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Dave Bartholomew
DAVE BARTHOLOMEW appearing in 38 shows and/or playlists

DAVE BARTHOLOMEW

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH DAVE BARTHOLOMEW

FROM THE SHOW: SAINTS & SPIRITS

The New Orleans piano man sold 69 million records in his collaboration, most with producer Dave Bartholomew. Born into a home speaking a Creole patois, his records like "The Fat Man," "Blue Monday," and dozens more served as blueprints for early rock and, farther south in Jamaica, ska. Domino is a man of deep faith and a beloved figure in New Orleans and around the world. Following Hurricane Katrina, Fats came to personify the destruction of his native 9th Ward neighborhood.

FROM THE SHOW: NEW ORLEANS MUSIC: R&B, ROOTS ROCK AND SOUL, GOSPEL AND FUNK

From the show "New Orleans Music: R&B, Roots Rock and Soul, Gospel and Funk" originally aired on December 3rd, 2003

LOVERS, BROTHERS AND OTHERS: MAKING SWEET MUSIC TOGETHER

Music made by couples, families and siblings often has a special quality. The same is true of people who have a musical attraction to one another: Lennon and McCartney, or Fats Domino and Dave Bartholomew. Country traditionalist and mandolin player Marty Stuart was 12 years old when he met country chanteuse Connie Smith at a road show in his native Mississippi. Decades later Marty and Connie were married. They talk about their spring-fall relationship and making music together as "old souls." We'll talk to Joan Baez about writing for Bob Dylan and her singing his songs. Plus the Black Keys tell us how they teamed up, as did real brothers Trombone Shorty and James Andrews. We'll also hear from the Cajun married duo of Marc and Ann Savoy.

LOVERS, BROTHERS AND OTHERS: MAKING SWEET MUSIC TOGETHER

Music made by couples, families and siblings often has a special quality. The same is true of people who have a musical attraction to one another: Lennon and McCartney, or Fats Domino and Dave Bartholomew. Country traditionalist and mandolin player Marty Stuart was 12 years old when he met country chanteuse Connie Smith at a road show in his native Mississippi. Decades later Marty and Connie were married. They talk about their spring-fall relationship and making music together as "old souls." We'll talk to Joan Baez about writing for Bob Dylan and her singing his songs. Plus the Black Keys tell us how they teamed up, as did real brothers Trombone Shorty and James Andrews. We'll also hear from the Cajun married duo of Marc and Ann Savoy.

LOVERS, BROTHERS AND OTHERS: MAKING SWEET MUSIC TOGETHER

Music made by couples, families and siblings often has a special quality. The same is true of people who have a musical attraction to one another: Lennon and McCartney, or Fats Domino and Dave Bartholomew. Country traditionalist and mandolin player Marty Stuart was 12 years old when he met country chanteuse Connie Smith at a road show in his native Mississippi. Decades later Marty and Connie were married. They talk about their spring-fall relationship and making music together as "old souls." We'll talk to Joan Baez about writing for Bob Dylan and her singing his songs. Plus the Black Keys tell us how they teamed up, as did real brothers Trombone Shorty and James Andrews. We'll also hear from the Cajun married duo of Marc and Ann Savoy.

LOVERS, BROTHERS AND OTHERS: MAKING SWEET MUSIC TOGETHER

Music made by couples, families and siblings often has a special quality. The same is true of people who have a musical attraction to one another: Lennon and McCartney, or Fats Domino and Dave Bartholomew. Country traditionalist and mandolin player Marty Stuart was 12 years old when he met country chanteuse Connie Smith at a road show in his native Mississippi. Decades later Marty and Connie were married. They talk about their spring-fall relationship and making music together as "old souls." We'll talk to Joan Baez about writing for Bob Dylan and her singing his songs. Plus the Black Keys tell us how they teamed up, as did real brothers Trombone Shorty and James Andrews. We'll also hear from the Cajun married duo of Marc and Ann Savoy.

MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

It's a two-hour walk through streets of the city as we dive into two great eras of New Orleans music. First, it's the 1940s and 50s R&B hit factory with studio man Cosimo Matassa, producer, arranger, trumpet player Dave Bartholomew, drummer Earl Palmer and more. There's also a chat with The Meters--Art Neville, George Porter, Leo Nocentelli and Zigaboo Modeliste--in which we get to the bottom of the bottom, find out what's in the pocket and get a definition of funk from the four men who continue to dish it out.

MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

&BIt's a two-hour walk through streets of the city as we dive into two great eras of New Orleans music. First, it's the 1940s and 50s R hit factory with studio man Cosimo Matassa; producer, arranger, trumpet player Dave Bartholomew; drummer Earl Palmer and more. There's also a chat with The Meters -- Art Neville, George Porter, Leo Nocentelli and Zigaboo Modeliste -- in which we get to the bottom of the bottom, find out what's in the pocket, and get a definition of funk from the four men who continue to dish it out.

NEW ORLEANS MUSIC: R&B, ROOTS ROCK AND SOUL, GOSPEL AND FUNK

Jazz may have been born here, but by the 1950s the music of choice in New Orleans was rhythm & blues. Local talent topped the charts with songs like "Lawdy Miss Clawdy", "The Fat Man" and "Working in the Coalmine". We'll talk to many key figures in New Orleans R&B, from hitmakers like Lloyd Price, Dr. John, and Aaron Neville and producers Allen Toussaint and Harold Battiste, to bandleader Dave Bartholomew and musicians like drummer Earl Palmer. Plus music recorded in New Orleans' legendary J&M Studios by Little Richard, Fats Domino and Professor Longhair, and funk, jazz, pop and soul along the way.

MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

It's a two-hour walk through streets of the city as we dive into two great eras of New Orleans music. First, it's the 1940s and 50s R&B hit factory with studio man Cosimo Matassa; producer, arranger, trumpet player Dave Bartholomew; drummer Earl Palmer and more. There's also a chat with The Meters--Art Neville, George Porter, Leo Nocentelli and Zigaboo Modeliste--in which we get to the bottom of the bottom, find out what's in the pocket and get a definition of funk from the four men who continue to dish it out.

NEW ORLEANS MUSIC: R&B, ROOTS ROCK AND SOUL, GOSPEL AND FUNK

Jazz may have been born here, but by the 1950s the music of choice in New Orleans was rhythm & blues and local talent topped the charts with songs like "Lawdy Miss Clawdy", "The Fat Man" and "Working in the Coalmine". We'll talk to many key figures in New Orleans R&B, from hitmakers like Lloyd Price, Dr. John, and Aaron Neville and producers Allen Toussaint and Harold Battiste, to bandleader Dave Bartholomew and musicians like drummer Earl Palmer. Plus music recorded in New Orleans' legendary J&M Studios by Little Richard, Fats Domino and Professor Longhair, and funk, jazz, pop and soul along the way.

NEW ORLEANS MUSIC: R&B, ROOTS ROCK AND SOUL, GOSPEL AND FUNK

Jazz may have been born here, but by the 1950s the music of choice in New Orleans was rhythm & blues, and local talent topped the charts with songs like "Lawdy Miss Clawdy", "The Fat Man", and "Working in the Coalmine". We'll talk to many key figures in New Orleans R&B, from hitmakers like Lloyd Price, Dr. John, and Aaron Neville and producers Allen Toussaint and Harold Battiste, to bandleader Dave Bartholomew and musicians like drummer Earl Palmer. Plus music recorded in New Orleans' legendary J&M Studios by Little Richard, Fats Domino and Professor Longhair, and funk, jazz, pop and soul along the way.

FROM THE SHOW: LABOR DAY WITH THE PONDEROSA STOMP

From the show "Labor Day with the Ponderosa Stomp" originally aired on September 2nd, 2015

FROM THE SHOW: LABOR DAY WITH THE PONDEROSA STOMP

From the show "Labor Day with the Ponderosa Stomp" originally aired on September 2nd, 2015

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: LA LA BROOKS & FRANKIE FORD

From the show "La La Brooks & Frankie Ford" originally aired on May 13th, 2015

FROM THE SHOW: WADE IN THE WATER

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

FROM THE SHOW: LA LA BROOKS AND FRANKIE FORD

From the show "La La Brooks and Frankie Ford" originally aired on June 12th, 2013

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: DANCE YOUR BLUES AWAY ON MARDI GRAS DAY

From the show "Dance Your Blues Away on Mardi Gras Day" originally aired on February 6th, 2013

FROM THE SHOW: LA LA BROOKS & FRANKIE FORD

From the show "La La Brooks & Frankie Ford" originally aired on September 12th, 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: DANCE YOUR BLUES AWAY ON MARDI GRAS DAY

From the show "Dance Your Blues Away on Mardi Gras Day" originally aired on February 15th, 2012

FROM THE SHOW: LA LA BROOKS & FRANKIE FORD

From the show "La La Brooks & Frankie Ford" originally aired on November 9th, 2011

FROM THE SHOW: PICNIC PARTY MUSIC WITH THE PONDEROSA STOMP

From the show "Picnic Party Music with the Ponderosa Stomp" originally aired on May 25th, 2011

FROM THE SHOW: PICNIC PARTY MUSIC WITH THE PONDEROSA STOMP

From the show "Picnic Party Music with the Ponderosa Stomp" originally aired on May 25th, 2011

FROM THE SHOW: HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM NEW ORLEANS!

From the show "Happy New Year from New Orleans!" originally aired on December 29th, 2010

FROM THE SHOW: HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM NEW ORLEANS!

From the show "Happy New Year from New Orleans!" originally aired on December 29th, 2010

FROM THE SHOW: MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

From the show "Making New Orleans Music" originally aired on April 21st, 2010

FROM THE SHOW: MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

From the show "Making New Orleans Music" originally aired on April 21st, 2010

FROM THE SHOW: MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

From the show "Making New Orleans Music" originally aired on November 19th, 2008

FROM THE SHOW: MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

From the show "Making New Orleans Music" originally aired on November 19th, 2008

FROM THE SHOW: CARNIVAL

From the show "Carnival" originally aired on February 26th, 2003

FROM THE SHOW: CARNIVAL

From the show "Carnival" originally aired on February 18th, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

From the show "Making New Orleans Music" originally aired on December 6th, 2006

FROM THE SHOW: MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

From the show "Making New Orleans Music" originally aired on December 6th, 2006

FROM THE SHOW: MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

From the show "Making New Orleans Music" originally aired on July 18th, 2007

FROM THE SHOW: MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

From the show "Making New Orleans Music" originally aired on July 18th, 2007

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