Q39 Renaissance City Choirs, Pittsburgh

1996 interview with Susan Haugh, John Brown and Ann Carlson of Renaissance City Men’s and Women’s Choirs in Pittsburgh. From the second broadcast season of Network Q Out Across America, which originally aired on public television in the United States.

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Produced and edited by David Surber; principal camera by Louis Rodriguez; sound, lighting, additional camera and production assistance by Michael Steed and Elizabeth Gullett. Incidental music contributed by Margie Adam.

Q35 Outtake: “Watch The Q Station, Watch It All Day”

Street musician in Denver improvises a jingle for us. From Network Q Out Across America Episode 35, September 1994. Watch more Network Q Out Across America.

Produced and directed by David Surber; camera and lighting by Louis Rodriguez; Associate Producer Carol Morgan; online editor and graphics by Rick Rubin at CNN Post Production. Distributed by subscription on VHS tape in 1994, and on public television in the US in 1995.

Q36 Out In Toronto: Kumbaya Music Festival 1994

Coverage of the second Kumbaya Music Festival in Toronto, ON Canada. Singer Molly Johnson was the force behind bringing 165 Canadian musicians together to raise money for the country’s AIDS service organizations. Featuring Johnson, event producer Mark Smith, Ed Robertson and Barenaked Ladies, The Rankin Family, Kim Mitchell, 5th Column, and Randy Bachman. From Network Q Out Across America Episode 36, October 1994. Watch more Network Q.

Produced and directed by David Surber; camera and lighting by Louis Rodriguez; Associate Producer Carol Morgan; online editor and graphics by Rick Rubin at CNN Post Production. Distributed by subscription on VHS tape in 1994, and on public television in the US in 1995.

Q32 Karel, “The White Sylvester”

Singer and music entrepreneur Karel talks about the challenges of being out in the music business, and owning his own label. From Network Q Out Across America Episode 32, June 1994. Watch more Network Q Out Across America.

Produced and directed by David Surber; Associate Producer Carol Morgan; camera and lighting by Louis Rodriguez; edited by Clark Morris, Gerald Brewer and Michael Turri; graphics by Kelly Lujan; post production :30 Second St., Ltd.; incidental music Some Stuff from Huff.

Originally distributed via subscription on VHS tape; aired on public television in the US in 1995.