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Heart on the Line 

When: Sun., June 27, 2 p.m. 2010
Country music has long been a popular U.S. export, especially in the British Isles, where the music finds its earliest roots. Originally produced for Irish Public Television, this one-hour documentary from 1990 explains the universal appeal of American country music through the eyes (and voices) of many of the songwriters who have crafted the music's message for decades. With interviews, commentary and performances by Harlan Howard, Cowboy Jack Clement, Rodney Crowell, Dean Dillon, Frank Dycus, Bob McDill, Whitey Shafer and others, Heart on the Line reminds us that a music that is known for its singers ultimately finds its foundation in songs. Free screening.
— Joe Nolan

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