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Country Music explores questions such as “What is country music?” and “Where did it come from?” while focusing on the biographies of the fascinating characters who created and shaped it. Don't miss this captivating new series from filmmaker Ken Burns.

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The longest running radio program in history of course is the Grand Ole Opry. Created in 1925 by George D. Hay, the program has become synonymous with country music, and its weekly live broadcasts still attract thousands of fans. Do you know George's connection to Hampton Roads?

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Norfolk native Gene Vincent is well remembered as a pioneer in local country music by being one of the founders of early rockabilly music.

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Tidewater had its own singing cowboys and they became the patriarchs of the local country music scene. Born in South Norfolk, the Phelps Brothers created a musical empire that is still remembered today.

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Charlottesville explores the events leading to the tragedies of August 11 and 12, 2017, and grapples with the difficult question of how such acts are possible in modern America.

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Hear the personal experiences of engineers, technicians and builders who were a part of Project Apolla. 

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