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In episode 15 of The Jukebox Graduate, Dave and Eugene host their guest, producer Carl Alvarez, in order to discuss the new Ken Burns documentary COUNTRY MUSIC. The duo of dialogue first cover other topics: The Raconteurs at Amoeba, recent movies/upcoming music documentaries, Bryan Ferry at the Greek, recent suicides, and Eugene’s Fender Play Live appearance. Carl gives us an overview of the 16-hour PBS study of country music and goes over some highlights and things he learned after seeing the whole thing.
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