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Songs at the Center

Hosted by singer-songwriter Eric Gnezda, from the Midland Theatre in Newark, OH (Pronunciations: Krist=rhymes with "wrist"; Fratianne= Frat-ee-ANN; Gnezda=NEZZ-duh). CARLY FRATIANNE - Carly Fratianne of the band, Souther, left home at 18 for the haze of Los Angeles, in search of the life she'd spent her childhood dreaming about. After several storied years and with the marks to prove it, she returned to Ohio empty-handed, but thoroughly inspired. With polished chops and something to prove, she began...
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Sunday, August 2 at 2:00 am on 12.1


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SONGS AT THE CENTER is a new national music series featuring accomplished singer-songwriters performing "in the round" before a live audience. The weekly, half-hour program showcases three-to-four artists per episode, and includes interviews and short features. Songs at the Center is hosted and co-created by Eric Gnezda, an award-winning songwriter and Emmy-nominated TV journalist, who conceived the program based upon his decades of performing in venues across America, from concert and convention halls, to Nashville's iconic Bluebird Cafe.