After the success of season one in 2021, Circle Network’s hit show “Landmarks: The Stages of Country Music” is back for a second season that will take viewers through some of the most iconic music venues in the Austin, Nashville, Denver areas, including Red Rocks, Austin City Limits, 3rd and Lindlsey, Whiskey Jam and more. The series will feature country music stars including Brantley Gilbert, Darius Rucker, Lindsay Ell, Jimmie Allen, Michael Ray, Cody Johnson, Charlie Worsham, Mitchell Tenpenny, Jon Pardi and many more, who will walk viewers through each venue, sharing their favorite memories including performing and watching other stars perform on each stage. Episode ten will even take viewers to Clarksdale, MS, where Hollywood legend Morgan Freeman will go behind the scenes of his very own blues club, Ground Zero.
“We’re thrilled to bring Landmarks back for a second season on Circle Network,” said Evan Haiman, Senior Vice President of Content at Circle Network. “Bringing country music content to the genre’s biggest fans is our mission here at Circle, and this show does just that by telling the stories of country music’s most iconic venues from the perspective of those who have worked at, performed on and built their stages.”
In the series, country singer Lindsay Ell tells the story by stating, “Things happen in venues, on stages, that you cannot create on a recording. There’s just a magic that happens.”
“Landmarks: The Stages of Country Music” will premiere on Circle Network on Wednesday, 9/7 at 11:30 EST. New episodes will air each Wednesday at the same time, concluding with the finale on November 23. Check your local listings here.
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