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Jack Casady
JACK CASADY appearing in 6 shows and/or playlists

JACK CASADY

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH JACK CASADY

FROM THE SHOW: AMERICA'S HIPPIE HERITAGE

From the show "America's Hippie Heritage" originally aired on August 3rd, 2011

FROM THE SHOW: AMERICA'S HIPPIE HERITAGE

From the show "America's Hippie Heritage" originally aired on March 25th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: AMERICA'S HIPPIE HERITAGE

In his native D.C., Jack Casady learned to love and play the Piedmont blues and gospel. In the mid '60s, the bassist followed his friend Jorma Kaukonen to San Francisco to join the psychedelic folk-rockers Jefferson Airplane, playing on some of the best-known sides of the scene. Never quite at home in rock and roll, Casady left the Airplane to play more traditional blues, acoustic and electric, in Hot Tuna.

AMERICA'S HIPPIE HERITAGE

Tune in and turn on to our nation's fringe heritage. Along with their spiritual forefathers, the beatniks and folkies, our hippie generation latched on to great music before them--from old-time country and bluegrass, bebop, blues and more--and created their own versions. We're joined by Maria Muldaur who recalls making jug-band music in the West Village in the '60s. Also, we speak with bass player Jack Casady, a founding member of the Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna.

AMERICA'S HIPPIE HERITAGE

Tune in and turn on to our nation's fringe heritage. Along with their spiritual forefathers, the beatniks and folkies, our hippie generation latched on to great music before them--from old-time country and bluegrass, bebop, blues and more--and created their own versions. We're joined by Maria Muldaur who recalls making jug-band music in the West Village in the '60s. Also, we speak with bass player Jack Casady, a founding member of the Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna.

AMERICA'S HIPPIE HERITAGE

Tune in and turn on to our nation's fringe heritage. Along with their spiritual forefathers, the beatniks and folkies, our hippie generation latched on to great music before them--from old-time country and bluegrass, bebop, blues and more--and created their own versions. We're joined by Maria Muldaur, who recalls making jug-band music in the West Village in the '60s. Also, we speak with bass player Jack Casady, a founding member of the Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna.

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