How to watch the Ken Burns documentary “Country Music” if you missed it last night

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Did you catch the premiere of the Ken Burns’ great new documentary Country Music last night on PBS? If you missed it, no worries because you’re able to stream it from your smart T.V. or online.

Country Music is a 16-hour long documentary all about country music. Last night’s episode began at the very beginning, referencing music clear back into the 1700s. Definitely a must watch for country fans or fans of all things Ken Burns.

If you missed it, you can head over to PBS and check it out. You just pick your local PBS station and you’ll be good to go. You don’t even have to sign in. You can also check it out on your smart T.V. if you happen to have the PBS app downloaded. The first two episodes, nearly four hours’ worth, are streaming now.

Country Music will air over the next few weeks. You can check PBS for your local channel schedule.

Gotta love technology.


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