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THE ARTS

Making of Bluegrass Underground

  • Aired: 12/05/2011
  • 04:10
  • Rating: NR
Produced by Nashville-based journalist Craig Havighurst, this "making of" video montage is an insightful look at he realities of filming a full television production 333-feet deep underground for one of the most unusual concert shoots ever. All audio, light and TV equipment is hauled by Jeeps, one trailer at a time. The music is from the show: "East Meets Wes" performed by the John Cowan Band.
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Producer Craig Havighurst shot this "making of" look at filming 333-feet underground.
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