Live streaming this Friday at 7:30 NS (Atlantic), Life As A Human features two-time JUNO Award winning folk musician – the troubadour with a banjo – Old Man Luedecke. See this master songwriter in the tradition of the great folk artists like Woody Guthrie in the most intimate of settings, a “house concert” in a small town Shelburne Nova Scotia recording studio, HarbourTone Productions. Via simulcast, join 30 lucky audience members as the Old Man spins his wisdom and strums his signature banjo.
Live streaming begins tonight (Friday November 7th) at 7:30 NS!
This concert is part of a project to bring a new sitcom concept to television. SCRATCH TRACKS, the sitcom is in a competition called Comedy Coup, and it’s made the cut to the top 55 of 300 projects. SCRATCH TRACKS creator and writer, Darcy Rhyno, is one of Life As a Human’s stall of regular contributors and an award-winning fiction and magazine writer. His team of three is rounded out by HarbourTone owner and Scratch Tracks video and audio editor Alex Buchanan and by Rob Stork, two-time Emmy nominated writer and Emmy winning producer whose work has appeared on PBS, Discovery and Disney.
To find out how you can support their efforts to get into production, see their teaser video and lots of other content, visit SCRATCH TRACKS. Darcy, Alex and Rob are working to raise awareness about their concept and the competition, which involves fan engagement and voting. Scratch Tracks is about a failed LA music producer who returns to his small town Canadian home and the starter studio in his Grandma’s basement. The show will spin fictional stories around real life musicians like Old Man Luedecke. Darcy built an episode around him and his song “The Palace is Golden” about the comedy and heartbreak around the topic of fertility – “Has something in the water made a mess out of me that we ain’t got no baby?” sings the musician.
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