This September, GREAT MUSEUMS TELEVISION showcases the world-famous Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Museum in a new one-hour special. Set to coincide with the museum’s 20th anniversary, Sound Tracks: The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Museum features interviews, histories, and a look at spectacular artifacts from the roots of rock through today, as well as an inside look at I.M. Pei’s glittering museum masterpiece on the shores of Cleveland’s Lake Erie.
Narrated by Steven Van Zandt, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame as a member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, the program includes interviews with Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills and Nash, Darryl McDaniels of Run-DMC, Mickey Hart, drummer for The Grateful Dead, and Jann Wenner, founder of Rolling Stone Magazine and co-founder of the Rock Hall. These artists and rock pioneers, along with the museum’s own experts, provide context and insight into the story of rock as a the foremost cultural movement of our time.
Sound Tracks premiered on September 4th on WVIZ-TV Cleveland, OH at 9:00pm.
Upcoming air dates in September include:
Chicago, IL WTTW September 20th, 11:00pm
St. Louis, MO KETC September 24th, 10:00pm
Austin, TX KLRU September 29th, 10:00pm
Memphis, TN WKNO September 26th, 11:00pm
New York, NY WNET September 27th, 11:00pm
We will continue to update this list with key air dates and times.
To watch Sound Tracks in your area, please check local public television listings.
Additionally, you may click on this PBS STATION FINDER to find your local PBS station listings.
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