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Brass Tree Sessions second season premiere slated for next Saturday night on CPT12

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Safe Boating is No Accident's Leighton Peterson and the estimable gents behind the laudably local music series Brass Tree Sessions are preparing to embark on the second season of their live performance series. We've got a sneak peek of the first episode, featuring Snake Rattle Rattle Snake, recorded this past summer at the Brass Tree house in Baker, which is slated to premiere on Colorado Public Television (CPT12) next weekend on Saturday, November 3 at 9 p.m. The quality on these shows just keeps getting better. The crew has eight episodes out of a total thirteen already filmed. Continue on to get a glimpse of what's in store this season.

See also: - DIY-minded creative collective Brass Tree brings house shows to video life - Channel 12's live session series, Sounds on 29th, to begin taping next week

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