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Jimmy "Duck" Holmes
JIMMY "DUCK" HOLMES appearing in 6 shows and/or playlists

JIMMY "DUCK" HOLMES

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH JIMMY "DUCK" HOLMES

FROM THE SHOW: SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

From the show "Small Town Blues: Jeff Tweedy and Jimmy Duck Holmes" originally aired on March 8th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

From the show "Small Town Blues: Jeff Tweedy and Jimmy Duck Holmes" originally aired on August 9th, 2017

HALLOWS AND HARVEST: AMERICAN ROUTES HALLOWEEN SPECIAL

It's Halloween... a time of spirit and flesh, tricks and treats. We'll hear from Houma Indian carver and instrument-maker, Ivy Billiot, about rougarou-- or werewolves -- and the spirit world. Then Bentonia bluesman Jimmy "Duck" Holmes tells us about the devil in daily life. Also songs about murder and mayhem, and beings from beyond the stars... and beyond the grave. Plus music from Dr. John and Memphis Minnie, Hank Williams and Screamin' Jay Hawkins.

SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

Wilco frontman, Jeff Tweedy tells of the impact on his songs of growing up in the blue-collar town, Belleville, Illinois. Music became his creative outlet in high school and lead to founding the seminal Americana band, Uncle Tupelo. We hear from Jeff in his Chicago studio "The Loft" about the emergence of Wilco and the place that making music has in his life, including work with Woody Guthrie's lyrics and producing records with Mavis Staples. In Bentonia, Mississippi, playing blues and running the Blue Front Cafe, has been a lifetime role for guitarist Jimmy "Duck" Holmes. Duck talks about juke joints and moonshine in the Jim Crow South til now- and how he got the name Duck. We'll also hear music of jukes, honky-tonks and nightclubs from Hank Williams and George Jones to Bessie Smith and Mary Lou Williams.

SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

Wilco frontman, Jeff Tweedy tells of the impact on his songs of growing up in the blue collar town, Belleville, Illinois. Music became his creative outlet in high school and lead to founding the seminal Americana band, Uncle Tupelo. We hear from Jeff in his Chicago studio "The Loft" about the emergence of Wilco and the place that making music has in his life, including work with Woody Guthrie's lyrics and producing records with Mavis Staples. In Bentonia, Mississippi, playing blues and running the Blue Front Cafe, has been a lifetime role for guitarist Jimmy "Duck" Holmes. Duck talks about juke joints and moonshine in the Jim Crow South til now- and how he got the name Duck. We'll also hear music of jukes, honky-tonks and nightclubs from Hank Williams and George Jones to Bessie Smith and Mary Lou Williams.

HALLOWS & HARVEST: AMERICAN ROUTES HALLOWEEN 2016

It's Halloween... a time of spirit and flesh, tricks and treats. We'll hear from Houma Indian carver and instrument-maker, Ivy Billiot, about rougarou - or werewolves - and the spirit world. Then Bentonia bluesman Jimmy "Duck" Holmes tells us about the devil in daily life. Also songs about murder and mayhem, and beings from beyond the stars... and beyond the grave. Plus music from Dr. John and Memphis Minnie, Hank Williams and Screamin' Jay Hawkins.