The nationally syndicated TV show, The Song, is gearing up for the premiere of its third season on Jan. 8 with a lineup of guests that includes Collective Soul, Melissa Etheridge, Styx, Rob Thomas, Amy Grant, Sarah McLachlan, Brian McKnight, Kenny Loggins and Gary Allan.
Season three is hosted by Krista Marie, and includes a combination of episodes produced at various locations in Music City and on the road. The crew traveled to a private estate in Sherman, Connecticut to film two episodes with Thomas, while Loggins and McLachlan were both lensed in California at The Alcazar Theatre in Carpinteria and the Hotel del Coronado, respectively. Collective Soul’s episode was shot at Atlanta’s Buckhead Theatre, and McKnight’s episode was captured at Atlanta’s Terminal West.
Allan and Grant’s episodes were shot at Nashville’s Analog at Hutton Hotel and Blackbird Studio, respectively, and Etheridge performed at the show’s home base, TGL Farms. Styx shot their episode following the band’s performance at the Hard Rock Casino in Cincinnati, Ohio.
“We’ve been amazed week after week how viewers are connecting with these artists and their songs in this unique presentation,” says the show’s creator and Executive Producer Marc Oswald. “This new season is incredibly diverse and we can’t wait to kick off the new year with these legendary artists performing truly remarkable songs.”
Recorded live at TGL Farms near Nashville, the show launched in January 2020 and has reached over 80 million households on 150 stations. The show is presented by Ally in partnership with Harley-Davidson, Hard Rock Hotels and Casinos, and powered by Kicker Performance Audio.
Earlier this year, The Song announced an exclusive partnership with Time Life to release live performances recorded exclusively for the show, with many songs from its first season available via Time Life on all major streaming platforms. The two companies are also working closely to develop enhanced content for The Song’s YouTube channel, including previously unreleased footage.
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