It's December so it must be time for some blues. The sister/brother duo, In Layman Terms, will lay it all down this Sunday morning in a live acoustic session on Hunter At Sunrise. According to their bio on ReverbNation...In Layman Terms is from Williamsburg. "They have a passion for the blues and write original, foot stomping music. Cole Layman, 16, and Logan Layman, 13, have been making music together for as long as they can remember. Their chilling vocal harmonies and unique use of foot percussion make for a gritty, soulful, and unforgettable performance. Logan was named "Blues Kid of the Year" in 2013. She is known as the little girl with the BIG voice, and BIGGER bass lines. Cole has found his niche playing coke bottle slide in standard tuning." Sounds like a good time..hope you'll tune in for In Layman Terms on Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday. For more about In Layman Terms, Click HERE.
It's been awhile since Alice Conner has visited our show, so we have a lot of catching up to do. Alice, who is based in Va. Beach, has been playing and teaching music in the area for some time. She's an avid singer/songwriter with a very busy schedule. Hope you'll join us for this special live acoustic session with Alice Conner this Sunday morning.
Anthony Snape, orginally from Australia, headquartered in Nashville, pays his first visit to Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning. In addition to playing songs from his latest album Resonate...Anthony talks about his affiliation with guitar great, Tommy Emmanuel.
According to his site on ReverbNaiton: Anthony is a rare find, an artist that can take on many genres but is most at home in the pop rock world. Influenced by pop culture and bands like Rob Thomas, Cold Play and Neil Finn. Anthony's brand of songwriting is all about connection. "In my head every performance is a stadium rock show, every song is like a part of my soul that is bursting to get out."
Hope you will join us for an acoustic session with Anthony Snape this Sunday. For more about Anthony Snape, click HERE.
Both of our guests this Sunday are based in Nashville these days, but they differ in how they got there. For Anne McCue, it was a journey from Australia to Vietnam to L.A then Tennessee. Amelia White is from Virginia...spent time in Boston...before moving to the Music City. They've teamed up for a tour and will visit Hunter At Sunrise for an acoustic session this Sunday morning. Hope you will join us. For more about Anne McCue, click HERE. For more about Amelia White, click HERE.
The dynamic duo of Mike + Ruthy make their way to Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning for an acoustic session...after appearing this Friday night at the North Shore Point House Concert Series in Norfolk.
This is what their own website says about them:
"He grew up listening to ska-punk and alternative rock radio, dreaming of becoming a songwriter on the political edge. She was raised at the intersection of folk and swing, daughter of fiddle master Jay Ungar and country songwriter Lyn Hardy. They met in NYC, just out of college, and went on to found “subversive acoustic stringband” The Mammals, one of the most popular folk rock bands of their generation. And when The Mammals split up, and they married, they spent their honeymoon in the studio....
Mike + Ruthy’s sound ranges from soft blues to raucous tradfolk to grungy folkrock sets that frame them as exemplars of their age to critics and peers alike. Hailed as “one of acoustic America’s most revered musical duos,” an evening spent with Mike + Ruthy promises to thrill your senses, raise your spirits, and delve deep into your soul."
Hope you can join us for an acoustic session with Mike + Ruthy this Sunday morning. For more about Mike + Ruthy, click HERE.
Hunter At Sunrise is pleased to present long time singer-songwriter, Darryl Purpose, for a live acoustic session this Sunday. Purpose is in town to perform at the Oberndorf Central Library this Saturday night as part of the Tidewater Friends of Acoustic Music Concert Series.
Purpose has returned to writing songs after 7 years away from the singer- songwriter scene. He is most noted for his story telling and connecting with audiences. 2012 saw Darryl record his first CD of original material in 10 years – “Next Time Around,” produced by Billy Crockett for the Blue Rock Artists label. With no formal radio promotion, the CD spent five weeks at #1 on the Roots Music Report folk chart for national radio airplay in March & April 2013.
Hope you will join us for a very special live acoustic session this Sunday morning when Darryl Purpose visits the show. For more about Darryl Purpose, click HERE.
Jessica Doran is a former member of the band Longfellow Street now going it solo now that some of the members have moved south to New Orleans. She will be our guest for the first time on Hunter At Sunrise for a live acoustic session this Sunday morning. Jessica seems to be very busy playing different gigs around the area, so we'll learn more about her and where you might catch her playing. For some background on Jessica Doran, click HERE.
Virginia Beach's Dustin Furlow makes his way to Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning. Originally from San Diego, Dustin has been playing in the area for some time. He made a great showing at the Tidewater Arts Outreach Emerging Artist Showcase in the Spring. I hope you will join me in welcoming Dustin to Hunter At Sunrise for a live acoustic session this Sunday morning. For more about Dustin Furlow, click HERE.
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