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Do you hear the howling, or do you hear the amazing music? Well tune into LiveWire and take a listen for yourself. The American River Parkway Foundation will be sitting down to talk to us about their Howlin on the Parkway event. While the 51st Banjo-Rama event bring the music to our studio and shares about the event.
The 51st Banjo-Rama is coming to town on April 22nd. This two day family event features banjo bands playing everything from classics to pop. This event has food, workshops, a jam session, and benefits local children’s charities.
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Again this week, Live Wire is on the road and this time taking place in front of a live audience at the California Stage Theater!
Host Ray Tatar welcomes Santa Clause on the annual Holiday Special show. Grab your snacks, click on the show, and listen to festive sounds by musical guests, J Scott Moore, T.D. Trice and musical duo According to Bazooka. Hear a newly published story written by Author Don Redlingshafer about a Christmas Elf and an original Christmas Poem written by Poet Jenny Davidson.
Join us and tune in to Live Wire! at 5 p.m. Wednesday, December 16th on Access Sacramento channel 17. You can also watch the simulcast online the same time it airs at www.AccessSacramento.org and click ‘watch 17’. The encore presentation airs the following Thursday at 7:30 p.m. And don’t forget to like us at www.facebook.com/LiveWire.Sacramento
The Harvest Festival is visiting our studios and will be sharing about their exciting event taking place November 18. Then Johnny Cash Tribute Band, James Garner’s Tribute to Johnny Cash will be playing in our studios. But wait, there is more, tune in to hear the code word then call or post the code word to the LiveWire Facebook page for a chance to win a Harvest Festival gift pack! Entries will close at 5:45 on 11/9/16, so watch live!
The Harvest Festival arrives to Sacramento beginning November 18. This show helps AT&T Pioneers Volunteer Network, an organization that helps local communities by aiding educational programs, running local food drives, assisting after natural disasters, and much more. The festival is West Coast’s largest indoor arts and crafts show, and also has music, food, and activities for the kids.
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James Garner is a local musician and a huge Johnny Cash fan. He had the opportunity to him when he was 14 years old and told M.r Cash that he was his biggest fan. Garner’s talent and admiration created the James Garner’s Tribute to Johnny Cash.
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On Tuesday, May 3, 2016, Access Sacramento will be participating in the Big Day of Giving; A 24-hour on-line giving event for non-profit orgranizations. Access Sacramento is a proud media partner in the Sacramento Regional Foundation’s BIG Day of Giving, highlighting the great work of nonprofits across our community.
Access Sacramento has positively touched the lives of thousands of households across the Sacramento community with our cable television and radio programming that supports freedom of speech, local filmmaking, the arts, and promotes diverse cultural awareness – We’re Making a Difference, One Voice at a Time.
With our mascot Quentin Sacrametno’s help, Access Sacramento plans to make a BIG splash too. In case you missed it, check out Quentin’s dramatic rescue of a local gym patron.
Be our hero and help us raise our goal of $10,000 in those 24-hours. Your support will help us continue our ongoing effort to enrich our community through original cable television and radio programming.
All donations through BigDayofGiving.org are 100% tax deductible.
You can help us reach our goal in 3 simple steps!
- First, please give to Access Sacramento on Tuesday, May 3 by going to bigdayofgiving.org and making a donation. Minimum giving is $25.
- Second, promote Access Sacramento to everyone you know. Forward this message to your friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers asking them to help support local public access cable television and radio programming created by our community members.
- Third, Follow Access on Facebook and Twitter and share the mission of Access with your network. We have an exciting campaign underway and would love to have you join in the fun!
Whether you are giving $25, $500, $1,000 or promoting Access by forwarding this message on, we appreciate your ongoing support for Access. Thank you for your efforts, and we look forward to seeing you at our next Access Sacramento event.
Watch our LIVE TV coverage of the Big Day of giving on Access Sacramento Cable Channel 17 Tuesday May 3, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.. Watch the Finale of the Access Sacramento Big Day of Giving Rally on LIVE TV Tuesday, May 3 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Access Sacramento can be seen on Comcast and Consolidated Communications channel 17, AT&T U-Verse Channel 14 and live streamed from AccessSacramento.org.
