POWERNATION Adds Music City Trucks To Its Lineup
POWERNATION is excited to announce the addition of Music City Trucks to its lineup of automotive how-to shows. Music City Trucks brings you the truck content you know and love, but with a new attitude and even bigger projects. Veteran POWERNATION host Marc Christ and host Brandon Burke are ready to turn up the heat in the first season with the latest in how-to building and adventures that will leave you wanting to watch more.
POWERNATION continues its rich 20-plus year history of truck content that began in 1999 with Trucks!. Trucks! aired for 15 seasons on POWERBLOCK and was followed by seven seasons of Truck Tech on POWERNATION. Music City Trucks will build off Truck Tech’s reputation for hardcore truck projects and combine it with the flavor of Nashville, which is known for its hot chicken and cool trucks.
With hosts Marc Christ and Brandon Burke in the driver’s seat, they’re gearing up for a season of exciting builds. They’ll do so by delivering incredible projects like Unbreakable, a 1991 square body Suburban designed to take a beating on the trails all weekend and then drive home, to Project Trash Hawk, which is a Jeep Wagoneer Trackhawk on a budget. It’ll offer more horsepower than we can fit in this sentence. Later in the season, Marc and Brandon will tackle a classic by rebuilding a 1974 Ford Bronco with modern performance.
If you’re a fan of trucks or love watching how they get built, this upcoming season is for you. It’ll keep you entertained with all the rust and dirt you’re looking for in a truck show. Make sure to stay tuned.
Music City Truck Hosts
Marc Christ moves over to Music City Trucks after five years as a host on Detroit Muscle. He grew up in a Ford family in Mulberry, Florida and his very first vehicle was a 1973 Ford Bronco. After years of playing around and building cars, he graduated from WyoTech, then worked as a service adviser, assistant body shop manager, and editor at several magazines before moving over to POWERNATION.
Brandon Burke grew up in Huntsville, Alabama, and his love of trucks goes beyond hosting the show. He’s owned more than 25 of them, including Dodge Power Rams, off-road Jeeps, Broncos, and anything from the late 40s to modern trucks. Before joining Music City Trucks, Brandon worked in auto collision and paint refinishing, automotive manufacturing, fabrication, and as an aerospace technician.
Where to Watch Music City Trucks
The premiere episode of Music City Trucks debuts March 25th on the NBC Sports Network, followed by a March 28th release on YouTube. Check out our schedule for future NBC airings or find where you can watch POWERNATION on your favorite device.