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Starting in Shelby Township, November 11 on channels 18 and 20.

Tuesdays and Thursdays @10:30am, 3:30pm and 12:30am. Saturdays @8pm and Sundays @4pm.

Starting November 11, 2003.

New shows coming later this year. Check back soon for updates.

Week one - Musical Renaissance #1 - Hosted by Nicole Tindall with local videos from Stewart Francke and Robb Roy. Plus interviews with Ken Calvert,Tom Ness and a special appearance by George Clinton.
(Aired twice on WB20 in 2002.)

Week two - The Starlight Drifters - Hosted by Brandy Miller and shot a Memphis Smoke in Royal Oak.
(Aired twice on UPN-50 in 2002.)

Week three - Musical Renaissance #2 - Hosted by Nicole Tindall and Shot at Talent Live studios in Canton with videos from Mustard Plug, Anton James, Halloween, Freddy and the Four-Gone Conclusions. Plus an interview with local film composer - Joe Loduca.

Week four - The Brothers Groove - Hosted by Brandy Miller and Shot a 5th Avenue in Royal Oak.
(In Association with Jam Rag magazine)

Week five - 1988 Musical Renaissance - Hosted by Matt Osborne with musical guest, Halloween and Sweet Teaze.
(In association with Jam Rag Magazine.)

Week six - The I-ROCK nightclub Special - The Sillies, RSP and Koyl.
Aired on UPN-50 in 2003) In association with Jam Rag.

Week seven - Ray Street Park - Includes message from O.D from Motor City Riffs heard on 101.1 FM WRIF every Sunday @10pm.

Week eight - The Sillies - Includes interview with Doug Podell from 101.1 WRIF and snippets from Howard Hertz and Gary Graff.

Week nine - Koyl - Includes snipets from Jam Rag publisher, Tom Ness.

Week ten - The Michigan Comedy show - Shot at Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle with laughs from Mike Ridley and Kevin Wheeler.

Approximately 22,000 households.

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Coming soon to Ann Arbor.
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