Access Sacramento is a 501(c3 non-profit foundation operating public access television channels 17 and 18 on Comcast and Consolidated Communications, and channel 14 on AT&T, with radio operations on cable and on KUBU-LP 96.5 FM from downtown Sacramento. For more information on Access Sacramento or the Big Day of Giving campaign call Gary Martin Executive Director (916) 456-8600. ext #100
We are harvesting up some fun on this LiveWire, November 18th and will be giving a chance to win tickets to the Sacramento Harvest Festival! Sacramento Harvest Festival will be in the studio with Henna tattoo artist, Renu Lal and musical group Sister Swing. Sacramento Harvest Festival will be talking about their event happening on November 20th. Henna artist, Renu Lal will be demonstrating and speaking about henna art. Sister Swing will be performing live in the studio!
Sacramento Harvest Festival is an annual festival and one of the largest indoor arts and craft show. This family event happening November 20th -22th, features live music and entertainment acts; including guest Sister Swing! This event benefits the charity group AT&T Pioneers who help local communities with food drives, educational programs, assisting after natural disasters and more.
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Renu Lal is one of the most sought Henna tattoo artist in Sacramento. Renu began practicing henna at a young age in New Delhi, India, where she was born and raised. She is an expert in free hand designs in tribal, traditional Hindu and Celtic imagery.
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Sister Swing is a swing band consisting of three vocalist; Valerie Marston, Paula Chafey-Merrill and Leigh Hannah. They have been together for 20 years performing jazz, swing, ballads, boogie woogie and more. Sister Swing has their own distinctive sound but still preserves the beauty of vintage music.
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Join us and tune in to LiveWire! at 5 p.m. Wednesday, November 18th on Access Sacramento channel 17. You can also watch the simulcast online the same time it airs at www.AccessSacramento.org and click ‘watch 17’. The encore presentation airs the following Thursday at 7:30 p.m. And don’t forget to like us at www.facebook.com/LiveWire.Sacramento
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We have a spooktacular show for you this Wednesday, October 28th on LiveWire. Our Halloween special features The Food Literacy Center and Musical Robot. The Food Literacy Center will be demonstrating a healthy snack option for the holiday and talking about their Midtown Halloween Festival on October 31st. Musical Robot will be having an interactive music performance with our costumed kids in the studio.
The Food Literacy Center is a local nonprofit that was created to encourage kids to eat their vegetables. They teach children to create nutritious meals and inspire the community to live a healthier life style. The Food Literacy Center will be appearing at the Midtown Halloween Festival on Saturday, October 31st.
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Musical Robot is made up of duo Scott Mcmanny and Jason Adair. This ukulele and drum combo transforms songs and incorporates storytelling, dance and puppetry. Musical Robot encourages kids to move and have fun through music.
Join us and tune in to LiveWire! at 5 p.m. Wednesday, October 28th on Access Sacramento channel 17. You can also watch the simulcast online the same time it airs at www.AccessSacramento.org and click ‘watch 17’. The encore presentation airs the following Thursday at 7:30 p.m. And don’t forget to like us at www.facebook.com/LiveWire.Sacramento
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LiveWire is full of music and laughter this Wednesday, October 14th. Comedian, Charles Phoenix will be in the studio talking about the upcoming comedy slideshow event, Sacramentoland, sponsored by Sacramento Modern. Local singer/songwriter with a comedic twist, Vikki Lee, will be performing live on the show.
Sacramento Modern is a nonprofit whose mission is to perserve and protect, modern art, design and architecture in the Sacramento area. This Friday, October 16th Sacramento Modern is bringing Charles Phoenix and his comedy slideshow called Sacramentoland. This comedy show will take the audience on a historical, comedic experience through some of Sacramento’s very own treasured landmarks.
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Vikki Lee, also known as the funny girl, is a local musician who has toured around the globe. Vikki Lee is a singer/songwriter with a unique Americana style. Vikki has wide range of music in her portfolio and is a captivating entertainer. Vikki has frequently opened for such famous musicians such as Ramblin’ Jack Elliott and Albert Lee. She will be stopping into our studios to share her talents with us.
