VEER award winner, Roy Moats, makes a triumphant return to Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning

Roy Moats 2The last time Roy Moats was on the show, he was debuting his new album, All Packed Up.  That disc, produced by Roy's son Zach Moats,  went on to win a VEER award for best album of the year. Roy is now well known for his way with a song lyric and that will be on full display this weekend.  Hope you will join us for this very special live acoustic session this Sunday morning. 

It's more new live music on Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday as The Dharma Farmers pay their first visit

The Dharma FarmersThe Dharma Farmers are the fairly new project of  Jeff Holmes (Vocal and harmonica) and Larry Berwald (guitar). This will be the first visit of Jeff to Hunter at Sunrise, but Larry has been on the show a number of times accompanying Seth Stainback, Julie Clark, Little Doors and as part of his own, Larry Berwald and Friends. I am told they have some surprises in mind saluting other local artists in the area.  So we hope you will join us this Sunday morning as the Dharma Farmers visit the show for the first time. 

Hunter At Sunrise welcomes Norfolk's Spirit Gun for the first time this Sunday morning

Spirit Gun twoJoin us this Sunday as members of Spirit Gun from Norfolk visit our show for the first time.  Spirit Gun is Peter Overstreet, Oren Lev, and Stephen Siegel and they specialize in Rock.Roll.Soul. They've been around since 2012 and dabble in a number of different genres.  Hope you can join us as Spirit Gun has its first acoustic session on Hunter at Sunrise this Sunday morning. 

Matt Vollmer pays his first visit to Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday

Matt VollmerOur new way of presenting live music has been a rousing success over the last two weekends and we continue with live guests this Sunday.  We are happy to welcome for the first time singer/songwriter Matt Vollmer.  Matt is originally from North Carolina, studied music in Florida and now resides in Va. Beach. He now occasionally plays various venues here in the area.  Hope you can join us as Matt Vollmer visits Hunter At Sunrise for the first time this Sunday. 

Hunter At Sunrise continues with live guests this Sunday when the Ben Phelps Project visits

Ben Phelps ProjectIt's our second Sunday of live guests and we're welcoming members of the Ben Phelps Project to the show.  The Smithfield based band was supposed to visit right after the release of their critically acclaimed album, Wake Up the Guards,  but the pandemic had other ideas.  So we're making up for it with a live acoustic session this Sunday.  We will be social distancing as we did last weekend and we appreciate the band being patient, allowing us to work out the details for this interview.  Hope you will join us as the Ben Phelps Project comes to Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday morning.  For more about the Ben Phelps Project, click HERE. 

Hunter At Sunrise returns to live shows AND live guests this Sunday when the duo Dry Land visits

Dry Land DuoYes, it has been since early March since we've had guests come to the studio to be on the show.  The pandemic did a number on our live acoustic sessions, but this Sunday all that changes as the Norfolk duo, Dry Land, visits Hunter At Sunrise.  Dry Land is Kate and Drew Landman and they have been on the show before as part of the band House of Cards. We will be social distancing of course, taking extra steps to be safe from the virus.  But we are very excited to present live music on the radio once again.  Hope you will join us as Dry Land visits Hunter At Sunrise this Sunday. 

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