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Television Appearances - June 2003

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Sunday - June 1, 2003
8:00 am USA Willie Nelson and Friends: Live & Kickin' Willie Nelson is joined by some of the biggest names in music for this special concert event celebrating his 70th birthday; guests include Ray Charles, Kenny Chesney, Eric Clapton, Sheryl Crow, Merle Haggard, Norah Jones, Toby Keith, Kris Kristofferson, Jerry Lee Lewis, Wycleff Jean, Paul Simon, Steven Tyler, Lyle Lovett, John Mellencamp, Shelby Lynne, Ray Price, Shania Twain and ZZ Top (taped April 9, 2003)
9:00 am BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center (#10 - Where It All Started) take a musical trip to where it all started - New Orleans; this episode traces the roots of jazz and there's no one better than New Orleans' own Wynton Marsalis to lead you through this captivating journey of commentary and performance by the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra; w/ Herlin Riley, Victor Goines, Wess Anderson and others (repeats at 8:00 pm and 4:00 am)
9:00 am TCM Cabin in the Sky (1943) debut of film director Vincente Minnelli and Hollywood's first general release of an all-star, all-black musical; cast includes Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Ethel Waters, Lena Horne, Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, The Hall Johnson Choir and Louis Armstrong
7:00 pm WYES Deacon John's Jump Blues (buy the CD / DVD) Deacon John performs jump blues classics w/ Wardell Quezergue (bandleader), Allen Toussaint, Dr. John, Zion Harmonizers, Tricia Boutté, Henry Butler, Amadee Castenell and Davell Crawford
8:30 pm CMT Best of Austin City Limits featuring vintage ACL performances by Trace Adkins and Dwight Yoakam
9:30 pm CMT CMT Got Me In With The Band Tara Wornstaff of Nashville attends the 2003 CMT Flameworthy Awards with her favorie artist, Trace Adkins (rerun)

Monday - June 2, 2003
8:00 pm WYES 12 (PBS) Ken Burns Jazz (#3) - "Our Language" (1924-1928) with segments on Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, Jelly Roll Morton, and others; see episode guide for more info (repeats at 12:00 am & 3:00 am)

Tuesday - June 3, 2003
6:30 am HBO 2 Honkytonk Man (1982) Clint Eastwood produced, directed and starred in this drama about an alcoholic country singer who wants to make it to the Grand Ole Opry before he dies of tuberculosis; cast includes New Orleans Jazz/R&B vocalist Linda Hopkins, David Frizzell, Marty Robbins, Ray Price, Merle Travis and Porter Wagoner
3:30 am MTV Cribs Cribs visits with Lil' Romeo, Travis (Blink 182), and Kerr Smith (Dawson's Creek)

Wednesday - June 4, 2003
10:35 pm CBS The Late Show With David Letterman Actor Seth Green; actress Amy Sedaris; musical guest Lucinda Williams
10:45 pm Starz! Undisputed (2002) A heavyweight boxing champ is accused of raping a woman and sent to prison where he faces the prison boxing champ; stars Ving Rhames, Wesley Snipes, Peter Falk, w/ Master P, Silkk The Shocker and C-Murder
11:35 pm NBC Late Night with Conan O' Brien Jerry Lewis; musical guest Buddy Guy

Thursday - June 5, 2003
12:00 pm BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center (#11 - Presenting The Message) excerpts from a concert by the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra in Tokyo; watch and listen as Wynton Marsalis molds this musical presentation to satisfy the most discerning audiences; w/ Herlin Riley, Victor Goines, Wess Anderson and others (repeats at 8:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
5:00 pm WNOL 38 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air "Sleepless in Bel-Air" - Distractions thwart Will's attempt to cram for an exam; Branford Marsalis makes a guest appearance (originally aired on NBC on January 3, 1994)
5:30 pm Comedy Late Night with Conan O' Brien Jerry Lewis; musical guest Buddy Guy (repeat from 06/04/03)
6:00 pm CMT MWL Party In The Plaza rising country star Chris Cagle performs; airs live from the plaza of the Gaylord Entertainment Center in Nashville (repeats at 11:00 pm)
7:30 pm BET How I'm Living (Car Show) BET takes viewers behind-the-scenes with guest host Brian "Baby" Williams during this "baller-style" special showcasing celebrities and their prize rides (rerun)
8:00 pm NBC Will & Grace ("Fagmalion Part Two: Attack Of The Clones") Will and Jack continue their campaign to adapt Karen's awkward cousin to his new chosen lifestyle -- but their flamboyant efforts to help him only remind Will of his own clumsy experiences when he came "out" in 1986; elsewhere, Grace feels abandoned by Leo (guest star Harry Connick, Jr.) when he leaves for 3 weeks to offer his medical services to the needy in Africa (rerun)