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Join us and tune in to LiveWire! at 5 p.m. Wednesday, October 14th on Access Sacramento channel 17. You can also watch the simulcast online the same time it airs at www.AccessSacramento.org and click ‘watch 17’. The encore presentation airs the following Thursday at 7:30 p.m. And don’t forget to like us at www.facebook.com/LiveWire.Sacramento
Crocker Art Museum located in Downtown Sacramento is a local museum that showcases diverse art. The museum wants local people to be more involved in their community. By getting people involved in their community they host family orientated events.
Crocker Art Museum is in the planning phase of hosting a Block by Block Party. Crocker Art Museum is looking for local artists, musicians, creative folks, and local organizations to participate in the block party. The artist, musicians, and creative folks that will participate in the block party will get to showcase their work to the people who attend the block party.
Crocker Art Museum’s goal is to have people all around Sacramento enjoy the block party.
The block party is already funded by a grant from The James Irvine Foundation that specializes in art engagement.
The James Irvine Foundation located in San Francisco is a foundation that focuses on improving California, and the diversity in arts. Their main goal is to expand diversity art and focus on cultures. They also want to help low-income families receive more funds and have a better education. The foundation has already given out 3,600 grants which equals up to $1.5 million dollars. The grants were given to non-profits located in California that are engaged in arts. They also give grants to ten top museums in California.
To be involved in the Block by Block Party contact firstname.lastname@example.org
On November 28th, Sol Collective hosted a concert, from 8pm-11:30pm. This concert promoted unity and community improvement. The performers who headline the event included: Dre-T, Luke Tailor, Harleen Singh, Just Kristopher, Native Children and Humble The Poet.
The concert started off with different artists coming together performing a griot. A griot is a West African tradition, which the storytellers would come together and tell the village’s story. The artist would take different places around the room. Then, each artist would perform a piece for thirty seconds to a minute. Every time a performer would finish their piece, before the crowd could clap, another artist would rush to perform their piece. They did to keep the crowd’s attention all around the room.
The first performer was Dre-T, he is poet, emcee, and mentor. He performed different songs of his EP called Sacramentality. He performed No Religion, which made the crowd go wild, he also, performed You Can Do It Too, which gives listeners a positive message of no matter what goes on in their life, they can do it too. If you would like to check out more of the music that Dre-T performed, listen here: https://soundcloud.com/dreis9eleven
The second performer was Harleen Singh, she is singer and performing artist. She infused her culture with her music, being Punjabi, she sung in her native tongue. You may not have been able to understand, but when the bass dropped and she began to singing. You couldn’t help, but dance. If you would hear more of her music, click here: https://twitter.com/harleensmusic
The third performer was Luke Tailor, he is a emcee and poet. He performed songs off his EP he just dropped. The song included Sallie Mae Blues, which speaks about his struggle being in debt to the student loan institution, Sallie Mae. Many people in the crowd understood the pain he went through. If you would like to hear more of his music, click here :https://soundcloud.com/luke-tailor
The next performers were a group called Native Children, a collaboration between Wisechild, a producer, and Salvin, a poet and emcee. They made the crowd go wild with the different verses, various beats, and familiar samples they provided in their music. They spoke out different social issues that were going on in the world like “ if you’re black or brown, your local P.D might not give you a chance”. If you would like to hear more music, click here:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbZeIVKW49hnS9Wtz9z-lEw https://soundcloud.com/iniwisechild
The next performer was Just Kristopher, he was a singer and emcee. He performed songs of his EP called Just Play. The songs included, Started Alone, this song talked his time when he was on journey as an artist before he was getting the buzz he is getting right now. He livened up the crowd as he danced on the stage and the crowd sung the words. If you would like to hear more from Just Kristopher, click here:https://soundcloud.com/justplayjk
Finally, the last performer was Humble The Poet, he is a poet, writer, and emcee. He performed different song of his project, which revealed the pain the some people endure in their life. He performed songs which included Baggi Music, which in Punjabi mean rebel music. He also gave the crowd interesting inspirational speeches about life and how to receive what you need to out of life.