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Merle Haggard
MERLE HAGGARD appearing in 115 shows and/or playlists

MERLE HAGGARD

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH MERLE HAGGARD

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS: REMEMBERING MERLE HAGGARD

From the show "Prison Songs: Remembering Merle Haggard " originally aired on April 12th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS: REMEMBERING MERLE HAGGARD

From the show "Prison Songs: Remembering Merle Haggard " originally aired on April 12th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS WITH MERLE HAGGARD & AARON NEVILLE

From the show "Prison Songs with Merle Haggard & Aaron Neville" originally aired on September 30th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS WITH MERLE HAGGARD & AARON NEVILLE

From the show "Prison Songs with Merle Haggard & Aaron Neville" originally aired on September 30th, 2009

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

Merle Haggard, one of the creators of the Bakersfield Sound, talks about how his political views have changed over the years and how "Okie From Muskogee" really spoke for the "Silent Majority" in the late 1960s.

FROM THE SHOW: MEMORIAL DAY

Rock guitarist James Burton demonstrates his signature licks, chicken picking and explains how he kept his own sound while working with Merle Haggard and Elvis.

FROM THE SHOW: LONE STAR STATEMENT

From the show "Lone Star Statement" originally aired on January 29th, 2003

FROM THE SHOW: THE SOUNDS OF SOLACE

Country music legend Merle Haggard blends a deep affection for American culture and its music with a rough and ready approach to life. Routes caught up with Merle Haggard on the road in the fall of 2001 for his thoughts about how performing live changed in the immediate aftermath of the September 11 attacks.

MIDNIGHT SPECIAL, SHINE A LIGHT ON ME: PRISON MUSIC FROM ANGOLA, LOUISIANA & BEYOND

In this special program, we visit Angola, the notorious plantation-turned-penitentiary, to hear stories and songs from within the prison's walls. We talk with saxophonist Charles Neville about serving time at the "Farm" during the Jim Crow era, playing with fellow inmates in the Nic Nacs, and the role of music in integrating prison life. We hear previously unreleased Harry Oster field recordings of Mardi Gras Indian chants and bebop jazz from Angola in the late-50s. And we go on-site for interviews and performances with contemporary Angola musicians. Plus, we explore the popular tradition of prison music from singing inmates like Leadbelly and Merle Haggard to live performances from Johnny Cash at San Quentin and B.B. King at Cook County Jail. Photo courtesy of the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities

PRISON SONGS: REMEMBERING MERLE HAGGARD

American Routes explores the music associated with outlaws and life behind bars, from "Ball and Chain" to "Jailhouse Rock," from Johnny Cash's San Quentin show to Leadbelly's "Midnight Special." We revisit our 2000 interview with the late-Merle Haggard, and then talk to Aaron Neville about his experience with incarceration. Plus a visit to the "Wildest Show in the South"--the Angola, Louisiana Prison Rodeo.

AN ENCORE PRESENTATION OF PRISON SONGS WITH LATE-MERLE HAGGARD & AARON NEVILLE

American Routes explores the music associated with outlaws and life behind bars, from "Ball and Chain" to "Jailhouse Rock," from Johnny Cash's San Quentin show to Leadbelly's "Midnight Special." We revisit our 2000 interview with the late-Merle Haggard, and then talk to Aaron Neville about his experience with incarceration. Plus a visit to the "Wildest Show in the South"--the Angola, Louisiana Prison Rodeo.

WHAT'S COOL?

American Routes poses the question: "What is cool?" A style, a state of mind, the perfect horn riff, just chillin'? Some guests from the past offer their answers, including Merle Haggard, Yo La Tengo, McCoy Tyner, T-Bone Burnett and Ray Charles. All backed up, of course, by our "cool" music mix.

PRISON SONGS WITH MERLE HAGGARD & AARON NEVILLE

American Routes explores the music associated with outlaws and life behind bars, from "Ball and Chain" to "Jailhouse Rock," from Johnny Cash's San Quentin show to Leadbelly's "Midnight Special," with guests including Merle Haggard and Aaron Neville. Plus a visit to the "Wildest Show in the South"--the Angola, Louisiana Prison Rodeo.

