First, Tristan Ramos is keeping Tejano music alive with his two brothers and making a name for himself at only fourteen. Ramos talks about his journey in the industry, including his terminal diagnosis just two years ago, and how his accordion got him through it. Then, New Orleans natives Sharon and Austin Richardson are bringing Creole food to Texas. What started as a praline-exclusive kitchen now delivers weekly Cajun dinners as well. Come on into the Richardson’s kitchen to see how they’re bringing NOLA to TX. Finally, Bob sits down with Ethan Wayne, son of American icon John Wayne to speak about his father’s legacy. Ethan now runs John Wayne: An American Experience in Fort Worth, a museum that gives a rounder view of who the American legend really was.
Season 50, Episode 2
Sep 18, 2021
Accordion Kid, Christen’s Gourmet Pralines, and John Wayne: An American Experience
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