Three Chords And The Truth

Nick Barraclough journeys to Nashville to tell the story of one of America's most remarkable institutions, and unveil how and why country music has become such a huge industry.

He talks to Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, Little Jimmy Dickens and Dolly Parton, as well as the fans and the producers.

Episodes

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20050108

1/3. Nick Barraclough visits Nashville to explore the history of country music and how it has become such a huge industry. Then News.

20050115

2/3. Nick Barraclough explores the history of country music and how it has become such a huge industry. In this show he looks at the genres rise in popularity in the 60s and 70s. Then News.

20050122

Nick Barraclough concludes his exploration of country music as he goes behind the scenes in Nashville and talks to Garth Brooks, the Dixie Chicks and record label executives.

20060905

Nick Barraclough journeys to Nashville to tell the story of one of America's most remarkable institutions, and unveil how and why country music has become such a huge industry. He talks to Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, Little Jimmy Dickens and Dolly Parton, as well as the fans and the producers.

1/3. Nick asks whether country music still represents Three Chords and the Truth?

20060906

Nick Barraclough journeys to Nashville to tell the story of one of America's most remarkable institutions, and unveil how and why country music has become such a huge industry. He talks to Dolly Parton, Charley Pride and Loretta Lynn, as well as the fans and the producers.

2/3. Nick looks at country music's growth in the 60s and 70s, an era of feminism and civil rights.

20060907

Nick Barraclough journeys to Nashville to tell the story of one of America's most remarkable institutions, and unveil how and why country music has become such a huge industry.

3/3. Nick goes behind the scenes in corporate Nashville and talks to Garth Brooks, the Dixie Chicks and the record label executives - who control one of America's most powerful musical forms.

012005010820060905

Nick Barraclough journeys to Nashville to tell the story of one of America's most remarkable institutions, and unveil how and why country music has become such a huge industry.

He talks to Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, Little Jimmy Dickens and Dolly Parton, as well as the fans and the producers.Nick asks whether country music still represents Three Chords and the Truth?

012005010820060905

Nick Barraclough journeys to Nashville to tell the story of one of America's most remarkable institutions, and unveil how and why country music has become such a huge industry.

He talks to Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, Little Jimmy Dickens and Dolly Parton, as well as the fans and the producers.Nick asks whether country music still represents Three Chords and the Truth?

022005011520060906

Nick looks at country music's growth in the 60s and 70s, an era of feminism and civil rights.

022005011520060906

Nick looks at country music's growth in the 60s and 70s, an era of feminism and civil rights.

03 LAST2005012220060907

Nick goes behind the scenes in corporate Nashville and talks to Garth Brooks, the Dixie Chicks and the record label executives - who control one of America's most powerful musical forms.

03 LAST2005012220060907

Nick goes behind the scenes in corporate Nashville and talks to Garth Brooks, the Dixie Chicks and the record label executives - who control one of America's most powerful musical forms.