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.

SAME TRAIN A DIFFERENT TIME: JIMMIE RODGERS AND THE WHITE MAN'S BLUES

The guitarist-singer Jimmie Rodgers has been called "The Father of Country Music," "America's Blue Yodeler," and "The Singing Brakeman." Born in Meridian, MS, in 1897, Rodgers recorded briefly between 1927 and 1933, but defined country music as "the white man's blues" with a related legacy of crooning, jazz, Hawaiian guitar and eclectic vaudeville-style entertainment. On the 70th anniversary of his death, American Routes looks at the life and legacy of Jimmie Rodgers. We'll speak with biographer Nolan Porterfield, and hear comments from country singer Merle Haggard and bluesman John Jackson, among others. Also, music about Rodgers' favorite subject--trains--in many styles... blues, country, soul, roots, rock and more.

PRISON SONGS WITH MERLE HAGGARD & AARON NEVILLE

American Routes explores the music associated with outlaws and life behind bars, from "Ball and Chain" to "Jailhouse Rock," from Johnny Cash's San Quentin show to Leadbelly's "Midnight Special," with guests include Merle Haggard and Aaron Neville. Plus a visit to the "Wildest Show in the South"--the Angola, Louisiana Prison Rodeo.

SAME TRAIN A DIFFERENT TIME: JIMMIE RODGERS AND THE WHITE MAN'S BLUES

The guitarist-singer Jimmie Rodgers has been called "The Father of Country Music," "America's Blue Yodeler," and "The Singing Brakeman." Born in Meridian, MS, in 1897, Rodgers recorded briefly between 1927 and 1933, but defined country music as "the white man's blues" with a related legacy of crooning, jazz, Hawaiian guitar, and eclectic vaudeville-style entertainment. On the 70th anniversary of his death, American Routes looks at the life and legacy of Jimmie Rodgers. We'll speak with biographer Nolan Porterfield, and hear comments from country singer Merle Haggard and bluesman John Jackson, among others. Also, music about Rodgers' favorite subject--trains--in many styles... blues, country, soul, roots, rock and more.

WHAT'S COOL?

American Routes poses the question: "What is cool?" A style, a state of mind, the perfect horn riff, just chillin'? Some guests from the past year offer their answers, including Merle Haggard, Yo La Tengo, McCoy Tyner, T-Bone Burnett and Ray Charles. All backed up, of course, by our "cool" music mix (depicted: clarinet player Don Byron and Yale art historian of "coolness" Robert Farris Thompson).

SAME TRAIN A DIFFERENT TIME: JIMMIE RODGERS AND THE WHITE MAN'S BLUES

The guitarist-singer Jimmie Rodgers has been called "The Father of Country Music," "America's Blue Yodeler," and "The Singing Brakeman." Born in Meridian, MS, in 1897, Rodgers recorded briefly between 1927 and 1933, but defined country music as "the white man's blues" with a related legacy of crooning, jazz, Hawaiian guitar, and eclectic vaudeville-style entertainment. On the 70th anniversary of his death, American Routes looks at the life and legacy of Jimmie Rodgers. We'll speak with biographer Nolan Porterfield, and hear comments from country singer Merle Haggard and bluesman John Jackson, among others. Also, music about Rodgers' favorite subject--trains--in many styles... blues, country, soul, roots, rock and more.

THE SOUNDS OF SOLACE

Many have sought solace in music since the sadness and conflict of September 11, 2001. American Routes honors veterans of war, fire, and emergency service with music appropriate to the nation's mood on this first anniversary of the tragedy. Merle Haggard, Gillian Welch and American Routes listeners tell us what songs have helped them get through this past year, and timeless songs from John Coltrane, the Carter Family and Jimmy Cliff offer a chance for meditation.

WHAT'S COOL?

