New Television Station Combines Rock And Roll With Images Of Earth From Space

Acclaimed musician Nathan East and his son Noah East are part of a new project called Earthoteric, a digital telecast featuring internationally renowned music streamed over images of Earth from space. The musicians are enthusiastic about the potential of the project, which brings the beauty of the planet into the public eye.

“What an exciting time we live in, where the wonder of our planet can be presented to the world’s population and continue to inspire positive human action and interaction.” -Edwina Rogers, Earthoteric Board

Nathan Harrell East is an American jazz, R&B, and rock bass player and vocalist who just kicked off the U.S. Open with Phil Collins. With more than 2,000 recordings, East is considered one of the most prolific bass players in the history of music, is a founding member of the contemporary jazz quartet Fourplay, and has also recorded, performed and co-written songs with performers such as Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson, Joe Satriani, George Harrison, Stevie Wonder, Toto, Daft Punk, and Herbie Hancock.

Earthoteric is the first American television program to show stunning views of our amazing planet coupled with music from well-known and up-and-coming artists. From your computer or cable network, Earthoteric delivers “Your Earth, Your Music, Our Pleasure.”