(Hendersonville, TN.) August 18, 2010–For any one who has ever wondered what it is like to be in the studio with artists such as Greater Vision, Mark Lowry, Crabb Revival and Clint Brown, the Live At Oak Tree series answers the question in entertaining fashion.  This unique “reality” video series gives viewers a behind the scenes look at their favorite artists.  From arriving at the studio, through hair and makeup, to recording favorite songs, cameras are following the artists all day, capturing what viewers might otherwise never be able to experience.  Viewers also get a rare sneak peek into heart and soul of the artists: why they do what they do, how it has changed their lives and what the music means to them. With personal interviews and the stories behind the songs, artists are able to tell, in their own words, about the experiences that have brought them to where they are today.  There are always unique combinations and special guests popping in to provide memorable moments as well.     
In addition to airing the Live At Oak Tree videos Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:30 pm EST, the Inspiration Network will now be showing the series every weekday at 6:30 pm EST.  Tune in every day to watch another one of your favorite artists as they record, talk about life on the road and mingle with other artists.  To purchase a full-length copy of any of the Live At Oak Tree DVD/CD sets, visit you local Christian retailer or
Daywind Records is based in Hendersonville, TN, and is distributed worldwide through New Day Christian Distributors.  In addition to the artists mentioned, Daywind is home to such great artists as Legacy Five, The Perrys, and Brian Free and Assurance, among others.
INSP is a 24 hour-a-day network available to more than 62 million U.S. households via cable and satellite television. The network targets the millions of Americans who embrace inspirational values. INSP features original and exclusive music programs and a wide variety of different ministry programming. INSP is distributed to more than 2,400 cable systems representing 24 million subscribers and to DIRECTV’s more than 17 million subscribers via channel 364 and DISH Network’s more than 13 million subscribers via channel 259.
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