Austin City Limits - Season 32

Saturday on PBS Premiered Jan 03, 1976 In Season


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Episode Guide

  • Dixie Chicks
    Dixie Chicks
    Episode 13
    The Dixie Chicks bring their powerful new album to the ACL stage. Infused with personal and provocative songs, each melody tells a story.
  • James Blunt followed by James McMurtry
    James Blunt is leading the wave of young British artists who are captivating American audiences. Next, James McMurtry uses his music to tell witty and and expansive stories.
  • Damian Marley
    Damian Marley
    Episode 11
    Damian Marley, as the youngest son of Bob Marley, has struggled to establish his own musical identity. His sophomore album clearly defined his own brand of reggae with realistic rhymes and eclectic beats. He appears to promote his successful third release.
  • The Raconteurs followed by Cat Power
    Four friends gather together to form a new band. Jack White, Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence and Patrick Keeler make innovative and fun music. Next, Cat Power brings their emotionally charged indie-rock to the ACL studio for some cathartic rock.
  • Los Lonely Boys followed by The Gourds
    Local Austin act, Los Lonely Boys, returns to the ACL stage with their intriguing mix of Latin beats and rock music. Next, The Gourds meld bluegrass with witty lyrics to create their own unique version of Americana music.
  • Corinne Bailey Rae followed by KT Tunstall
    First, Corinne Bailey Rae brings her lush, rich voice to the ACL studio. She started with critical success in the UK and has achieved commercial success around the world. Next, KT Tunstall has been a star in her native country of Scotland for awhile, but she has only recently been discovered in the US. This ACL performance showcases her unique talent.moreless
  • Van Morrison
    Van Morrison
    Episode 7
    Van Morrison, member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame, continues his exploration of groundbreaking music. He also plays some of his classic hits that have inspired generations.
  • Ladysmith Black Mambazo
    ACL introduces its audience to South African music traditions and Christian Gospel sounds.
  • Sufjan Stevens followed by Calexico
    The underground rock scene is alive and well. Two of its most popular acts appear on ACL.
  • Alejandro Escovedo
    Alejandro Escovedo
    Episode 4
    Alejandro Escovedo enjoys extreme critical praise but little commercial success.
  • Juanes
    Episode 3
    Named by Time magazine as “one of the 100 most influential people in the world,” Juanes is a Columbian born musician. ACL is proud to introduce him to a US audience.
  • New Orleans Social Club
    On the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina's destruction, the Social Club celebrates the Crescent City on ACL. A variety of special guests join them on stage.
  • Ray Davies
    Ray Davies
    Episode 1
    Ray Davies rarely appears on television, but he makes an exception to his own rule by appearing on ACL. The former Kinks front man kicks off ACL's 32nd season.