Great Big Sea’s Alan Doyle will be one of the artists to perform during “Budweiser Stage at Home,” in a May 26, 2020 story. (Photo Contributed)

Black Crowes, the Trews among artists in Budweiser Stage at Home TV concerts

TORONTO — Live Nation Canada and Budweiser are launching a weekly, one-hour concert TV series starting this weekend.

“Budweiser Stage at Home” will premiere Saturday on Citytv and Citytv.com, with performances by the Black Crowes with the Trews.

Juno-nominated musician and Sportsnet broadcaster Tara Slone will be filmed hosting each special at the Budweiser Stage waterfront venue in downtown Toronto, without an audience.

The artists will be filmed remotely in their respective locations.

The shows will also be available to stream on Live Nation’s Live From Home platform.

Other artists in the weekly series include Blue Rodeo and Alan Doyle, who will be featured on June 6.

The specials will also feature performances and interviews with artists who were set to play Budweiser Stage this season or have previously performed at the venue.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 25, 2020.

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