American Routes poses the question: "What is cool?" A style, a state of mind, the perfect horn riff, just chillin'? Some guests from the past year offer their answers, including Merle Haggard, Yo La Tengo, McCoy Tyner, T-Bone Burnett and Ray Charles. All backed up, of course, by our "cool" music mix (depicted: clarinet player Don Byron and Yale art historian of "coolness" Robert Farris Thompson).

PRISON SONGS: MERLE HAGGARD AND AARON NEVILLE

American Routes explores the music associated with outlaws and life behind bars, from "Ball and Chain" to "Jailhouse Rock," from Johnny Cash's San Quentin show to Leadbelly's "Midnight Special." Metaphorical chains of love are also rattled in story and song. Our guests include famous former inmates whose music reflects their own life struggles and triumphs, Plus a visit to the "Wildest Show in the South"--the Angola Louisiana Prison Rodeo.

LABOR DAY WITH ARCHIE GREEN

Workers of the world unite as we celebrate with thoughts from hardworking shoeshiners young and old; and visit with San Francisco folklorist Archie Green who expains why recordings like Merle Haggard's "Workingman's Blues" have eclipsed the old labor song tradition. In addition to music for your weekend picnic and parties, hear one of host Nick Spitzer's favorite segue sets: Paul Robeson, Randy Newman, and Ray Charles--where Joe Hill finds himself "Busted."

FROM THE SHOW: MIDNIGHT SPECIAL, SHINE A LIGHT ON ME: PRISON MUSIC FROM ANGOLA, LOUISIANA & BEYOND

From the show "Midnight Special, Shine a Light on Me: Prison Music from Angola, Louisiana & Beyond " originally aired on September 27th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: MIDNIGHT SPECIAL, SHINE A LIGHT ON ME: PRISON MUSIC FROM ANGOLA, LOUISIANA & BEYOND

From the show "Midnight Special, Shine a Light on Me: Prison Music from Angola, Louisiana & Beyond " originally aired on September 27th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: MIDNIGHT SPECIAL, SHINE A LIGHT ON ME: PRISON MUSIC FROM ANGOLA, LOUISIANA & BEYOND

From the show "Midnight Special, Shine a Light on Me: Prison Music from Angola, Louisiana & Beyond " originally aired on September 27th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: GUILTY PLEASURES: MUSIC WE LOVE MORE THAN WE CAN SAY

From the show "Guilty Pleasures: Music We Love More Than We Can Say" originally aired on June 7th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: LOS ANGELES: SOUNDTRACK FOR THE ANGELS

From the show "Los Angeles: Soundtrack for the Angels" originally aired on May 17th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS: REMEMBERING MERLE HAGGARD

From the show "Prison Songs: Remembering Merle Haggard " originally aired on April 12th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: AN ENCORE PRESENTATION OF PRISON SONGS WITH LATE-MERLE HAGGARD & AARON NEVILLE

From the show "An Encore Presentation of Prison Songs with late-Merle Haggard & Aaron Neville" originally aired on April 13th, 2016

FROM THE SHOW: BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

From the show "Banjos Lost and Found: Don Vappie & Nickel Creek" originally aired on April 6th, 2016

FROM THE SHOW: SINGING OF THE DELTAS AND BAYOUS: IRIS DEMENT AND THE LOST BAYOU RAMBLERS

From the show "Singing of the Deltas and Bayous: Iris DeMent and the Lost Bayou Ramblers" originally aired on September 30th, 2015

FROM THE SHOW: JOHN PRINE

From the show "John Prine" originally aired on November 12th, 2014

FROM THE SHOW: SINGING OF DELTAS AND BAYOUS: IRIS DEMENT AND LOST BAYOU RAMBLERS

From the show "Singing of Deltas and Bayous: Iris DeMent and Lost Bayou Ramblers" originally aired on August 13th, 2014

FROM THE SHOW: KINGS OF THE ROAD: FROM RAMBLIN' JACK TO KEROUAC

From the show "Kings of the Road: From Ramblin' Jack to Kerouac" originally aired on May 21st, 2014

