All new “Homegrown Music Concerts” season begins Thursday, March 31 at 9 p.m. on WVIA-TV | WVIA

All new “Homegrown Music Concerts” season begins Thursday, March 31 at 9 p.m. on WVIA-TV

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 PITTSTON, Pa. – WVIA-TV’s “Homegrown Music Concerts” will air an all-new season beginning on Thursday, March 31.

 

The six episode series airs Thursday nights at 9 p.m. on WVIA-TV. The season premiere features jazz ensemble ‘The Tom Hamilton Band’ television debut.  Other acts included in the series are the folk family trio ‘The Currys’, jazz trio ‘Tri-Fi’, northeastern Pennsylvania’s Django Reinhardt inspired ‘Bog Swing Group’, ‘Organik Vibe Trio’ which features Marko Marcinko, Ron Oswanski and the Rolling Stones’ saxophonist Tim Ries and prog rock / jam band powerhouse ‘Tauk’.

 

Each hour-long episode will re-air Saturday nights at 11 p.m. on WVIA-TV and can also be watched on-demand at wvia.org/homegrown.

 

Homegrown Music Concerts Broadcast Schedule

 

3/31 – The Tom Hamilton Band

4/7 – The Currys

4/21 – Tri-Fi

5/5 – Bog Swing Group

5/12 – Organik Vibe Trio

5/26 - Tauk

 

Homegrown Music Concerts have been produced for over 40 years by George Graham and presents a wide range of rock, folk, bluegrass, jazz, blues, reggae, World Music, fusion, etc. The emphasis is on all-original material, or highly original interpretations of old, obscure, or seldom-heard music. Each show features a different performance, with occasional encore broadcasts from the series' nearly 40-year archive.

 

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