'The Music Show' has been a small mom and pop operation Ray and his wife Suzanne have put on for years, through their production company, B&B Music.
"Our idea was just promote bands local bands more so and put them on tv," said Ray Braselton, show host. "Everything is volunteer, nobody is getting paid."
'The Music Show' is an educational TV program that is broadcast weekly on Time Warner Cable stations in the Rochester area.
"The educational part is really almost where it started because I'm a music teacher," he said.
Sunday, the show was taped at the Main Street Armory.
For bands it's a way to spread their tunes through local airwaves.
"We just love entertaining and any venue we can use to support our style of country music, which is hard core country music, we're just so pleased and blessed to do it," said Jimmy Steel Duvall, Ghost Riders band member.
The show has taped 110 episodes, but adding to the rundown is getting more difficult to do with rising production cost.
"The production cost have grown significantly over the last year or so," said Suzanne.
For the first time this year, the Braselton's are looking for the community's donations to help keep the show on the air.
"We'd like to bump up our quality of our show and just grow," said Suzanne.
Suzanne is hoping money raised through their website and fundraisers will help pay for upgraded equipment among other things to help keep the party going.
"'The Music Show' tends to keep people together, they tend to keep bands networking together," said Ray.
The show airs on channel 12 or 15. Check you local listings for days and times.