Friday - June 6, 2003
8:30 am MTV Cribs MTV visits the palatial Baton Rouge home of rapper Master P; A.J. McLean (Backstreet Boys) and Ozzy Osbourne are also featured (rerun)
11:00 am Comedy Late Night with Conan O' Brien Jerry Lewis; musical guest Buddy Guy (repeat from 06/04/03)
5:30 pm CMT MWL Star Chris Cagle performs and talks with host Katie Cook (rerun)
7:00 pm BET Hot Boyz (1999) crime drama from No Limit Films stars Master P, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, Snoop Dogg, Mystikal, Mia X and Mac; written and directed by Master P
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox featuring performances from BeauSoleil, Tricia Boutté & the Ytre Suloen Jass Ensemble, Big Sam's Funky Nation, and RF-7 & the Hightones (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)

Saturday - June 7, 2003
5:45 pm HBO SG Smokey Joe's Cafe: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller the classic sounds of 1950s rock-'n'-roll and R&B songs are brought to sizzling life in this film of the Broadway production; the musical revue features a cast of nine performers who light up the stage as they dance through the classic songs of Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller, including such Elvis standards as "Hound Dog," "Loving You" and "Jailhouse Rock," as well as other hits like "On Broadway," "Kansas City," "Love Potion #9," "Charlie Brown" and "Poison Ivy"; the cast includes Ken Ard, Victor Trent Cook, Adrian Bailey, B.J. Crosby and Matt Bogart (soundtrack)
6:30 pm FX NASCAR: Trace Adkins Chrome 300 country music star Trace Adkins serves as Grand Marshall and will perform the National Anthem
7:00 pm ABC South Pacific (2001) ABC's remake of Rodgers and Hammerstein's acclaimed musical stars Glenn Close, Harry Connick, Jr., Robert Pastorelli, Rade Sherbedgia and Jack Thompson; press photo
(may be pre-empted by Stanley Cup Finals)
10:00 pm BET Hot Boyz (1999) crime drama from No Limit Films stars Master P, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, Snoop Dogg, Mystikal, Mia X and Mac; written and directed by Master P

Sunday - June 8, 2003
3:00 pm CMT 100 Greatest Songs of Country Music CMT will count down the top 100 songs of country music in this six-hour special; the show climaxes with a concert counting down the Top 12 songs with performances by some of country's biggest artists; the four-hour documentary portion includes comments from Tim McGraw, Brooks & Dunn, Hank Williams, Jr., Trace Adkins, and many others; the two hour concert, counting down the top 12 songs, features performances by Chris Cagle, "American Idol" finalist Kimberley Locke, Vince Gill, Martina McBride, Kenny Chesney, LeAnn Rimes, Deana Carter, Sara Evans, Marty Stuart, Glen Campbell, George Jones, Steve Wariner and Brad Paisley (6 hours)

