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Joan Baez
JOAN BAEZ appearing in 57 shows and/or playlists

JOAN BAEZ

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH JOAN BAEZ

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

From the show "The Folk Revival Revisited: Pete Seeger, Judy Collins, Jim Kweskin, Jerry Garcia, Joan Baez, and more" originally aired on March 16th, 2016

FROM THE SHOW: HOW MANY ROADS: BOB DYLAN'S BACK PAGES VOLUME II

From the show "How Many Roads: Bob Dylan's Back Pages Volume II " originally aired on February 1st, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: HOW MANY ROADS: BOB DYLAN'S BACK PAGES VOLUME II

From the show "How Many Roads: Bob Dylan's Back Pages Volume II " originally aired on July 26th, 2017

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

FROM THE SHOW: LOVERS, BROTHERS AND OTHERS: MAKING SWEET MUSIC TOGETHER

From the show "Lovers, Brothers and Others: Making Sweet Music Together" originally aired on February 12th, 2014

FROM THE SHOW: LOVERS, BROTHERS AND OTHERS: MAKING SWEET MUSIC TOGETHER

From the show "Lovers, Brothers and Others: Making Sweet Music Together" originally aired on August 10th, 2016

FROM THE SHOW: RED, WHITE AND BLUES: THE SOUNDS OF PATRIOTIC PLURALISM

Joan Baez, known for leading many a song for a cause, shares her theory on what makes a protest song.

FROM THE SHOW: NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK FESTIVALS

From the show "Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals" originally aired on August 5th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK FESTIVALS

From the show "Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals" originally aired on July 23rd, 2014

FROM THE SHOW: VALENTINE'S DAY

From the show "Valentine's Day" originally aired on February 11th, 2004

HOW MANY ROADS: BOB DYLAN'S BACK PAGES VOLUME II

In this second edition of "How Many Roads?" Bob Dylan's Back Pages, we'll rejoin the great American wordsmith by listening to his work from the last 25 years. We won't forget the historic and ancient roots of his modern sounds, from the Old Testament to the Civil Rights movement. We'll hear from collaborators and friends, Mavis Staples and Joan Baez, and from Kris Kristofferson who overheard Dylan's recording sessions while working as a custodian in Nashville. We'll go to our archives for the late producer Jerry Wexler on Dylan's spiritual transformation and hear songs that address outlaws and lovers, memories and mortality.

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.

"HOW MANY ROADS...?" BOB DYLAN'S BACK PAGES

Bob Dylan's songs are part of American consciousness, with sources and symbols drawing from old-time country and folk, blues and ballads, ancient and modern poetry, the beauties and absurdities of life, love and loss. His contributions to the big river of songs have grown and been recognized worldwide. The young man from Hibbing, Minnesota, is now an elder... a Nobel Laureate; but his listeners didn't need that or any such weathervane to prize Bob Dylan. It was, and is, always in his words and voice, music and memory where fans and friends found inspiration. Bob's songs ask questions and seek action. We'll hear Dylan's early, classic, rare and more recent recordings along with comments from Joan Baez and filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker ("Don't Look Back"). Also Dylan's music as played by the Byrds and the Band, Stevie Wonder and Nina Simone, Doug Sahm and Sandy Denny. We hope you enjoy listening to this program as much as we did making it.

HOW MANY ROADS: BOB DYLAN'S BACK PAGES VOLUME II

In this second edition of How Many Roads? Bob Dylan's Back Pages, we'll rejoin the great American wordsmith by listening to his work from the last 25 years. We won't forget the historic and ancient roots of his modern sounds, from the Old Testament to the Civil Rights movement. We'll hear from collaborators and friends, Mavis Staples and Joan Baez, and from Kris Kristofferson who overheard Dylan's recording sessions while working as a custodian in Nashville. We'll go to our archives for the late producer Jerry Wexler on Dylan's spiritual transformation and hear songs that address outlaws and lovers, memories and mortality.

