Hunter At Sunrise Replays The Show Featuring Nashville's Gretchen Peters

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Grammy nominated singer/songwriter Gretchen Peters visited Hunter At Sunrise back in May fresh off of releasing her most critically acclaimed album to date, Hello Cruel World. Her songs have been covered by an impressive list of artists, Martina McBride, Etta James, Trisha Yearwood, Patty Loveless, George Strait, Anne Murray, and Neil Diamond. She was also the winner of a Country Music Association Song Of The Year award and a Grammy nomination for Martina McBride's "Independence Day" in 1995. In town for the North Shore Point House Concert series, we got to talk to her about her new album and met her husband who plays a wicked accordion.  Hope you'll join us for this encore show featuring Gretchen Peters this Sunday morning.  For more about Gretchen Peters, click HERE. 

Luke Hartman, TAO Emerging Artist Winner visits Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday

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This is the second visit to Hunter At Sunrise for Norfolk's Luke Hartman, but this time he's the winner of the Sea Level Singer-Songwriter Festival's Emerging Artist Contest. As part of the prize for besting the other 10 contestants, he gets to provide you with another cool acoustic session on our show. So I hope you will join us this Sunday morning as Luke Hartman returns to Hunter At Sunrise.  For more about Luke Hartman, click HERE. 

The Hunter At Sunrise Blog: April is for Spring.....Loaded

First off, allow me to join the chorus of those who are sending out prayers to the residents of Boston who had tragedy visit them this week in the form of bombs at the Boston Marathon. It's another senseless act in a long line of senseless acts that have been perpetrated here in America of late. My thoughts have been with the victims all week long. And as I approach my birthday on April 20th, it occurs to me that this bombing is yet another dark event in a series of dark events that have happened around my birth date....( See

 

Scott Slay is Picking on Hunter At Sunrise This Sunday and He is Bringing Some of His Friends

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If you've walked into a local show lately, chances are you have seen Scott Slay laying down some tasty licks on his mandolin...leading an incredible band in front of a very appreciative audience. Since he moved here a short time ago from Florida, Scott seems to be everywhere...either doing shows or supporting other musicians. So it's with great pleasure we welcome Scott back to Hunter At Sunrise...we say back because he has been on before as a supporting artist with Karl Werne.  Now he is bringing some of his friends with him to play us some tunes...hope you'll join us this Sunday morning. For more about Scott Slay, click HERE. 

With New Album in Tow, Mike Aiken Sails back to Hunter At Sunrise This Sunday

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It's been quite a while since Norfolk's Mike Aiken has been on the show for an acoustic session, so it will be great to catch up.  He's been in Nashville recording his new album Captains and Cowboys due out April 22nd.  We'll be talking about the making of the cd and the big party planned around it's release.  So please join us this Sunday morning as Mike Aiken returns to Hunter At Sunrise.  For more about Mike Aiken, click HERE. 

Glen Phillips Returns to Hunter At Sunrise

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It has been some time since Glen Phillips has been on our show, so it is going to be great to catch up. He is the headliner this year at the Sea Level Singer-Songwriter Festival, kicking it off with a show at the Naro Thursday night. Not only is Glen on a solo tour but he is also touring with Toad The Wet Sprocket and there is word that he is working on a new Toad album. We have a lot to talk about with Glen Phillips of Toad the Wet Sprocket this Sunday morning on Hunter At Sunrise.  Hope you will join us.  For more about Glen Phillips, click HERE.  For more about the Sea Level Singer-Songwriter Festival, click HERE. 

Hunter At Sunrise Re-Airs Show Featuring Glen Phillips This Sunday

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Yes, I am taking just a little break this Sunday and to celebrate, we are re-airing the archived show featuring the acoustic session we did with Glen Phillips in April. He was the headliner this year at the Sea Level Singer-Songwriter Festival, kicking it off with a show at the Naro. During the interview he talked about and did a song from a new Toad album that is about to be released. Hope you will join us as we reprise this acoustic session with Glen Phillips of Toad the Wet Sprocket this Sunday morning.  For more about Glen Phillips, click HERE.  

It's a Local Artist Invasion of Hunter At Sunrise This Sunday

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Yes, it is time for the Sea Level Singer Songwriter Festival, April 4-6...and we're having a veritable cornucopia of talent on our show this Sunday morning.  briakelly

First of all and for the first time ever, Lewis McGehee and Karl Werne perform together on our show. Both will be talking about their long time association with the festival and what they are doing at this year's event.

gatpicThen Smithfield's Bria Kelly (you may remember her from America's Got Talent) and Grant Austin Taylor (he's just back from the Grammys) pay us a visit to sing some songs. They will be opening up for the festival kickoff's headliner, Glen Phillips of Toad The Wet Sprocket at the Naro on April 4th.  

So to say we're going to have a busy show is an understatement. Hope you'll tune in this Sunday morning. 

For more about the Sea Level Singer Songwriter Festival, click HERE.