The Band: A History sits down with "Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band" director Daniel Roher.
Everything was looking uncertain for The Band at the turn of the decade. The 1970s were about to get a whole lot more difficult.
Divide & Conquer
With two albums under their belt it was time for a little shake up. The Band spent the last year of the 1960s touring and doing session work.
Review: "Once Were Brothers" Documentary
We review the new Robbie Robertson documentary "Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band"
The Brown Album
While The Band had critical success on their first studio effort 1968's "Music From Big Pink" they didn't waste anytime before getting back into the studio to make their follow up.
Music From Big Pink
The mythical proportion that has graced "Music From Big Pink" has been there since the beginning. By the late sixties, everyone was buzzing about what Dylan and The Band were doing in upstate New York.
The Basement Tapes
This week we dive deeper into the legendary roots-rock group, The Band as they move up to join Bob Dylan after he recovers from his motorcycle accident. Excited to send some time off the road they took the opportunity to write and record some music
The Dylan Years
This week we dive deeper into the legendary roots-rock group, The Band as they join Dylan. Detailing the years between 1964 through 1966 we take a look at the group as they get to see the world. Private jets, A-list celebrities, turmoil and more
The Hawks After Hawkins
This week we dive deeper into the legendary roots-rock group, The Band after they left Ronnie Hawkins. Detailing the years between 1964 into 1965 we take a look at a group of young musicians who were experimenting with their sound.
Ronnie "The Hawk" Hawkins
Welcome to The Band: A History. Ronnie "The Hawk" Hawkins recounts the legendary singer from Arkansas role on music history, specifically rockabilly and his role in developing the sound in Canada through Canadian musicians.