Santa Clarita Teen Brother-Sister Duo Features Songs from their Debut Album, ‘Not Quite New,’ Chat with Host in Second Guest Spot on ‘House Blend’
Limitless, the Santa Clarita teen brother-sister duo featuring singer-songwriters Emily and Ryan Arshonsky, make their second appearance SCVTV’s “House Blend” hosted by Santa Clarita journalist Stephen K. Peeples on an all-new edition of the WAVE-nominated music-and-interview series premiering Saturday, March 29, 2014, at 10 p.m. (Pacific).
Emily, 16, and Ryan, 14, perform unplugged versions of four original songs — “Second Choice” and “Take Me Down” from their 2013 debut album “Not Quite New,” plus “When You Come Home” and “A Song,” both written since the album’s sessions and previously unrecorded.
Limitless ‘Not Quite New’ to ‘House Blend’
The Arshonsky sibs debuted on “House Blend” in September 2011, kicking off Season 2 of the series with their very first original single, “Slipped.”
Now, in Season 4 of “House Blend,” Limitless’ latest set marks their first TV performances of all four newer songs, and reflects their growth as artists in the past few years.
Between songs, Emily and Ryan talk with Peeples about their musical inspirations and aspirations, and the sessions for “Not Quite New,” a fully produced album on which Ryan played all the acoustic and electric guitars and programmed numerous other instruments. Their father, Rich Arshonsky, played keyboards on several tracks as well.
The duo discusses why they like singing and writing songs together, at an age when many brothers and sisters wouldn’t dream of even hanging out together.
They also talk about their individual pursuits outside of Limitless. Emily is a junior at West Ranch High School in Stevenson Ranch, and co-captain of the school’s dance team. Ryan, an 8th grader at Rancho Pico Junior High, also plays guitar in the band Breaking 27.
Find out more about Limitless on their Facebook and YouTube pages.
About SCVTV’s ‘House Blend’ with Stephen K. Peeples
Santa Clarita journalist Stephen K. Peeples books, researches and writes “House Blend.” He co-produces the series with SCVTV studio director Megan Perez. She also directs each show, assisted by sound engineer Mike Mazzetti and the studio staff at the SCVTV Media Center in Newhall, Calif. Leon Worden, SCVTV president/CEO, is “House Blend” executive producer.
The series premiered on SCVTV in September 2010 and airs and streams Saturdays at 10 p.m. (PT), with an encore telecast Thursday nights at 10.
“House Blend” is now in its fourth season and one of SCVTV’s most-watched programs. All shows produced to date – more than 40 original editions with music and interviews and a dozen all-music best-of compilations – are archived and viewable on demand.
The May 2011 “House Blend” program featuring legendary folk-country-bluegrass artists Chris Hillman and Herb Pedersen is a series highlight. The show was one of three finalists for a WAVE award from the Western Alliance for Community Media. Read more here.
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Santa Clarita journalist Stephen K. Peeples is a features writer and photographer for KHTS Radio News (hometownstation.com) and SCVTV’s SCVNews.com. He also writes the occasional “Peeples Place at KHTS” blog post, and independently provides editorial and social media services for select clients. On TV, Peeples is host, writer and co-producer of the popular “House Blend” music and interview show on SCVTV, community television for the Santa Clarita Valley (scvhouseblend.com). In addition, he delivers the KHTS/SCVTV “SCV Entertainment Beat” report Wednesday night during SCVTV’s SCV NewsBreak telecast. Contact him at skp (at) stephenkpeeples.com or visit https://stephenkpeeples.com.
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