Where Are They Now? finds out where GWAR is today.
Guest Stars: Gwar
Quiet Riot, Ike Turner, Motley Crue, Poison, Bobby Brown, Sammy Hagar, David Crosby, Def Leppard, ? and the Mysterians, Iggy Pop, and Johnny Rotten.
American Graffiti was one of the first films to use rock 'n' roll to tell its story. The soundtrack boasts some of the biggest musical stars of the '50s and '60s. In this special Where Are They Now? checks in with some of the soundtrack artists and see what they've been up to in the last 25 years.
We also catch up with the cast, including Richard Dreyfuss, Cindy Williams, MacKenzie Phillips, Kathleen Quinlan, Ron Howard, Harrsion Ford and Suzanne Somers.
Find out where they were then, and what they're up to now.
Bad Company, Buffalo Springfield, Emerson, Lake, and Palmer, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Argent, Pretty Things, Blue Oyster Cult, Moby Grape and Grand Funk Railroad
Wham!, Debbie Gibson, Menudo, Rick Springfield, Duran Duran, New Edition, New Kids on the Block and Tiffany.
Cinderella, RATT, KIX, Ron Keel, Midnight Oil, Vixen, Lemon Pipers, Devo, Madness, The Dream Academy, Naked Eyes, Flock of Seagulls, Ashford & Simpson, Jack Blades, Engelbert Humperdink, Jon Secada and Wilson Phillips.
Josie Bissett as Jane Mancini from Melrose Place, Lisa Rinna as Taylor McBride from Melrose Place, Jamie Walters as Ray Pruit from Beverly Hills 90210, Greg Vaughan as Cliff Yeager from Beverly Hills 90210, and Susan Ward as Bree from Malibu Shores.
Where Are They Now? finds out where even more of your favorite 80's icons are doing today.
David Cassidy, Donny & Marie Osmond, Leif Garrett, The DeFranco Family, the Jackson 5 and Andy Gibb and Johnny Rotten.
Using interviews, film clips, performance footage and exclusive home movies, Where Are They Now?: AM Classics revisits the past musical successes of artists who climbed the charts in the '70s and '80s, and updates viewers on their current personal and professional activities.
From casualties of fame to rock and roll survivors, get the lowdown on such hitmakers as:
* "Dreamweaver" Gary Wright, now making his dream of an online record label a reality.
* Johnny Lee, who has gone from "Looking for Love in All The Wrong Places" to selling live performances from Gilley's on television.
* Eric Carmen, who is now cashing checks and kicking back, thanks to his "All By Myself" being covered by Celine Dion, Sheryl Crow and many other artists.
Where Are They Now?: AM Classics also catches up with Player ("Baby Come Back"), Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis ("You Don't Have To Be A Star"), Orleans ("Still The One), Firefall ("You Are The Woman") Michael Martin Murphey ("Wildfire") and other artists whose tunes you just can't help singing along to.
Anthrax, Tuff, Stryper, Saigon Kick, Jackal, Trixter, Bobbie Brown, Faster Pussycat, and Yngwie Malmsteen.
Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing, Didi Conn, and Susan Buckner.
Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing, Didi Conn, Jeff Conaway, Jamie Donnelly, Lorenzo Lamas, Susan Buckner, Sha Na Na and Frankie Avalon.
Where Are They Now? finds out where your favorite guys from the movie Grease are today.
Air Supply, The Knack, Journey, Captain & Tennille, Jack Wagner, Loverboy, Right Said Fred, Juice Newton, MC Hammer, The Hooters, Christopher Cross, Huey Lewis & the News, Mr. Mister, Peaches & Herb, Styx, Richard Marx and Vanilla Ice.
The Go Go's, Dale Bozzio from Missing Persons\, Patty Smyth, Wendy O' Williams from The Plasmatics, Bananarama, Michelle Visage, The Bangles, Sheila E., Denise Matthews AKA Vanity, Patricia Kotero AKA Appolonia, Wendy & Lisa, Sheena Easton, Heart, Lita Ford, Joan Jett, Martha Davis from the Motels and Toni Basil.
Robia LaMorte, Sheila E., Grace Jones, LaBouche, Carnie Wilson, and Rita Coolidge.
Sir Mix-A-Lot, The Jets, Ce Ce Peniston, Snap, Gerardo, Club Nouveau, Jesus Jones, Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam, and Nia Peeples.
The Gap Band, Taste Of Honey, Evelyn "Champagne" King, Rose Royce, Wild Cherry, Hues Corporation, BT Express, Patrice Rushen, Carol Douglas, and Andrea True Connection.
Harry Wayne Casey from KC & the Sunshine Band, Ami Stewart, Blondie, Alicia Bridges, Anita Ward, Cheryl Lynn, Thelma Houston, Yvonne Elliman, The Trammps, Donna Summer, Chic, Vicki Sue Robinson, Kool & the Gang, Earth Wind & Fire, The Commodores, Rose Royce, Abba, Gloria Gaynor, Rick James, Musique and The Village People.
Big Country, Black Flag, Husker Du, Lemme Motorhead, Pat Boone, Romeo Void, Spandau Ballet from Tony Hadey, Style Council/The Jam from Paul Weller, The Cars, The Outfield, and The Ramones.
Christie Brinkley, Carol Alt, Stephanie Seymour, Jerry Hall, Irina Pantelova, Frederique Van Der Wal, Carmen, Rachel Hunter and Veronica Webb.
Anne Murray, Bonnie Tyler, Brenda K. Starr, Pebbles, Pretty Poison, Sophie B. Hawkins, Teena Marie, Terri Nunn from Berlin and Tracie Spencer.
Segments include interviews with: Musique "Push, Push In The Bush," Steve Dahl (disco sucks movement DJ), Spinners "Could It Be I'm Falling Love," "Working My Way Back To You," "Then Came You," Heatwave "Boogie Nights," "Always And Forever," McFadden and Whitehead "Ain't No Stoppin Us Now," Lipps Inc. 's Steve Greenberg "Funky Town," SOS Band "Take Your Time Do It Right," Average White Band "Pick Up The Pieces," and Brothers Johnson "Stomp."
Deniece Williams, Suzi Quatro, Martika, The Mary Jane Girls, Pat Benetar, Kiki Dee, Heart, Crystal Waters and Kim Carnes.