Ron Fetner of Seaford returns to Hunter At Sunrise as he releases his new record featuring the Bluehouse Project. Ron is an accomplished singer/songwriter who's a vertuoso acoustic and
electric guitar player. We'll be talking to him about this great new album featuring his band, Bluehouse, this Sunday on Hunter At Sunrise. For more about Ron Fetner and the band Bluehouse, click HERE.
Fresh off the release of his new album, Lie Here With Me...Mike Lawson has a date with Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning. Originally from New York and now residing in Norfolk, Mike has been a finalist in the Sea Level Emerging Artist Contest as well as a very active singer/songwriter here in the area. His new CD is out on Nov. 4th and we are happy he has chosen Hunter At Sunrise as the place to debut some of his new songs. Hope you can tune in this Sunday. For more about Mike Lawson, click HERE.
It is always so cool to have Norfolk's Narissa Bond on the show. She's such a great songwriter and performer and it will indeed be cool to catch up with what she has been up to. After our show, she will perform at the Five Points Community Farm Market in Norfolk at noon for brunch. So two chances to hear Narissa Bond this Sunday...on Hunter At Sunrise and at Five Points. Hope you will join us. For more about Narissa Bond, click HERE.
Hunter At Sunrise is presenting something a little different this Sunday. Our final hour will be devoted to recordings from many of the local acoustic artists that reside here in our area. Hope you will join us as we bring you the first ever 757 hour this Sunday morning.
Yes.....we are back to live shows this Sunday. We did not get swept away by flood waters. We will have fresh, new acoustic and eclectic music for your Sunday moring this weekend. Hope you can tune in for Hunter At Sunrise. Don't forget you can listen to the program on the go anywhere in the world but downloading the free WHRO app to your smart phone or tablet. Available in any App store.
Yes, this Sunday's show is an encore broadcast because, even though it looks like Matthew may miss us, the weather is still going to be dicey with possible flooding Sunday morning. But our show will go on as we air a program from back in September featuring Dustin Furlow. We will return to live shows next Sunday. Thanks, as always, for your support of Hunter At Sunrise.
Karl Werne returns to Hunter At Sunrise and I have a feeling he will not be alone. Expect a great ensemble to visit the show this Sunday. A lot has been going on with Karl who is now hosting a new open mike in Virginia Beach at the Steel Pier Cafe. We'll be catching up on that and other things as Karl Werne returns to Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning. For more about Karl Werne, click HERE.
Thanks to all who came out to our remote at Work/Release last weekend. And now we hope you will welcome guitarist, Matt Thomas, back to the program this coming weekend. Whether playing the 6 string, 12 string or harp guitar...Matt is one of the best in the area. He usually has a lot going on, so it will be cool to catch up with him. After the show, from noon to 2, Matt will be playing at the brunch at Five Points Community Farm Market in Norfolk. So we hope you can check out this live acoustic session with guitarist Matt Thomas this Sunday morning. For more about Matt Thomas, click HERE.
Hunter At Sunrise will be broadcasting live this Sunday morning from Work/Release on Granby St. in Norfolk as the Neon Festival and the ETC Festival streatch into a third day for the first time. Our show will be live from 7 to 11am eastern as usual and will feature the artists who will be playing at the Work/Release brunch that will be served right after the show from 11a to 2pm. Holly Bishop, BJ Griffin, Kelsie McNair and Nate Sacks will be our guests for live acoustic sessions. Breakfast fare and beverages will be served during our show. It's going to be a great time...see below for the playing times for the Work/Release artists brought to you with help of Tidewater Arts Outreach and Work/Release Emerging artists.