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Television Appearances - February 2004

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Sunday - February 1, 2004
7:00 am A&E Breakfast With The Arts an encore presentation of A&E's Live By Request with blues great B. B. King (w/ Jeff Beck); "The Art of Romare Bearden" - Michael Kimmelman talks to Ruth Fine, curator at the National Gallery of Art and jazz saxophonist Branford Marsalis about the art of one of America's great modern artists
12:15 pm WYES 12 While We Danced: The Music of Mardi Gras Peggy Scott Laborde covers the history of Mardi Gras music w/ profiles of Professor Longhair, Sharkey Bonano, Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Edmond "Doc" Souchon and Johnny Wiggs

Tuesday - February 3, 2004
7:00 am NBC Today Show singer Harry Connick, Jr. performs a song from his new CD, "Only You"; actress Megan Mullally discusses the current season of "Will & Grace"
10:35 pm CBS The Late Show With David Letterman Harry Connick, Jr. performs and chats with Dave

Wednesday - February 4, 2004
3:35 pm Black Starz! Last of the Mississippi Jukes (2002) documentary takes a look at the disappearing institution of juke joints in the rural south (read more); includes performances by Louisiana natives Chris Thomas King and Bobby Rush, plus Alvin Youngblood Hart, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, and others (repeats at 1:50 am)

Thursday - February 5, 2004
10:00 am ABC The View Noah Wyle ("ER"); musical guest: Harry Connick, Jr.; "All My Children's" Alicia Minshew, Rebecca Budig, Terri Ivens and Amelia Heinle surprise a lucky viewer with a Fusion Four head-to-toe makeover
12:00 pm BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center "Bone Structure" - Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform, featuring Wycliffe Gordon and Ron Westray (repeats at 8:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
5:00 pm SPIKE Cheers Harry Connick, Jr. plays Woody's piano-playing cousin, who wears his heart on his sleeve when it comes to his crush on Rebecca (originally aired on 02/06/92)
7:30 pm WYES 12 While We Danced: The Music of Mardi Gras Peggy Scott Laborde covers the history of Mardi Gras music w/ profiles of Professor Longhair, Sharkey Bonano, Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Edmond "Doc" Souchon and Johnny Wiggs
8:00 pm WYES 12 All on a Mardis Gras Day documentary on black carnival traditions of New Orleans won Louisiana Filmmaker Award at the 2003 New Orleans Film Fest; produced by Royce Osborn and Jerry Brock; interviews include Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Donald Harrison Jr., "Uncle" Lionel Batiste, Big Chief Tootie Montana, Sunpie Barnes, etc. (rerun)
11:35 pm NBC Late Night with Conan O' Brien Matt Lauer; musical guest: Harry Connick, Jr.
12:05 am ABC Jimmy Kimmel Live guest co-host Kathie Lee Gifford; Missy Elliott; blues man Buddy Guy sits in with the house band
1:00 am SPIKE Cheers Harry Connick, Jr. plays Woody's piano-playing cousin, who wears his heart on his sleeve when it comes to his crush on Rebecca (originally aired on 02/06/92)

Friday - February 6, 2004
5:00 pm Comedy Late Night with Conan O' Brien Matt Lauer; musical guest: Harry Connick, Jr. (repeat of Feb. 5, 2004)
7:00 pm FUSE Uranium a private tour of metal's scariest horror show - the House of Shock in New Orleans; started by Phil Anselmo & friends, this Halloween event has taken "extreme" to the hallowed halls of your darkest nightmares; with the help of a few ghouls and psychos, Uranium takes you on a thrill ride to the dark side (repeats at 12:00 am)
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox (rerun) featuring performances from Hot Club of New Orleans, Judith Owen, Anders Osborne & Monk Boudreaux and Beth Patterson & Kalafka (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)

