With the first of two live shows from the USA. Tonight he is in Mississippi -the traditional home of the blues and the birthplace of the legendary heroes of R -n' B. But is this sprawling southern state still the heartland of the blues in 1996? Among those helping to find the answer are John Ruskey , curator of Clarksdale's
Malcolm Walls , organiser of the Mississippi Delta Blues Festival; and some local musicians.
The last in the series in which Ireland's king of country traces his musical roots.
6: O'Donnell shares with listeners his most recent passion - gospel. He talks to the woman who set the precedent for Ireland's
Eurovision victories, Dana, and features music from the award-winning Young Dublin Singers.
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