantasia, melonie fiona, sean garrett, ginuwine, johnny gill, anthony hamilton, mc hammer, keri hilson, ray j, claudia jorden, lyfe jennings, k-ci & jojo, chaka kahn, ledisi, ryan leslie, hal linton, latoya luckett, mario, brian mcknight, melle mel, chrisette michelle, monica, musiq soulchild, kelly price, keisha knight pulliam, the real housewives of atlanta, trey singz, angie stone, keith sweat, tamia, robin thicke, charlie wilson and more.

SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD THIRTEENTH ANNUAL SHRINE AUDITORIUM LOS ANGELES CA 3/26/99... Co-Hosts: Brian McKnight, Monica, Tyra Banks; Special Award Recipient: THE 1999 QUINCY JONES AWARD - for outstanding career achievements in the field of entertainment: LUTHER VANDROSS; THE 1999 SAMMY DAVIS JR. AWARD - "As Entertainer of the Year" - Female for outstanding achievements in the field of entertainment during 1998: LAURYN HILL; THE 1999 SAMMY DAVIS JR. AWARD - "As Entertainer of the Year" - Male for outstanding achievements in the field of entertainment during 1998: R. KELLY; Musical Performances By: Deborah Cox, El Debarge, Kirk Franklin & The Nu Nation, Johnny Gill, Dru HIll, Lauryn Hill, Whitney Houston, R. Kelly, Kenny Lattimore, Monica, Kelly Price f/Da Brat, Busta Rhymes; Celebrity Presenters of Awards: Jon B., Erykah Badu, Eric Benet, Tracy Bingham, Lisa Nicole Carson, Cherokee, Mystro Clark, Destiny's Child, Ginuwine, Eddie Griffin, Peter Gunz, Herbie Hancock, Valerie Hill, Tom Joyner, Monifah, Tia & Tamara Mowry, Mya, NAS, Naughty By Nature, Next, Outkast, DJ Quik, Shanice, Sparkle, Tracie Spencer, Keith Sweat, Lord Tariq, Timbaland, Trin-I-Tee 5:7, TQ, Tyrese. 

SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD ELEVENTH ANNUAL SHRINE AUDITORIUM LOS ANGELES CA 3/7/97... Beginning comes in with Isley Brothers performing and the ending cuts off few minutes early; Co-Hosts: Gladys Knight, LL Cool J, Brandy; Special Award Recipient: THE 1997 HERITAGE AWARD - for outstanding career achievements in the field of entertainment: CURTIS MAYFIELD; THE 1997 SAMMY DAVIS JR. AWARD - "As Entertainer of the Year" for outstanding achievements in the field of entertainment during 1996: BABYFACE; Musical Performances By: Isley Brothers, EnVogue, BLACKstreet, Mint Condition, Maxwell, Keith Sweat, Gladys Knight, The Fugees, Mary J Blige; Celebrity Presenters of Awards: Quincy Jones, Will Smith, Busta Rhymes, Tony Rich, Outkast, AZ Yet, Aaliyah, 112, Monifah, Monica, Puff Daddy, Kenny Lattimore, Da Brat, Zhane, Deborah Cox, Immature, Brian McKnight, Robert Townsend, Shari Headley, Heavy D, Tisha Campbell, Michelle Thomas, Dru Hill, Montell Jordan, SWV, Alfonzo Hunter, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Ray J., 702, Brownstone, The Notorious B.I.G., Tamia, Salli Richardson, New Edition. 

SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD TENTH ANNUAL 1996... L.L. Cool J. opens the show, TLC performs; LL Cool J, Anita Baker, and Brandy are the hosts, Salt n’ Pepa present with Shmar, TLC win, Anita Baker sings, Sinbad presents TLC win, Anita returns, Bill Cosby, Boyz II Men are honored, LL Cool J returns, Mary J. sings, space, Yolanda Adams sings, Brandy sings, Seal introduces a tribute to Patti LaBelle, with Peabo Bryson, and others singing to Patti, Brandy returns, CeCe Peniston presents, Tevin Campbell presents, TLC win, Patti LaBelle sings, Mary J. wins, end of show. 

SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD NINTH ANNUAL 1995... Boyz II Men opens the show; Patti Labelle, Anita Baker, and Baby Face are the hosts, Brandy and Queen Latifah perform together, Anita Baker, Halle Berry presents, Boyz II Men win, Patti returns, Herbie Hancock performs, MC Hammer presents, Anita Baker sings, Patti returns, Toni Braxton presents, Brandy wins, Anita wins, Baby Face sings, Queen Latifah is honored, Patti returns, Sounds of Blackness wins, Don Cornelius introduces Berry Gordy, Diana Ross is honored, Patti Labelle sings for her, Jackee’ and Thelma Houston present, Boyz II Men win, Sinbad presents, Barry White wins, Patti performs again with the LaVert family, Patti comes back, Anita wins. 

SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD SEVENTH ANNUAL 1993

SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD SIXTH ANNUAL 1992... Luther Vandross, Patti LaBelle, Vanessa Williams and Will Smith host, Colour Me Badd sing, Vanessa introduces, Jody Watley presents, Boyz II Men win, Patti LaBelle introduces, BeBe and CeCe Winans win, Will Smith sings, BeBe and CeCe sing, Queen Latifah presents, Lisa Fischer, Julie Brown presents, Natalie Cole wins: accepts via satellite, Janet Jackson is honored, EnVogue commercial, Vanessa Williams sings, Rosie Perez presents, Colour Me Badd, Boyz II Men sing, Prince is honored, Stephanie Mills sings with Patti LaBelle, Prince speaks, Karyn Parsons presents, Keith Washington wins, Colour Me Badd wins, Luther wins and then sings after the break, Holly Robinson presents, Anita Baker commercial; our hosts come back and say goodbye. 

SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD FIFTH ANNUAL 1991... Johnny Gill opens the show; Dionne Warwick, Patti LaBelle, and Luther Vandross are the hosts, Mariah Carey wins, Dionne Warwick introduces EnVogue who sing, Luther speaks, Sheena Easton presents, Patti LaBelle, LL Cool J sings, Paula Abdul commerical, Dionne speaks, Sammy Davis’ widow speaks, MC Hammer wins, Luther, Mariah wins, Patti introduces Dionne and she sings, EnVogue wins, Patti, Teddy Pendergas sings, Luther, Vanessa Williams presents, MC Hammer wins, Dionne, Whoopi Goldberg, tribute to Smokey Robinson: Luther, Patti and Gladys Knight sing to him. 

SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD FOURTH ANNUAL SHRINE AUDITORIUM LOS ANGELES CA 3/14/90... Co-Hosts: Dionne Warwick, Patti LaBelle, Luther Vandross; Special Award Recipients: THE 1990 HERITAGE AWARD - for outstanding career achievements in the field of entertainment: QUINCY JONES; THE 1990 SAMMY DAVIS JR. AWARD - "As Entertainer of the Year" for outstanding achievements in the field of entertainment during 1989: ARSENIO HALL; Musical Performances By: Regina Belle, Big Daddy Kane, Bobby Brown, Tevin Campbell, El Debarge, James Ingram, Milli Vanilli, Teddy Riley, Soul II Soul, Al B Sure, Jody Watley, Barry White, The Winans, Dionne Warwick, Luther Vandross, Patti LaBelle, Stevie Wonder, The Popcorn Kids Choir; Celebrity Presenters of Awards: New Edition, Young M.C., Rick Dees, The Pointer Sisters, Calloway, Bebe & Cece Winans, Stacy Lattisaw, Eric Gable, David Peaston, Marla Gibbs, Surface, Antonio "L.A." Reid, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, Paula Abdul, Lisa Stansfield, Heavy D & The Boyz, Troop Larry Blackmon, Carole Gist (Miss USA), Stevie Wonder, Anita Baker, Kenny G, Guy, Deniece Williams, Michael Bolton, Tone Loc, Edwin Hawkins. 

SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD THIRD ANNUAL 1989... Patti LaBelle and Dionne Warwick host, Jasmine Guy presents, Al B. Shure wins, Dionne returns, Sheena Easton performs, Dionne comes back, Ashford and Simpson sing, Stephanie Mills and Lou Gossett Jr. present, Bobby Brown performs, Patti LaBelle performs, Lisa Lisa presents, Patti speaks, Karyn White presents, Patti introduces Dionne who sings “The man in the mirror”, Heather Locklear presents, Anita Baker wins, Dionne returns, Sammy Davis Jr. speaks, Eddie Murphy speaks, Elizabeth Taylor speaks, Michael Jackson is honored, Patti returns, Michael Jackson wins, Melissa Manchester presents, Anita Baker wins, Jackee’ commercial, a gospel number, Anita Pointer presents, Michael Jackson wins, Dionne returns, Bobby Brown wins, Patti speaks, Anita Baker wins. 

SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD SECOND ANNUAL 4/3/88... INCOMPLETE RECORDING... Dionne introduces Natalie Cole, who sings “Pink Cadillac”, Dawn Lewis presents, Miki Howard wins, The Whispers perform, Sheena Easton presents, LaVert wins, L.L. Cool J. performs,Chaka Kahn, Stephanie Mills perform together, Gladys Knight and the Pips are honored, Dionne Warwick and Howard Hewitt perform together ( just a minute or so ), Patti LaBelle sings, Chaka Kahn presents, Lisa Hartman presents, Natalie Cole wins, Jody Watley presents, Gladys Knight performs... recording ends here. 

SOUL TRAIN MUSIC AWARDS 1 DVD FIRST ANNUAL SANTA MONICA CIVIC AUDITORIUM SANTA MONICA CA 3/23/87... Co-Hosts: Dionne Warwick, Luther Vandross; Special Award Recipient: THE 1987 HERITAGE AWARD - for outstanding career achievements in the field of entertainment: STEVIE WONDER; Musical Performances By: Cameo (Partial performance), LL Cool J, Whitney Houston, Luther Vandross, Dionne Warwick, Al Jarreau, Run DMC, Stevie Wonder, George Benson, Paul Jackson, Bob James, Carlos Vega, Freddie Washington, Paulino Da Costa, David Sanborn, George Duke, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Andrae Crouch, Sandra Crouch, Shirley Caesar, Tramaine Hawkins, Edwin Hawkins, The Williams Brothers, Cissy Houston, The Winans; Celebrity Presenters of Awards: Stephanie Mills, Billy Vera, Marsha Warfield, James Ingram, Deniece Williams, Willie Tyler, Janet Jackson, George Benson, Marilyn McCoo, Billy Davis Jr., Reverend Benjamin Hooks, Troy Beyer, Emma Samms, James Cleveland, George E. Johnson, Vanessa Williams, Kenny G, Barbara Weathers, Wayne Lewis, Jeffrey Osborne, Meli’sa Morgan, Walter & Scott=y Scott, Barry & Glodean White, Telma Hopkins, Yellowjackets, Little Richard, Grace Jones, Isaac Hayes, Whitney Houston, Don King, David Sanborn, Al Jarreau. 

SOUL TRAIN 25th ANNIVERSARY 1 DVD HALL OF FAME SPECIAL... Arsenio Hall is the host, Stevie Wonder performs, Diana Ross tribute and then she performs; Debbie Allen, Rosie Perez and Robert Townsend speak, Al Green performs, Patti LaBelle tribute and then she performs “Forever Young” M.C. Hammer performs; Jasmine Guy and Tisha Campbell speak; they show old clips of: Aretha Franklin, Prince, Janet Jackson, Anita Baker, Barry White, Cameo, Toni Braxton, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson; Diana Ross returns to perform again; old clips of Marvin Gaye, Whitney Houston speaks, Bill Clinton speaks, Michael Jackson tribute and then he performs two songs, the second one after the break; Stevie Wonder closes the show.


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