Native Texan, Norah Jones, returns to the ACL stage for an hour of her incredible piano playing, jazzy song style, and throaty vocals.
Elvis Costello and the Imposters perform songs from their new album and some old favorites. The music is signified by Costello's genre bending style.
Sultry vocalist Shelby Lynne leads off, with talented blues diva Toni Price capping the hour.
The one and only queen of country performs the music of her Appalachian upbringing, and young bluegrass sensations Nickel Creek showcase their soaring harmonies and instrumental virtuosity.
Alison Krauss & Union Station Alison Krauss : fiddle, vocals Dan Tyminski : guitar, mandolin, vocals Ron Block : guitar, banjo, vocals Barry Bales : upright & electric bass, vocals Jerry Douglas : dobro Larry Atamanuik : drums Bela Fleck's Bluegrass Sessions with Earl Scruggs & Vassar Clements Bela Fleck : banjo, vocals Sam Bush : mandolin, vocals Jerry Douglas : dobro, vocals Stuart Duncan : fiddle Bryan Sutton : guitar Mark Schatz : bass Earl Scruggs : banjo Vassar Clements : fiddle
Three Texas natives known for their amazing vocals and powerful songwriting talents share the stage for a night of music and memories.
Kathy Mattea earned this year's Country Music Association's Female vocalist of the Year. In this episode, she hows off her powerful voice and songs. Texas singer/songwriter, Tish Hinojosa, uses her soft voice and complex melodies to play social relevant folk music.
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