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Chicago's The Luck of Eden Hall are providing the soundtrack for a new locally produced PBS children's TV show that premiered January 18, 2015.

by Henry Schneider, Published 2015-01-19

From The Luck of Eden Hall's press release:

We're on TV!
Moochie Kalala Detectives Club, starring Tim Kazurinsky (ex-Saturday Night Live)
Today, Sunday January 18th, at 11am CST the Moochie Kalala Detectives Club premiers on WTTW channel 11, Chicago's world renown PBS station. The show is produced by Dreaming Tree Films, whom Curvey worked with on the soundtrack for the film The Stream (currently being distributed by Cinedigm). "Both Estlin and Kelli at Dreaming Tree really like The Luck of Eden Hall and edited quite a few scenes to our music on this TV show project. You'll recognize "A Carney's Delirium" and "Queen of the Stars." "I also composed the psych rock theme song" said Curvey. If you miss the premier today you can still catch the show Saturdays at 8am CST and Sundays at 11am CST.


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Related artist(s): The Luck of Eden Hall

More info
http://reelchicago.com/article/ch-11-airs-first-locally-produced-kids-shows-ages150113

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