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Spectrum: 1993 Spectrum:1993 / Optimum: 951 Optimum 68 / FiOs 2134
On the Emmy Winning BRIC Network
WOW! Factor Award
B Hilarious! Award
Junk and Jam Live
B Harmonious Award
Engaging Music Program
In the Ghetto | Alt-Blues Artist Yurby | Junk and Jam Live
Junk and Jam Live | Featuring Alt-Blues Artist Yurby | Intro
Alt-Blues Artist Yurby | Interview | Junk and Jam Live
Ghetto Discoveries | Feat. Alt-Blues Artist Yurby | Junk and Jam Live
Hands Up | Alt-Blues Artist Yurby | Junk and Jam Live
Big House | Indie-Pop Duo Sanderling | Junk and Jam Live
Indie-Pop Duo Sanderling Interview | Junk and Jam Live
COVID Hell | Junk and Jam Live
How Do You Duo | A Junk and Jam Live Original Game
90 Days | Indie-Pop Duo Sanderling | Junk and Jam Live
Glam-Rock Pop Band Fab the Duo | Junk and Jam Live Interview
LGBT-Who? | Fab the Duo | Junk and Jam Live
Our Love is Resistance | Glam-Rock Pop Band Fab the Duo | Junk and Jam Live
Good Distraction | Glam-Rock Pop Band Fab the Duo | Junk and Jam Live
LATEST EPISODE | Featuring Alt-Blues Artist Yurby | Junk and Jam Live
Optimum 68 / FiOs 2134
Spectrum:1993 / Optimum: 951 / Verizon: 47
Special guest, Alternative Folk, Blues and R&B Artist Yurby, joins host of Junk and Jam Live Christopher Albert to talk all about her inspiring journey in music, and how she uses her voice - to give voice - to others who are often unheard.
Accompanied by drummer Oscar 'Ozzie' Silva (of Rock Band InCircles), and Keith Gabriel Hernandez (of ST4Music) on the synth keys, Yurby performs her love for the hood anthem 'In The Ghetto', and delivers a powerful performance of her profound hit 'Hands Up'.
Yurby also engages in a lighthearted game entitled 'Ghetto Discoveries'
What began as a satirical online segment of graphics, memes and shareable content entitled Junk and Jam, has now evolved into a larger platform for Christopher Albert – vocal, stand-up, improv performer and writer, as well as broadcaster – to share not only his body of comedic work, but also showcase the works of other artists and performers.
Modeled after the late-night show format, Junk and Jam Live is an interactive showcase that includes humorously-crafted segments, including monologues, topical desk pieces, games, guest performances and interviews.
Most exciting, Junk and Jam Live is shot in front of a live, energetic studio audience, at a high-tech TV studio and soundtstage located within the impressive Manhattan Neighborhood Network facilities in Manhattan, New York City.
Junk and Jam Live was first conceived with the help of the TV engineers at the beautifully sprawling
Los Angeles Valley College campus.