"HOW MANY ROADS...?" BOB DYLAN'S BACK PAGES

Bob Dylan's songs are part of American consciousness, with sources and symbols drawing from old-time country and folk, blues and ballads, ancient and modern poetry, the beauties and absurdities of life, love and loss. His contributions to the big river of songs have grown and been recognized worldwide. The young man from Hibbing, Minnesota, is now an elder... a Nobel Laureate; but his listeners didn't need that or any such weathervane to prize Bob Dylan. It was, and is, always in his words and voice, music and memory where fans and friends found inspiration. Bob's songs ask questions and seek action. They remain timely in this dark season with a New Year ahead. We hear Dylan's early, classic, rare and more recent recordings along with comments from Joan Baez and filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker (Don't Look Back). Also Dylan's music as played by the Byrds and the Band, Stevie Wonder and Nina Simone, Doug Sahm and Sandy Denny. We hope you enjoy listening to this program as much as we did making it.

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.

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.

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.

NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK FESTIVALS

Celebrate epic moments in American music from the Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals--from Duke Ellington's 1956 comeback to Bob Dylan's 1965 electric revolution. Mark the 60th anniversary of the Jazz Festival with performances by Ray Charles, Mahalia Jackson, Louis Armstrong, and a visit from trumpet legend Clark Terry, who played with Ellington in '56. Festival founder George Wein also joins us to share his memories, such as the founding of the Folk Festival in 1959 that featured blues, gospel, country, Cajun and more; and folk singer Joan Baez recalls her Newport experiences. Plus Newport performances from Doc Watson, John Lee Hooker and others.

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.

NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK FESTIVALS

Celebrate epic moments in American music from the Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals--from Duke Ellington's 1956 comeback to Bob Dylan's 1965 electric revolution. Mark the 55th anniversary of the Jazz Festival with performances by Ray Charles, Mahalia Jackson, Louis Armstrong, and a visit from trumpet legend Clark Terry, who played with Ellington in '56. Festival founder George Wein also joins us to share his memories, such as the founding of the Folk Festival in 1959 that featured blues, gospel, country, Cajun and more; and folk singer Joan Baez recalls her Newport experiences. Plus Newport performances from Doc Watson, John Lee Hooker and others.

RED, WHITE AND BLUES: THE SOUNDS OF PATRIOTIC PLURALISM

Music and opinion on patriotism as pluralism, and sometimes protest, from guests Merle Haggard and Joan Baez. Plus blues and New Orleans jazz versions of classic freedom songs. Also American anthems from the late King of Bluegrass Jimmy Martin and the Grateful Dead. Then we're off on a summer road trip to sample Ted Drewes' Frozen Custard at his venerable stand on Route 66 in St. Louis, and play "Drown the Clown" at a Massachusetts county fair. Join us for a star spangled edition of American Routes.

NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK FESTIVALS

Celebrate epic moments in American music from the Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals--from Duke Ellington's 1956 comeback to Bob Dylan's 1965 electric revolution. Mark the 50th anniversary of the Jazz Festival with performances by Ray Charles, Mahalia Jackson, Louis Armstrong, and a visit from trumpet legend Clark Terry, who played with Ellington in '56. Festival founder George Wein also joins us to share his memories, such as the founding of the Folk Festival in 1959 that featured blues, gospel, country, Cajun and more; and folk singer Joan Baez recalls her Newport experiences. Plus Newport performances from Doc Watson, John Lee Hooker and others.

VALENTINE'S DAY

In this Valentine's special we explore the various types of love expressed in song--from puppy love to animal attraction, part-time love to enduring love, breaking up and making up and everything in between. We're joined on our quest by three performers well acquainted with the genre: Randy Newman, author of love songs both ironic and authentic; Rev. Al Green, a man who has addressed love both sacred and secular throughout his career; and Joan Baez, who talks about her favorite love songs--some written for her. Plus, an irresistible mix of love songs including Fats Domino, Billie Holiday, Bob Dylan and more that you can't help but fall for.

50 YEARS OF NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK

Celebrate epic moments in American music from the Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals--from Duke Ellington's 1956 comeback to Bob Dylan's 1965 electric revolution. Mark the 50th anniversary of the Jazz Festival with performances by Ray Charles, Mahalia Jackson, Louis Armstrong, and a visit from trumpet legend Clark Terry, who played with Ellington in '56. Festival founder George Wein also joins us to share his memories, such as the founding of the Folk Festival in 1959 that featured blues, gospel, country, Cajun and more; and folk singer Joan Baez recalls her Newport experiences. Plus Newport performances from Doc Watson, John Lee Hooker and others.

