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Joel Savoy
JOEL SAVOY appearing in 12 shows and/or playlists

JOEL SAVOY

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH JOEL SAVOY

FROM THE SHOW: RECORD MAVENS: DAN AUERBACH AND JOEL SAVOY TAKE ON THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

From the show "Record Mavens: Dan Auerbach and Joel Savoy Take On the Music Industry" originally aired on July 18th, 2018

ROCK ROUTES & CAJUN STARDOM: BOZ SCAGGS AND JIMMY C. NEWMAN

We trace stardom back to its source, traversing the roots and routes that led small town musicians to national fame. Pop icon Boz Scaggs and the late Cajun honky-tonk man Jimmy C. Newman took very different paths to the stage but carried with them the sounds they grew up hearing. Boz Scaggs achieved mainstream success with his own platinum records as well as his work with Steve Miller and Duane Allman. We talk to him about his 60+ years performing on the road and how he came into his own by reconnecting with the blues he heard as a kid in "Nowhere, Texas." Then, we remember the late Jimmy C. Newman, who took the sounds of French Louisiana to the Grand Ole Opry and put Cajun music and culture on the map. Son Gary Newman, producer Joel Savoy and musician Kelli Jones tell of his legacy and their tribute album, Farewell, Alligator Man. Plus, we trace Hank Williams' "Jambalaya" back to its Cajun origins, served up with tunes from Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt and Professor Longhair. Photo by Chris Phelps.

RECORD MAVENS: DAN AUERBACH AND JOEL SAVOY TAKE ON THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

Traveling at the speed of 45 RPM, we sink into the record grooves of some of our favorite songs and talk to the studio wizards who produced them. First stop is Nashville, home to Music Row as well as Easy Eye Sound, the recording studio of Black Keys guitarist Dan Auerbach. We talk with Auerbach about his journey in music, from hearing vinyl on his parents' turntable in Akron, Ohio, to cutting records with some of Nashville's legendary session players. Then we head to French Louisiana to chat with Cajun music maven Joel Savoy of Valcour Records about documenting and expanding the region's traditional sounds. Heading east to the Fertile Crescent of American music and our hometown, we remember New Orleans' Harold Battiste, who started All For One Records--the first African American owned label in the South--and arranged hits for Sam Cooke, Dr. John and Sonny & Cher, among others. Plus, more jukebox gold from Little Anthony & the Imperials, June Carter and the Lovin' Spoonful.

FROM THE SHOW: RECORD MAVENS: DAN AUERBACH AND JOEL SAVOY TAKE ON THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

From the show "Record Mavens: Dan Auerbach and Joel Savoy Take On the Music Industry" originally aired on July 18th, 2018

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on April 8th, 2015

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on April 8th, 2015

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on April 3rd, 2013

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on April 3rd, 2013

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on April 4th, 2012

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on April 4th, 2012

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on August 31st, 2011

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on August 31st, 2011