ABOUT THE SONG
Groundbreaking nationally syndicated TV series "THE SONG" is set to premiere its first season the week of January 4, 2020.
The multi-genre music, entertainment & lifestyle show reveals the incredible stories behind some of the biggest Rock, Pop, Country, Triple A, R&B and Hip Hop songs ever written and recorded while illuminating the power music has to influence our thoughts and feelings, impact society and inspire us all to live our dreams.
Recorded Live @ TGL Farms
Photos by: David "Doc" Abbott
Co-hosts KRISTA MARIE & DAMIEN HORNE
GARY BAKER & FRANK MYERS
"I Swear" Performed by: ALL-4-ONE
"I'm Already There" Performed by: Lonestar
"It's A Great Day To Be Alive" Performed by: Travis Tritt
BIG & RICH feat. Cowboy Troy
RICK SPRINGFIELD feat. The Sisterhood Band
LONESTAR feat. Jim Messina
ROME RAMIREZ feat. Dirty Heads
THE SONG'S Best Of Co-hosted by: CeeLo Green
*Artist episodes sequence & artist premiers vary market to market.
Executive producers Marc Oswald, Cary Glotzer & Trey Fanjoy (Director) joined forces to create nine 30-minute fast-paced episodes and a one-hour “Best of THE SONG” finale for season one. Hosted by Krista Marie & Damien Horne, each episode will center around a specific hit song and will be filmed @ TGL Farms, in Hendersonville, Tennessee. The series is presented by Ally & Nashville Music City, premiering the week of January 4th, 2020 in national syndication across America.
In-depth conversations with the artists and songwriters will reveal the inspiration, journey and evolution from the creation of a song to becoming engrained in the musical hearts of fans worldwide. An intimate performance recorded in front of a small audience inside the exquisite TGL Farms stable will be a highlight of the show.
“THE SONG Recorded Live @ TGL Farms” pays it forward through cause-related partnerships with The Songwriters Hall of Fame and Belmont University’s Mike Curb College of Entertainment & Music Business to provide both scholarship and internship opportunities for their outstanding programs and to help develop new talent in the music, media and television arts disciplines.