Monday - June 9, 2003
5:00 pm CMT 100 Greatest Songs of Country Music two hour concert counting down the top 12 songs; hosted by LeAnn Rimes and Brad Paisley; performances are: Kenny Chesney singing the No. 12 song, George Strait's "Amarillo By Morning;" followed by Vince Gill performing No. 11, Bill Monroe's "Blue Moon Of Kentucky;" Deana Carter and Sara Evans performing No. 10, the Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings duet "Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys;" Ray Charles performing No. 9, Charlie Rich's "Behind Closed Doors;" Glen Campbell performing his own song, "Galveston," coming in at No. 8; LeAnn Rimes performing No. 7, Patsy Cline's "I Fall To Pieces;" Chris Cagle performing the Garth Brooks hit "Friends In Low Places," at No. 6; Trace Adkins singing Hank Williams' hit song "Your Cheatin' Heart" at No. 5; Marty Stuart performing No. 4, "Ring of Fire," by Johnny Cash; "American Idol's" Kimberley Locke performing the No. 3 song, the Patsy Cline hit, "Crazy;" George Jones performing the No. 2 country classic "He Stopped Loving Her Today;" and Martina McBride performing the No. 1 song of the list, Tammy Wynette's "Stand By Your Man"
8:00 pm WYES 12 (PBS) Ken Burns Jazz (#7) - "Dedicated to Chaos" (1940-1945) episode features segments on Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Louis Armstrong, and others; see episode guide for more info (repeats at 12:00 am & 3:00 am)
9:15 pm Starz! Undisputed (2002) A heavyweight boxing champ is accused of raping a woman and sent to prison where he faces the prison boxing champ; stars Ving Rhames, Wesley Snipes, Peter Falk, w/ Master P, Silkk The Shocker and C-Murder (repeats at 2:45 am)
10:35 pm NBC The Tonight Show with Jay Leno actor John Corbett; musical guests Ellis Marsalis with Branford, Delfeayo and Jason Marsalis
1:00 am VH1 VH1 News Special: Celebrity Obsession explores stalking cases involving music artists and entertainers including Master P, Madonna, Bjork, etc. (rerun)

Wednesday - June 11, 2003
5:00 pm WNOL 38 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air "Stop Will! In the Name of Love" - a Valentine's double date finds Will (Will Smith) treating Ashley (Tatyana Ali) like a kid and Ashley demanding respect; Branford Marsalis makes a guest appearance (originally aired on NBC on February 14, 1994)
9:00 pm CBS 48 Hours Investigates Imagine being under 20 years old and worth multiple millions of dollars; "48 Hours" sits down with an elite group of multi-millionaires who are all under 20, including Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, rapper Lil' Romeo actor Frankie Muniz, Eric Trump (son of "The Donald"), and the four Fertitta children of Houston; Thirteen-year-old music superstar Lil' Romeo, who's reportedly worth $50 million, has a true rags-to-riches tale that's almost unbelievable. Lil' Romeo's father, rapper Master P, grew up in the Calliope housing projects in New Orleans. Almost 10 years ago, Master P inherited $10,000 and took a risk that changed his life forever - he started a record company and became a multi-millionaire. Master P is now helping his son, Lil' Romeo, build his own entertainment career in Hollywood. In less than three years, Lil' Romeo has already sold two million CDs, landed movie roles, started his own clothing company and is currently shooting and starring in a Nickelodeon television show. But for Lil' Romeo and his father, life is about much more than business and money. Lil' Romeo is an honor student who says family is his first priority. He says he's learned from his father the value of giving back to the community that nurtured him. Master P takes Lil' Romeo back to a celebration at his New Orleans elementary school, St. Monica's, an institution that Master P saved by making a large donation to keep the school open. Harold Dow reports.
9:00 pm CMT Controversy: "Indian Outlaw" Tim McGraw became an overnight sensation in 1994 when "Indian Outlaw" hit the airwaves; the single angered Native Americans who felt the song reinforced stereotypes; radio stations in Oklahoma and Minnesota banned it; however, "Indian Outlaw" marked McGraw's territory as a country star and remains one of his most recognizable hits (rerun)
9:30 pm CMT Stacked a 30 minute block of Tim McGraw's best videos, as voted on by CMT viewers (rerun)
3:30 am NBC Late Night with Conan O' Brien Jerry Lewis; musical guest Buddy Guy (rerun from 06/04/03)

