Music Matters at MCTV

Image by Steve Damon

Each week MCTV is pleased to bring local, live music to you in both our regular schedule and for streaming via the Common People Concerts filmed by Janet Masucci.  Organized by Steve Damon of A Natural Music School with refreshments by the Friends of Gill, concerts are held every Tuesday at 7pm and are held on the Gill Common or at the Gill Congregational Church during inclement weather. Steve started the music series at Gill's Slate Memorial Library in 2007 and it has been going strong ever since. "We've had everything from jazz to punk to blues to drum circles; you name it we've had it. The concert happens no matter what."  The event is open and free to the public. 

The July 14th concert is now available for viewing and features the Impromptu Trio comprised of saxophonist Zack Jakub originally from Greenfield and now from Leyden, trumpet player Gary Maynard formerly the band director at the Eaglebrook School, and Keene guitarist Jeremy Milligan. Upcoming performances include the New England Flute Orchestra Piping Hot!, Off the Grid and barbershop group The Romeos.  This event is funded by the Gill Cultural Council. Check out the Latest MCTV Videos page or the TV Schedule for more.

Stay up to date with government policy and planning.  Each week videotaping of the Montague and Gill Selectboard meetings are uploaded to keep you informed.  In addition programming regarding landowner rights, the Opioid Task Force, fracking and the pipeline expansion, as well as the Cable Advisory and Gill Energy committees can found in our regular TV schedule.

Have a little fun and learn something local by catching the latest episodes of the Fat Detective and the Madison Show.  New episodes are up now!

Something going on you think others would like to see? Get in touch to learn about getting a camera and capturing the moment! (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 2nd Street in Turners between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. We'd love to work with you!

Posted: to General News on Wed, Jul 15, 2015
Updated: Tue, Jul 21, 2015

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