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Television Appearances - July 2003

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Tuesday - July 1, 2003
6:30 am TCM Glory Alley (1952) a boxer’s drinking problem threatens his career and love life in this musical drama set in New Orleans; cast includes Leslie Caron, Louis Armstrong and Jack Teagarden; songs include "St. Louis Blues"
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)

Thursday - July 3, 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)
2:00 pm Comedy Throw Momma from the Train (1987) Owen (Danny DeVito), a dimwitted writing student, tries to persuade his teacher (Billy Crystal) to "exchange" murders with him - that is, Owen's fearsome mom (Anne Ramsey) for the teacher's shrewish wife; cast also includes Branford Marsalis

Friday - July 4, 2003
6:00 am MAX The Big Easy (1987) thriller set in New Orleans stars Dennis Quaid and Ellen Barkin; also appearing are Irma Thomas, Dewey Balfa (w/ Christine Balfa and Robert Jardell), Terrance Simien and Solomon Burke (check out the soundtrack)
7:00 am NBC Today country music star Tim McGraw performs live on the Plaza as part of the 2003 "Today" Summer Concert Series
8:00 am Comedy Central Saturday Night Live host and musical guest Britney Spears performs in skits and sings "Oops! ... I Did It Again" and "Don't Let Me Be The Last To Know" (originally aired on May 13, 2000)
11:00 am Comedy Throw Momma from the Train (1987) Owen (Danny DeVito), a dimwitted writing student, tries to persuade his teacher (Billy Crystal) to "exchange" murders with him - that is, Owen's fearsome mom (Anne Ramsey) for the teacher's shrewish wife; cast also includes Branford Marsalis
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox featuring performances by John Thomas Griffith, Mexico 1910, Los Vecinos, and Coolbone (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)

Saturday - July 5, 2003
11:00 am WGN Soul Train this week's guests include Kelly Rowland, Trin-I-Tee 5:7, and Clipse (repeat from November, 2002; check local listings)
4:00 pm CMT Living Proof: The Hank Williams Jr. Story (1983) Richard Thomas stars in this TV docudrama charting the rise of Hank Williams, Jr.; features appearances by Merle Kilgore and Naomi Judd
8:00 pm CMT Inside Fame: Hank Williams, Jr. country music star Hank Williams, Jr. tells his life story (rerun)
8:30 pm BET How I'm Living get a sneak peak into the personal lifestyles and homes of R&B singer Ginuwine and rap stars Cash Money Millionaires (rerun)
12:00 am WNOL 38 Soul Train this week's guests include Kelly Rowland, Trin-I-Tee 5:7, and Clipse (repeat from November, 2002; check local listings)

Sunday - July 6, 2003
9:00 am 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 4:00 am)
2:00 pm CMT Living Proof: The Hank Williams Jr. Story (1983) Richard Thomas stars in this TV docudrama charting the rise of Hank Williams, Jr.; features appearances by Merle Kilgore and Naomi Judd
4:00 pm CMT CMT Crossroads: Hank Williams, Jr. and Kid Rock Hank Williams, Jr. and Kid Rock perform together and discuss their music (rerun)
6:00 pm FOX Independence Day (1996) thriller stars Will Smith, Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum and Vivica A. Fox; Harry Connick, Jr. also appears

Tuesday - July 8, 2003
9:00 am BET Jazz Jazz Classics BET Jazz gives a lesson in jazz history in this one-hour showcase of classical performances by legends Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong with their orchestras (repeats at 5:00 pm & 1:00 am)
11:00 am BET Jazz Bluesland: A Portrait In American Music explore the poetic and timeless power of jazz in this documentary highlighting the music's many tributaries; w/ music from Son House, Leadbelly, Big Bill Broonzy, Bessie Smith, Count Basie, Louis Jordan, Jimmy Rushing, T-Bone Walker, Big Joe Turner, Sonny Boy Williamson, Muddy Waters, Dinah Washington, B.B. King, Roosevelt Sykes, and many others (2 hours; repeats at 7:00 pm and 11:00 pm)