Saturday - February 7, 2004
5:30 pm CMT Most Wanted Live singer Trace Adkins performs and chats with hosts Cledus T. Judd and Katie Cook (repeats at 10:00 pm)
6:00 pm FUSE Uranium a private tour of metal's scariest horror show - the House of Shock in New Orleans; started by Phil Anselmo & friends, this Halloween event has taken "extreme" to the hallowed halls of your darkest nightmares (repeats at 11:00 pm)
8:00 pm WYES 12 All on a Mardis Gras Day documentary on black carnival traditions of New Orleans won Louisiana Filmmaker Award at the 2003 New Orleans Film Fest; produced by Royce Osborn and Jerry Brock; interviews include Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Donald Harrison Jr., "Uncle" Lionel Batiste, Big Chief Tootie Montana, Sunpie Barnes, etc. (rerun)
8:30 pm BET Access Granted: Master P hang out with Master P and his crew in Los Angeles as he guides you through the making of his latest video, "Dem Jeans"; includes the world premiere of the new video (rerun)
4:00 am WYES 12 Rainin' In My Heart ... Back To The Blues journey back to the blues in Baton Rouge as we visit with older Blues men who started it all, then meet their sons and grandsons who are carrying on the Blues tradition; from Raful Neal and the Neal family to Kenny Acosta and the House Rockers, its Baton Rouge Blues at itís finest; w/ Silas Hogan, Arthur "Guitar" Kelly, Lil' Ray Neal, Kenny Neal, Henry Gray, Elvin Killerbee, T-Bone Singleton, Tabby Thomas, Chris Thomas King, and more

Sunday - February 8, 2004
7:00 am A&E Breakfast With The Arts Grammy Nominees 2004 - an eclectic mix of artists performing their nominated songs; featured performers include Sting, Sarah McLachlan, Aaron Neville, Buddy Guy, Lyle Lovett, Yerba Buena, Ibrahim Ferrer, Bill Frisell, Piotr Anderszewski, plus a special tribute to Warren Zevon by his son Jordan
9:00 am BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center "Bone Structure" - Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform, featuring Wycliffe Gordon and Ron Westray (repeats at 8:00 pm and 4:00 am)
10:00 am CMT Most Wanted Live singer Trace Adkins performs and chats with hosts Cledus T. Judd and Katie Cook (rerun)
4:00 pm FUSE Uranium a private tour of metal's scariest horror show - the House of Shock in New Orleans; started by Phil Anselmo & friends, this Halloween event has taken "extreme" to the hallowed halls of your darkest nightmares (repeats at 10:00 pm and 3:00 am)
7:00 pm CBS The 46th Annual Grammy Awards airs live from Staples Center in Los Angeles; performers include Prince, Beyonce, Sting with Sean Paul, Martina McBride, Black Eyed Peas w/ Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, the White Stripes, 50 Cent, Foo Fighters and Chick Corea; George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, OutKast, Earth, Wind & Fire and Robert Randolph & the Family Band will perform a special funk segment; Celine Dion, Richard Marx and Alicia Keys will perform in a tribute to Luther Vandross; a tribute to Warren Zevon w/ Jackson Browne, Emmylou Harris, Timothy B. Schmit, Billy Bob Thornton, Dwight Yoakam and Jorge Calderon; a tribute to The Beatles w/ Sting, Dave Matthews, Vince Gill and Pharrell; see Louisiana Grammy nominees !
7:00 pm WYES 12 Mardi Gras: The Passing Parade memorable Mardi Gras moments of the past, including Louis Armstrong as King of Zulu and the police strike of 1979 (rerun)

Monday - February 9, 2004
11:00 am Comedy Late Night with Conan O' Brien Matt Lauer; musical guest: Harry Connick, Jr. (repeat of Feb. 5, 2004)
11:00 am VH1 VH1 All Access: Awesomely Wack Hip-Hop VH1 reviews Hip-Hopís multiple missteps and blunders; w/ Nelly, 50 Cent, P.Diddy, Snoop Dogg, Juvenile, etc. (repeats at 4:00 pm, 8:00 pm and 12:00 am)