Thursday - June 12, 2003
12:00 pm BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center (#12) join Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra in this special two-part presentation of their performance at the 2002 Marciac Jazz Festival; w/ Herlin Riley, Victor Goines, Wess Anderson and others (repeats at 8:00 pm & 11:00 pm)
9:00 pm WYES 12 The Marsalis Family: A Jazz Celebration concert special taped August 4, 2001, at UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans featured Ellis Marsalis performing with sons Branford, Wynton, Delfeayo and Jason Marsalis, plus Harry Connick Jr. and Roland Guerin [ buy the CD / buy the DVD ]

Friday - June 13, 2003
4:15 pm HBO SG Smokey Joe's Cafe: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller the classic sounds of 1950s rock-'n'-roll and R&B songs are brought to sizzling life in this film of the Broadway production; the musical revue features a cast of nine performers who light up the stage as they dance through the classic songs of Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller, including such Elvis standards as "Hound Dog," "Loving You" and "Jailhouse Rock," as well as other hits like "On Broadway," "Kansas City," "Love Potion #9," "Charlie Brown" and "Poison Ivy"; the cast includes Ken Ard, Victor Trent Cook, Adrian Bailey, B.J. Crosby and Matt Bogart (soundtrack)
7:00 pm CMT 100 Greatest Songs of Country Music two hour concert counting down the top 12 songs includes Chris Cagle performing Garth Brooks' hit "Friends In Low Places" (#6), and Trace Adkins singing Hank Williams' hit song "Your Cheatin' Heart" (#5)
7:00 pm Starz! Copycat (1995) suspense/thriller stars Sigourney Weaver, Holly Hunter, Dermot Mulroney and Harry Connick, Jr.
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox featuring performances from Tab Benoit, Joe Krown, Dayna Kurtz, and Blak Iyce (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)
8:00 pm VH1 100 Sexiest Artists, #20 - #1 VH1 celebrates the musicians who get us hot under the collar, featuring unforgettable video clips, film footage, photos and performances, plus exclusive new interviews; top 20 includes Britney Spears, ranked #8 (rerun)

Saturday - June 14, 2003
2:00 pm BIO Biography: Tim McGraw tuneful profile of country star Tim McGraw; includes interviews with McGraw, Faith Hill, Jo Dee Messina, Kenny Chesney, The Dancehall Doctors, Tug McGraw, and Tim's mother and sisters (rerun)
6:00 pm CMT Most Wanted Live interview & performance by country star Trace Adkins (repeats at 9:00 pm)
7:00 pm CMT Grand Ole Opry Live performers include Ricky Skaggs, Dusty Drake, Trace Adkins and Jimmy C. Newman (repeats at 10:00 pm)
8:00 pm CMT Inside Fame country star Trace Adkins, an ex-oilfield roughneck and honky tonk singer, reveals the incredible details of his life - including near-death injuries (repeats at 11:00 pm)
9:30 pm WYES 12 "Great Performances" 30th Anniversary: A Celebration in Song in this 30th anniversary celebration, "Great Performances" looks back at some of the series' most thrilling moments in music and dance; includes clips of Harry Connick, Jr. ("I Could Write A Book", from 1990), Paul Simon, Celine Dion, Wynton Marsalis ("New Orleans Suite: Portrait of Louis Armstrong", from 1999), Josh Groban, Linda Ronstadt, Liza Minnelli, and more (rerun)
12:00 am WYES 12 (PBS) Austin City Limits boot scootin' boogie boys Brooks & Dunn, Nashville's chart-topping, award-winning duo. mix some of their biggest hits with songs off their latest album during a full hour of good time country (rerun)

