Va. Beach's Tammy Gardner is our guest this Sunday on Hunter at Sunrise

Tammy Gardner
Our guests of late seem to be following a theme.  Tammy Gardner of Va. Beach has not been on our show in seemingly forever. Tammy has been in the area since the late '70s and visited our show back before it came to whrv nine years ago. So it will be great to welcome her back. Lately you can see Tammy in various venues around the area often playing with Lewis McGehee. Hope you can join us as Tammy Gardner visits Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning.

Who we are Not returns to Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday

Who We Are Not
Who We Are Not will be our guests this Sunday after a long hiatus. Who We Are Not is all about  the collaboration of husband and wife, Pamela Jo Sward and Joe Talley, who happened to meet on a street corner in Norfolk while Joe was busking. They have been together ever since and have produced a full length record Just Be, released back in 2015. It will be good to catch up with what they have been doing.  Hope you can join us this Sunday as Who We Are Not returns to Hunter At Sunrise.  For more about Who We Are Not, click HERE. 

This Sunday we introduce you to the music of David Stoddard on Hunter At Sunrise

David Stoddard
We've had artists from all over the country on Hunter At Sunrise but this Sunday, we welcome for the first time someone from Minnesota.  David Stoddard is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist,  composer and teacher from Minneapolis. David has won the Kerrville New Folk award, as well as songwriting awards at the South Florida Folk Festival, the Tucson Folk Festival, the Minnesota Folk Festival, and others. He has opened up for such artists as Juice Newton, Leon Russell, Rik Emmett, Jeremy Messersmith to name a few. David tours extensively and will be playing here in the area which is something I'm sure we'll be talking about.  So we hope you will join us as David Stoddard pays his first visit to Hunter At Sunrise.  For more about David Stoddard, click HERE. 

A message from Hunter At Sunrise

We are sorry to report, but due to the tragedy in Va. Beach we will not have a new addition of Hunter At Sunrise Sunday morning. Instead we will have an archived show. We again express our deepest condolences to those affected by this devastating event and ask everyone to stay Va. Beach strong. Thanks...

Narissa Bond is back on Hunter At Sunrise with a newly released album

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Narissa Bond has been busy writing and recording her new album, Rhythm of Love, yet another collection of supremely soulful songs. This is the 5th recording for Narissa, a resident of Norfolk and she will certainly be performing some songs from it this Sunday morning.  It's been about a year since she's been on the show and we need to catch up.  Hope you will join us for this very special acoustic session this Sunday morning as Narissa Bond returns to Hunter At Sunrise.  For more about Narissa Bond, click HERE. 

Nicky Lee is our guest this Sunday morning on Hunter At Sunrise

Nicky Lee
The last time our guest this was on our show we were calling him Nick Wade...but things have changed of late. He is now Nicky Lee who as a Singer/Songwriter incorporates elements of Soul, Folk, Blues, and Reggae.  Lee is the former front man of Reggae/Soul band Nesta, the Richmond based group became a staple in the cities music scene from house shows, to larger venues such as, The National, The Broadberry, and their home base at The Camel. Now-a-days you can catch him performing throughout the region acoustically as either a solo or duo act. Hope you will join us as Nicky Lee visits Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning. 

Michael Lille returns to Hunter at Sunrise after a very long hiatus this Sunday Morning

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It has been years  since Michael Lille has been on our will be so great to have him back.  Michael has been a professional singer/songwriter for over 4 decades.  In addition to his solo work, Mike is a member of The Sherpas (with fellow artists Tom Prasada-Rao and Tom Kimmel),  SGGL, the popular DC/Charlottesville-based quartet, and Man From Tuesday with San Diego based songwriter Andy Lund. Mike was also one-third of The Famous Unknowns with musicians Robbin Thompson and Lewis McGehee. During Michael’s years in Nashville he opened shows for Alison Krauss, Bob Dylan, Warren Zevon, Leo Kottke and Little Feat, and his four solo projects featured guests such as Alison Krauss, Mary-Chapin Carpenter, Valerie Carter, Victor Wooten, and James Taylor violinist and vocalist Andrea Zonn. Hope you will join us for this very special live acoustic session this Easter Sunday as Mike Lille returns to Hunter At Sunrise...For more about Mike Lille, click HERE. 

Hope you can join us as Liz & Brydge visit Hunter At Sunrise for the first time this Sunday

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Liz & Brydge are Elizabeth Joy Terrell and Christopher Brydge, an acoustic jazz duo who you can see at a number of venues across the area. Elizabeth Joy Terrell has been working  as a professional vocalist since 2009 and has played all over the 7 cities. She has performed in several music groups over the years including her band, Licita, pop/folk duo, Twenty South, and piano/voice duo, Liz and Roy. When she is not performing with Liz & Brydge you can find her as the front woman for jazz band, Modern Muse. Chris Brydge is a  freelance jazz bassist who has been performing in and around the greater Hampton Roads area since 1995. Brydge is a member of the Virginia Symphony Jazz Orchestra, Roy Muth Big Band, Woody Becker Group, and Eddie Williams Trio. You can also find him performing with his own ensembles, the Chris Brydge duo, trio, and quartet. So we hope you will join us for this very special live acoustic session as Liz & Brydge visit Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning. 

It's springtime so that must mean it's Skye-time on Hunter At Sunrise

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Yes, the seasons have changed and it's time to welcome back Skye Zentz to Hunter At Sunrise.  There is always something going on with Skye and it is always cool to catch up with her.  Skye is a teacher, educator and performer who has deep roots in Norfolk.  According to her website, she's "a
 versatile artist who spreads her music from concert halls to nursing homes and schools,  from public libraries to coffeehouses and living rooms. Skye's music explores themes of infatuation, commitment, freedom and time, inspired by her own experiences and complemented by the insight found in mythology and traditional folk tales". Hope you will join us as Skye Zentz once again pays a visit to Hunter At Sunrise.  For more about Skye Zentz, click HERE. 

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