Best Bars in America - Netflix

Comedians Jay Larson and Sean Patton explore bars featured in Esquire magazine's annual rundown of the best in the country. With stops in Milwaukee, Chicago and San Francisco, Jay and Sean drink their way through neighborhood dives and swanky bars alike. More than just a cross-country bar crawl, this is a happy hour any self-respecting man should experience in his lifetime.

Best Bars in America - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2013-12-05

Best Bars in America - American Stars 'n Bars - Netflix

American Stars 'n Bars is the eighth studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young, released on Reprise Records in 1977. Compiled from recording sessions scattered over a 29-month period, it includes “Like a Hurricane,” one of Young's best-known songs. It peaked at #21 on the Billboard 200 and received a RIAA gold certification.

Best Bars in America - Personnel - Netflix

Neil Young — vocals, guitars; harmonica on “Star of Bethlehem”; glockenspiel, keyboard, piano, vibes, drums on “Will to Love” Frank “Poncho” Sampedro — guitars all tracks except “Star of Bethlehem” and “Will to Love”; synthesizer on “Like A Hurricane”; backing vocals on “Like A Hurricane” and “Homegrown” Ben Keith — pedal steel guitar on “The Old Country Waltz,” “Saddle Up the Palomino,” “Hey Babe,” “Hold Back the Tears,” and “Bite the Bullet”; Dobro, backing vocal on “Star of Bethlehem” Carole Mayedo — violin on “The Old Country Waltz,” “Saddle Up the Palomino,” “Hey Babe,” “Hold Back the Tears,” and “Bite the Bullet” Billy Talbot — bass all tracks except “Star of Bethlehem” and “Will to Love” Tim Drummond — bass on “Star of Bethlehem” Ralph Molina — drums all tracks except “Star of Bethlehem” and “Will to Love”; backing vocal on “Like A Hurricane” and “Homegrown” Karl T. Himmel — drums on “Star of Bethlehem” Linda Ronstadt, Nicolette Larson — backing vocals on “The Old Country Waltz,” “Saddle Up the Palomino,” “Hey Babe,” “Hold Back the Tears,” and “Bite the Bullet” Emmylou Harris — harmony vocal on “Star of Bethlehem”

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