KITTIE Clips Featured In 'America's Hot Musician' Opening Theme

"America's Hot Musician", the "American Idol"-like competition for instrumental musicians debuting on the Oxygen network in July, has released its opening theme with clips from the KITTIE video "What I Always Wanted" via its web site at The clips will be shown in a Jumbotron graphic on the televised program.

The show, which features ex-KITTIE bassist Talena Atfield as one of the judges, begins taping the first round in May, showcasing male and female musicians from all over the country playing a wide range of styles.

"America's Hot Musician" has a mission to promote instrumental music in popular culture and will feature clips from each of the judges in its opening theme. National Symphony Orchestra violinist Marissa Regni and Duke Ellington Orchestra trombonist Gregory Charles Royal also have featured clips. New audio tracks have been set to the clips for a cohesive musical theme.


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