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Old 07-03-2018, 06:45 PM
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Default Bob Welch interviews Mick on "Hollywood Heartbeat"

This is something weird I discovered today: a short lived TV show called HOLLYWOOD HEARTBEAT, hosted by Bob Welch.
From Wikipedia: Hollywood Heartbeat is a syndicated Music video television show that ran in the United States from 1980-81. The show was hosted by Fleetwood Mac guitarist Bob Welch, five years after he had resigned from the band and was produced by Lawrence Smith. Later episodes were hosted by Mackenzie Phillips. Theme music for the series was by Carmine Appice, which he later included a reworked version on his eponymous album the following year.
Taking advantage of music videos being produced more commonly by record labels to promote their records, the show was a precursor to MTV, which launched the following year. Beyond the record label produced music videos,[3] original music videos focusing on the hot acts from the Los Angeles club scene were produced exclusively for the show. Musicians making some of their first televised appearances included Berlin, The Plimsouls, Toni Basil, Shandi, Paul Warren & Explorer, Gary Myrick and the Figures, Surf Punks, 20/20 and The GoGos.
Welch would do the wrap around content, frequently from the back of a convertible driving around the Sunset Strip and similar club areas at night. He would also do interviews with celebrities from the scene like Stewart Copeland, Madame Wong, Dave Hlubek, John Densmore and Joan Jett
Here's Bob interviewing Mick
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