Austin City Limits - Season 34

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  • Sarah McLachlan/ Duffy
    2/14/09
    7.0
    In this episode, legendary singer Sarah McLachlan appeared along with new soul singer Duffy. Throughout her 20 year career, McLachlan had never sang on the show yet. Her set included some of her most famous hits, including "Building a Mystery," and "Angel." Duffy combined northern soul with sassy charmed and won the audience over as she sang songs from her debut album, "Rockberry."moreless
  • Drive-By Truckers/Ryan Bingham
    2/7/09
    8.0
    This episode of Austin City Limits captures scenes from Drive-By Truckers playing live on the Brighter Than Creation's Dark tour. It's a mix of some of their most popular work and new releases from the featured album. Also featuring the work of Ryan Bingham, it has been praised as one of the most popular episodes of ACL.moreless
  • Nick Lowe/ The Swell Season
    1/31/09
    7.0
    Austin Limits: Nick Lowe/The Swell Season is a 2009 PBS episode in the TV series that focuses on the music of one living legend and a unique folk-rock duo. A 40-year veteran in the business, Lowe entertains viewers with an eclectic mix of rock and country music from his catalog on the show. He is followed by the The Swell Season, rare Oscar winners in music, who perform various songs from their soundtrack entitled, "Once."moreless
  • Manu Chao
    Manu Chao
    Episode 10
    1/24/09
    7.0
    The 10th episode of the 34th season of PBS' "Austin City Limits" features the band Manu Chao. The band performs live in Austin, Texas at the Moody Theater with a set consisting of their biggest hits. Additionally, the episode showcases interviews of the band members both as a group and individually.moreless
  • Foo Fighters
    Foo Fighters
    Episode 9
    1/17/09
    8.0
    Episode 9 of Season 34 of PBS' "Austin City Limits" features the band the Foo Fighters. The episode includes the Foo Fighters performing live at the Moody Theater at the W Hotel in downtown Austin, Texas. Also included are interviews of the band and a behind the scenes look at the setup that goes into producing a live show.moreless
  • Gnarls Barkley followed by Thievery Corporation
    Gnarls Barkley plays his unique combination of rhythm and blues, rock and progressive hip-hop. Next, Thievery Corporation introduces the audience to its eccentric world beats.
  • Aimee Mann followed by Iron & Wine
    11/15/08
    0.0
    Aimee Mann debuts on ACL to promote her newest album, "@#%&*! Smilers." Next, the folk duo Iron and Wine play songs from their critically acclaimed album.
  • Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings followed by Carolyn Wonderland
    Traditional funk-rock gets turned upside down by Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings. Next, Austin treasure Carolyn Wonderland makes her national debut.
  • My Morning Jacket
    My Morning Jacket
    Episode 5
    11/1/08
    7.0
    The ACL stage welcomes My Morning Jacket as they promote their newest album.
  • Jakob Dylan followed by Carrie Rodriguez
    Jakob Dylan presents his solo material and showcases his songwriting talent. Next, Carrie Rodriguez also steps out on her own. After a successful duo career, she's released a solo album.
  • Lyle Lovett & Friends: A Songwriters Special
    When Lyle Lovett invites three of his song writing buddies, the result is a great performance that crosses all musical boundaries.
  • Bettye LaVette/Pinetop Perkins
    10/11/08
    8.0
    Rhythm and blues takes center stage when Bettye LaVette plays some of her old hits and songs from her new album. Next, ninety year old Pinetop Perkins proves that age doesn't matter when it comes to good music.
  • R.E.M.
    R.E.M.
    Episode 1
    5/24/08
    7.0
    R.E.M. is a band that is comfortable with many labels–revered undergrounds icons or popular symbols of rock and roll. They bring their diverse music to the stage promoting their newest release, Accelerate.
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