Tuesday - February 10, 2004
2:05 am WWL 4 Pyramid game show hosted by Donny Osmond; today's celeb guests are Sammy Kershaw & Lorrie Morgan competing against Mario Lopez & Ali Landry (syndicated; check local listings)

Wednesday - February 11, 2004
7:00 am BET Jazz Jazz Central Geno Delafose and French Rockin' Boogie perform in the BET Jazz studio (1997; repeats at 3:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
3:00 pm WUPL On Air with Ryan Seacrest Britney Spears performs her latest single, "Toxic" (syndicated; check local listings)

Thursday - February 12, 2004
12:00 pm BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center "Valentine Swing" - Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform at the Supper Club in NYC on Valentine's Day (repeats at 8:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
11:30 pm WYES 12 While We Danced: The Music of Mardi Gras Peggy Scott Laborde covers the history of Mardi Gras music w/ profiles of Professor Longhair, Sharkey Bonano, Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Edmond "Doc" Souchon and Johnny Wiggs
1:05 am WWL 4 Ellen DeGeneres Show Britney Spears performs her single "Toxic" and chats with Ellen (syndicated -- check local listings!)

Friday - February 13, 2004
12:05 pm Black Starz! Last of the Mississippi Jukes (2002) documentary takes a look at the disappearing institution of juke joints in the rural south (read more); includes performances by Louisiana natives Chris Thomas King and Bobby Rush, plus Alvin Youngblood Hart, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, and others (repeats at 7:00 pm and 4:15 am)
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox (rerun) featuring performances from Cyril Neville & the Uptown All-Stars, Alexandra Scott, Lil Stooges Brass Band and Woodenhead (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)

Saturday - February 14, 2004
5:30 pm CMT Most Wanted Live w/ guests Clay Walker, Trini Triggs and Star Search" finalist Rissi Palmer (repeats at 11:00 pm)
8:00 pm WYES 12 New Orleans That Was nostalgic look back at Pontchartrain Beach, Canal St. streetcars, New Basin Canal, Claiborne Avenue, etc; includes interview with Allen Toussaint and old Mardi Gras Indian clips (rerun)
10:00 pm WYES 12 Austin City Limits John Mayer takes his music in a bluesier direction with the help of Stevie Ray Vaughan's rhythm section Double Trouble and guitar legend Buddy Guy (rerun; see set list)
11:30 pm WYES 12 While We Danced: The Music of Mardi Gras Peggy Scott Laborde covers the history of Mardi Gras music w/ profiles of Professor Longhair, Sharkey Bonano, Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Edmond "Doc" Souchon and Johnny Wiggs

Sunday - February 15, 2004
9:00 am BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center "Valentine Swing" - Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform at the Supper Club in NYC on Valentine's Day (repeats at 8:00 pm and 4:00 pm)
10:00 am CMT Most Wanted Live w/ guests Clay Walker, Trini Triggs and Star Search" finalist Rissi Palmer (rerun)
12:00 pm BET Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform before a packed audience in Danville, Kentucky (rerun)
7:00 pm WYES 12 All on a Mardis Gras Day documentary on black carnival traditions of New Orleans won Louisiana Filmmaker Award at the 2003 New Orleans Film Fest; produced by Royce Osborn and Jerry Brock; interviews include Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Donald Harrison Jr., "Uncle" Lionel Batiste, Big Chief Tootie Montana, Sunpie Barnes, etc. (rerun)
9:00 pm TLC Rides TLC looks at the tricked-out rides of NFL star Lawyer Milloy and New Orleans Hornets guard Baron Davis; also the customized wheels of Justin Timberlake, rappers Xzibit, Master P, and Dr. Dre (repeats at 1:00 am)

Monday - February 16, 2004
4:00 am WVUE 8 Hollywood Squares this week's celebs include Martin Mull (center square), Gilbert Gottfried, Stephen Collins, Carmen Electra and Master P with Lil' Romeo (syndicated; check local listings!)