Thursday - July 10, 2003
11:30 am VH1 The Fabulous Life: Hip Hop Superstars rap's biggest names and it's most experienced insiders invite you into hip hop's inner circle, from the private parties of South Beach to the luxury yachts of Saint-Tropez, to see what it's really like to live "The Fabulous Life of Hip Hop"; features P. Diddy, Jay-Z, Lil Kim, Ja Rule, Brian "Baby" Williams from Cash Money Millionaires, Nelly, Snoop Dogg, Master P, Ja Rule, Busta Rhymes, Eminem, Ice T, Ice Cube, Queen Latifah (repeats at 9:00 pm)
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)
1:30 pm VH1 The Fabulous Life: Britney Spears series on the lifestyles of the rich and famous; episode features pop star Britney Spears (rerun)
2:00 pm VH1 Driven: Britney Spears profile of Britney Spears (rerun)
3:00 pm BET Rap City: Tha Bassment interview with New Orleans rap quartet 54th Platoon (originally aired on 05/15/03)
3:00 pm HBO The Apostle (1997) Robert Duvall plays a volatile Pentecostal minister; partially filmed in Louisiana; features appearances by Steve Riley, Ruby Terry, Hunter Hayes, and late cornet player Harold Potier, Sr.
7:00 pm FOX Dale Earnhardt Tribute Concert benefit for the Dale Earnhardt Foundation features performances by Alabama, Brooks & Dunn, Sheryl Crow, Kenny Chesney, Goo Goo Dolls, Hootie & the Blowfish, and Delbert McClinton (taped June 28; 2 hours)
8:00 pm NBC Will & Grace ("...And the Horse He Rode In On") Continuing from the season finale in the year's first new episode, a dazed Grace is rescued by a handsome Jewish doctor (guest star Harry Connick, Jr.) who pulls her up on his horse and delivers her just in time for her insemination with an impatient Will (rerun from 09/26/02)

Friday - July 11, 2003
10:00 am VH1 25 Greatest Videos To Get Busy To counts down the biggest and best songs to put you in the "mood"; includues Mystikal's "Shake It Fast", at #19 (rerun)
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox featuring performances by Louisiana's LaRoux, Brotherhood of Groove, Ben Hunter, and beatinpath (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)

Saturday - July 12, 2003
11:00 am CMT 40 Greatest Men of Country Music three hour documentary honoring the 40 men who have made unforgettable contributions to an entire music genre; includes segments on Hank Williams, Jr. (#20), Brooks & Dunn (#25), and Tim McGraw (#26)
11:00 am WGN Soul Train performances by Fabolous (performing "Trade It All" and "It's My Party"), Big Tymers (performing "Oh Yeah!"), and Amerie (originally aired on 11/09/02; check local listings)
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)
8:00 pm WLAE 32 Mountain Stage features performances by Delbert McClinton and Marcia Ball
12:00 am WNOL 38 Soul Train performances by Fabolous (performing "Trade It All" and "It's My Party"), Big Tymers (performing "Oh Yeah!"), and Amerie (originally aired on 11/09/02; check local listings)

Sunday - July 13, 2003
7:00 am A&E Breakfast With The Arts Guitarist and blues legend Buddy Guy joins us in the studio; this interview is a real treat, and among many highlights, Mr. Guy talks about meeting Muddy Waters for the first time; he performs two songs off of his new CD Blues Singer: "Crawlin' Kingsnake" and "Louise McGhee"; also, segments on Phil Collins and Widespread Panic
9:00 am 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 & 5:00 am)
2:00 pm CMT 100 Greatest Songs of Country Music Concert 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)
4:00 pm ABC Family Hope Floats (1998) romantic comedy stars Sandra Bullock and Harry Connick Jr. (repeats at 9:00 pm)
4:00 am WNOL 38 Soul Train performances by Fabolous (performing "Trade It All" and "It's My Party"), Big Tymers (performing "Oh Yeah!"), and Amerie (originally aired on 11/09/02; check local listings)

Monday - July 14, 2003
10:30 am HBO The Apostle (1997) Robert Duvall plays a volatile Pentecostal minister; partially filmed in Louisiana; features appearances by Steve Riley, Ruby Terry, Hunter Hayes, and late cornet player Harold Potier, Sr.

