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Smithsonian rocks with new music series

The Smithsonian Channel is set to rock in the New Year with a new series: Rock ‘N’ Roll Inventions. The six-episode series looks at the many musical innovations that make up ...
December 22, 2016

The Smithsonian Channel is set to rock in the New Year with a new series: Rock ‘N’ Roll Inventions.

The six-episode series looks at the many musical innovations that make up rock’n’roll history, including the introduction of the electric guitar, multi-track recording studios, and laser shows.

The series interviews a number of musicians, including Moby, Martha Reeves, Dave Davies and Graham Nash.

The series is produced by Sky Vision, and its executive producers for Sky Vision are Richard Ackerman and Danny Tipping. For Smithsonian Channel executive producers are David Royle and Joy Galane.

Rock ‘N’ Roll Inventions premieres on the Smithsonian Channel Jan. 16 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

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