Austin City Limits - Season 21

Saturday on PBS Premiered Jan 03, 1976 In Season


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Episode Guide

  • Gatemouth Brown and Keb' Mo'
    Gatemouth Brown is an incredible live performer who mixes blues, jazz, Cajun, and Texas funk to wow audiences across the country. Keb' Mo' has earned heaps of critical praise for his blues infused folk and Memphis soul.
  • Faith Hill followed by Trisha Yearwood
    Faith Hill is one of the brightest stars in country music. She brings friendly banter and a love of performing to the ACL stage. Trisha Yearwood appears second with her strong, clear voice and a variety of songs from her long career.
  • Los Lobos followed by Joe Ely
    Los Lobos is one of the hardest working bands in the music industry today. From their original pop albums to film scores to children's albums, Los Lobos are Grammy Award winning road warriors. Next, Joe Ely, Texas son, delights the audience with his inventive twists on common themes.
  • Lisa Loeb followed by Jimmy LaFave
    Folk ballads and acoustic rock mark performances by two of the nineties most creative young performers.
  • Classic: Roger Miller followed by Marty Robbins
    ACL reintroduces music giants, Roger Miller and Marty Robbins. Although both singers had passed away, ACL re-edits their appearances on previous ACL shows.
  • The Allman Brothers Band
    The legendary Allman Brothers Band were ground breakers in the realm of Southern rock. On this episode, an enthusiastic crowd welcomes the unique blues-rock sound of these Southern titans.
  • Lee Roy Parnell followed by A.J. Croce
    This episode focuses on the blues with a twist. Texas' own, Lee Roy Parnell, mixes country lyrics with the blues guitar. Next, A.J. Croce uses his incredible piano talent to mix blues into jazz, soul, and pop.
  • Pam Tillis followed by A Guitar Pull with Willie Nelson and others
    Pam Tillis brings her incredible voice and heartfelt songs to the ACL stage to promote her new self-produced album. Next, Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard invite several special guests to participate in a country tradition–a good old guitar pull.
  • B.B. King
    B.B. King
    Episode 4
    B.B. King as his guitar "Lucille" set an international standard for great blues. This performance, filmed shortly after he turned 70, proves that B.B. King can still dazzle a crowd.
  • Asleep At The Wheel's 25th Anniversary Celebration
    Asleep at the Wheel invites some special guests to help them celebrate their 25th anniversary as the nation's premiere swing band.
  • John Prine followed by Todd Snider
    Songwriting talents, John Prine and Todd Snider, appear on ACL. Prine plays a combination of old hits with flair and new hits with a classic sound. Tod Snider, a rising star, plays witty songs through a lens of different genres.
  • Alison Krauss & Union Station followed by Merle Haggard
    Grammy award winner, Alison Krauss, appears with her band to sing some of their biggest hits and bluegrass standards. Country legend Merle Haggard appears to sing country hits.
  • Sagebrush Symphony: Michael Martin Murphey and Friends with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic