The second leg of Reginald D Hunter’s journey through the musical landscape of the US South sees him in Georgia, his home state, and Alabama.
He meets Lynyrd Skynyrd, Muscle Shoals studio founder Rick Hall, gospel legends the Blind Boys of Alabama and Rainy Night in Georgia writer Tony Joe White. And that’s all before visiting the Atlanta church where Martin Luther King preached his sermons on non-violent protest.
Then it’s on to meeting Chris Bridges, aka Ludacris, the rapper and actor who explains the ‘Dirty South’ style to Reginald. You certainly can’t accuse this show of not packing a lot in!