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Cedric Burnside
CEDRIC BURNSIDE appearing in 11 shows and/or playlists

CEDRIC BURNSIDE

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH CEDRIC BURNSIDE

FROM THE SHOW: CELEBRATING THE NATIONAL HERITAGE FELLOWS

From the show "Celebrating the National Heritage Fellows" originally aired on May 25th, 2022

FROM THE SHOW: THANKSGIVING 2021 WITH THE NATIONAL HERITAGE FELLOWS

From the show "Thanksgiving 2021 with the National Heritage Fellows" originally aired on November 24th, 2021

FROM THE SHOW: NEW BLUES & BLUEGRASS: CEDRIC BURNSIDE & SHADOWGRASS

From the show "New Blues & Bluegrass: Cedric Burnside & ShadowGrass" originally aired on March 6th, 2019

THANKSGIVING WITH THE 2022 NATIONAL HERITAGE FELLOWS

For Thanksgiving, we're celebrating the 2022 National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage Fellows. Great musicians, storytellers, artisans and advocates, who have received our nation's highest honor in traditional arts with these new honorees: Richmond gospel family, The Legendary Ingramettes; Navajo Diné weaver and sheep rancher, TahNibaa Naataanii; Washington DC step choreographer, C. Brian Williams; Excelsior Brass Band of Mobile, Alabama; master Hawai'ian Hale builder Francis "Palani" Sinenci; Tibetan Opera singer and dancer Tsering Wangmo Satho; Flamenco dancer Eva Encinias; Bluegrass fiddler Michael Cleveland; St. Croix Quelbe flute player and bandleader, Stanley Jacobs; and New Orleans Black-masking craftsman, stilt dancer and musician, Shaka Zulu. Plus music from former fellows Doc Watson, Cedric Burnside, Clifton Chenier, Flaco Jiménez, Andy Statman, Dr. Michael White and Wanda Jackson, among others.

CELEBRATING THE NATIONAL HERITAGE FELLOWS

Join us this Memorial Day weekend to celebrate the National Endowment for the Arts Heritage Fellows. Each year, the NEA recognizes traditional artists for their excellence and contributions to our nation's heritage. It's the highest award in the traditional arts. This year's honorees include: Filipino rondalla musician Tagumpay Mendoza De Leon; Osage ribbon worker and ceramicist Anita Fields; documentary filmmaker and preservationist Tom Davenport; Louisiana's Winnsboro Easter Rock gospel ensemble; Hill Country blues drummer and guitarist Cedric Burnside; Puerto Rican mundillo lace weaver Nellie Vera; Irish flute and whistle maven Joanie Madden; Chicago tap dancer Reginald "Reggio the Hoofer" McLaughlin; and the Mexican American band from East Los Angeles, Los Lobos. Plus music from prior awardees including Del McCoury, Mavis Staples, Dr. Michael White and John Lee Hooker.

THANKSGIVING 2021 WITH THE NATIONAL HERITAGE FELLOWS

It's time for gathering with family and friends in thanksgiving. Join us to celebrate the National Endowment for the Arts Heritage Fellows. Each year, the NEA recognizes traditional artists for their excellence and contributions to our nation's heritage. It's the highest award in the traditional arts. This year's honorees include: Filipino rondalla musician Tagumpay Mendoza De Leon; Osage ribbon worker and ceramicist Anita Fields; documentary filmmaker and preservationist Tom Davenport; Louisiana's Winnsboro Easter Rock gospel ensemble; Hill Country blues drummer and guitarist Cedric Burnside; Puerto Rican mundillo lace weaver Nellie Vera ; Irish flute and whistle maven Joanie Madden; Chicago tap dancer Reginald "Reggio the Hoofer" McLaughlin; and the Mexican American band from East Los Angeles, Los Lobos. Plus music from prior awardees including Del McCoury, Mavis Staples, Dr. Michael White and John Lee Hooker.

NEW BLUES & BLUEGRASS: CEDRIC BURNSIDE & SHADOWGRASS

Facing the hot season head on, we hit up juke joints, dancehalls and folk festivals to get our fill of hot licks from blues and bluegrass musicians, oldtimers and newcomers alike. We talk shop with Mississippi Hill Country bluesman Cedric Burnside about playing music alongside his grandfather R.L. Burnside, finding his voice and translating old school sounds for a new generation. Then we head to the Montana Folk Festival to hear the bluegrass bonafides of ShadowGrass and talk with the young Appalachian upstarts about balancing their tour schedule with junior high school. Plus, fife and drum music from Otha Turner & the Afrosippi Allstars, surrealist blues rock a la Captain Beefheart and old-time and rockabilly picking from Doc Watson.

FROM THE SHOW: THANKSGIVING WITH THE 2022 NATIONAL HERITAGE FELLOWS

From the show "Thanksgiving with the 2022 National Heritage Fellows" originally aired on November 23rd, 2022

FROM THE SHOW: SUMMER SOUNDS - BEING & STAYING COOL

From the show "Summer Sounds - Being & Staying Cool" originally aired on August 11th, 2021

FROM THE SHOW: NEW BLUES & BLUEGRASS: CEDRIC BURNSIDE & SHADOWGRASS

From the show "New Blues & Bluegrass: Cedric Burnside & ShadowGrass" originally aired on March 6th, 2019

FROM THE SHOW: NEW BLUES & BLUEGRASS: CEDRIC BURNSIDE & SHADOWGRASS

From the show "New Blues & Bluegrass: Cedric Burnside & ShadowGrass" originally aired on August 15th, 2018