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at Osage City, KS: Rick was interviewed by Channel 49 in
Topeka during his April, 2006 visit to Osage City. It's a nice little spot.
Out To Lunch: Dine out with Rick Springfield for Italian
food and revealing conversation. This clip originally provided by Joanne
Suriano. Special thanks!
CNN Headline News: Thanks to a very industrious Shock Team member, Rick was featured on CNN Headline news on 5/14/04.Good Day Live: Rick's appearance to promote SDAA on Good Day Live. . : Rick's clip on E! Channel's Teen Idols show was a great promotional piece detailing his rise from hard working rock beginnings, detour through soap stardom, and back on track to rock and roller extraordinaire. Interview interspersed with older footage. Terrific look back while looking forward!
Jimmy Kimmel 5/12/04: Part One: The two part appearance by Rick on late night TV. Great exposure, great performance of Beautiful You!
VH1 Valentine's Dedication Commercial: Recorded in early February at the VH1 studios, you won't ever think of candy hearts the same after viewing this brief commercial. :)
VH1 Classics Commercial: Check out the streaming Real Media file of the commercial which aired on VH1 Classics...they are were a big player in the promotion of SDAA.: Did you miss it? VH1's True Spin has Rick talking about the origin of Jessie's Girl and the true story behind it. Check out their hilarious three takes on it and see Rick comment on their validity.
Politically Incorrect Part One: Check out Rick's "a few words in edgewise" appearance on the now defunct "Politically Incorrect" with Bill Maher. Rick's polite nature tended to let him get overshadowed next to some blustery guests on this show, but it is worth viewing. Clip one shows him discussing school uniforms and how uniforms affect, or don't affect student behavior. This show was taped immediately after the Columbine High School tragedy.
Politically Incorrect Part Two: A second clip from this same appearance in which Rick talks eloquently about racism, and the lack of it he encountered growing up in Australia.