Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by HS Cult Leader, Jan 9, 2016.
From 1983 MV3
I don't remember it but the girl from Berlin was very pretty.
She still is.
From back in the day.
Our local metropolitan area had their own home brew video show. Unfortunately, it featured mostly hard rock and Top 40.
We got this series run non-stop at the old Club Antenna on Madison Ave in Memphis.
In between the punk acts.
Why did they call it MV3, was it because it sounded like MTV?
People forget that she also acted when she was young and did quite a few bit parts on TV, and a few movies too. Probably her biggest role was "Thank God It's Friday", L.A.'s Disco film answer to NY's "Saturday Night Fever".
The only video show I got was one broadcast out of canada. I loved it back then, but looking back now, holy shit is that cheesy!!!!!!
Absolutely, there was an audience at that time because not everyone had cable, my family house included. Our house was built in '77 and had the new underground utilities, so because the cable companies didn't run ground cables yet and there wasn't a power poll near our house, we were shit out of luck. So all my friends in high school had MTV, but I didn't, I still remember driving home from school and flipping on this show to catch the live appearances. The host Richard Blade was the New Wave DJ for the "ORIGINAL" KROQ (K-Rock) in L.A., the name they later took to N.Y. for Howard's (W) Infinity station.
That would be Terri Nunn.
Before cable I used to watch Friday Night Videos.
Thanks for the info.
I used to watch MTV, Friday Night Videos, and Nick Rocks, but never saw this.
you're speaking my language, man.
Remember that VH1 show Bands Reunited? She still looked pretty good then.
We never got the show around Boston. We did have V66 for a while