Hunter At Sunrise Embraces the Culture and Neons the Neon on Sept.18th and Now the Line Up for Norfolk's Work Release Acoustic Brunch is Set

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Hunter At Sunrise is very much a part of the ETC  and Neon Festivals on September 18th as we go on remote from the NEON District of Norfolk. That Sunday Hunter At Sunrise will broadcast live from Work/Release at 759 Granby St. in Norfolk. You'll be able to sit back, relax and enjoy a recap of the ETC Festival as well as watch our acoustic sessions live on location starting at 7 am. Sunday morning refreshments and food will be available during the show. 

Also Norfolk Festevents, in partnership with the Tidewater Arts Outreach and Work/Release, will be hosting a musical brunch directly following Hunter at Sunrise’s Live Broadcast from 11am-2pm. You'll be able to chill out and discover featured Tidewater Arts Outreach and Work/Release Emerging Artists while enjoying a select brunch menu.  Here's the line up for the Acoustic Brunch scheduled just after our remote.  All of these artists will appear on our show in the next two weeks. 

11:00am to 11:30    Holly Bishop (and Friends*) 

11:35 to 12:05pm    Nate Sacks (and Friends*)

12:10 to 12:40pm    Kelsie McNair (and Friends*) aka Pyrrhic Whim

12:45 to 1:15pm     John "BJ" Griffin (and Friends*)

1:20 to 2:00pm       Dustin Furlow (and Friends*)

So we hope you will join us as Hunter At Sunrise Embraces The Culture the final day of the ETC and Neon Festivals on Sept. 18th at Work/Release in Norfolk.  For more about the ETC Festival  including schedules and artist line ups click HERE.

Hunter At Sunrise Welcomes Rachel George To The Show For The First Time

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Singer/Songwriter Rachel George from Luray, Va. and currently residing in Radford,  will be our guest this Sunday.  This is Rachel's first visit to the show and she's bringing along her friend, Ben Lassiter on Dobro. Hope you can join us for this special live acoustic session as Rachel George visits Hunter at Sunrise this Sunday.

This Sunday It's All About the Bass as Scott Varney Returns to Hunter At Sunrise

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That's right,  singer/songwriter and consummate bassist, Scott Varney, returns to Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning for a live acoustic session.  It seems like eons since Scott, whose from Williamsburg,  has been on the show performing his original songs.  We've missed him and look forward to catching up on what he has been doing.  After the show, he will be visiting the Five Points Community Farm Market to perform at noon for their brunch.  So we hope that you will join us this Sunday as Scott Varney gets down to bass-ics on Hunter At Sunrise.  For more about Scott Varney, click HERE. 

Visiting Artist, Tanya Gallagher from Vancouver, Visits Hunter At Sunrise This Sunday

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We have a special acoustic session this Sunday morning as Tanya Gallagher visits our show for the very first time.  Originally from Florida and now residing in Vancouver, Tanya is in the area for just a few days.  She has produced one album, 2013's Oh My Love,  and she's been working on a new EP set in Virginia. She lists as her influences...travels, heartache and whiskey.  Should be a very interesting session indeed.  Hope you will join us for our acoustic session with Tanya Gallagher this Sunday.  For more about Tanya Gallagher, click HERE. 

Hunter At Sunrise Returns to Live Shows with a Bit of Summertime Blues as Campbell-Stevens Project Visits for the First Time

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Yes, it's the middle of Summer and what better way to celebrate than to have a taste of the summertime blues on Hunter At Sunrise. It's just one of the many reasons to welcome the Campbell-Stevens Project to our show this Sunday.  Featuring Jack Campbell on the harp and Cole Stevens on the bottleneck guitar, The Campbell-Stevens Project is still fresh from releasing its disc, Summer Soul Session earlier this year.  Hope you will join us as we return to the roots of blues this Sunday morning when The Campbell-Stevens Project visits Hunter At Sunrise for the very first time.  For more about The Campbell-Stevens Project, click HERE. 

Hunter At Sunrise Takes a Short Break from Live Shows This Sunday

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It's the dog days of Summer which means, every now and then, we take a short break from live shows. But we hope you will still tune in this Sunday as we air our archived show featuring Lewis McGehee.  During his acoustic session, Lewis shows why he is one of the most popular and talented acoustic artists here in our area.  It was one for the books. We will return to live shows on July 17th, when the Campbell Stevens Project visits Hunter At Sunrise for the first time. Take care, be safe and see you on the 17th!

Always a Musical Treat, Recording Artist Anthony Snape Returns to Hunter At Sunrise This Sunday

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It's  great to have Anthony Snape back on the program. He's always up to something and it's good to catch up on all his activities.  Originally from Australia and at present a resident of Nashville, Anthony always puts on an excellent show. Hope you can join us for this very special Live Acoustic Session this Sunday morning on Hunter At Sunrise...For more about Anthony Snape, click HERE. 

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