Austin City Limits Celebrates 40 Years "Not Fade Away"
Austin City Limits 2107: Allman Brothers Band - "Midnight Rider"
Austin City Limits Season 45 Opening Sequence
Old 97s- Austin City Limits TV Show 1/26/98 COMPLETE UNAIRED FULL SHOW xfer f/ 1st gen VHS Live 97's
Austin City Limits - Bellamy Brothers/The Wagoneers - Season 13, Episode 13 (April 16, 1988)
Get a backstage look as @iamyola performs on Austin City Limits. Airs this weekend on @PBS https://t.co/1fWCWS1Zcz
This weekend on Austin City Limits: @runthejewels
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Go behind the scenes with @runthejewels at Austin City Limits. Their episode airs this weekend on @pbs. https://t.co/8nWsIMBowk
This weekend on #acltv: Dan Auerbach and @shinyribs
Airs on @PBS
#austincitylimits #danauerbach #shinyribs https://t.co/DHHGYuUakv
Austin City Limits (ACL) is an American public television music program recorded live in Austin, Texas, by Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member television station KLRU, and broadcast on many PBS stations around the United States. The show helped Austin to become widely known as the "Live Music Capital of the World", and is the only television show to receive the National Medal of Arts, which it was awarded in 2003. It also won a rare institutional Peabody Award in 2011 "for its more than three decades of presenting and preserving eclectic American musical genres." For the first 12 seasons (1976–87), Austin City Limits was produced by the Southwest Texas Public Broadcasting Council. Beginning in season 13 (1988), Austin City Limits moved to its current production home at Austin's PBS affiliate KLRU, the Capital of Texas Public Telecommunications Council. The show was created in 1974 by Bill Arhos, who died in 2015 at the age of 80.