FROM THE SHOW: LOS ANGELES: SOUNDTRACK FOR THE ANGELS

From the show "Los Angeles: Soundtrack for the Angels" originally aired on November 6th, 2013

FROM THE SHOW: SINGING OF DELTAS AND BAYOUS: IRIS DEMENT AND LOST BAYOU RAMBLERS

From the show "Singing of Deltas and Bayous: Iris DeMent and Lost Bayou Ramblers" originally aired on October 16th, 2013

FROM THE SHOW: POETS OF TWANG: BUDDY MILLER AND JOHN DOE

From the show "Poets of Twang: Buddy Miller and John Doe" originally aired on July 17th, 2013

FROM THE SHOW: KINGS OF THE ROAD: FROM RAMBLIN' JACK TO KEROUAC

From the show "Kings of the Road: From Ramblin' Jack to Kerouac" originally aired on May 22nd, 2013

FROM THE SHOW: SINGING OF DELTAS AND BAYOUS: IRIS DEMENT AND LOST BAYOU RAMBLERS

From the show "Singing of Deltas and Bayous: Iris DeMent and Lost Bayou Ramblers" originally aired on December 5th, 2012

FROM THE SHOW: LUCINDA WILLIAMS & CAROL FRAN

From the show "Lucinda Williams & Carol Fran" originally aired on February 29th, 2012

FROM THE SHOW: POETS OF TWANG: BUDDY MILLER AND JOHN DOE

From the show "Poets of Twang: Buddy Miller and John Doe" originally aired on September 28th, 2011

FROM THE SHOW: AMERICA'S HIPPIE HERITAGE

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

FROM THE SHOW: LOS ANGELES: SOUNDTRACK FOR THE ANGELS

From the show "Los Angeles: Soundtrack for the Angels" originally aired on May 18th, 2011

FROM THE SHOW: POETS OF TWANG: BUDDY MILLER AND JOHN DOE

From the show "Poets of Twang: Buddy Miller and John Doe" originally aired on June 23rd, 2010

FROM THE SHOW: JOHN PRINE

From the show "John Prine" originally aired on February 24th, 2010

FROM THE SHOW: LOS ANGELES: SOUNDTRACK FOR THE ANGELS

From the show "Los Angeles: Soundtrack for the Angels" originally aired on February 3rd, 2010

FROM THE SHOW: POETS OF TWANG: BUDDY MILLER AND JOHN DOE

From the show "Poets of Twang: Buddy Miller and John Doe" originally aired on November 18th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: WHAT'S COOL?

From the show "What's Cool?" originally aired on November 11th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: WHAT'S COOL?

From the show "What's Cool?" originally aired on November 11th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS WITH MERLE HAGGARD & AARON NEVILLE

From the show "Prison Songs with Merle Haggard & Aaron Neville" originally aired on September 30th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: LOS ANGELES: SOUNDTRACK FOR THE ANGELS

From the show "Los Angeles: Soundtrack for the Angels" originally aired on July 29th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: FATHER'S DAY

From the show "Father's Day" originally aired on June 17th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: KINGS OF THE ROAD: FROM RAMBLIN' JACK TO KEROUAC

From the show "Kings of the Road: From Ramblin' Jack to Kerouac" originally aired on May 20th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: AMERICA'S HIPPIE HERITAGE

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

FROM THE SHOW: SINGING AND SWINGING THE ELECTION 2008

From the show "Singing and Swinging the Election 2008" originally aired on October 29th, 2008

FROM THE SHOW: JOHN PRINE

From the show "John Prine" originally aired on August 13th, 2008

FROM THE SHOW: BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

From the show "Banjos Lost and Found: Don Vappie & Nickel Creek" originally aired on July 16th, 2008

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: 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: KINGS OF THE ROAD: FROM RAMBLIN' JACK TO KEROUAC

From the show "Kings of the Road: From Ramblin' Jack to Kerouac" originally aired on May 21st, 2008

