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JME Thursdays

Available on Jax PBS
Channel 7.1, Comcast 212, on the WJCT app and on jaxpbs.tv

No need to travel or risk being jostled in an overcrowded space, worldwide events and incredible performances are available to you without ever leaving your couch. Tune in to JME Thursdays on Jax PBS every Thursday starting at 8 p.m. or stream on demand, anytime and on any device through Jax PBS Passport.

Check out this Thursday’s schedule below.

On the next JME Thursday...

8 p.m.Judah & The LionJudah Akers and Brian Macdonald perform "Suit and Jacket," "Take It All Back" and more, as well as covers of "All the Small Things" and "I Won't Back Down."Front and Center"Front and Center" showcases an eclectic mix of industry veterans and a new generation of musicians who are currently topping the music charts. Filmed in high definition, musicians perform from intimate stages around the country, including New York's Gramercy Theatre, SIR Studios in Los Angeles, The Village studio in Los Angeles, New York's Bowery Ballroom, and the House of Blues in Las Vegas.9 p.m.The FoundationA look at the origins of hip-hop and its first socially conscious hit -- "The Message" -- by Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five in 1982.Fight the Power: How Hip-Hop Changed the WorldChuck D transports audiences back to hip-hop's inception and documents the genre's steps in revolutionizing and challenging America's history over four decades.10 p.m.The War on DrugsThe War on Drugs perform selections from "I Don't Live Here Anymore."Austin City LimitsThis long-running concert series features artists from every musical genre in a live-music setting. Originally created to shine a spotlight on original Texas music, the show has expanded its boundaries to encompass a wide range of styles and artists, featuring notables such as Pearl Jam, Elvis Costello, Johnny Cash and Neil Young.11 p.m.Becky Buller BandFiddler and bluegrass vocalist Becky Buller.David Holt's State of MusicModern masters of traditional music take center stage in this series hosted by four-time Grammy Award-winning musician David Holt. Filmed on location in the mountains of North Carolina, artists featured include Rhiannon Giddens of the Carolina Chocolate Drops; fiddle and banjo player Bruce Molsky; bluegrass group Balsam Range; bluegrass band Steep Canyon Rangers; pianist Jeff Little; and Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver. Produced by the Will and Deni McIntyre Foundation, the series is presented by UNC-TV.11:30 p.m.Gustavo Moradel and eight of his fans talk about race in America.Ear to the Common GroundWeaving intimate performances from world-class artists around entertaining and enlightening discussions.