Tuesday - February 17, 2004
10:00 am 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
12:10 pm Black Starz! Last of the Mississippi Jukes (2002) documentary takes a look at the disappearing institution of juke joints in the rural south (read more); includes performances by Louisiana natives Chris Thomas King and Bobby Rush, plus Alvin Youngblood Hart, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, and others (repeats at 9:10 pm and 1:45 am)
6:30 pm Comedy MADtv rapper Master P (real) and alt-rockers Insane Clown Posse (real) join singers Jasmine Wayne-Wayne (Alex Borstein) and Michael McCloud (Michael McDonald) on their new duet album "You Are The Love Of My Life" (originally aired on FOX on 04/06/02)
4:00 am WVUE 8 Hollywood Squares this week's celebs include Martin Mull (center square), Gilbert Gottfried, Stephen Collins, Carmen Electra and Master P with Lil' Romeo (syndicated; check local listings!)

Wednesday - February 18, 2004
11:00 pm WYES 12 New Orleans That Was nostalgic look back at Pontchartrain Beach, Canal St. streetcars, New Basin Canal, Claiborne Avenue, etc; includes interview with Allen Toussaint and old Mardi Gras Indian clips (rerun)
4:00 am WVUE 8 Hollywood Squares this week's celebs include Martin Mull (center square), Gilbert Gottfried, Stephen Collins, Carmen Electra and Master P with Lil' Romeo (syndicated; check local listings!)

Thursday - February 19, 2004
12:00 pm BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform, featuring legendary jazz drummer Louis Hayes (repeats at 8:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
10:00 pm Oxygen Ellen DeGeneres Show actor Tom Cavanaugh; Britney Spears performs and chats with Ellen (repeat from 02/12/03)
4:00 am WVUE 8 Hollywood Squares this week's celebs include Martin Mull (center square), Gilbert Gottfried, Stephen Collins, Carmen Electra and Master P with Lil' Romeo (syndicated; check local listings!)

Friday - February 20, 2004
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox (rerun) featuring performances from the Original Pin Stripe Brass Band, Shaka, Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen and the Red Stick Ramblers (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)
9:30 pm CMT CMT News Special: Addicted to Addiction just like their well known "tear-in-your-beer" heart-rending laments, some country music singers have long struggled with substance abuse; this special takes a look at why country singers fall into the same deadly trap, and how they saved their careers and ultimately their lives; w/ segments on Trace Adkins, Hank Williams, Steve Earle, Johnny Cash, George Jones, etc.
4:00 am WVUE 8 Hollywood Squares this week's celebs include Martin Mull (center square), Gilbert Gottfried, Stephen Collins, Carmen Electra and Master P with Lil' Romeo (syndicated; check local listings!)

Saturday - February 21, 2004
11:00 am WNOL 38 Soul Train featuring Master P, Freddie Jackson, and the latest video from Beyonce Knowles (syndicated; check local listings)
1:00 pm BET Top 25 Countdown Cash Money Records rap star Brian "Baby" Williams counts down his 25 favorite music videos (rerun)
8:00 pm WYES 12 Mardi Gras: The Passing Parade memorable Mardi Gras moments of the past, including Louis Armstrong as King of Zulu and the police strike of 1979 (rerun)
11:00 pm WYES 12 All on a Mardis Gras Day documentary on black carnival traditions of New Orleans won Louisiana Filmmaker Award at the 2003 New Orleans Film Fest; produced by Royce Osborn and Jerry Brock; interviews include Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Donald Harrison Jr., "Uncle" Lionel Batiste, Big Chief Tootie Montana, Sunpie Barnes, etc. (rerun)

