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This September Saturday Late Nights on PBS North is your place for great music! Go to our schedule for this week’s line up.


10pm - Austin City Limits

Austin City Limits is a weekly show, featuring some of today’s most popular bands and well-known musicians. More about ACL at acltv.com.


11pm - Woodsongs

Woodsongs (Old Time Radio Hour) is an internationally syndicated radio program recorded before a live audience each week at the historic Kentucky Theatre in downtown Lexington, Kentucky. The show is a combination of performance and interviews featuring artists of the Americana music genre. The mission of the program is to inspire the audience to make music part of their lives by introducing them to a contrast of styles such as blues and bluegrass, country and Celtic, folk and rock, modern and classical. Interviews with the artists allow the audience to explore the artist’s background and discover what inspires them to sing and play. More information can be found at www.woodsongs.com.

Beginning September 28 at 11pm - Song of the Mountains
Song of the Mountains showcases the best talents in Bluegrass Americana and old-time music. It's an award-winning series showcasing music, musicians, musical heritage and culture of the Southern Appalachians. Learn more about it at songofthemountains.org.


12am - Barnegie Hall

Veteran songwriter and virtuoso picker Verlon Thompson sits down with the most inspiring and talented writer/performers in the world for memorable music and meaningful conversation in a breathtaking setting we call Barnegie Hall. You’re invited to the weekly pickin’ party with some of the most talented and influential musicians in the world. Hear the stories that inspired the words, and the learn more about the process of making enduring music. More information at pbs.org/barnegie-hall.