1. Top of The Pops 09/26/85: Don’t Stop the Dance (Performance-incomplete)
2. The Greenwich Millennium Party from The National Maritime Museum 06/08/02: Opening and “Falling In Love Again” & “You Must Remember This” (Live)
3. Fashion Rocks For The Prince’s Trust 10/29/03: Opening, Bryan ferry for Tom Ford Collection with “Let’s Stick Together” (Live)
4. Later with Jools Holland 11/07/14: Bryan Ferry: Opening then introduction of Bryan Ferry performing “Loop De LI”. Later in the program Bryan performs “Driving Me Wild” and closes the show with “One Night Stand” (Live)
5. N i g h t F l i g h t Vintage Video Profile with Bryan Ferry 05/13/85: (Original broadcast and recording of this can be found on Segment #1 Volume I. This is that same segment presented here in much better quality and more complete) In-depth and exclusive Interview with Bryan which is one of the VERY FEW he did for American television at this time in his career. Music videos are dispersed through out this classic time capsule. “Video Profile” of Bryan Ferry is one of N i g h t F l i g h t ’s finest, featuring a candid interview with Lisa Robinson at the N i g h t F l i g h t studios and a myriad of classic videos. With a perfectly curated mix of Roxy Music art pop and the decadently romantic solo work, this episode provides a compelling survey of one of popular musics most elegant frontmenAvalon (Music Video), Profile continues, Exclusive Interview with Bryan Ferry by Lisa Robinson (Part 1 of 4): Bryan discusses his life with Jerri Hall, The Price of Love (Music Video), Exclusive Interview with Bryan Ferry by Lisa Robinson (Part 2 of 4): Bryan discusses his public persona and personal life, Angel Eyes (Music Video), profile continues, Same Old Scene (Music Video), profile continues, Jealous Guy (Music Video), Exclusive Interview with Bryan Ferry by Lisa Robinson (Part 3 of 4): Bryan discusses the fact that many artists have called him an influence, profile continues, Let’s Stick Together (Music Video), Exclusive Interview with Bryan Ferry by Lisa Robinson (Part 4 of 4): Bryan discusses working as Roxy Music and internal conflicts and Slave to Love (Music Video) (30:01) Music videos include “The Price of Love”, “Slave To Love”
6. The 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Record Date 03/29/19 and Air Date 04/27/19: Opening and The band was inducted by Duran Duran members Simon Le Bon and John Taylor. Both musicians have long cited Roxy Music as one of their influences. Bryan Ferry spoke for the band onstage, giving thanks to the group’s various members over the years, as well as the “great team behind the scene” as he named producers and engineers the band had worked with over the years. “We’d like to thank everybody for this unexpected honor,” he said, singling out the band’s fans before he exited and the group performed for the first time in eight years. Original keyboardist Brian Eno and drummer Paul Thompson weren’t there — Eno is refusing to fly for environmental reasons; Thompson is suffering from arthritis — but Ferry led a band including Roxy guitarist Phil Manzanera, saxophonist Andy Mackay and keyboardist Eddie Jobson. They were rounded out by other musicians who’ve performed with the band throughout the years. They started their set with “In Every Dream Home a Heartache,” from 1973’s For Your Pleasurebefore moving onto “Out of the Blue” (from Country Life), “Love Is the Drug” (their only U.S. Top 40 hit), an abbreviated “More Than This” and the title track from their final album, 1982’s Avalon, and “Editions of You” from For Your Pleasure. Roxy Music rose to prominence in the ‘70s thanks to their innovative fusion of glam rock, punk and New Wave influences. The group was also at the forefront of weaving electronic elements into its sound. Though their biggest commercial success was achieved in the U.K. and throughout Europe, the singles “Love Is the Drug” and “Dance Away” received modest radio airplay in the States. While a full-fledged Roxy Music reunion remains unlikely, fans will have the opportunity to celebrate one of their classic albums. Ferry, the group’s singer and songwriter, is set to tour this summer with a show based around the band’s platinum-selling 1982 release, Avalon. As for Duran Duran, now that their induction duties are done, they’ll turn their attention to festival performances, including the recently announced Kaboo Del Mar. The English New Wave rockers have been eligible for Hall of Fame induction for several years now, but are still awaiting the call. Roxy Music, played a fiery set at the Rock Hall, and they didn’t pander — they opened with the challenging, eerie, slow-builder “In Every Dream Home a Heartache,” Bryan Ferry’s tale of an obsession with a blow-up doll. Yeah, it wasn’t a crowd favorite, but it’s an undersung ‘70s touchstone, and you gotta respect them going for it.