Sunday - February 22, 2004
9:00 am BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform, featuring legendary jazz drummer Louis Hayes (repeats at 8:00 pm and 4:00 am)
10:00 am WYES 12 Mardi Gras: The Passing Parade memorable Mardi Gras moments of the past, including Louis Armstrong as King of Zulu and the police strike of 1979 (rerun)
10:35 am Black Starz! Last of the Mississippi Jukes (2002) documentary takes a look at the disappearing institution of juke joints in the rural south (read more); includes performances by Louisiana natives Chris Thomas King and Bobby Rush, plus Alvin Youngblood Hart, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, and others (repeats at 9:00 pm)
12:00 pm WYES 12 New Orleans That Was nostalgic look back at Pontchartrain Beach, Canal St. streetcars, New Basin Canal, Claiborne Avenue, etc; includes interview with Allen Toussaint and old Mardi Gras Indian clips (rerun)
3:00 pm TLC Rides TLC looks at the tricked-out rides of NFL star Lawyer Milloy and New Orleans Hornets guard Baron Davis; also the customized wheels of Justin Timberlake, rappers Xzibit, Master P, and Dr. Dre (rerun)
9:00 pm Oxygen Ellen DeGeneres Show actor Tom Cavanaugh; Britney Spears performs and chats with Ellen (repeat from 02/12/03)
11:00 pm WYES 12 All on a Mardis Gras Day documentary on black carnival traditions of New Orleans won Louisiana Filmmaker Award at the 2003 New Orleans Film Fest; produced by Royce Osborn and Jerry Brock; interviews include Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Donald Harrison Jr., "Uncle" Lionel Batiste, Big Chief Tootie Montana, Sunpie Barnes, etc. (rerun)
4:00 am WNOL 38 Soul Train featuring Master P, Freddie Jackson, and the latest video from Beyonce Knowles (rerun)

Monday - February 23, 2004
7:00 pm CBS Yes, Dear country music superstars Travis Tritt and Trace Adkins make guest appearances
8:00 pm TRAV Mardi Gras Revealed (2003) behind the scenes look at Mardi Gras shows how this raucous pre-Lenten celebration comes together; viewers experience the preparation for the momentous parades, and get the inside scoop from the founder of the Orpheus crew, singer Harry Connick, Jr.; next stop is the mayor's office to find out how they issue permits for thousands of floats and how the city manages to keep the celebration moving along; Mardi Gras Revealed tours the outrageous costume shops, the holding area for the magnificent floats, the home of the notorious beads and the bakery that's been making King Cakes for over 30 years; the program wraps as the clock on Bourbon Street strikes 12:01 am, and viewers find out how the clean-up crew handles over 500 tons of trash that Mardi Gras revelers produce (repeats at 11:00 pm)
10:30 pm WYES 12 All on a Mardis Gras Day documentary on black carnival traditions of New Orleans won Louisiana Filmmaker Award at the 2003 New Orleans Film Fest; produced by Royce Osborn and Jerry Brock; interviews include Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Donald Harrison Jr., "Uncle" Lionel Batiste, Big Chief Tootie Montana, Sunpie Barnes, etc. (rerun)

Tuesday - February 24, 2004 -- Happy Mardi Gras !!
9:00 am WYES 12 Mardi Gras: The Passing Parade memorable Mardi Gras moments of the past, including Louis Armstrong as King of Zulu and the police strike of 1979 (rerun)
10:00 am WYES 12 All on a Mardis Gras Day documentary on black carnival traditions of New Orleans won Louisiana Filmmaker Award at the 2003 New Orleans Film Fest; produced by Royce Osborn and Jerry Brock; interviews include Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Donald Harrison Jr., "Uncle" Lionel Batiste, Big Chief Tootie Montana, Sunpie Barnes, etc. (repeats at 6:30 pm)
1:30 pm WYES 12 While We Danced: The Music of Mardi Gras Peggy Scott Laborde covers the history of Mardi Gras music w/ profiles of Professor Longhair, Sharkey Bonano, Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Edmond "Doc" Souchon and Johnny Wiggs
2:00 pm WYES 12 New Orleans That Was nostalgic look back at Pontchartrain Beach, Canal St. streetcars, New Basin Canal, Claiborne Avenue, etc; includes interview with Allen Toussaint and old Mardi Gras Indian clips (rerun)
3:00 pm WYES 12 Bourbon Street: The Neon Strip (1993) a look at the infamous street starting with its noble birth to its more earthy existence today; performance clips include Papa Celestin, Sharkey Bonano, Al Hirt and Chris Owens; interview clips include Danny Barker, Al Hirt, Chris Owens, Lindy Boggs
5:00 pm TRAV Mardi Gras Revealed (2003) behind the scenes look at Mardi Gras shows how this raucous pre-Lenten celebration comes together; includes interview with Harry Connick, Jr. (rerun)
7:00 pm FOOD Emeril Live "Traditional Mardi Gras Dinner", with musical guest Big Al and the Heavyweights (rerun; repeats at 11:00 pm)

