Channel 2 is now featuring some great local talent performing in videos that share the hiliday spirit of El Dorado County.
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Viewers will enjoy “Christmas in Coloma” 2012 at James Marshall Gold Discovery State Park as captured on video by El Dorado County’s Trevor Grace. See all the vendors, folks taking a carraige ride, kids making crafts and playing in the trucked in snow…and even be greeted by Santa! “Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow” is preformed by Robin Grace and Thom Bently of the Tepid Club of Cool. Produced for viewing on Sierra Community Access Television.
Bob Rawleigh sings his original “A Christmas Song.” He sings wearing his tuxedo as he stands by a grand piano. This is presented like we used to watch all the great singers in our youth. Bob is seen performing at many local community functions.
“Carol of the Bells” is from the Cimorelli’s Rockin’ Christmas. SCATV2 will be broadcasting this full 24-minute concert filmed by Roger Ruby of R.J. Ruby Productions. These young ladies are from El Dorado Hills. Channel 2 will be playing several of their holiday tunes. Also, watch for their “cover band” version of “We Are Never Getting Back Together,” original by Taylor Swift, which has over 7 million hits on YouTube. You will love their other holiday songs. El Dorado County is very proud of “our girls.” The girls recently signed with a major label associated with Capital Records.
“Fall Into Winter” by George Sabato is a digital video collage of scenes of hometown, Placerville. Enjoy autumn colors to the white dusting of snow that comes with this wonderful season of the year. Take a tour down Main Street and side streets as well. Enjoy some highlights of our annual Christmas Parade.
These programs will be broadcast on Comcast Channel 2 and will be streamed live at http://sierratv2.blogspot.com/ Christmas videos are also available On Demand at http://sierratv2.blogspot.com/p/video-on-demand.html