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Musically Diverse Hit TV Show THE SONG Season III To Premiere Saturday

Rob Thomas, Collective Soul, Melissa Etheridge, Amy Grant, Kenny Loggins, Sarah McLachlan, Brian McKnight, Styx, Gary Allan and more Featured in National TV Show.

Musically Diverse Hit TV Show THE SONG Season III To Premiere Saturday

THE SONG - Recorded Live @ TGL Farms nationally syndicated television show launched in January 2020, and the star power, production and unique programming of the first two seasons made it must-see tv for music fans coast to coast.

Production on Season III is complete, and the fast-paced show featuring intimate performances from some of music's greatest stars and the iconic songs that launched and propelled their careers will premiere with Rocker Rob Thomas nationwide this Saturday, January 8, 2022.

"THE SONG was such a fun experience," said Rob Thomas. "It was so great to revisit the stories behind the songs and reconnect with that feeling that compels you to write in the first place."

In addition to Thomas, THE SONG's new season features Rockers Collective Soul, Melissa Etheridge, and Styx, Pop songstresses Amy Grant and Sarah McLachlan, Soul singer Brian McKnight, Pop singer songwriter icon Kenny Loggins and Country star Gary Allan - all performing the songs that made them famous in this exciting weekly show reaching over 80 million households on 150 stations.

"We've been amazed week after week how viewers are connecting with these artists and their songs in this unique presentation," said 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."

The show is produced by Tupelo Honey and Oswald Entertainment Group, directed by renowned film and still photographer David "Doc" Abbott, written, edited and produced by Stephen Wallen and Scott Kono and booked by legendary talent producer Tisha Fein and talent coordinator Clay Myers. Gray Television is managing the syndication, led by Greg Conklin and George Johnson, predominantly on CBS, ABC, FOX and NBC affiliates including New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis, Dallas, San Francisco, Washington DC, and Seattle.

Season III is hosted by Krista Marie and includes a combination of episodes produced at various locations in Music City and on the road. THE SONG crew traveled to a private estate in Sherman, CT to film two episodes with Rob Thomas. Kenny Loggins and Sarah McLachlan were both lensed in California, Loggins at The Alcazar Theatre in Carpinteria and McLachlan at Hotel del Coronado. Collective Soul's episode was shot at Atlanta's Buckhead Theatre, and Brian McKnight's episode was captured across town at Terminal West. Gary Allan and Amy Grant's episodes were shot at Nashville's Analog at Hutton Hotel and Blackbird Studio, respectively, and Melissa Etheridge performed at the show's home base, TGL Farms near Nashville Tennessee. To top it all off, the Styx episode was shot following the band's performance at the beautiful new Hard Rock Casino in Cincinnati, Ohio.

"This is a massive undertaking, but we're excited to continue to grow and develop this show," said the show's Executive Producer Cary Glotzer, CEO and Chief Content Officer of Tupelo Honey, a Gray Television Company.

Season I was filmed exclusively at TGL Farms and kicked off with such iconic stars as All-4-One, Big & Rich, CeeLo Green, Don McLean, Rick Springfield, Rome Ramirez featuring Dirty Heads, Travis Tritt, and Gretchen Wilson. Season II of THE SONG traveled coast to coast to visit Jason Mraz at the Mraz Family Farm, Pat Monahan and Train at Concannon Vineyard in Northern California, Jewel in the Colorado Rockies high above Telluride, Richard Marx on the beautiful cliffs of Malibu, Clint Black at Analog at Hutton Hotel Nashville and the Marleys at the world famous Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Fla. Shooting wrapped where it all began, with Gavin DeGraw at TGL Farms outside Nashville, Tennessee.

The show is presented by Ally and brought to you by partnerships with Harley-Davidson, Hard Rock Hotels and Casinos, and powered by KICKER Performance Audio.

Early last year, THE SONG announced an exclusive partnership with Time Life to release live performances recorded exclusively for the show. Many of the songs recorded for Season I of the show are currently 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.

For great moments from both seasons of THE SONG, fans can log on to THESONG.TV to check out full performances and exclusive behind-the-scenes content. The site includes details for tuning into the show in specific markets.

Learn more at www.TheSong.TV.



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