“Sessions at Willow Grove” is a lifestyle based television series created exclusively for Comcast’s Xfinity On Demand platform which features an array of Hollywood’s most talented performers.
The concert series kicks off on October 7, 2015 with multi-award winning artist David Duchovny, one of Hollywood’s most highly acclaimed actors. He has portrayed such iconic characters as Fox Mulder on “The X Files”, Hank Moody on “Californication” and currently stars on the NBC-TV/ITV limited series “Aquarius” which has been renewed for a second season. He’s starred in 32 motion pictures and is a published author.
Duchovny’s first solo album, “Hell or Highwater” was released summer 2015 through ThinkSay Records, distributed by the Caroline/Universal Music Group. Duchovny has combined his blend of poetic lyrics and infectious melodies into 12 self-penned tracks that reflect his style as a modern day story teller. States Duchovny: “I feel these songs represent the truest expression that I’ve ever been able to achieve and I look forward to sharing it with everyone.”
Special Guest artist Singer-Songwriter Bob Pressner has been called one of the first great troubadors of this generation since Paul Simon and James Taylor. His songs effortlessly combine the best of classic rock and Americana. Pressner has entertained audiences through his critically successful albums and over 40 million fans on YouTube have been captivated by his illustrious career. Bob Pressner has starred on his own Comcast on-demand TV concert and his upcoming album “Everyman” is a personal reflection on authenticity and being one’s true self. “Each song combines lyrics and music that are filled with pure emotion,” states Pressner.
“Everyman” is available for sale now via Amazon and iTunes. Pressner’s touching single “American Dream” has struck a chord throughout our country capturing the mood and the times that our nation is currently going through.
The Fall “Sessions of Willow Grove” featuring David Duchovny and Special Guest Artist Bob Pressner will air in December 2015 on Comcast’s Xfinity On Demand platform.
SOURCE Bob Pressner