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Homegrown television episodes 1 through 7

Homegrown presented by Yellow House Media - Episode 1
Homegrown presented by Yellow House Media - Episode 2
Homegrown presented by Yellow House Media - Episode 3
Homegrown presented by Yellow House Media - Episode 4
Homegrown presented by Yellow House Media - Episode 5
Homegrown presented by Yellow House Media - Episode 6
Homegrown presented by Yellow House Media - Episode 7

Episode 1 – Jeremiah McClane and Nightingale

In this episode, Dave and Effie Cummings interview Vermont musician Jeremiah McLane, accordion and keyboard player for Nightingale. The show features live performance footage of Nightingale at the Lebanon Opera House in Lebanon, New Hampshire.

Episode 2 – Blues Meltdown featuring Ted Mortimer, Johnny Bishop and Ed Eastridge

In this episode of Homegrown we go to the Blues Meltdown at Salt Hill pub in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Also featured are interviews with Ted Mortimer, Johnny Bishop and Ed Eastridge.

Episode 3 – The Gully Boys at Bentley’s in Woodstock

Bill Temple of the Gully Boys stops by to talk about the history of the popular Upper Valley jam band.

Episode 4 – Terry Diers and the Skinx at the Black Door in Montpelier

Terry Diers and the Skinx put on a show at the Black Door in Montpelier. Terry drops by the studio to talk about the band and the state of rock in the Upper Valley.

Episode 5 – Village Harmony

Take a trip around the world with Village Harmony in this episode of Homegrown. Village Harmony is an umbrella for a range of choral music, world music and harmony singing activities under the direction of Larry Gordon and Patty Cuyler. Visit them on the web.

Episode 6 – Twiddle

Dave and Effie have a difference of opinion about Twiddle, an up and coming jam band from Castleton, Vermont. You decide!

Episode 7 – Clayfoot Strutters at New Acadia Farm

This episode of Homegrown takes you to a contra dance at New Acadia Farm in North Tunbridge, featuring a reunion of the original members of the Clayfoot Strutters, including Jeremiah McClane and Pete Sutherland, with caller Rachel Nevitt.

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