History of Music Videos

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Did you know Michael Jackson used special boots for his infamous "lean" in "Smooth Criminal"? C'mon guys, he might have been the best performer ever, but no one can defy gravity. With host and music historian Stephen Pitalo, you'll learn a lot more bizarre facts about the art form that makes us all get a glimpse of our favorite musicians in action. He'll take you from 1976, when jazz films were all the rage, to the first time "Video Killed the Radio Star" aired on MTV and all the way to the early '90s when Seattle band Nirvana released its video for "Smells Like Teen Spirit" that we now all know to be the teen anthem of the 1990s.


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