Then Pop-Up Video , Divas , and a few other kitschy programs saw the network attract a wider audience. Narrated by the unmistakable Jim Forbes, the program chronicled the highs and lows of musicians. Though somewhat formulaic with its structure artist is picked on as a kid, moves to big city, artist meets collaborator, artist has success, something bad happens, artist bottoms out, artist figures it out, artist rebounds , the stories remained captivating. Starting in with its profile of Milli Vanilli, the show became a go-to show for dedicated music fans with its iconic title card that featured silhouettes of a band with the words fame, fortune, glory, success, heartbreak, and passion scrolling across the screen. Many of the stories highlighted on Behind The Music were known within a small circle of insiders. In fact, the series was the first time that many of the tales became wider public knowledge. List 'Em Carefully. Share this: Facebook Twitter Reddit. Page 1 Page 2 Page 3. Don't Be Dull.
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Behind the Music follows the careers of famous rockers, chart-toppers, and singer-songwriters. The best episodes of Behind the Music often find bands dealing with tragedy before finding success. Some good episodes of Behind the Music also focus on the personal lives of the musicians some of which get involved in scandalous affairs. What are the best episodes of Behind the Music? Metallica's edition is a fan favorite. It finds the iconic metal group coping with the death of a bandmate and follows them through their rise on rock radio. Aaliyah is the subject of another good episode from Behind the Music as is Shania Twain who overcame adversity to become one of the best-selling artists of all time. Do you have a favorite Behind the Music episode? Give the best episodes a vote up and vote down any episodes you may not have liked.
Behind the Music is a documentary television series on VH1. Each episode profiles and interviews a popular musical artist or group. The program examines the beginning of their career, their road to success and the hardships they may have encountered. Each show focuses on a musician or musical group, documenting both the successes of the musicians and the problems they faced during their careers. Except for the first two episodes which focused on Milli Vanilli and M. Hammer , all programs are narrated by Jim Forbes. Forbes was later used to narrate the Milli Vanilli episode when it was modified to include the death of Rob Pilatus. This is as opposed to VH1's other biography show, VH1's Legends , which profiles musicians that have been very significant to the industry. Nobody knew where they were.