Music Voyager to showcase Pueblo



Over the course of several days this month, the TV show Music Voyager visited Pueblo. The show, which tapes in both the U.S. and abroad, filmed as much arts and culture as it could squeeze in over July 9-12. (After that, it spent the next week in Telluride.)

While in Pueblo, the crew filmed a concert with the Haunted Windchimes, visited Lastleaf Printing, boogie boarded on the Arkansas River and spent time along the Creative Corridor scouting the murals and sipping Solar Roast Coffee. Other film stops included a chat with a low rider club and work at a chile farm. Many appear in my April cover story regarding the city's developing arts scene.

In a video interview with the Pueblo Chieftain, director and cinematographer Adam Barton said, "I think it's a true artist's city. I've been really impressed with the amount and quality of the art. It seems like a city that's started to really embrace that."

The episode will air on PBS next March.

Requisite high humor from the show's Facebook page.
  • Requisite high humor from the show's Facebook page.

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