The fall segment of the fifth season of Sammy Hagar‘s AXS TV reality series Rock & Roll Road Trip kicks off Sunday, October 4, at 8:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. PT with an episode featuring popular country duo Brooks & Dunn.
Among the other celebrities that will be featured on the upcoming six-show run are Metallica‘s James Hetfield, George Thorogood, REO Speedwagon‘s Kevin Cronin and Dave Amato, Toto guitarist Steve Lukather, Train frontman Pat Monahan, Chris Daughtry and veteran session and touring drummer Kenny Aronoff.
Hetfield, Thorogood and the REO Speedwagon members are among a variety of stars that will appear on the Rock & Roll Road Trip episode premiering on October 11, which will focus on a February 2020 tribute concert for the late Eddie Money. The program, dubbed “Memories of Money,” will showcase footage from the concert, which saw Hagar hitting the stage to perform with some of Eddie’s musical children, as well as other tribute performances from the aforementioned musicians, Greg Kihn, Starship singer Mickey Thomas, comic Louie Anderson and more.
Lukather and Aronoff will both be featured on the November 1 installment of Rock & Roll Road Trip, while the season will wind down November 8 with one-hour special, the details of which will be announced soon.
“I could not be happier to finally be back in business on the fifth season of Rock & Roll Road Trip,” Hagar says. “We have so much fun with this series, and there are a lot of cool appearances and performances planned for the second-half. I think our fans are really going to enjoy it, and I hope we can provide them with some much-needed entertainment during this time.”
Here’s the full list of upcoming Rock & Roll Road Trip episodes:
10/4 — “Only in America,” with Brooks & Dunn
10/11 — “Memories of Money,” with James Hetfield, George Thorogood & more
10/18 — “Training Dai,” with Pat Monahan
10/25 — “Passing the Torch, with Chris Daughtry
11/1 — with Kenny Aronoff & Steve Lukather
11/8 — One-Hour Special
By Matt Friedlander
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