6:00 & 12:00 – The Greatest Songs You May Never Hear
“The Greatest Songs You May Never Hear”: Our host Michael “Supe” Granda of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils and some of his songwriter friends, via sparkling performances and scintillating conversation, introduce us to great songs that may have slipped under the normal cable viewer’s radar.
6:30 & 12:30 – Arts Alive San Francisco
Arts Alive! San Francisco, a digital video creative, broadcast on Channel 28 Berkeley, describing dance around San Francisco Bay in many ways.
Created by ViDeoDa, episodes include documentation video of choreographic works, aerial dance, company highlights, excerpts, Dance Discourse Project and other creatives on dance. (Joey Williams-creative).
7:00 & 1:00 – Multiplicity Music Videos
Multiplicity is a diverse collection of music videos from all genres. Rock, pop, hip hop, EDM, country and more, with each episode based on a pre-defined genre. Viewers can discover new artists and find some of the most popular new music videos on the modern musical landscape. There is no host or dialogue, it is just music videos front to back.
8:00 & 2:00 – Jook Joint
“EC’s Jook Joint” is a multi-award winning blues show produced on Midpenninsula Community Access in Palo Alto California by E C Scott, a well-known blues singer. The show is virtually all music from a wide variety of blues musicians.
8:30 & 2:30 – The Chico and Bman Show
The Chico and Bman Show is a Nashville music variety show hosted by Chico and Bman. They open every show with a brief dialogue skit and then the performers perform.
There are usually between 4 – 6 performances by 2 -3 performing acts. Some of the acts are well know successes. Many are working on becoming known. All are talented. Many have found success after appearing on our show.
Mostly the acts are singers,groups, musicians, and singer/songwriters. Almost all of the music performed is original and all types of music is welcomed. It just has to be good.
9:00 & 3:00 – Songspeak Conversations on the Art and Craft of Songwriting
Topics include the process of writing songs, how one becomes a songwriter, tips for being a successful songwriter in the music industry. Songwriters also perform a few of their songs. The programs are recorded in front of MTSU students enrolled in Recording Industry courses. A question and answer session follows each discussion.
10:00 & 4:00 – Baby Blue Arts Presents
Baby Blue Arts Presents is a half-hour television music series that features some of the finest musicians around –- and they all happen to be in Minnesota!
Each program showcases a particular musician or musical group. Programs cover many different genres: jazz, classical, blues, folk, world, young artists. While most programs are taped in the CCX Create TV studio, we also film some on location.
The Producers’ goal is to make great music available to a larger audience than many musicians would normally reach. Viewers fortunate enough to have access to this program are treated to a series of free concerts on their television!
10:30 & 4:30 – Bongo Boy Rock n Roll
BONGO BOY ROCK n’ ROLL TV Show Series is like watching MTV when it was cool.
It’s a music orientated TV series that educates the viewers about upcoming indie artists and their quest to greater success. The show is dedicated to exposing the arts to new and old fans alike by featuring original music videos, Art, Indie Trailers, and history from different cultures with each new show.
11:00 & 5:00 – Sudzin Country
“Sudzin Country” is country and bluegrass music interview shows with a song or two by the artist. There is also a country dance show taped at the Colorado Café in Watchung, N.J. Some of the shows teach a country dance in the show. (where labeled)
11:30 & 5:30 – A Taste of Theatre
This is the show where playwrights come to showcase one scene of their play for the audience. We interview the playwright or the writer to the play to get the inside story as to how the play comes about. We interview the cast members to get their take on the characters they play.
We also focus on the music from the play (original music only)
We give the playwright the opportunity to tell us what message he or she is trying to convey in the play. Then the actors perform one scene of the play.