“Music City Roots” Filming For Television

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• October 18, 2012

Music City Roots: Live from the Loveless Cafe, in partnership with Nashville Public Television, is currently in production for nationwide distribution to public television in Spring of 2013. Now in its fourth year of weekly broadcasts, the live radio show has teamed with Nashville’s TNDV for video production and 13 one-hour episodes are on tap.

“Music City Roots exports the quality and diversity of the musical culture that abounds in such great measure here in Music City and all over the world,” says Todd Mayo, Music City Roots Executive Producer. “Our partnership with WNPT, The Loveless Cafe and the wonderful brands who support the show will allow a national audience, on a weekly basis, to experience on public television the musical magic from the Barn. It’s reality television from Music City and WNPT and public television is the ideal home for us.”

The show’s first televised season will feature programs from MCR’s Fall 2012 and Winter 2013 seasons. Performers scheduled during this period include Elizabeth Cook, Bobby Bare, Buddy Miller, The Memphis Dawls, Two Man Gentlemen Band, and more.

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