Pete Seeger helped introduce America to its own musical heritage, devoting his life to using the power of song as a force for social change. With his deeply-held beliefs, Seeger went from the top of the pop charts to the top of the blacklist and was banned from American commercial television for more than 17 years. This first and only authorized biography of Seeger premiered on PBS in 2008.
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Lightning in a Bottle -- Lightning in a Bottle stars Jenna Bowers as Elysia, a college graduate recruited by a secret organization that protects a small Indiana town from dark magical forces. When people in the town start going missing, it's up to Greg (Josh Baker), the group's leader, and Ambrose (Eric T. Schroeder), a backwards living wizard, to stop the person or creature behind it.
In Pete Seeger: The Power of Song, Director Jim Brown documents the life of one of the greatest American singer/songwriters of the last century. Musicians including Bob Dylan, Arlo Guthrie, Joan Baez, Bonnie Raitt, Brice Springsteen, Natalie Maines, and Peter, Paul and Mary appear in this intimate portrait and discuss Seeger s lasting influence on the fabric of American music.
Interviews, archival footage and home movies are used to illustrate a social history of folk artist Pete Seeger.
Native American activist and poet John Trudell fuses his radical politics with music, writing and art.
The engaging life story of Native American poet / musician / activist John Trudell (Santee Sioux) and his heartfelt message of active, personal responsibility to the earth, all of its inhabitants and our descendants.
On February 7, 2003, renowned artists across music genres and generations commandeered the stage at New York City's Radio City Music Hall to pay tribute to their common heritage and passion: the blues. Shared with thousands of fans in attendance, legendary performers from the roots of rock, jazz,and rap joined forces for a once-in-a-lifetime salute to the blues benefit concert whose proceeds went to musical education. Executive produced by Martin Scorcese, produced by Alex Gibney and directed by Antoine Fuqua, Lightning in a Bottle captures the night's magic and weaves a history of blues through the juxtaposition of performers, backstage interviews, rehearsals, and archival clips of some of the greatest names in American music, from blues royalty like Buddy Guy and B. B. King to their musical heirs ranging from John Fogerty and Bonnie Raitt to Mos Def and Indie.Arie.
This microbudget indie film, Lightning in a Bottle, stars Jenna Bowers as Elysia, a college graduate recruited by a secret organization that protects a small Indiana town from dark forces. When people in the town start going missing, it's up to Greg (Josh Baker), the group's leader, and Ambrose (Eric T. Schroeder), a backwards living wizard, to stop the person or creature behind it.
Renowned artists across music genres and generations commandeered the stage at New York City's Radio City Music Hall to pay tribute to their common heritage and passion: the blues. Shared with thousands of fans in attendance, legendary performers from the roots of rock, jazz, and rap joined forcesfor a once-in-a-lifetime salute to the blues benefit concert whose proceeds went to musical educat...
Like so many other bands of their era and stature, the members of the legendary group The Country Bears were torn apart by the perils of their own success: ego, women, jealousy, and a little too much honey. In the 1970s The Country Bears - brothers Ted and Fred Bedderhead, Tennessee O'Neal, and Zeb Zoober - pioneered a unique southern rock sound that still influences music today. After ten years of separation and unfulfilling existences, the band has now reunited to film their first major motion picture. "The Country Bears" is the story of a band reuniting to save their birthplace. A greedy banker (Christopher Walken) is about to foreclose on the historic country bear hall - unless the group's one-time manager Henry Dixon Taylor and eager young fan Beary Barrinson can convince the bitter ex-members of the rock band to put aside their differences and perform a benefit concert to save the musical venue.
Singer Bonnie Raitt performs a song from her latest album "Slipstream."
Ellen fulfills an adolescent fantasy when she goes to Rock and Roll Dream Camp.
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Christopher Walken - January 20, 1990: SNL favorite Christopher Walken hosts this 1990 episode, which includes the sketches 'Eternity,' 'Girlfriend Dumping Service,' and commercial parody 'Colon Blow.'
Comedian Robert Klein hosts with musical performances by Bonnie Raitt (“Runaway” and “Give It All Up Or Let Me Go.”) Sketches include Greek Restaurant, Nick Winters, Nerd Rock and Attack of The Giant Lobsters.
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Ends 05/30/15. Take your front-row seat for one of the hottest shows of the year: the 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Taped at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, this special honors the six newest inductees--Cat Stevens, Hall & Oates, Nirvana, Kiss, Linda Ronstadt and Peter Gabriel--along with special inductees The E Street Band, Brian Epstein and Andrew Loog Oldham.
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