FROM THE SHOW: LUCINDA WILLIAMS & CAROL FRAN

From the show "Lucinda Williams & Carol Fran" originally aired on January 30th, 2008

FROM THE SHOW: LABOR DAY WITH ARCHIE GREEN

From the show "Labor Day with Archie Green" originally aired on September 2nd, 1998

FROM THE SHOW: MARCIA BALL

From the show "Marcia Ball" originally aired on August 26th, 1998

FROM THE SHOW: MARCIA BALL

From the show "Marcia Ball" originally aired on June 3rd, 1998

FROM THE SHOW: MOTHER'S DAY

From the show "Mother's Day" originally aired on May 6th, 1998

FROM THE SHOW: LABOR DAY WITH ARCHIE GREEN

From the show "Labor Day with Archie Green" originally aired on September 1st, 1999

FROM THE SHOW: FATHER'S DAY

From the show "Father's Day" originally aired on June 16th, 1999

FROM THE SHOW: MOTHER'S DAY

From the show "Mother's Day" originally aired on May 5th, 1999

FROM THE SHOW: JOHN FOGERTY

From the show "John Fogerty" originally aired on April 7th, 1999

FROM THE SHOW: CESAR ROSAS OF LOS LOBOS

From the show "Cesar Rosas of Los Lobos" originally aired on March 24th, 1999

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS: MERLE HAGGARD AND AARON NEVILLE

From the show "Prison Songs: Merle Haggard and Aaron Neville" originally aired on December 13th, 2000

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS: MERLE HAGGARD AND AARON NEVILLE

From the show "Prison Songs: Merle Haggard and Aaron Neville" originally aired on December 13th, 2000

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS: MERLE HAGGARD AND AARON NEVILLE

From the show "Prison Songs: Merle Haggard and Aaron Neville" originally aired on December 13th, 2000

FROM THE SHOW: JOHN FOGERTY

From the show "John Fogerty" originally aired on February 9th, 2000

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS

From the show "Prison Songs" originally aired on October 3rd, 2001

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS

From the show "Prison Songs" originally aired on October 3rd, 2001

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS

Country music legend Merle Haggard blends a deep affection for American culture and its music with a rough and ready approach to life. Routes caught up with Merle Haggard on the road in the fall of 2001 for his thoughts about how performing live changed in the immediate aftermath of the September 11 attacks.

FROM THE SHOW: WHAT'S COOL?

From the show "What's Cool?" originally aired on September 5th, 2001

FROM THE SHOW: WHAT'S COOL?

From the show "What's Cool?" originally aired on September 5th, 2001

FROM THE SHOW: MOTHER'S DAY

From the show "Mother's Day" originally aired on May 9th, 2001

FROM THE SHOW: WHAT'S COOL?

From the show "What's Cool?" originally aired on July 24th, 2002

FROM THE SHOW: WHAT'S COOL?

From the show "What's Cool?" originally aired on July 24th, 2002

FROM THE SHOW: MOTHER'S DAY

From the show "Mother's Day" originally aired on May 8th, 2002

FROM THE SHOW: SAME TRAIN A DIFFERENT TIME: JIMMIE RODGERS AND THE WHITE MAN'S BLUES

From the show "Same Train a Different Time: Jimmie Rodgers and the White Man's Blues" originally aired on May 21st, 2003

FROM THE SHOW: SAME TRAIN A DIFFERENT TIME: JIMMIE RODGERS AND THE WHITE MAN'S BLUES

From the show "Same Train a Different Time: Jimmie Rodgers and the White Man's Blues" originally aired on May 21st, 2003

FROM THE SHOW: SPRING

From the show "Spring" originally aired on March 26th, 2003

FROM THE SHOW: NEW YEAR'S DAY: LISTENER REQUESTS

From the show "New Year's Day: Listener Requests" originally aired on December 29th, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS WITH MERLE HAGGARD & AARON NEVILLE