Sunday - June 15, 2003
7:00 am A&E Breakfast With The Arts: Summer Festivals 2003, Pt. 1 BWTA visits New Orleans to give us an overview of the summer's music festivals; host Elliott Forrest has coffee at Cafe du Monde then heads to Jackson Square, with an interview and performance by the Radiatiors; also featured are Galatoire's, the New Orleans Opera, the Warehouse District, Lafayette Cemetary, and an interview with Ellis Marsalis at his home, followed by a performance at Snug Harbor
9:00 am CMT Most Wanted Live interview & performance by country star Trace Adkins (rerun)
10:00 am CMT Grand Ole Opry Live performers include Ricky Skaggs, Dusty Drake, Trace Adkins and Jimmy C. Newman (rerun)
1:00 pm MTV 2 Hip Hop's Hottest Duos hour long video-based compilation, focusing on the hottest duets in hip hop such as Busta & Kelis, Jay Z & Beyonce, and Nelly & Kelly; includes the latest video from Toni Braxton & Brian "Baby" Williams from Cash Money Records (repeats at 7:00 pm)
7:00 pm Starz! Undisputed (2002) A heavyweight boxing champ is accused of raping a woman and sent to prison where he faces the prison boxing champ; stars Ving Rhames, Wesley Snipes, Peter Falk, w/ Master P, Silkk The Shocker and C-Murder (repeats at 3:20 am)
11:00 pm WYES 12 (PBS) Austin City Limits boot scootin' boogie boys Brooks & Dunn, Nashville's chart-topping, award-winning duo. mix some of their biggest hits with songs off their latest album during a full hour of good time country (rerun)

Monday - June 16, 2003
8:00 pm WYES 12 (PBS) Ken Burns Jazz (#8) - "Risk" (1945-1955) episode features segments on Thelonious Monk, Bud Powell, Louis Armstrong, and others; see episode guide for more info (repeats at 12:00 am & 3:00 am)
1:00 am MTV MTV Cribs MTV visits the cribs of Stephan Jenkins (Third Eye Blind), Brian "Baby" Williams (Cash Money Records) and TJ Lavin (X Games)
2:30 am NBC The Tonight Show with Jay Leno actor John Corbett; musical guests Ellis Marsalis with Branford, Delfeayo and Jason Marsalis (repeat from 06/09/03)

Tuesday - June 17, 2003
10:00 am BET Jazz Masters of American Music: Story of Jazz traces the history of jazz from New Orleans at the end of the 19th century, on to Chicago, New York City and Kansas City; features clips, interviews and rare film footage with segments on Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Lester Young, Jelly Roll Morton, Original Dixieland Jazz Band and many others; interviews include Wynton Marsalis, Doc Cheatham, Lester Bowie, Milt Hinton, etc. (2 hours; repeats at 6:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
2:30 pm VH1 Rock Stars Do The Dumbest Things details wanton acts of wretched excess, big time goofs, and mega errors in judgement committed by some of our most beloved music stars; w/ segments on Michael Jackson, Marilyn Manson, Mystikal, The Go-Go's, Courtney Love, and many more (rerun)
2:45 pm Encore Great Balls of Fire (1989) bio of rock & roller Jerry Lee Lewis stars Dennis Quaid as "The Killer"; cast also includes Tav Falco, John Doe, Mojo Nixon and Jimmie Vaughan
3:00 pm TCM Paris Blues (1961) offbeat account of two swinging musicians in Left Bank Paris who spend most of their time romancing the tourists; stars Paul Newman, Sidney Poitier and Louis Armstrong; features Oscar nominated musical score by Duke Ellington
12:20 am Starz! Copycat (1995) suspense/thriller stars Sigourney Weaver, Holly Hunter, Dermot Mulroney and Harry Connick, Jr.

Wednesday - June 18, 2003
4:30 pm WGN Fresh Prince of Bel-Air "Sleepless in Bel-Air" - Distractions thwart Will's attempt to cram for an exam; Branford Marsalis makes a guest appearance (originally aired on NBC on January 3, 1994)
7:00 pm FOOD Emeril Live "Eat Your Veggies" - Vegetable Stock, Vegetarian Miso Soup, Herb Cheese Stuffed Fried Eggplant Steaks, Farro Vegetarian Jambalaya; musical guest Jeremy Davenport (repeats at 10:00 pm)
7:30 pm BET How I'm Living guest host Brian "Baby" Williams takes viewers behind-the-scenes for a sneak peak into the lifestyles and homes of hip-hop sweetheart Ashanti, R&B crooner Glen Lewis, Napolean of the Outlawz and comedian Ricky Smiley (rerun)

