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Music and travel TV series features Albany, Columbus

The television music and lifestyle travel series Music Voyager features Albany and Columbus in its show. The television music and lifestyle travel series Music Voyager features Albany and Columbus in its show.
Music Voyager makes an emotional visit to the Albany Civil Rights Institute to meet Rutha Mae Harris and the Freedom Singers in Albany. (Source: Georgia Public Broadcasting) Music Voyager makes an emotional visit to the Albany Civil Rights Institute to meet Rutha Mae Harris and the Freedom Singers in Albany. (Source: Georgia Public Broadcasting)
In the show, Tacuma Bradley visits Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Albany. (Source: Georgia Public Broadcasting) In the show, Tacuma Bradley visits Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Albany. (Source: Georgia Public Broadcasting)
Merry Acres, a hotel owned by entrepreneur Bo Henry, is featured in the show. (Source: Georgia Public Broadcasting) Merry Acres, a hotel owned by entrepreneur Bo Henry, is featured in the show. (Source: Georgia Public Broadcasting)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The television music and lifestyle travel series Music Voyager features Albany and Columbus Georgia among its episodes on Georgia Public Broadcasting.

The show's host Tacuma Bradley immerses himself in the music, food and culture of Southwest Georgia in the most recent episode of the series.

Albany is the third city featured in the show's Georgia tour, where musician and entrepreneur Bo Henry takes Bradley quail hunting, followed by an emotional visit to the Albany Civil Rights Institute to meet Rutha Mae Harris and the Freedom Singers.

The show originally aired June 26 on GPB.

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The show's producers say Music Voyager hosts have traveled across the globe to hear the music, taste the food and visit the off-the-beaten path attractions and events that only the locals know.

Previous episodes have featured cities including Tokyo, Tel Aviv, Bogata, Istanbul, Nashville, and New Orleans.

Learn more about the show

The Georgia episodes of “Music Voyager” were produced by Tantra World Wide Inc. in partnership with the Georgia Department of Economic Development, the Georgia Tourism Foundation, the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Albany Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Athens Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Macon Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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