Tuesday - July 15, 2003
11:00 am BET Jazz Bluesland: A Portrait In American Music explore the poetic and timeless power of jazz in this documentary highlighting the music's many tributaries; w/ music from Son House, Leadbelly, Big Bill Broonzy, Bessie Smith, Count Basie, Louis Jordan, Jimmy Rushing, T-Bone Walker, Big Joe Turner, Sonny Boy Williamson, Muddy Waters, Dinah Washington, B.B. King, Roosevelt Sykes, and many others (2 hours; repeats at 7:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
2:45 pm Starz! Life Without Dick (2001) After accidently killing her boyfriend (Johnny Knoxville) during an argument, a woman (Sarah Jessica Parker) falls in love with the inept hitman (Harry Connick, Jr.) who had been hired to kill him
12:05 am IFC Rhyme & Reason (1997) backstage pass to the history of rap and hip hop, with Puff Daddy, Dr. Dre, Notorious B.I.G., Master P, Fugees, and dozens more

Wednesday - July 16, 2003
5:00 am IFC Rhyme & Reason (1997) backstage pass to the history of rap and hip hop, with Puff Daddy, Dr. Dre, Notorious B.I.G., Master P, Fugees, and dozens more
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)
9:00 pm CMT Inside Fame: Hank Williams, Jr. country music star Hank Williams, Jr. tells his life story (rerun)
12:05 am ABC /
WGNO
Jimmy Kimmel Live Guest co-host Jack Osbourne ("The Osbournes"); Actor Lenny Clarke; Hank Williams, Jr. sits in with the house band

Thursday - July 17, 2003
12:00 pm BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center (#13) 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)
8:25 pm NBC Will & Grace ("Bacon and Eggs") while Will and Grace wait for the right color to appear on their home pregnancy test, Grace is visited by a handsome doctor (guest star Harry Connick, Jr.) who makes her a tempting offer (rerun; originally aired on 10/03/02)

Friday - July 18, 2003
6:30 pm BET Mo' Better Blues (1990) Spike Lee's backstage look at a self-centered jazz trumpeter who manages to keep everyone at arm's length; stars Wesley Snipes, Denzel Washington, John Turturro, Samuel L. Jackson; w/cameos by Ruben Blades, Flavor Flav, Abbey Lincoln, Jeff "Tain" Watts and Branford Marsalis, who also performs on the soundtrack
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox performances from The Friendly Travelers, Paul Sanchez, Choppa and Charmaine Neville (originally aired on 04/04/03; see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)

Saturday - July 19, 2003
11:00 am CMT 40 Greatest Women of Country Music three-hour special honoring the 40 women who have made the greatest contribution to country music; includes a segment on Lucinda Williams (ranked #36)
11:00 am WGN Soul Train this week's guests include Shaggy featuring Brian and Tony Gold; Lil' Wayne featuring Big Tymers; and 3LW featuring Lil' Wayne (repeat from 11/16/02; check local listings)
10:00 pm BET Mo' Better Blues (1990) Spike Lee's backstage look at a self-centered jazz trumpeter who manages to keep everyone at arm's length; stars Wesley Snipes, Denzel Washington, John Turturro, Samuel L. Jackson; w/cameos by Ruben Blades, Flavor Flav, Abbey Lincoln, Jeff "Tain" Watts and Branford Marsalis, who also performs on the soundtrack
12:00 am WNOL 38 Soul Train this week's guests include Shaggy featuring Brian and Tony Gold; Lil' Wayne featuring Big Tymers; and 3LW featuring Lil' Wayne (repeat from 11/16/02; check local listings)

Sunday - July 20, 2003
9:00 am 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 & 4:00 am)
7:00 pm PBS Evening At Pops: All That Jazz features a performance by Peter Cincotti and a tribute to Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald by Byron Stripling and Patti Austin

Tuesday - July 22, 2003
11:00 am BET Jazz Bluesland: A Portrait In American Music explore the poetic and timeless power of jazz in this documentary highlighting the music's many tributaries; w/ music from Son House, Leadbelly, Big Bill Broonzy, Bessie Smith, Count Basie, Louis Jordan, Jimmy Rushing, T-Bone Walker, Big Joe Turner, Sonny Boy Williamson, Muddy Waters, Dinah Washington, B.B. King, Roosevelt Sykes, and many others (2 hours; repeats at 7:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
10:35 pm NBC The Tonight Show with Jay Leno guests include chef Rocco DiSpirito (NBC's "The Restaurant") and music by Buddy Guy

Wednesday - July 23, 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)
9:00 am HBO The Apostle (1997) Robert Duvall plays a volatile Pentecostal minister; partially filmed in Louisiana; features appearances by Steve Riley, Ruby Terry, Hunter Hayes, and late cornet player Harold Potier, Sr.
4:30 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)
9:00 pm CMT CMT Crossroads series teams up country music stars with music stars from other genres to play together, swap stories, and share their common love of music; this episode features Brooks & Dunn and ZZ Top (rerun)