Thursday - June 19, 2003
10:00 am A&E Murder, She Wrote - "Ballad for a Blue Lady" Jessica's vacation to visit her friend, country music star Patti Sue Diamond and her husband, composer-producer Bobby Diamond, turns deadly when the feudin' and fightin' leads to murder; guest stars Florence Henderson, Jimmy Dean, Mickey Gilley, and Sheb Wooley (rerun; repeats at 4:00 pm)
12:00 pm BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center (#8 - Lessons From The Master) settle back and relax as the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and Wynton Marsalis guide you through commentary and performance of the music of Duke Ellington (repeats at 8:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
8:00 pm VH1 100 Greatest Songs of the Last 25 Years, Hour 4 (#40 - #21) VH1 pays tribute to the top hip-hop, teen pop, grunge and heavy metal tunes from the last two and half decades; episode features #40 - #21, which includes Britney Spears' "…Baby One More Time", ranked at #28 (premiere)
9:05 pm IFC Angel Heart (1987) thriller filmed in New Orleans w/ Mickey Rourke, Robert DeNiro and Lisa Bonet; features appearances by many local musicians including Rickie Monie, Deacon John, Ernest Watson, Richard Payne, Alonzo Stewart, Lillian Boutte, Roselyn Lionheart, Freddie Kohlman, Kenyatta Simon, Curtis Pierre and Kufaru Mouton; Pinetop Perkins and Sugar Blue also appear

Friday - June 20, 2003
11:00 am FX Posse (1993) 1993 western film stars Mario Van Peebles; cast also includes Isaac Hayes, Big Daddy Kane, Tone Loc, and Aaron Neville
2:30 pm HBO 2 Honkytonk Man (1982) Clint Eastwood produced, directed and starred in this drama about an alcoholic country singer who wants to make it to the Grand Ole Opry before he dies of tuberculosis; cast includes New Orleans Jazz/R&B vocalist Linda Hopkins, David Frizzell, Marty Robbins, Ray Price, Merle Travis and Porter Wagoner
7:00 pm CMT Country's Hottest Hookups CMT takes a look at some of country music's most celebrated and talked about couples; includes segments on Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Kix & Barbara Brooks, Trace & Rhonda Adkins, Shania Twain & Mutt Lange, George Jones & Tammy Wynette, Johnny & June Carter Cash, Lyle Lovett & Julia Roberts, etc.
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox featuring performances from Los Hombres Calientes, Euricka, Jack Neilson, and The Topcats (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)
8:30 pm FOOD A Cook's Tour "No Beads, No Bourbon Street" - Tony wants to find the New Orleans the tourists never see; He gets that … and more than he bargained for; guests include Kermit Ruffins (rerun; repeats at 11:30 pm)

Saturday - June 21, 2003
12:00 pm WGN Fresh Prince of Bel-Air "Stop Will! In the Name of Love" - a Valentine's double date finds Will (Will Smith) treating Ashley (Tatyana Ali) like a kid and Ashley demanding respect; Branford Marsalis makes a guest appearance (originally aired on NBC on February 14, 1994)
7:00 pm ABC Family Hope Floats (1998) romantic comedy stars Sandra Bullock and Harry Connick Jr.
7:00 pm WUPL 54 Legends of Rock & Roll James Brown, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Bo Diddley, B.B. King, Little Richard and Fats Domino are among the rock, blues and R&B titans letting rip in this 1989 concert highlighted by an all-star jam at the finale (rerun)

