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Sold-out Cowboy Junkies show to be on live webstream through NCTV, Fat Music Radio

The Center for the Arts, in collaboration with NCTV and Fat Music Radio, will present a live internet audio/video stream, “An Evening with the Cowboy Junkies (pictured),” at 8 p.m. Saturday.
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The Center for the Arts, in collaboration with NCTV and Fat Music Radio, will present a live internet audio/video stream, “An Evening with the Cowboy Junkies,” at 8 p.m. Saturday.

Viewers can enjoy this sold-out Center for the Arts concert from the comfort of their homes by tuning in to: thecenterforthearts.org or nevadacountytv.org.

For an audio-only live stream, the performance will be webcast in real time at fatmusicradio.com.



KVMR Radio, 89.5 FM will also broadcast the event live.

The critically acclaimed alternative-rock outfit The Cowboy Junkies are expected to give a show that is an eclectic mix of blues, country, folk, and jazz.




The concert will be live-streamed in its entirety.

This is the first in a series of collaborative events, hosted by the Center for the Arts, which will showcase the talent both coming to and emerging from our region.

“NCTV has the technology and the expertise, and The Center for the Arts is a world-class organization that attracts top talent from around the globe,” said NCTV board member Yvette Cadeaux. “We look forward to a collaboration that brings local performing artists to the world and also delivers world-class acts to Nevada County residents, who can listen live anywhere, whether they’re at home or on the go.

“All they need is a computer, smart phone or tablet and access to the internet,” she said.

Julie Baker, executive director of The Center for the Arts, is enthusiastic about merging the performing arts with locally created technology.

“We are thrilled about the partnership with NCTV and The Center, and the ability to use streaming technologies created by the award-winning Nevada City based tech company Telestream,” said Baker.

“It’s a win-win to showcase the level of talent we present here with the technology created here for the world to enjoy,” she added. “Let’s bring the world to Grass Valley!”


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