Watch music on TV: AXS TV programming highlights for the week of Oct. 22-28
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AXS TV delivers informative and entertaining music content to your living room every day. This week’s exciting programming lineup features the kickoff of the U.S. broadcast of “The X Factor UK” Judges’ Houses round tonight at 9 p.m. ET, plus iconic Rush frontman Geddy Lee sits down with Dan Rather on “The Big Interview” on Oct. 24. Check out more details about AXS TV’s programming highlights for Oct. 22 through Oct. 28 below.


“The X Factor UK” Judges’ Houses – 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT

AXS TV brings you more of the UK’s renowned reality singing competition as “The X Factor UK” continues with Sharon Osbourne, Simon Cowell, Nicole Scherzinger, and Louis Walsh taking their Six Chair Challenge finalists to their fabulous homes around the world in the Judges’ Houses round. The Six Chair Challenge was arguably one of the most intense battles in series history this season. In the end, only the best contenders will survive Judges' Houses and advance to sing for the public vote in the Live Shows. Plus, famous artists like Stormzy and former “X Factor UK” judge Cheryl Cole will be on hand to help the judges choose their final acts. The action airs in the U.S. tonight and tomorrow at 9 p.m. ET.


“The Big Interview with Dan Rather” – Geddy Lee – 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT

Rush frontman Geddy Lee just might be one of rock music's most legendary bass players. Award-winning newsman and AXS TV host Dan Rather sits down with Lee to discuss his prolific career, including his time served as lead vocalist, keyboardist, and songwriter for Canadian Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, Rush. Rush, which is comprised of Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart, earned a total of seven Grammy nominations across almost four decades of churning out huge hard rock hits like “Tom Sawyer,” “Freewill” and more. Be sure to tune into “The Big Interview” to watch Lee reflect on the music, the fame, the challenges and more.


“Classic Albums: Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of The Moon” – 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT

English rock band Pink Floyd arguably changed the face of music when they released their experimental eighth studio album, The Dark Side of the Moon,” in 1973. The progressive rock masterpiece was recorded at renowned Abbey Road Studios. Each side of the album contains a continuous stream of music with the tracks depicting various stages of the human experience. Fans and critics alike consider this album to be one of Pink Floyd’s most important works. “Classic Albums” explores the album’s origins and evolution using rare performance footage, interviews, music critic commentary., and more. Pink Floyd fans and rock lovers everywhere won’t want to miss “Classic Album’s” spin on this amazing work of art.

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