(see clips at YouTube!)

First Tuesday of every month
in Manhattan & on the Web @ 10:30 pm

ch. 67 (Time/Warner); ch. 85 (RCN);
ch. 36 (Verizon FiOS); ch. 16 (plain ol' tv)
Simulcast on the web @
(just click on the "ch. 67" icon & it just might work)

Third Saturday of every month
in Brooklyn & on the Web @ 2pm
ch. 34 (Time/Warner); ch. 42 (Verizon);
ch. 67 (Cablevision); ch. 82 (RCN)
Simulcast on the web @

(scroll down to "Watch BCAT Live" & click on the little TV "1" icon)

On March 5th, 1993, I produced the very first episode of A Man, a Bass & a Box of Stuff, 28-1/2 minutes of music, merriment & mayhem spotlighting independent artists slugging it out in the trenches of the music business. (Teresa Tudury was the guest.) On May 31, 2002, I produced the 157th episode (with Arthur Adams as guest), the last one shot in a studio in L.A. The show currently airs in New York City and on the Internet; it aired in Los Angeles from 1993 to 2002.

Since moving back to New York, the show's evolved into ManBassBoxTV, 28 minute made-for-TV movies that put the "real" back into "reality TV." I shoot and edit them myself; so far I've cranked out over 40 more episodes in this fashion. They've featured footage culled from life here in "the big city," as well as adventures in The Catskills, Maine, Ohio, North Carolina, Florida and beyond. And of course there's plenty of documentation of the process of preparation for "The March to the NYC Cabaret Debut." Yup, riveting telephotojournalism indeed. As we like to say here at the spacious offices of ManBassBoxTV, TV might get different, but it just doesn't get any better.

Click here to see a full list
of all who have appeared
on the series, including links
to the artists.

Click here to see the video
Highlights from the
1st 100 Episodes!

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