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OurVinyl: Folk/Americana

Various Artists

Year: 2016

Runtime: 00:49:36

OurVinyl TV films live sessions with emerging musicians, which can be thought of as something between concert footage and a music video. Each video is filmed in a unique location that adds a visual component to compliment the music, which is always tracked live on the spot. OurVinyl TV is headquartered in Nashville, so most (but not all) of the videos are filmed in Nashville and the surrounding area.

Various Artists Available In:

Folk, Indie

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