Nationally syndicated television series The Song–Recorded Live @ TGL Farms will return Jan. 2, 2021 with 15 new episodes. The one-hour season opener features Train, Jason Mraz, Jewel, Richard Marx, Clint Black, Gavin DeGraw and a special Marley Family Celebration Of “One Love” with Stephen Marley.
“Although challenging, this season’s filming actually presented us with a unique opportunity to take the show to the artists and record them where they were most comfortable–in or near their own homes–and they all brought their A-Game,” said the show’s creator and Executive Producer Marc Oswald.
Returning hosts Krista Marie and Damien Horne traveled coast to coast—having coffee with Jason Mraz at the Mraz Family Farm, sipping wine with Pat Monahan of Train at Concannon Vineyard in Northern California, riding horses with Jewel in the Colorado Rockies, and filming Richard Marx as he performed at sunset in Malibu. Shooting wrapped where it all began, with Gavin DeGraw at TGL Farms located near Nashville.
Founding partner Ally returns to present Season 2, as The Song welcomes new partners Harley-Davidson and KICKER Performance Audio to the team.
The show is produced by Oswald Entertainment Group and Tupelo Honey, directed by David “Doc” Abbott and mixed by Tom Davis. Cary Glotzer serves as executive producer.
Gray Television is managing the syndication reaching more than 77 percent of US households in over 140 markets.
AXS TV acquired all 10 episodes from Season 1, which will continue airing through 2022.