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Arts & Culture
Fri January 13, 2012
Spotlight on Local Music
Making a living as a working musician has never been easy. Most work day jobs and feed their stage passions at night and on weekends, playing in the corners of smoky bars and dimly-lit restaurants. The dream for many weekend warriors is to play music full-time. One New Hampshire musician that has made the leap is Plymouth’s Jim Tyrrell. Now he’s hoping to help other Granite State acts with a little promotion… by exposing them on a new local TV show as well as online. He talked with NHPR's Rick Ganley about playing music, his new show and the New Hampshire music scene.
You can see Plymouth Spotlight, his new TV show featuring music from New Hampshire artists, here.