Season 1 of WABE Studios music-documentary series “Sounds Like ATL” debuts on TV, radio & online.
WABE Studios’s multi-platform, in-depth look at artists amplifying Atlanta’s famed music scene features exclusive interviews and musical performances.
(ATLANTA) WABE, Atlanta’s home for NPR and PBS, announced the premiere of “Sounds Like ATL,” the WABE Studios’s docu-series amplifying Atlanta musicians. Season 1 of the 12-episode series debuts Friday, November 4 at 8 p.m. on WABE 90.1FM, 11 p.m. on WABE TV (Channel 30) and will be available online at wabe.org shortly after.
“Sounds Like ATL” features talent from various genres with Atlanta connections. Each hourlong episode takes an in-depth look behind the music with interviews detailing the artists’ journeys and performances recorded live from the City Winery stage in Atlanta. Guest hosts include Speech from Arrested Development, music executives Craig Garrett and Stacey Epps, Neranenah Executive Director Joe Alterman and Algebra Blessett.
View the “Sounds Like ATL” Season 1 Trailer here.
“WABE Studios developed ‘Sounds Like ATL’ as part of our mission to inform, inspire, reflect and empower the greater Atlanta community,” said WABE Chief Content Officer Scott Woelfel. “Audiences will have a chance to enjoy Atlanta favorites and discover new ones. Whether watching online, on WABE TV, or listening to 90.1FM, ‘Sounds Like ATL’ is an experience unique to Atlanta and its influential music scene.”
- Algebra Blessett
- Ansley Stewart
- Baby Rose
- Beth Schafer
- Book Club
- Brenda Nicole Moorer
- Cleveland Jones
- Eliot Bronson
- India Shawn
- Joy Conaway
- Kameron Corvet
- Mausiki Scales & Common Ground Collective
- Mercury Orkestar
- Raquel Lilly
- Rising Appalachia
- Ruby Velle and the Soulphonics
“Sounds Like ATL” is produced by WABE Studios. Season 1 is produced by Jaime Green and Craig M. Garrett. Jennifer Dorian, Scott Woelfel, Aishah Rashid-Hyman and Daniel Keller-Bradshaw serve as executive producers.
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WABE, formerly Public Broadcasting Atlanta (PBA), operates public media stations WABE (90.1FM) and WABE TV (Channel 30), Atlanta’s original, independent, non-profit sources for news and local stories and choice for NPR and PBS. Our stations deliver fact-based journalism and inclusive, engaging, cultural content that informs, inspires, reflects, and empowers the millions who call the Greater Atlanta area home. WABE’s programs, podcasts, and events make Atlanta’s stories and storytellers accessible and relevant across a variety of platforms for our diverse audience of listeners, viewers, visitors, and members. Go to www.wabe.org for additional information.