Tom Breiding's "Steeltown, Coalfields, and the Unbroken Circle" to air on PCN television
On Nov. 11, the Pennsylvania Cable Network will premier Tom's program Steeltown, Coalfields, and the Unbroken Circle for Humanities on the Road, the PA Humanities television series. The show was recorded at the Pump House, on the former site of Homestead Steel. Rivers of Steel, a local non-profit preservation group hosted the event. For a preview, visit: http://www.humanitiesontheroad.org/home/steeltowns-coalfields-and-the-unbroken-circle-premieres-this.html
For more about the series from the Pennsylvania Humanites Council: http://www.pahumanities.org/
PHC's New Arts & Culture Television Show
Pennsylvania Humanities Council and Pennsylvania Cable Network have joined forces to present Humanities on the Road, a new arts and culture-themed television show that takes a fascinating look at artists, scholars and storytellers from across the state. Hosted by award-winning journalist Tracey Matisak, the series features talent from PHC's speakers bureau.
Filmed in front of live audiences at cultural venues across Pennsylvania and broadcast on PCN-TV (the Commonwealth's version of C-Span), Humanities on the Road is available to 3.3 million households statewide.
Tom has just recorded a vocal track for Italian artist Lorenzo Bertocchini, pictured here. Tom's vocal track will appear on Lorenzo's song "If You're Going My Way" from the Italian artist's upcoming album. Tom is joined on the tune by fellow Pittsburghers Marc Reisman and Joe Grushecky. Also appearing on the album are Rosie Flores, Duane Jarvis, Elliott Murphy, Dan Bern, Bill Toms, and others.
For more information about Lorenzo, visit his website: http://www.lorenzobertocchini.com/
For pictures of Tom and Lorenzo Bertocchini in Austin, TX, visit the Photo Gallery page.
Tom Breiding/AmeriSon Studio provide original audio track for award-winning Televison commercial
Helping Our Heroes, a public service announcement featuring former Steeler Rocky Bleier and host Michael Moreland, won a National Tele Award in 2010. Tom wrote and produced the music portion of this VA Healthcare VISN4 television commercial . The commercial was created by Cortron Media in Pittsburgh, PA, and aired in more than 13 states.
The commercial was directed and edited by Don Wright. Visit Don, Lou Cordera and Doug Malcolm at Cortron's web page: http://www.cortronmedia.com/