Music show

Blue Ridge PBS launches new music show featuring international artists

“A Musician’s Life” will be first on Roanokebased in Blue Ridge PBS, Saturday October 15, 2022, at 9 o’clock pm.

The first 13episode toa son will be visible via broadcast but will also be available to watch on PBS Passport app. PBS passport allows subscribers to download and watch episodes from smart devices as the season is progressing. The To display will be to be too broadcast in Richmond, Harrisonburg and Charlotteville on VPM stations. In addition, WCTE to KnoxvilleTN and West Virginia Public Broadcasting will be astart the series.

Features of “A Musician’s Life” fascinating conversation, stories, and music of goodto knownot international artists. Season one guests include John Jorgenson, guitarist for Elton John, Sting, and Bob Dylan, and John McEuen, founding member of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Bandaged. Adams himself is a very accomplished singer/songwriter/musician with two roots and bluegrass albums to his credit. He has also worked with many notable artists and musicians during his career.

Danville, V.A will serve as the backdrop for the series and eeach episode is shot in very unique places, including historic houses, hotels, and same an old gas station.

“We are very pleased with our partnership with Brandon and we look forward to many more seasons of this highquality production thanks to Director and editor, Jacob Dellinger,” says William Anderson.

City of Danville Economic and Tourism Development Office is the primary subscriber from the Serie. Additional support is provided by Santa Cruz Guitar Company, Ear Trumpet Labs, LR Baggs, The Bee Hotel, Paper diamond and friends of the old west end.

Founded in 1967, Blue Ridge PBS is youthe only public multimedia company serving four million people parts of four states. The station’s coverage area includes southern and southwestern Virginia, and bordering tenn countiesEssee, West Virginia and North Carolina.

Blue Ridge PBS is composed of fI am broadcast channels: WBRATV 15.1, Southwest Virginia Public Television 15.2, PBS Kids 15.3, Create 15.4ECHO 15.5 and There chains diffusion online via YouTube: Blue Ridge Diffusion, Project South West, and ECHO.