Bakersfield, CA, August 31, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- TVS Television Network will produce another season of "Battle of the Bands" for broadcast, cable, mobile, and digital television platforms. The 13 episodes will be produced on Sunday nights beginning September 17 at LaPlazita Supper Club in Bakersfield, CA. The first two seasons of ‘Battle of the Bands’ were produced at the since demolished Silver Saddle Casino in Las Vegas and appeared on Azteca America and TV4U.
Six bands will compete on the show, with the winner receiving $5,000, a gig in Las Vegas, and a record contract distributed by Universal Music.
TVS also produces Senior Prom, a dance show for Baby Boomers; Rock and Roll Reunion, and Country Roads music programming for television. In addition, TVS has produced TV classic music specials featuring Sweetwater, Big Brother & the Holding Company, The Grass Roots, Moby Grape, Chico Hamilton, The Miracles, and Iron Butterfly.
Rock and Roll Reunion features Len Barry (Dovells), Chuck Jackson, Robert Parker, Ernie K Doe, Frankie Ford, Jean Knight, Donnie Brooks, Jewel Akins, Merillee Rush, Spencer Davis, The Cufflinks, Chris Montez, Al Wilson, Jim Yester (The Association), Bruce Belland (Four Preps), Chuck Rio (The Champs), Lenny Welch, J J Jackson, Mitch Ryder, Ian Whitcomb, Mark Lindsay, Pete Rivera (Rare Earth), Cannibal & The Headhunters Brian Hyland, Lou Christie, Bobby ‘Boris’ Pickett, The Mermaids, and the Bay City Rollers.
About TVS: The TVS Television Network is the fourth oldest commercial broadcast network in the USA. It was founded in 1960 and for many years was the number one independent TV network in the USA. TVS produced and distributed major sports events such a college basketball, PGA and LPGA Golf, PBA and LPBT Bowling, Pro Rodeo, NASCAR, Indy Car Championships, the World Football League, IWA Wrestling, Championship Boxing, ABA Basketball, and AIAW CHampionships. TVS also produced many entertainment, and news programs, including Portraits of Power- in Association with the New York Times. TVS still produces and distributes about 250 shows yearly from its campus in the Greater Los Angeles area. TVS is owned by Tom Ficara, celebrating 27 years as the head of the company.