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Farwell Angelina (Episode #708H)

KQED Plus: Sun, Jul 23, 2017 -- 12:30 AM

Farewell Angelina brings together four talented ladies who are taking Nashville by storm and building a growing fanbase across the country with their high energy shows and down home harmonies. Each of the ladies are award-winning songwriters, dynamic singers and multi-instrumentalists that come together in a captivating musical synergy. In this episode, the band performs live show stalwarts like "Shotgun Summer" and "American Fathers."

Reverend John Wilkins (Episode #707H)

KQED Plus: Sun, Jul 16, 2017 -- 12:30 AM

Reverend John Wilkins blends the best of Memphis and North Mississippi Hill Country blues. Wilkins' father was also a venerated gospel and blues artist who influenced him, both musically and spiritually. When Wilkins was learning to play guitar, he picked up his father's gospel and country blues styles. He also followed his father's call to ministry and became pastor of Hunter's Chapel Church, where he has led a congregation that includes generations of North Mississippi musicians. In this episode, Reverend John and his band perform several songs including "You Got to Move" and "Sinner's Prayer."

Margo Price (Episode #706H)

KQED Plus: Sun, Jul 2, 2017 -- 12:30 AM

Rolling Stone named Margo Price & her band the Price Tags as artists to watch, describing the music as "deeply personal and painstakingly crafted" with Margo's voice her "hitting haunting high notes with weariness and reverence." Margo recently signed with Jack White's Third Man Records and her music evokes White's collaboration with Loretta Lynn. In his episode, Margo and her band perform fan favorites, including "I Put a Hurtin' on the Bottle."

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