These days the little screens in the palms of our hands (remember when we used to talk on phones?) have become audio and visual jukeboxes. But once upon a time one of the best places to hear new music was on your TV. From dance shows like “Soul Train” to talent searches like “American Idol” the little box in the living room was a gateway to all that that we wanted to hear and know about our favorite artists.
Take a trip with us down memory lane as we remember the shows then and now they gave us our music fix on a daily and weekly basis.
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