CPT12 Premieres New In-Studio Music Program: Sounds on 29th; Join CPT12 on Saturday, 11/26, from 8 – 9 p.m. and Sunday, 11/27 from 10:30-11:30pm
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Denver, CO –Colorado Public Television’s (CPT12, channel 12) “Out of Order” and local music production company, Brass Tree Sessions will premiere “Sounds on 29th,” a collaboration of local music sessions taped in the CPT12 studio. Four local artists and performers are featured on the premiere episodes including:
Taped at the Channel 12 studios on 29th and Welton Street, “Sound’s on 29th” will honor Colorado Public Television’s longstanding history with local artists and performers. Each episode features two artists/bands and runs for 30 minutes. The premiere episodes were taped on October 16th and 17th.
“Colorado has a vibrant and exciting music scene and we’re excited to tap into the creativity and originality that is available right here in our backyard,” said Heather Dalton, Director and Executive Producer for “Sounds on 29th. “Together with Brass Tree Sessions, we believe that CPT12 is the ideal venue for this kind of programming, leveraging our station’s music legacy.”
The program premieres with Safe Boating is No Accident and Danielle Ate the Sandwich on Saturday, November 26 at 8 p.m. and repeated at 10:30. Fairchildren and Nathaniel Rateliff are featured in episodes that air on Saturday, November 26 at 8:30 p.m. and again at 11 p.m. Both episodes will repeat on Sunday, November 27 beginning at 10:30 and 11 p.m.
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