Recap: REMIX Watch Parties Were a Blast!


Along with Levitt AMP grantees, we co-presented 20 virtual concerts over 12 music-filled weeks this summer for the 2020 Levitt AMP Virtual Music Series. The amazing array of artists and spectacular sonic diversity soon left us hungry for more, so last month, we partnered with Levitt AMP grantees once again to present a new twist on the series: REMIX! 

Viewers tuned in from far and wide for Episode II of REMIX

Viewers tuned in from far and wide for Episode II of REMIX

Featuring a curated selection of the most memorable musical moments from each concert, REMIX spanned three episodes, each premiering  with a Friday night watch party on Facebook. We were thrilled to see people from all corners of the country tune into the broadcast, and loved reading all the comments left by Levitteers during the show! Even if you missed the premiere, you can still experience each episode of REMIX on our Vimeo channel — scroll down to start watching!

Episode I brings a mix of rock, soul, folk, world music and more with original songs by Allison Grace, Chicago Farmer, Southern Avenue, Amy LaVere & Will Sexton, Valley Wolf, and Wicked Tinkers. 

Co-presented by 64.6 Downtown, Galva Arts Council, Middlesboro Main Street, Potters House Houston, UC Merced Arts, and Brewery Arts Center

Episode II keeps the groove going with a spicy selection of jazz, blues, neo-folk, Americana and more from HuDost, Wayne Graham, EhShawnee, Jimmy Wolf, The Deep Hollow, Blackwater Railroad Company and LowDown Brass Band.

Co-presented by Catamount Arts, Cowan Community Center, NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley, Vision Soldotna and John Michael Kohler Arts Center.

Episode III features a bubbling brew of bluegrass, roots, rap, rock and more from William Elliott Whitmore, The Possum Queens, Nur-D, Julie Black, The Woodshedders and Levi Platero in the Halloween-themed series finale. 

Co-presented by Earlham Chicks With Checks, Berea Arts Council, CREATE Portage County, Jefferson County Parks & Recreation and Gallup MainStreet Arts and Cultural District.

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