Austin City Limits - Season 10

Saturday on PBS Premiered Jan 03, 1976 In Season


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Episode Guide

  • Glen Campbell followed by Eddy Raven
    Neither Glen Campbell nor Eddy Raven has appeared on Austin City Limits, so they both make their debut.
  • Earl Thomas Conley followed by Vince Gill
    Earl Thomas Conley has gone from a behind the scenes Nashville player to a star in his own right. Vince Gill has had a varied musical career, but in this 1985 episode he was just getting his foot in the door of country music after pop success.
  • Larry Gatlin followed by Nanci Griffith
    Larry Gatlin and his band of brothers (literally) perform their smooth harmonies on the Austin stage. While Austin newcomer Nanci Griffith brings her unique voice to her adopted hometown audience.
  • Juice Newton followed by Mark Gray
    Carefree, upbeat singer-songwriter Juice Newton sings her biggest hits. Mark Gray was songwriter in Nashville for years before finding stardom with the band Exile. Now, he's pursuing a solo career.
  • Nitty Gritty Dirt Band followed by Steve Goodman Tribute
    The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band is an institution in American music with their blend of folk, country and rock. Later, ACL pays tribute to singer-songwriter Steve Goodman. ACL compiles a musical retrospective of past Goodman appearances in honor of his death.
  • Joe Ely followed by Eric Johnson
    Native Texans take center stage as Joe Ely and Austin artist Eric Johnson perform in the round. It's a comparison of established talent versus up-and-coming talent.
  • Ricky Skaggs followed by The Judds
    Ricky Skaggs is known as a versatile everyman in country and bluegrass music. The Judds are rocketing into country music super-stardom.
  • Eddie Rabbitt followed by Tammy Wynette
    Two country music superstars with very different styles perform. Eddie Rabbitt combines country and pop-rock to cross musical barriers. Tammy Wynette relies on her honest vocals and stays true to the traditional roots of pure country music.
  • Waylon Jennings followed by Billy Joe Shaver
    True country music rebels, Waylon Jennings and Billy Joe Shaver defied Nashville and wrote songs that music experts thought would never be successful. Instead, Jennings has become a country music icon, and Shaver's songs have graced albums of some of the most influential musicians.
  • Exile followed by The Maines Brothers with Terry Allen
    Exile, an up and coming country group, perform their unique blend of country-rock. The Maines Brothers (joined by Terry Allen) introduce the audience to their aggressive country style.
  • Neil Young
    Neil Young
    Episode 3
    Neil Young emerged from the 1970s as a song-writing force. His insightful lyrics are displayed in this one-hour special devoted to him.
  • Freddie Powers followed by Whitey Shafer
    Freddie Powers is honored in this episode when friends Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard join him on stage to sing his songs. Whitey Shafer's appearance follows.
  • Oak Ridge Boys followed by Bob Wills' Original Texas Playboys
    The Oak Ridge Boys are known for their harmonious vocals as they perform their biggest hits. The Texas Playboys celebrate 50 years of performing together. Gary P. Nunn joins the Playboys on stage.
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