Thursday - July 24, 2003
9:15 am Starz! Life Without Dick (2001) After accidently killing her boyfriend (Johnny Knoxville) during an argument, a woman (Sarah Jessica Parker) falls in love with the inept hitman (Harry Connick, Jr.) who had been hired to kill him
12:00 pm BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center behind the scenes with an up-close look at the greatest jazz producing organization in the world, f/ the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra led by Wynton Marsalis (repeats at 8:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
7:00 pm Disc
Times
Their Own Words With Sir David Frost the great jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis talks to Sir David Frost about his music and his life (rerun; repeats at 10:00 pm and 3:00 am)

Friday - July 25, 2003
6:00 am Disc
Times
Their Own Words With Sir David Frost the great jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis talks to Sir David Frost about his music and his life (rerun; repeats at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm)
7:00 pm A&E Biography: Hank Williams portrait of country music's first true superstar who died at age 29 in the backseat of a Cadillac after a self-destructive spiral of alcohol abuse and turbulent marriages; features interviews with his son Hank Williams, Jr. and country stars Marty Stuart and Billy Walker (rerun; repeats at 11:00 pm)
7:00 pm CMT 40 Greatest Men of Country Music three hour documentary honoring the 40 men who have made unforgettable contributions to an entire music genre; includes segments on Hank Williams, Jr. (#20), Brooks & Dunn (#25), and Tim McGraw (#26)
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox featuring performances from Soul Rebels, Henry Butler, Magnolia Sisters and Sonia Tetlow (originally aired on 04/11/03; see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)
8:00 pm WLAE 32 Louisiana Legends Gus Weill interviews Cajun musician and composer Zachary Richard (rerun)
4:00 am BRAVO Dancing To New Orleans come along on a musical journey through the back roads and bayous of Louisiana; with Jerry Lee Lewis, Raymond Myles, Big Jack Johnson, John Campbell, "Gatemouth" Brown, C.J. Chenier, Buckwheat Zydeco, Michael Doucet, Beausoleil, Amanda Shaw, Lionel Ferbos, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Neville Brothers, Monk Boudreaux, Bo Dollis, Wild Tchoupitoulas, Allen Toussaint and Irma Thomas (2 hours)

Saturday - July 26, 2003
11:00 am CMT 40 Greatest Men of Country Music three hour documentary honoring the 40 men who have made unforgettable contributions to an entire music genre; includes segments on Hank Williams, Jr. (#20), Brooks & Dunn (#25), and Tim McGraw (#26)
11:00 am WGN Soul Train this week's guests include Queen Latifah & the Unit, Michelle Williams, and Brian "Baby" Williams featuring Big Tymers (repeat from 11/30/02; check local listings)
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 Gillespie with Charlie Parker, Oscar Peterson and Louis Armstrong; features comments from Wynton Marsalis, Benny Carter, Lionel Hampton, Jon Faddis, and others (2 hours; rerun)

Sunday - July 27, 2003
3:00 am BRAVO Bill Wyman's Blues Odyssey former Rolling Stones bassist hosts this retrospective of the blues; includes performance and interview clips from Bessie Smith, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Leadbelly, Little Walter, Lazy Lester, Buddy Guy; etc. (rerun; see book)

Monday - July 28, 2003
10:15 am MAX The Big Easy (1987) thriller set in New Orleans stars Dennis Quaid and Ellen Barkin; also appearing are Irma Thomas, Dewey Balfa (w/ Christine Balfa and Robert Jardell), Terrance Simien and Solomon Burke (check out the soundtrack)

Tuesday - July 29, 2003
2:00 pm HBO The Apostle (1997) Robert Duvall plays a volatile Pentecostal minister; partially filmed in Louisiana; features appearances by Steve Riley, Ruby Terry, Hunter Hayes, and late cornet player Harold Potier, Sr.
10:35 pm NBC The Tonight Show with Jay Leno guests include chef Rocco DiSpirito (NBC's "The Restaurant") and music by Buddy Guy (rerun of 07/22/03)

Wednesday - July 30, 2003
6:20 am Starz! Life Without Dick (2001) After accidently killing her boyfriend (Johnny Knoxville) during an argument, a woman (Sarah Jessica Parker) falls in love with the inept hitman (Harry Connick, Jr.) who had been hired to kill him (repeats at 1:00 pm)

Thursday - July 31, 2003
9:00 pm PBS /
WYES
Soundstage Lucinda Williams (photos) performs favorites from her catalogue, as well as tunes from her new album, "World Without Tears"; Australia's Kasey Chambers also performs (repeats at 4:00 am)


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