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Peter Guralnick
PETER GURALNICK appearing in 10 shows and/or playlists

PETER GURALNICK

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH PETER GURALNICK

FROM THE SHOW: TRANSCENDING NEW ENGLAND

Music writer Peter Guralnick how, as a teenager, he fell into the blues at a record shop in the middle of Harvard Square.

FROM THE SHOW: ELVIS

From the show "Elvis" originally aired on August 12th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: ELVIS

From the show "Elvis" originally aired on January 8th, 2003

FROM THE SHOW: ELVIS

From the show "Elvis" originally aired on August 9th, 2006

ELVIS

We remember Elvis Presley on the anniversary of his death. Exclusive interviews with bandmates DJ Fontana and Scotty Moore, producer Sam Phillips, and biographer Peter Guralnick focus on the social and cultural interactions unique to Memphis and the Deep South that sparked Elvis' musical explosiveness. The songwriting team of Leiber & Stoller talk about working with Elvis on their compositions "Hound Dog" and "Jailhouse Rock." Memphis R&B great Rufus Thomas describes the complex relationship many black musicians had to Elvis, and rockabilly queen Wanda Jackson says the king of rock 'n' roll was a perfect gentleman on their dates.

TRANSCENDING NEW ENGLAND

We travel the New England soundscape from rural dances to urban folk clubs, from Maine truckdriving songs to regional rock. Also, music from Boston Irish and Italians, French Quebecois and Cape Verdean Portuguese. Plus stories from eel fishermen and cranberry farmers, urban gardeners and country fiddlers. Massachusetts-raised troubadour Jonathan Richman stops in from the road to converse, and author Peter Guralnick reminisces about how the blues found him in New England.

ELVIS

On the anniversary of his death, Elvis Presley is remembered. Exclusive interviews with bandmates DJ Fontana, Scotty Moore, producer Sam Phillips, and biographer Peter Guralnick focus on the social and cultural interactions unique to Memphis and the Deep South that sparked Elvis' musical explosiveness. The songwriting team of Leiber & Stoller talk about working with Elvis on their compositions "Hound Dog" and "Jailhouse Rock," and guitarist James Burton describes the Vegas years. Memphis R&B great Rufus Thomas describes the complex relationship many black musicians had to Elvis, and rockabilly queen Wanda Jackson says the king of rock 'n' roll was a perfect gentleman on their dates.

TRANSCENDING NEW ENGLAND

We travel the New England soundsacpe from rural dances to urban folk clubs, from Maine truckdriving songs to regional rock. Also music from Boston Irish and Italians, French Quebecois and Cape Verdean Portuguese. Plus stories from eel fishermen and cranberry farmers, urban gardeners and country fiddlers. Massachusetts-raised troubadour Jonathan Richman stops in from the road to converse, and author Peter Guralnick reminisces about how the blues found him in New England.

ELVIS

On the 68th anniversary of his birthday, Elvis Presley is remembered. Exclusive interviews with bandmates DJ Fontana, Scotty Moore, producer Sam Phillips, and biographer Peter Guralnick focus on the social and cultural interactions unique to Memphis and the Deep South that sparked Elvis' musical explosiveness. The songwriting team of Leiber & Stoller talk about working with Elvis on their compositions "Hound Dog" and "Jailhouse Rock," and guitarist James Burton describes the Vegas years. Memphis R&B great Rufus Thomas describes the complex relationship many black musicians had to Elvis, and rockabilly queen Wanda Jackson says the king of rock 'n' roll was a perfect gentleman on their dates.

ELVIS REMEMBERED

On the 25th anniversary of his death, Elvis Presley is remembered. Exclusive interviews with bandmates DJ Fontana, Scotty Moore, producer Sam Phillips, and biographer Peter Guralnick focus on the social and cultural interactions unique to Memphis and the Deep South that sparked Elvis' musical explosiveness. The songwriting team of Leiber & Stoller talk about working with Elvis on their compositions "Hound Dog" and "Jailhouse Rock," and guitarist James Burton describes the Vegas years. Memphis R&B great Rufus Thomas describes the complex relationship many black musicians had to Elvis, and rockabilly queen Wanda Jackson says the king of rock 'n' roll was a perfect gentleman on their dates.

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