Sunday - June 22, 2003
7:00 am A&E Breakfast With The Arts: Summer Festivals 2003, Pt. 2 segments include Brennan's for breakfast, a tour through the Mardi Gras exhibit at the Presbytere, on to the Garden District and a visit with trumpeter Terence Blanchard at this home, then on to Basin Street Records and a performance by Los Hombres Calientes; this is followed by interviews and performances with some of the legendary Neville family: Charmaine with Charles, and then Cyril Neville at Tipitina's, plus Tab Benoit, and host Elliott Forrest having dinner and wine at Cobalt
7:30 am HBO SG Smokey Joe's Cafe: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller the classic sounds of 1950s rock-'n'-roll and R&B songs are brought to sizzling life in this film of the Broadway production; the musical revue features a cast of nine performers who light up the stage as they dance through the classic songs of Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller, including such Elvis standards as "Hound Dog," "Loving You" and "Jailhouse Rock," as well as other hits like "On Broadway," "Kansas City," "Love Potion #9," "Charlie Brown" and "Poison Ivy"; the cast includes Ken Ard, Victor Trent Cook, Adrian Bailey, B.J. Crosby and Matt Bogart (soundtrack); repeats at 2:00 am
9:00 am BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center (#8 - Lessons From The Master) settle back and relax as the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and Wynton Marsalis guide you through commentary and performance of the music of Duke Ellington (repeats at 4:00 am)
11:00 am Encore Great Balls of Fire (1989) bio of rock & roller Jerry Lee Lewis stars Dennis Quaid as "The Killer"; cast also includes Tav Falco, John Doe, Mojo Nixon and Jimmie Vaughan
12:00 pm WUPL 54 Legends of Rock & Roll James Brown, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Bo Diddley, B.B. King, Little Richard and Fats Domino are among the rock, blues and R&B titans letting rip in this 1989 concert highlighted by an all-star jam at the finale (rerun)
5:00 pm ABC Family Hope Floats (1998) romantic comedy stars Sandra Bullock and Harry Connick Jr.
8:00 pm WLAE 32 2003 Louisiana Legends Gala highlights from the April 3 Louisiana Legends Gala and Auction; honorees included Cajun music artist Zachary Richard and opera star Shirley Verrett

Monday - June 23, 2003
8:00 pm IFC Angel Heart (1987) thriller filmed in New Orleans w/ Mickey Rourke, Robert DeNiro and Lisa Bonet; features appearances by many local musicians including Rickie Monie, Deacon John, Ernest Watson, Richard Payne, Alonzo Stewart, Lillian Boutte, Roselyn Lionheart, Freddie Kohlman, Kenyatta Simon, Curtis Pierre and Kufaru Mouton; Pinetop Perkins and Sugar Blue also appear

Tuesday - June 24, 2003
8:00 pm BET 3rd Annual BET Awards airs live from Hollywood; nominees include Cash Money Records co-founder and rapper Brian "Baby" Williams ("Best Male Hip-Hop Artist" category)
10:30 pm WLAE 32 2003 Louisiana Legends Gala highlights from the April 3 Louisiana Legends Gala and Auction; honorees included Cajun music artist Zachary Richard and opera star Shirley Verrett

Wednesday - June 25, 2003
7:00 am BIO Biography Extra - Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock 'n' Roll the untold story of the Sun Records founder Sam Phillips who discovered Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Charlie Rich, Jerry Lee Lewis, and many others; despite his knack for spotting stars, Phillips lived on the edge of poverty and suffered two nervous breakdowns before making a fortune investing in Holiday Inn (rerun; repeats at 1:00 pm)
7:00 pm Comedy Central Saturday Night Live musical guest Lucinda Williams performs "Can't Let Go" and "Too Cool To Be Forgotten" (originally aired on 02/20/99)

Thursday - June 26, 2003
2:00 am Comedy Central Saturday Night Live musical guest Lucinda Williams performs "Can't Let Go" and "Too Cool To Be Forgotten" (originally aired on 02/20/99)

