Friday, March 23, 2007

Susan Tedeschi, Kip Winger, Pam Tillis, Michael Martin Murphey possibles for TV pilot to be filmed at the Scottish Rite Temple in April


Susan Tedeschi
Originally uploaded by Carl Lender.
Secrets of the Heart Performance Series, says John Grindley, is a TV pilot to be filmed in Shreveport: "A stellar line up of international recording artists and hit songwriters will light up the Scottish Rite Temple Performance Hall with three performances Friday, April 6th, 7:30 p.m. two performances on Saturday, April 7th, 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

These performances focus on the artist/writer genius’ who tell the true stories behind the inspiration of their hit songs, then perform these songs the way they were originally created.

Major performers currently in negotiations to appear on the pilots are: Ed Bruce (Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys), Kip Winger (Winger), three time Grammy nominated blues recording artist/writer Susan Tedeschi, Pam Tillis, Gordon Kennedy (Change the World), Michael Martin Murphey (Wildfire), Ron Sexsmith (a favorite recording artist/songwriter of Paul McCartney’s) and James Slater (In My Daughter’s Eyes).

Tickets to be in the audience for these television pilots are $10 each.
Seating is limited."

Ticket locations: Shreveport Music, Southfield Music, Oreck Floor Care Center Bayou Walk, Travis Boating Center East Texas St. Bossier City.

Info: (318) 677-4218

3 comments:

trudeau said...

Debbie Unversaght wrote:
For "Secrets of the Heart", we need a live audience, a packed house. There will be three different performances with different artist for each.

There will also be a kids segment, ages third and fourth grades, in the program called "Kid Pan Alley." This segment will be shot @ 5PM on Thursday April 4th.

Will Mitchell is executive producer director, Doug Metzger producer - he's huge in the industry -along with Mark Vargo as the director of photography. Hope you'll be at one or all of the shows.

Kathryn Usher said...

OH MY GOD! YOU'VE GOT TO GO! Great music and the venue is so beautiful.

Kathryn Usher said...

I hate to comment again but if you go to Shreveportscottishrite.com and click on photographs, you'll see how awesome this venue is.