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Friday, September 28 2012

Live, Local, Music

If you haven’t tuned in to “Valley Homegrown” lately, you don’t know what you’re missing!  The show has been on, in various incarnations, since 1997 and many musicians featured on the program are well known today; The Nields and Ray Mason spring immediately to mind, as does Naia Kete.  In fact, of the nineteen winners in this year’s Valley Advocate Grand Band Slam, seven have done live performances in our studio.

Videos of Pop category winner Goat Boy, Shokazoba (World category), and Jamie Kent & the Options (Jazz) are all available to watch here on our site (just click on the band's name).  You can also catch Jamie and his band live when they return to our stage on November 19th.  In fact, you can watch many great musical acts live when “Valley Homegrown” broadcasts at 7pm every other Monday.  We recommend arriving around 6:45pm to be part of our studio audience.  Check out for a schedule of upcoming shows. 

On an unrelated note, today is the deadline for entries in the Pioneer Valley Transition Towns Film Festival (PVTTFF).  We’ve received a bunch of entries and we’re excited to see what the judges think.  To see the films for yourself, and find out who won, be sure to attend the gala screening at Greenfield Community College’s Sloan Theater on October 19th.  We’ll have more details about that event for you in the coming weeks so keep checking back.