Karl Werne Pays Another Visit to Hunter At Sunrise This Sunday

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There is so much going on with Karl Werne that it is going to be hard to fit it all into an interview this Sunday morning.  Karl will be opening for Sarah Jarosz at the Roper Center in Norfolk teamed with Scott Slay on Thursday, April 2nd.  Then on May 8th, he will be unveiling his first studio disc, The Little Notebook, at the American Theater in Hampton with a big night of music. Just so much to talk about and so much music to play.  But wait, there will also be a special guest during our session.  You'll just have to tune in this Sunday morning as Karl Werne returns to Hunter At Sunrise...for more about Karl Werne, click HERE. 

Ron Fetner Will be Our Guest this Sunday Morning On Hunter At Sunrise

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Ron Fetner of Seaford returns to Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday.  We'll be talking with him about a big show he has coming up at the Williamsburg Library on March 28th plus catching up on what he's been doing musically. Ron is a longtime singer songwriter here in the area with several records to his credit. It's always great to have Ron on the show.  We hope you will join us for this special Live Acoustic Session this Sunday morning...for more about Ron Fetner, click HERE. 

Hunter At Sunrise Welcomes Back Narissa Bond this Sunday Morning

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It has been too long since Narissa Bond has been on the show and we have a lot of catching up to do. Narissa already has three CDs to her credit including Three Words which won two local music awards.  We understand Narissa is working on a new project and she's always active playing in the area. Hope you will join us this Sunday morning as Narissa Bond pays a special visit to Hunter At Sunrise.  For more about Narissa Bond, click HERE. 

MountainTide Makes Their Radio Debut This Sunday on Hunter At Sunrise

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As you know, Hunter At Sunrise has presented many established national and local indie artists during our acoustic session segment over the years. But we especially love to present new and emerging artists in the area. And so we are very pleased to have MountainTide visit our show this Sunday morning.  

MountainTide is Holly Bishop and Jim Newsom.  Jim is no stranger to WHRO/WHRV having been a supporter for 30 years. Many might remember him from our television pledge drives. He has been a singer/songwriter/musician/music reviewer here in the area for many years and has actually been on our show before.

Holly is originally from South Dakota and has spent the last 10 years in the area.  She is a multi-instrumentalist playing the violin, guitar and piano.  She is a well-established church musician and music teacher and has only recently teamed with Jim to form MountainTide.

So we hope you will join us this Sunday as MountainTide visits Hunter At Sunrise for the first time. For more about MountainTide, click HERE. 

The Last Bison returns to Hunter At Sunrise This Sunday Morning

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Hope you will join us this Sunday morning as members of The Last Bison provide an awesome acoustic session on Hunter At Sunrise. Fresh off last year's release of their critically acclaimed album VA which was recorded on their farm in Chesapeake, the band is gearing up for a cool free show as part of the Out of the Box series at the Sandler Center Feb. 26th. We'll be talking to them about that, the recording of their new disc, and their upcoming tour this Sunday.  Make sure you're tuned in for The Last Bison this Sunday morning on Hunter At Sunrise.  For more about The Last Bison, click HERE. 

Hunter At Sunrise Programming Note

Due to a family emergency, there will be an encore presentation of Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning.  We hope you will enjoy the programsuzyrayvaughn we aired Jan. 11th 2015 featuring the Peninsula's Suzy-Ray-Vaughn, instead.  Please refer back to this space for updates on when we will return to live shows.  

Thanks and take care, 

Hunter

Hunter At Sunrise Returns to Live Shows This Sunday as Dave Crumpler Pays His First Visit to The Show

 
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We want to thank Singer Songwriter Dave Crumpler for bearing with us during this difficult time.  He will visit Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning for a live acoustic session about 2 weeks after his original scheduling.   According to his website
, Dave has played "countless acoustic venues from Williamsburg to VirginiaBeachsince 2002. His personal acoustic style blends cross-picking, finger style, flat picking and rhythm techniques with influence early on from James Taylor and Neil Young".  Hope you can tune into Dave Crumpler performing on Hunter At Sunrise for the first time this Sunday morning. For more about Dave Crumpler, click HERE

We Welcome back Dustin Furlow to Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday

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It will be great catching up with Dustin Furlow this Sunday...he has so much going on.  He is healining a show next Thursday at the Sandler Center as part of the Out of the Box series and he has a new record in the works.  So I hope you will tune in for this special Hunter At Sunrise live acoustic session this Sunday morning.  For more about Dustin Furlow, click HERE. 

Guitarist, Matt Thomas, returns to Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday Morning

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Well, it's the dead of winter and what a great time for some hot. virtuoso acoustic guitar. Hunter At Sunrise once again presents just that when Matt Thomas returns to the program for a live acoustic session. Matt has won awards for his open style guitar playing and thumpicking, and has played with the likes of Tommy Emmanuel and Stephen Bennett, two of the best acoustic guitar players in the world. Hope you will join us as we catch up with Matt Thomas this Sunday morning...for more about Matt Thomas, click HERE.