The Esoteric Ramblers Help Us Get in the Spirit of Summer This Sunday on Hunter At Sunrise

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Yes it is the first official Sunday of Summer and to celebrate, we have Norfolk's Esoteric Ramblers coming in for a Live Acoustic Session.  Led by Chris Jones on lead vocal and harmonica, the Ramblers dish out songs about that popular foaming adult beverage, Beer.  In fact they state their interests on Facebook as: "beer and music, music and beer".     They have two discs to their credit, last year's Beer and Now and their debut album, the critically acclaimed, Keg of Love.  After their appearance on Hunter At Sunrise, they will be performing at noon at the 5 Points Community Farm Market during its brunch.   So we hope you will pull up your chair to the radio and listen as the Esoteric Ramblers return to Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning. For more about the Esoteric Ramblers, click HERE. 

Logan Vath Takes Time Out From His Busy Life to be Our Guest on Hunter At Sunrise

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Norfolk's Logan Vath is a singer/songwriter in transition.  He is part of a big event on July 2nd at O'Connor Brewery and he is aiming to release a new record also in July.  Not to mention he's intending to move to Colorado this Summer. So luckily we have caught him at the right time and he will be our guest this Sunday for a special live acoustic session.  He'll be sporting all new tunes to perform on the program.  So we hope you will tune into our show as Logan Vath pays another visit to Hunter At Sunrise.  For more about Logan Vath, click HERE. 

An Old Friend And Area Icon, Lewis McGehee, Returns to Hunter At Sunrise This Sunday Morning

Lewis McGeheeNeedless to say, everyone knows who Lewis McGehee is. He's played venue after venue here in the area. He's taught many a child the intracacies of playing a  guitar.  He's recorded his own original music including his collaberation with Robbin Thompson and Mike Lille...all three known as the Famous Unknowns. And this Sunday he is back on Hunter At Sunrise where he has visited so many times before. Each time it has been so special and so it shall be this Sunday morning as we welcome Lewis McGehee with another acoustic session on Hunter At Sunrise. For more about Lewis McGehee, click HERE.

Singer-Songwriter Lawrence Lambert Returns to Hunter At Sunrise

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It seems like an eternity since Lawrence Lambert has been on our show and now, this Sunday, he finally returns for a live acoustic session. I am sure a lot has happened since the last time he visited right after the 2012 release of his first solo disc, Soul Folk. So we have a lot of catching up to do. After his session on the radio, Lawrence will be performing from 12-2pm at the 5 Points Farmers Market at 26th and Church St. in Norfolk.  So we hope you will join us for this very special live acoustic session with Lawrence Lambert. 

The Colin Trio from Portland, Oregon visits Hunter At Sunrise This Sunday

The Colin Trio will be our guests this Sunday morning. The trio consists of songwriter Colin Hogan on vocals, guitar, and piano; Brian Link on bass; and Matt Ramsdell on drums and percussion. Originally from N.News, the Trio combines jazzy, country blues with Southern sensibilities. The latest disc, Tightening the Wire,  was released just this past January. It followed an EP from last year called Simple Sweet. This will actually be Colin and Brian's second visit to our show, but that was some time ago and we have a lot of catching up to do.   So we hope you will join us as the Colin Trio visits Hunter At Sunrise this weekend.  For more about the Colin Trio, click HERE. 

Mark Erelli Finally Visits Hunter At Sunrise This Sunday Morning

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After a string of artists who have never been on the show before we are so pleased to have Boston's Mark Erelli as a guest for the first time this Sunday. Besides providing such incredible original music, Mark has to be the snazziest dresser who has graced our show (except for maybe Justin Townes Earl).  Mark appears on Hunter At Sunrise fresh off of the release of his latest critically acclaimed disc, For A Song. It's his first album of original music in about 5 years. Hope you will join us for this very special acoustic session with Mark Erelli this Sunday.  For more about Mark Erelli, click HERE. 

The Spirit of Discovery Continues on Hunter At Sunrise as Aaron Randolph Visits The Show for the First Time

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Yes, the last couple of weekends we have been exploring new local music...and that effort continues this  Sunday as Aaron Randoph of Virginia Beach makes his first visit to the show. This weekend you will get a taste of what Aaron means by  Poetic Folk Blues. Hope you can join us as Aaron Randolph graces Hunter At Sunrise for the first time.  For more about Aaron Randolph on Facebook, click HERE. 

Hunter At Sunrise Continues Our Series of First Time Visitors This Sunday With Rachel Gaither

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Hunter At Sunrise always likes to find new artists in the area who have never been on the show before.  Last week it was Andy Geels of Va. Beach. This Sunday it will be Rachel Gaither of Hampton.  Rachel is a vocalist and musician who is especially known for her performances on the violin. In fact she operates her on own school on the Peninsula teaching the instrument. She is originally from Missouri and  studied violin at the University of Nebraska. Oh yes, and she also plays the guitar. Hope you can join us for a live acoustic session this Sunday morning with Rachel Gaither.  For more about Rachel Gaither on Facebook, click HERE.  

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