Three reasons to watch it
John McEuen, the multi-talented member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, played with the group from 1966 through 1986. During that time, the group recorded a delightful cover of "Mr Bojangles" and their signature album "Will the Circle be Unbroken", featuring legends such as Earl Scruggs, Mother Maybelle Carter, and Doc Watson.
John returned to the band in 2001, which went on to record several more albums.
This time, John has recorded the album "For All the Good", which can best be classified as Americana for its varied influences from jazz, rock, blue grass, an country. Here he jams with his sons Nathan and Jonathan, plucking a banjo to the title track - a wistful paean to love and loss.
Did you know?
John McEuen and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band worked on the soundtrack for the movie 'Paint Your Wagon', which featured movie tough-guy Lee Marvin as a singer.
McEuen has recorded more than 40 album, four of which received platinum recognition while two received gold.
Jonathan and Nathan McEuen are two of their father's seven children. Both have recorded on their own.