Ringo Starr talks to Lynn Hoffman about drumming as a lefty in this A&E Private Sessions video. He said John Lennon constantly challenged him to improve his drumming.
In this Private Sessions video, Ringo Starr performs the Beatles classic, "Boys".
Lynn from Private Sessions sits down and interviews actor Michael Douglas and talks about how his character in his new movie King of California is so lovable. We also learn that the movie had a very low budget.
Sheryl Crow performs her new song "Gasoline."
Private Sessions: Blues Traveler talks about their hit album, Four. Four made their career with some of the best songs yet, but Blues Traveler also say it is a shame because everyone expects them to play their old songs instead of some new ones.
Watch Alanis Morissette's exclusive performance of her song "Underneath."
Private Sessions: Avril Lavigne talks about her new album "The Best Damn Thing." On this album, Avril is trying a lot of new sounds and the styles of music that she is sure her audience will love.
This Sunday, December 5th at 9 am only on A&E's Private Sessions: Rock legend MEAT LOAF sits down with host Lynn Hoffman and shares insights about his multi-faceted career.
Cyndi talks about her former positions of employment.
An A&E Private Sessions clip where Avril Lavigne talks about being discovered while still in high school. She was 15 with a record deal. The best part was that she got to drop out of high school.
Cyndi Lauper discusses the various covers of her song "Time After Time," including Marilyn Manson.
In this Private Sessions video, Ringo Starr talks to Lynn Hoffman about the Beatles breakup. He said they no longer wanted to put the time or energy into their music. He thought it would be the end of his career.
Seal performs the song, "Amazing"
Private Sessions: Blues Traveler talks about their new acoustic album coming out; they wanted to have two albums come out right after each other with the classic Blues Traveler feeling in the songs but they had a few speed bumps along the way.
Cyndi Lauper performs an inspired version of "Time After Time."
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