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Judy Collins
JUDY COLLINS appearing in 12 shows and/or playlists

JUDY COLLINS

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH JUDY COLLINS

FROM THE SHOW: LOVE IS STRANGE WITH JUDY COLLINS AND JIM LAUDERDALE

From the show "Love is Strange with Judy Collins and Jim Lauderdale" originally aired on January 23rd, 2019

FROM THE SHOW: THE FOLK REVIVAL REVISITED: PETE SEEGER, JUDY COLLINS, JIM KWESKIN, JERRY GARCIA, ALAN LOMAX, RAMBLIN' JACK ELLIOTT, JOAN BAEZ, BONNIE RAITT AND MORE

From the show "The Folk Revival Revisited: Pete Seeger, Judy Collins, Jim Kweskin, Jerry Garcia, Alan Lomax, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Joan Baez, Bonnie Raitt and more" originally aired on July 5th, 2017

LOVE IS STRANGE WITH JUDY COLLINS AND JIM LAUDERDALE

The dead of winter has us planning ahead for Valentine's Day and life itself with songs of love--lost and found. Whether it's from swooning crooners or heartbroken honky-tonkers, love has wedged itself prominently in the American songbook. We talk to two songwriters who specialize in matters of the heart: '60s folk chanteuse Judy Collins and Americana songmaker Jim Lauderdale, a.k.a. "The King of Broken Hearts." Plus we hear soulful sweet songs from the Pointer Sisters and the Four Tops, ballads of love on the rocks from George Jones and Tracy Chapman, and love confessions for "My Girl, Josephine" by Fats Domino and "Ophelia" by The Band. Join us for songs of love sad and happy, sexy and silly, careless and calculated on American Routes.

THE FOLK REVIVAL REVISITED: PETE SEEGER, JUDY COLLINS, JIM KWESKIN, JERRY GARCIA, ALAN LOMAX, RAMBLIN' JACK ELLIOTT, JOAN BAEZ, BONNIE RAITT AND MORE

The American folk music revival that grew from the Post-WWII era to the Sixties was about more than just music: it wrapped in political activism, romantic visions of the self and the "folk," group "sing-a-longs," "hootenannies" and careers of singer-songwriters. We interview folk heroine Judy Collins about her move from traditional British folk songs to the new songs and sounds in Greenwich Village. Jug bandleader Jim Kweskin talks about his love of communal living. The late Pete Seeger and Alan Lomax offer opinions on their divergent views of folk music and the quest for authenticity. Jerry Garcia tells of his most influential folk music source and we'll hear Dylan go electric at Newport in 1965. Rhiannon Giddens of the Carolina Chocolate Drops talks about bringing back the peoples' music of another era today.

THE FOLK REVIVAL REVISITED: PETE SEEGER, JUDY COLLINS, JIM KWESKIN, JERRY GARCIA, ALAN LOMAX, RAMBLIN' JACK ELLIOTT, JOAN BAEZ, BONNIE RAITT AND MORE

The American folk music revival that grew from the Post-WWII era to the Sixties was about more than just music: it wrapped in political activism, romantic visions of the self and the "folk," group "sing-a-longs," "hootenannies" and careers of singer-songwriters. We interview folk heroine Judy Collins about her move from traditional British folk songs to the new songs and sounds in Greenwich Village. Jug bandleader Jim Kweskin talks about his love of communal living. The late Pete Seeger and Alan Lomax offer opinions on their divergent views of folk music and the quest for authenticity. Jerry Garcia tells of his most influential folk music source and we'll hear Dylan go electric at Newport in 1965. Rhiannon Giddens of the Carolina Chocolate Drops talks about bringing back the peoples' music of another era today.

THE FOLK REVIVAL REVISITED: PETE SEEGER, JUDY COLLINS, JIM KWESKIN, JERRY GARCIA, JOAN BAEZ, AND MORE

The American folk music revival that grew from the Post-WWII era to the Sixties was about more than just music: it wrapped in political activism, romantic visions of the self and the "folk," group "sing-a-longs," "hootenannies" and careers of singer-songwriters. We interview folk heroine Judy Collins about her move from traditional British folk songs to the new songs and sounds in Greenwich Village. Jug bandleader Jim Kweskin talks about his love of communal living. The late Pete Seeger and Alan Lomax offer opinions on their divergent views of folk music and the quest for authenticity. Jerry Garcia tells of his most influential folk music source and we'll hear Dylan go electric at Newport in 1965. Rhiannon Giddens of the Carolina Chocolate Drops talks about bringing back the peoples' music of another era today.

WAY OUT WEST

Saddle up for a musical romp across mountains and valleys, deserts and and plains as we "cross the deserts fair, and breathe the mountain air." We'll visit with cowboy and Indian poets, meet the inhabitants of a movie set ghost town, and hear music from Sonny Rollins, Judy Collins, Aaron Copland, and Patsy Montana.

WAY OUT WEST

Saddle up for a musical romp across mountains and valleys, deserts and and plains as we "cross the deserts fair, and breathe the mountain air." We'll visit with cowboy and Indian poets, meet the inhabitants of a movie set ghost town, and hear music from Sonny Rollins, Judy Collins, Aaron Copland and Patsy Montana.

FROM THE SHOW: DELBERT MCCLINTON AND BUCKWHEAT ZYDECO

From the show "Delbert McClinton and Buckwheat Zydeco" originally aired on July 13th, 2016

FROM THE SHOW: DELBERT MCCLINTON / BUCKWHEAT ZYDECO

From the show "Delbert McClinton / Buckwheat Zydeco" originally aired on December 1st, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: DELBERT MCCLINTON / BUCKWHEAT ZYDECO

From the show "Delbert McClinton / Buckwheat Zydeco" originally aired on August 24th, 2005

FROM THE SHOW: DELBERT MCCLINTON & BUCKWHEAT ZYDECO

From the show "Delbert McClinton & Buckwheat Zydeco" originally aired on December 5th, 2007