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

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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.  

Andy Geels, The TAO Emerging Artist Winner, Visits Hunter At Sunrise As We Return to Live Shows

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Yes, Hunter At Sunrise is back with live programs this Sunday and we'll be joined by Andy Geels for a live acoustic session.  Andy just won the Emerging Artist Contest at the Sea Level Singer-Songwriter Festival in early April and being on the show was one of the prizes. As an extra treat, Andy will visit the Five Points Community Farm Market in Norfolk right after our program and put on a live show during brunch from 12 to 2pm.  So we hope you will join us this Sunday morning as we celebrate the emerging artist with Andy Geels.  For more about Andy Geels on Facebook, click HERE.  

Hunter At Sunrise Takes a Little Break This Sunday from Live Shows

MSGsm copyIt's been very busy these past few months,  so maybe it's time to take a Sunday off and chill a little. We will have a show andy geelsthough as we play our archived program from February featuring the M.S.G. Acoustic Blues Trio. It was a lively acoustic session where the trio debuted its brand new disc, The Flood.  We will return to live shows on April 24th when we welcome the winner of the TAO Emerging Artist Contest, Andy Geels, to the program. So we hope you enjoy this Sunday's re-airing of the show featuring M.S.G., we'll be back with you live on the 24th. 

Aoife O'Donovan on Hunter At Sunrise This Sunday

AoifeIf all goes well this weekend, Yep Roc Records recording artist, Aoife O'Donovan,  will be our guest this Sunday morning.  Touring behind her just released solo record, In The Magic Hour, Aoife is in town for a house concert at the North Shore Point House Concert Series.  The album is her second as a solo artist...the first was 2013's Fossils.  Originally from Newton, Massachusetts, Aoife gained notoriety as the lead singer of the band Crooked Still which produced 5 full length albums.  She has also been known to frequent NPR's A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor. Hope you will join us for this very special acoustic session with Aoife O'Donovan this Sunday morning.  For more about Aoife O'Donovan, click HERE. 

Hunter At Sunrise Invites You to a Great Acoustic Experience with John Fullbright This Saturday Night For a Good Cause

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Grammy nominated, John Fullbright, is headlining the Sea Level Singer Songwriter Festival this Saturday night with special guest, local blues artist Anthony Rosano.  It's going to be an incredible evening of music at the Roper Center on Granby Street in Norfolk. Fullbright, who was nominated for a Grammy for his very first solo release, From The Ground Up, takes to the stage for an extended set of original songs.  Originally from Beardon, Oklahoma, John also received critical acclaim for his album from last year called Songs.  Not only is it a great night for music, but it is also a perfect chance to help out an important charity here in the area, Tidewater Arts Outreach.  The organization provides music and arts to people unable to otherwise experience it because they are in a nursing home or hospital. Great songs for a good cause, how can you lose. To purchase tickets to John Fullbright, click HERE. To find out more about Tidewater Arts Outreach, click HERE. And for more about John Fullbright, click HERE. Be sure to tune into Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday...hopefully we will have an interview with John. As always, thanks for listening. 

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