From the show "Prison Songs with Merle Haggard & Aaron Neville" originally aired on September 29th, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS WITH MERLE HAGGARD & AARON NEVILLE

From the show "Prison Songs with Merle Haggard & Aaron Neville" originally aired on September 29th, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: PRISON SONGS WITH MERLE HAGGARD & AARON NEVILLE

From the show "Prison Songs with Merle Haggard & Aaron Neville" originally aired on September 29th, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: SAME TRAIN A DIFFERENT TIME: JIMMIE RODGERS AND THE WHITE MAN'S BLUES

From the show "Same Train a Different Time: Jimmie Rodgers and the White Man's Blues" originally aired on May 19th, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: SAME TRAIN A DIFFERENT TIME: JIMMIE RODGERS AND THE WHITE MAN'S BLUES

From the show "Same Train a Different Time: Jimmie Rodgers and the White Man's Blues" originally aired on May 19th, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: MOTHER'S DAY

From the show "Mother's Day" originally aired on May 5th, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: SPRING

From the show "Spring" originally aired on March 24th, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: WHAT'S COOL?

From the show "What's Cool?" originally aired on February 4th, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: WHAT'S COOL?

From the show "What's Cool?" originally aired on February 4th, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: LUCINDA WILLIAMS / CAROL FRAN

From the show "Lucinda Williams / Carol Fran" originally aired on October 26th, 2005

FROM THE SHOW: LABOR DAY WITH TOOTS HIBBERT AND JOHNNY RIVERS

From the show "Labor Day with Toots Hibbert and Johnny Rivers" originally aired on August 31st, 2005

FROM THE SHOW: FATHER'S DAY

From the show "Father's Day" originally aired on June 15th, 2005

FROM THE SHOW: JOHN FOGERTY

From the show "John Fogerty" originally aired on March 9th, 2005

FROM THE SHOW: LUCINDA WILLIAMS AND CAROL FRAN

From the show "Lucinda Williams and Carol Fran" originally aired on March 2nd, 2005

FROM THE SHOW: FAMILIES IN MUSIC

From the show "Families in Music" originally aired on November 22nd, 2006

FROM THE SHOW: JOHN PRINE

From the show "John Prine" originally aired on September 27th, 2006

FROM THE SHOW: LABOR DAY WITH TOOTS HIBBERT AND JOHNNY RIVERS

From the show "Labor Day with Toots Hibbert and Johnny Rivers" originally aired on August 30th, 2006

FROM THE SHOW: BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

From the show "Banjos Lost and Found: Don Vappie & Nickel Creek" originally aired on August 2nd, 2006

FROM THE SHOW: FATHER'S DAY

From the show "Father's Day" originally aired on June 14th, 2006

FROM THE SHOW: SAME TRAIN A DIFFERENT TIME: JIMMIE RODGERS AND THE WHITE MAN'S BLUES

From the show "Same Train a Different Time: Jimmie Rodgers and the White Man's Blues" originally aired on May 31st, 2006

FROM THE SHOW: SAME TRAIN A DIFFERENT TIME: JIMMIE RODGERS AND THE WHITE MAN'S BLUES

From the show "Same Train a Different Time: Jimmie Rodgers and the White Man's Blues" originally aired on May 31st, 2006

FROM THE SHOW: FAMILIES IN MUSIC

From the show "Families in Music" originally aired on May 24th, 2006

FROM THE SHOW: SPRING

From the show "Spring" originally aired on March 29th, 2006

FROM THE SHOW: AMERICA'S HIPPIE HERITAGE

From the show "America's Hippie Heritage" originally aired on October 3rd, 2007

FROM THE SHOW: JOHN PRINE

From the show "John Prine" originally aired on May 2nd, 2007

FROM THE SHOW: BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

From the show "Banjos Lost and Found: Don Vappie & Nickel Creek" originally aired on April 11th, 2007

FROM THE SHOW: AMERICA'S HIPPIE HERITAGE

From the show "America's Hippie Heritage" originally aired on March 14th, 2007

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