Friday - June 27, 2003
12:00 pm VH1 The Fabulous Life: Britney Spears series on the lifestyles of the rich and famous; episode features pop star Britney Spears (repeats at 9:00 pm)
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox featuring performances by Jean Knight & Blue Eyed Soul Revue, Geno Delafose & French Rockin' Boogie, Mary's Ex, and Bipolaroid (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)
1:00 am WPXL 49 Gospel Superfest Holiday Clifton Davis hosts this holiday gospel music gala from Raleigh, N.C.; features Vickie Winans, Mary Mary, Trin-i-tee 5:7, Kurt Carr Singers, Keith Dobbins, Lamar Campbell and the Spirit of Praise, and Londa Larmond
1:10 am HBO Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead (1995) stylish crime drama stars Andy Garcia, Christopher Walken and Steve Buscemi; features an appearance by Buddy Guy and his band

Saturday - June 28, 2003
2:00 pm BIO Biography - "Dizzy: The Life and Music of John Birks Gillespie" profile of jazz legend Dizzy Gillespie includes rare interview and performance clips, including Dizzy with Charlie Parker, Louis Armstrong and Oscar Peterson; with comments from Wynton Marsalis, Benny Carter, Lionel Hampton, Jon Faddis, and others (2 hours; rerun)
9:00 pm E! Saturday Night Live Gwyneth Paltrow hosts; musical guest Ryan Adams performs "New York, New York"; Dr. John sits in with the SNL Band (rerun; originally aired on 11/10/2001)
10:00 pm BET Hot Boyz (1999) crime drama from No Limit Films stars Master P, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, Snoop Dogg, Mystikal, Mia X and Mac; written and directed by Master P
2:00 am WPXL 49 Gospel Superfest Holiday Clifton Davis hosts this holiday gospel music gala from Raleigh, N.C.; features Vickie Winans, Mary Mary, Trin-i-tee 5:7, Kurt Carr Singers, Keith Dobbins, Lamar Campbell and the Spirit of Praise, and Londa Larmond

Sunday - June 29, 2003
11:45 am HBO 2 Honkytonk Man (1982) Clint Eastwood produced, directed and starred in this drama about an alcoholic country singer who wants to make it to the Grand Ole Opry before he dies of tuberculosis; cast includes New Orleans Jazz/R&B vocalist Linda Hopkins, David Frizzell, Marty Robbins, Ray Price, Merle Travis and Porter Wagoner

Monday - June 30, 2003
9:15 am HBO SG Smokey Joe's Cafe: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller the classic sounds of 1950s rock-'n'-roll and R&B songs are brought to sizzling life in this film of the Broadway production; the musical revue features a cast of nine performers who light up the stage as they dance through the classic songs of Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller, including such Elvis standards as "Hound Dog," "Loving You" and "Jailhouse Rock," as well as other hits like "On Broadway," "Kansas City," "Love Potion #9," "Charlie Brown" and "Poison Ivy"; the cast includes Ken Ard, Victor Trent Cook, Adrian Bailey, B.J. Crosby and Matt Bogart (soundtrack); repeats at 11:50 pm
5:00 pm TCM Cabin in the Sky (1943) debut of film director Vincente Minnelli and Hollywood's first general release of an all-star, all-black musical; cast includes Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Ethel Waters, Lena Horne, Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, The Hall Johnson Choir and Louis Armstrong
7:00 pm ABC Family Hope Floats (1998) romantic comedy stars Sandra Bullock and Harry Connick Jr.
7:00 pm Starz! Copycat (1995) suspense/thriller stars Sigourney Weaver, Holly Hunter, Dermot Mulroney and Harry Connick, Jr.


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"Louisiana Jukebox Live" airs each Friday night at 8:00 pm on Cox 10 in metro New Orleans. Replay times are Sundays at 10:30 pm, Tuesdays at 12:00 pm and 8:00 pm, and Thursdays at 12:00 pm and 10:30 pm.

"Louisiana Jukebox Live" is also rebroadcast weekly in Baton Rouge, LA; Opelousas, LA; Shreveport, LA; Memphis, TN; and Ft. Walton Beach, FL.

You can also catch the latest edition of "Louisiana Jukebox Live" via webcast (archived shows are also available!).

For additional information, call (504) 304-7345 ext. 1503, or visit the Louisiana Jukebox web site at LouisianaJukebox.com.


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Louisiana Music Archive
July 1, 2003