Music City Roots Preps Second Season on Public Television

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Music City Roots is set to debut its second season on public television on Friday, Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. CT. The show’s second season will air on Nashville Public Television, Channel 8 or 1008 on all cable and broadcast systems.

The first episode will feature The Steep Canyon Rangers, modern folk band Joy Kills Sorrow, cellist-songwriter Ben Sollee, country singer Ashley Monroe, and bluegrass band The Westbound Rangers.

The remainder of the show’s second season will feature performances from Amos Lee, Earls of Leicester featuring Jerry Douglas, Sarah Jarosz, North Mississippi All-Stars, and more. The second season features many of Music City Roots’ final performances at Nashville’s Loveless Barn.

New episodes of Music City Roots, from its new home at The Factory in Franklin, air Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. CT over Hippie Radio 94.5 FM. THe show can also be be accessed via livestream, iTunes podcast, and the Music City Roots YouTube channel. For more information, visit musiccityroots.com.

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