FROM THE SHOW: HOW MANY ROADS: BOB DYLAN'S BACK PAGES VOLUME II

From the show "How Many Roads: Bob Dylan's Back Pages Volume II " originally aired on July 26th, 2017

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

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

FROM THE SHOW: "HOW MANY ROADS...?" BOB DYLAN'S BACK PAGES

From the show ""How Many Roads...?" Bob Dylan's Back Pages" originally aired on April 19th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: "HOW MANY ROADS...?" BOB DYLAN'S BACK PAGES

From the show ""How Many Roads...?" Bob Dylan's Back Pages" originally aired on April 19th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: HOW MANY ROADS: BOB DYLAN'S BACK PAGES VOLUME II

From the show "How Many Roads: Bob Dylan's Back Pages Volume II " originally aired on February 1st, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: "HOW MANY ROADS...?" BOB DYLAN'S BACK PAGES

From the show ""How Many Roads...?" Bob Dylan's Back Pages" originally aired on December 28th, 2016

FROM THE SHOW: "HOW MANY ROADS...?" BOB DYLAN'S BACK PAGES

From the show ""How Many Roads...?" Bob Dylan's Back Pages" originally aired on December 28th, 2016

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 20th, 2016

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 20th, 2016

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

From the show "The Folk Revival Revisited: Pete Seeger, Judy Collins, Jim Kweskin, Jerry Garcia, Joan Baez, and more" originally aired on March 16th, 2016

FROM THE SHOW: WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN: COUNTRY STRINGS AND JAZZ VIBES

From the show "Will The Circle Be Unbroken: Country Strings and Jazz Vibes" originally aired on December 9th, 2015

FROM THE SHOW: WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN: COUNTRY STRINGS AND JAZZ VIBES

From the show "Will The Circle Be Unbroken: Country Strings and Jazz Vibes" originally aired on February 18th, 2015

FROM THE SHOW: NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK FESTIVALS

From the show "Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals" originally aired on July 23rd, 2014

FROM THE SHOW: NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK FESTIVALS

From the show "Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals" originally aired on July 23rd, 2014

FROM THE SHOW: WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN: COUNTRY STRINGS AND JAZZ VIBES

From the show "Will The Circle Be Unbroken: Country Strings and Jazz Vibes" originally aired on May 28th, 2014

FROM THE SHOW: WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN: COUNTRY STRINGS AND JAZZ VIBES

From the show "Will The Circle Be Unbroken: Country Strings and Jazz Vibes" originally aired on October 23rd, 2013

FROM THE SHOW: NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK FESTIVALS

From the show "Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals" originally aired on August 5th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK FESTIVALS

From the show "Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals" originally aired on August 5th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK FESTIVALS

From the show "Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals" originally aired on August 10th, 2005

FROM THE SHOW: NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK FESTIVALS

From the show "Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals" originally aired on August 10th, 2005

FROM THE SHOW: RED, WHITE AND BLUES: THE SOUNDS OF PATRIOTIC PLURALISM

From the show "Red, White and Blues: The Sounds of Patriotic Pluralism" originally aired on July 2nd, 2008

FROM THE SHOW: TRANSCENDING NEW ENGLAND

From the show "Transcending New England" originally aired on October 9th, 2002

FROM THE SHOW: MAKE A JOYFUL NOISE: EASTER

From the show "Make a Joyful Noise: Easter" originally aired on March 27th, 2002

FROM THE SHOW: TRANSCENDING NEW ENGLAND

From the show "Transcending New England" originally aired on October 1st, 2003

FROM THE SHOW: EASTER

From the show "Easter" originally aired on April 16th, 2003

FROM THE SHOW: 50 YEARS OF NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK

From the show "50 Years of Newport Jazz and Folk" originally aired on August 11th, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: 50 YEARS OF NEWPORT JAZZ AND FOLK

From the show "50 Years of Newport Jazz and Folk" originally aired on August 11th, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: EASTER

From the show "Easter" originally aired on March 23rd, 2005

FROM THE SHOW: TRANSCENDING NEW ENGLAND

From the show "Transcending New England" originally aired on October 31st, 2007

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