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William Bell
WILLIAM BELL appearing in 11 shows and/or playlists

WILLIAM BELL

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH WILLIAM BELL

FROM THE SHOW: NATIONAL HERITAGE FELLOWS 2020

From the show "National Heritage Fellows 2020 " originally aired on May 26th, 2021

FROM THE SHOW: SONG MAKERS AND SONG TAKERS: WILLIAM BELL AND CHRIS SMITHER

From the show "Song Makers and Song Takers: William Bell and Chris Smither" originally aired on January 24th, 2018

NATIONAL HERITAGE FELLOWS 2020

American Routes celebrates this Memorial Day weekend with words and music from the National Heritage Fellows. Since 1982, the National Endowment for the Arts has presented the fellowships. It's America's highest honor in Folk & Traditional Arts. This past year's Fellows include soul singer and songwriter William Bell, Armenian folk and liturgical singer Onnik Dinkjian, West African diasporic dancers Zakarya and Naomi Diouf, Iroquois raised beadworker Karen Ann Hoffman, traditional religious dancers Los Matachines de la Santa Cruz de Ladrillera, founder of Radio Bilingue, Hugo Morales, old-time fiddler and banjo player John Morris, Anishinaabe birchbark canoe builder Wayne Valliere and Nueva Cancion singer and songwriter Suni Paz. Plus Fellows from years gone by: Mavis Staples, Ralph Stanley, Michael Doucet, Wanda Jackson, Doc Watson, Carol Fran, Flaco Jimenez, Andy Statman and Dr. Michael White.

NATIONAL HERITAGE FELLOWS 2020

American Routes celebrates this Thanksgiving weekend with words and music from the National Heritage Fellows. Since 1982, the National Endowment for the Arts has presented the fellowships. It's America's highest honor in Folk & Traditional Arts. This year's Fellows include soul singer and songwriter William Bell, Armenian folk and liturgical singer Onnik Dinkjian, West African diasporic dancers Zakarya and Naomi Diouf, Iroquois raised beadworker Karen Ann Hoffman, traditional religious dancers Los Matachines de la Santa Cruz de Ladrillera, founder of Radio Bilingue, Hugo Morales, old-time fiddler and banjo player John Morris, Anishinaabe birchbark canoe builder Wayne Valliere and Nueva Cancion singer and songwriter Suni Paz. Plus Fellows from years gone by: Mavis Staples, Ralph Stanley, Michael Doucet, Wanda Jackson, Doc Watson, Carol Fran, Flaco Jimenez, Andy Statman and Dr. Michael White.

SONG MAKERS AND SONG TAKERS: WILLIAM BELL AND CHRIS SMITHER

This week on American Routes, we hear from great songwriters and performers- and those who emulate them. Original songs can take on new form and meaning when interpreted by different voices, and we'll hear some of those renditions and transformations this week. We'll hear the rocking Southern sound of the Drive-By Truckers covering Bob Dylan, and Ray Charles doing Hank Williams. Our guest William Bell, from Memphis, will tell us all about his music being played by the Byrds, and bluesman Albert King. And we'll go live on stage in Northampton Massachusetts with folk-blues guitarist Chris Smither for songs and stories.

SONG MAKERS AND SONG TAKERS: WILLIAM BELL AND CHRIS SMITHER

This week on American Routes, we hear from great songwriters and performers and those who emulate them. Original songs can take on new form and meaning when interpreted by different voices, and we'll hear some of those renditions and transformations this week. We'll hear the rocking Southern sound of the Drive-By Truckers covering Bob Dylan, and Ray Charles doing Hank Williams. Our guest William Bell, from Memphis, will tell us all about his music being played by the Byrds, and bluesman Albert King. And we'll go live on stage in Northampton Massachusetts with folk-blues guitarist Chris Smither for songs and stories.

SONG MAKERS AND SONG TAKERS: WILLIAM BELL AND CHRIS SMITHER

This week on American Routes, we hear from great songwriters and performers- and those who emulate them. Original songs can take on new form and meaning when interpreted by different voices, and we'll hear some of those renditions and transformations this week. We'll hear the rocking Southern sound of the Drive By Truckers covering Bob Dyla, and Ray Charles doing Hank Williams. Our guest William Bell, from Memphis, will tell us all about his music being played by the Byrds, and bluesman Albert King. And we'll go live on stage in Northampton Massachusetts with New Orleans blues guitarist Chris Smither for songs and stories.

FROM THE SHOW: SOUNDS OF WINTER SOLSTICE AND THE HOLIDAYS

From the show "Sounds of Winter Solstice and the Holidays" originally aired on December 22nd, 2021

FROM THE SHOW: SONG MAKERS AND SONG TAKERS: WILLIAM BELL AND CHRIS SMITHER

From the show "Song Makers and Song Takers: William Bell and Chris Smither" originally aired on January 24th, 2018

FROM THE SHOW: SONG MAKERS AND SONG TAKERS: WILLIAM BELL AND CHRIS SMITHER

From the show "Song Makers and Song Takers: William Bell and Chris Smither" originally aired on January 18th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: SONG MAKERS AND SONG TAKERS: WILLIAM BELL AND CHRIS SMITHER

From the show "Song Makers and Song Takers: William Bell and Chris Smither" originally aired on September 28th, 2016