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  • PBS Arts from the Blue Ridge Mountains: Give Me The Banjo

The Arts | Give Me the Banjo | Rosanne Cash talks about her love for the banjo | PBS

Duration: 01:31
Program: PBS Arts from the Blue Ridge Mountains: Give Me The Banjo
Broadcast Date: Nov. 4, 2011

Musician Rosanne Cash, host of the new PBS documentary "Give Me The Banjo," talks about the influence the instrument has had on her life. "Give Me The Banjo" is a story of America's quintessential musical instrument from its African slavery roots to the 21st century, featuring performances and commentary from contemporary folk musicians such as Pete Seeger, Earl Scruggs, Taj Mahal, Béla Fleck and the Carolina Chocolate Drops, as well as from leading music historians, instrument builders and collectors. Grammy-winning singer and songwriter Rosanne Cash hosts. GIVE ME THE BANJO is produced and directed by Marc Fields with Michael Kantor as executive producer. Tony Trischka is co-producer and music director. The evening's presentation is in collaboration with PBS member station UNC-TV (North Carolina).

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Post Date: November 2, 2011