Ex-KITTIE Bassist In 'America's Hot Musician': Episode 4 Now Online

August 20, 2007

"America's Hot Musician", the reality competition for instrumental artists which features ex-KITTIE bassist Talena Atfield as one of the judges, has made its fourth episode available online via YouTube. Watch it below.

"America's Hot Musician" debuted on July 18 in syndication and on the web. The show airs on WRNN in the New York tri-state area and in Los Angeles/Southern California on KDOC. Additional channels in syndication can be found on the show's web site at www.americashotmusician.org.

"America's Hot Musician" had gotten off to a rocky start after, according to the Hollywood Reporter, the cancellation of its launch on the Oxygen network and a subsequent $100 million lawsuit filed by American Youth Symphony, producers of the show, for breach of contract.

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