CNY Music Now is the Latest Music Series to Showcase Regional Artists

American Vintage Productions has announced a new partnership with X101 Always Classic and the Cortland Main Street Music Series to a new music series at Rose Hall in Cortland. Together, the partnership will host an hour-long radio show called CNY Music Now each week that features local and regional musicians. American Vintage Live will broadcast the videos and upload the webcasts of CNY Music Now through their Facebook page live each week on Tuesdays and Fridays at 8 p.m.

CNY Music Now
Austin MacRae will perform twice on the CNY Music Now show

CNY Music Now will also be available to listen to live on the X101 Always Classic 101.5FM WXHC. Charles Walton will host the show with artist/musician Molly Reagan Andrejko for 10 consecutive weeks following the debut show on November 8. Each week, the show will feature two musical guests every Sunday evening and combine live performances, interviews, and album cuts to provide fans with an inside look at the artist and their music.

Here is a look at the November lineup of CNY Music Now shows:

Mike and X101 have long been advocates for the local and regional music scene and we’re excited to partner with them. Without a way to present the Cortland Main Street Music Series this year, it was a natural progression for all our organizations to collectively work together to present this new series. We believe that this is one more step in all our efforts to expand the audience for regional musicians.

AVP Founder Chris Merkley

CNY Music Now follows the premiere of AVP’s first season of their weekly series called American Vintage Line. American Vintage Line provided livestreams of local and regional to substitute for the shut-down of live music events caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. AVP’s mission is to present live music and livestream events to the greater CNY region that bring people together through music. The series is presented by CFCU Community Credit Union with support from Dan and Rose McNeil Foundation.

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