91.9 Lawrenceville 90.5 Easton
Heartlands Hayride April 26, 2014
The World's Original WDVR Heartlands Hayride country music variety show
Ragtime Relics From Tin Pan Alley to the Ragtime
Blues, from the Jazz Age to Early Country, their
music is a blend of the traditions that helped shape American music in the early
20th Century. But they donít take their music or themselves too seriously. They
want the audiences to have as much fun as they do, so each performance is mix of
songs, stories, history and humor. The band name pays homage to their musical
roots. The performance is vintage. (The performers are too...)
Chris Val, veteran old-school country star,
says he can't stay away. Chris has performed with Tex Ritter, Ernest Tubb and
many others. This fondly remembered veteran of Trenton radio, has recorded for
Starday and many other labels, and continues to thrill crowds throughout
Delaware Valley. And he can
Barry Sokol We introduced this authentic dude
to the Hayride stable a few shows back. We donít know if heís Bakersfield or
Dallas, Nashville or Cincinnati. One thingís for sure, heíll take us back to the
old days on the radio barn dance shows; the Fifties are back!! Whereís he been
all this time?? Heís the "real thing."
Monica Franke Country girl gone uptown, with
that down home flavor, makes a triumphant return. Hunterdon favorite!! Monica
used to sing on the Hayride in the early years.
homespun humor and lyrical comedy provide a welcome
respite to the mix as he takes a break from his Delaware Township deer and
Bill Brandon, our masterful band leader and
organizer, reflects star-shine on the barn dance floor as he fronts the Hayride
band and keeps the boys on their toes, including these fine musicians.
master musician, promoter, producer, publicist, singer and a
Jim Thompson Mr. Personality: always on base
thumping the bass , except when hooking bass or in relief.
Kyle Miholics keeps the beat with some very
tasteful percussion work.
Show 6 - 8 PM. Doors open 4:30 PM
Full food service by Caterina & Carol
Ample free parking
WDVR's Virginia Napurano Cultural Arts
Center, in the historic "little country church by the
side of the road", 522 Rosemont-Ringoes Rd.
(route 604), Sergeantsville, Delaware Township,
Hunterdon County, NJ. 1/4 m east of county
routes 523 & 604.
Still only $12 donation
Children 12 & under $6
Future shows: May 10 & 24
WDVR will broadcast program alterations due
to weather conditions
Richard L Evans
for WDVR Heartlands Hayride and Penn Jersey Educational Radio Corp.,
604 County Road
604, PO Box 191, Sergeantsville, Delaware Twp., NJ 08557 215-257-8906