Wednesday - February 25, 2004
7:00 pm FOOD TV Emeril Salutes New Orleans after a grand culinary tour of his hometown, the legendary chef returns to the studio to showcase New Orleans style dishes; the Dirty Dozen Brass Band are musical guests (rerun; repeats again at 11:00 pm)
11:30 pm WYES 12 Rainin' In My Heart ... Back To The Blues journey back to the blues in Baton Rouge as we visit with older Blues men who started it all, then meet their sons and grandsons who are carrying on the Blues tradition; from Raful Neal and the Neal family to Kenny Acosta and the House Rockers, its Baton Rouge Blues at itís finest; w/ Silas Hogan, Arthur "Guitar" Kelly, Moses "Whispering" Smith, Lil' Ray Neal, Kenny Neal, T-Bone Singleton, Elvin Killerbee, Tabby Thomas, Chris Thomas King, Henry Gray, Buddy Guy, Samirah Evans, and others

Thursday - February 26, 2004
10:35 am Black Starz! Last of the Mississippi Jukes (2002) documentary takes a look at the disappearing institution of juke joints in the rural south (read more); includes performances by Louisiana natives Chris Thomas King and Bobby Rush, plus Alvin Youngblood Hart, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, and others (repeats at 5:30 pm and 5:50 am)
7:00 pm FOOD Emeril Live "Emeril's Ragin' Cajun Cookin'" - Emeril's tears it up Cajun Style with the help of Big Al and the Heavyweights (rerun; repeats at 11:00 pm)
8:00 pm BET 106 & Park: Prime get the latest music news and count down the hottest videos with guest host, rap mogul Master P
12:05 am CBS The Late Late Show With Craig Kilborn director John Waters; musical guest Harry Connick, Jr.

Friday - February 27, 2004
8:30 pm CMT Waiting In The Wings: African Americans in Country Music a historical and contemporary perspective on African Americans in country music; this CMT special documents over a century of contributions of African Americans to country music; includes profiles of 6 young African American artists including "American Idol" finalist Kimberley Locke, Curb recording artist Trini Triggs, California songstress Vicki Vann, "Star Search" finalist Rissi Palmer, and musical Texas siblings 17-year-old Buddy and 15-year-old Tina Wright; interviews include Charley Pride, Wynonna, Ray Charles, Hank Williams Jr., Naomi Judd, Marty Stuart, Chris Cagle, Cleve Francis, and others (premiere; 90 minutes)
1:05 am WWL 4 Ellen DeGeneres Show Donald Trump; Harry Connick, Jr. performs from his new CD, "Only You" (syndicated -- check local listings!)

Saturday - February 28, 2004
7:00 pm BET Access Granted: Master P hang out with Master P and his crew in Los Angeles as he guides you through the making of his latest video, "Dem Jeans"; includes the world premiere of the new video (rerun)
1:00 am BET 106 & Park: Prime get the latest music news and count down the hottest videos with guest host, rap mogul Master P (rerun)

Sunday - February 29, 2004
8:00 am BET Bobby Jones Gospel Dr. Bobby Jones and the Nashville Super Choir host inspirational performances by Bishop Paul Morton, William Becton, and Benita Washington (rerun)


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