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Justin Townes Earle
JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE appearing in 13 shows and/or playlists

JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE

FROM THE SHOW: RIDING THE RIVERS AND RAILS: JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE AND CAPTAIN DOC HAWLEY

From the show "Riding the Rivers and Rails: Justin Townes Earle and Captain Doc Hawley" originally aired on October 7th, 2015

RIDING THE RIVERS AND RAILS: JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE AND CAPTAIN DOC HAWLEY

Have you ever sailed the Mississippi on a riverboat? Heard a calliope bounce notes off a barge? Caught the freight train boogie? This week on American Routes, we're riding the rails and sailing sails with words and music dedicated to two old forms of transport. We'll visit with Captain Doc Hawley, a calliope player on the "Natchez" in New Orleans to find out what it takes to make a boat sing. And a conversation with singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle, who knows a thing or two about trains. Plus music about rivers, railcars and riding around.

RIDING THE RIVERS AND RAILS: JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE AND CAPTAIN DOC HAWLEY

Have you ever sailed the Mississippi on a riverboat? Heard a calliope bounce notes off a barge? Caught the freight train boogie? This week on American Routes, we're riding the rails and sailing sails with words and music dedicated to two old forms of transport. We'll visit with Captain Doc Hawley, a calliope player on the "Natchez" in New Orleans to find out what it takes to make a boat sing. And a conversation with singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle, who knows a thing or two about trains. Plus music about rivers, railcars and riding around.

RIDING THE RIVERS AND RAILS: JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE AND CAPTAIN DOC HAWLEY

Have you ever sailed the Mississippi on a riverboat? Heard a calliope bounce notes off a barge? Caught the freight train boogie? This week on American Routes, we're riding the rails and sailing sails with words and music dedicated to two old forms of transport. We'll visit with Captain Doc Hawley, a calliope player on the "Natchez" in New Orleans to find out what it takes to make a boat sing. And a conversation with singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle, who knows a thing or two about trains. Plus music about rivers, railcars and riding around.

RIDING THE RIVERS AND RAILS: JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE AND CAPTAIN DOC HAWLEY

Have you ever sailed the Mississippi on a riverboat? Heard a calliope bounce notes off a barge? Caught the freight train boogie? This week on American Routes, we're riding the rails and sailing sails with words and music dedicated to two old forms of transport. We'll visit with Captain Doc Hawley, a calliope player on the "Natchez" in New Orleans to find out what it takes to make a boat sing. And a conversation with singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle, who knows a thing or two about trains. Plus music about rivers, railcars and riding around.

FROM THE SHOW: WADE IN THE WATER: SONGS AND STORIES OF THE RIVER

From the show "Wade in the Water: Songs and Stories of the River" originally aired on July 29th, 2015

FROM THE SHOW: MAVIS STAPLES & BOB DOROUGH

From the show "Mavis Staples & Bob Dorough" originally aired on July 16th, 2014

FROM THE SHOW: WADE IN THE WATER

From the show "Wade in the Water" originally aired on January 8th, 2014

FROM THE SHOW: SONGS & STORIES OF THE RIVER

From the show "Songs & Stories of the River" originally aired on April 24th, 2013

FROM THE SHOW: MAVIS STAPLES & BOB DOROUGH

From the show "Mavis Staples & Bob Dorough" originally aired on June 20th, 2012

FROM THE SHOW: WADE IN THE WATER: SONGS AND STORIES OF THE RIVER

From the show "Wade in the Water: Songs and Stories of the River" originally aired on May 16th, 2012

FROM THE SHOW: MAVIS STAPLES & BOB DOROUGH

From the show "Mavis Staples & Bob Dorough" originally aired on April 27th, 2011

FROM THE SHOW: MAVIS STAPLES & BOB DOROUGH

From the show "Mavis Staples & Bob Dorough" originally aired on October 13th, 2010

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