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Heartlands Hayride September 27 2014 $12

The World's Original WDVR Heartlands Hayride radio barn dance & country music show

The Texas Rose Band Sandi. The chief cowgirl, lives in the Poconos and performs an interesting blend of Old Time Folk, Western Heritage and Swing and Bluegrass...real Americana Music, sharing her original material in these genres of music. Performing as a solo to a five piece band with a number of talented musicians, "Texas Rose" has shared this Americana style music in PA, NY, DE and NJ, and occasionally back out west with her sister as a duo. It has been said "the memories brought back by some of these well known tunes is heart warming." from this "Swingin' Bluegrass Cowgirl" More recently this "Texas Rose" music was described as CowGrass, which fits the group of fine musicians now performing regularly with the band, The Saddle Pals. http://texrosemusic.blogspot.com/2009/01/contact.html

The Calaboose Cronies A country and western band that looks suspiciously familiar. These boys are hardened music types who may be on the run, so we suggest you enjoy their talents while still in town. Weíll keep you safe, but canít guarantee you wonít be overcome by their marvelous mellifluous melodies: Bronco Billy, Joltiní Jimmy, Kickiní Kyle, Badlands Ben, Arizona Al. As fresh as the morning frost!

Barry Sokol We introduced this authentic dude to the Hayride stable a few months 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."

Carol Miller Long lost, now found! Carolís composing and singing has its roots in folk music. Her songs reflect a love of nature, a keen sense of humor, and a fascination with the human spirit. She has performed on several continents, mostly Mexico and the US. Carol was on the Hayride several times in the distant past; welcome home!

Don Cogan veteran country performer from Quakertown, Pa., is anxious to be back with great songs and picking: everything from Hank Snow to Hank Williams to Don Williams and with plenty of surprises.

Chuck Pierman's homespun humor and lyrical comedy provide a welcome respite to the mix as he takes a break from his Delaware Township deer and groundhog farm. He says the deer have headed for greener pastures and the woodchucks are trying to dry out: heís ready for some fun and merriment.

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.

Al Kessel, master musician, promoter, producer, publicist, singer and a talented writer.

Ben Lawson, master of the pedal steel, always evokes a chuckle, great musical talent. Welcome home!

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 C&C Catering

Ample free parking

Seating on ground floor; rest rooms down 7 steps, food up 7 steps

 

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            609-397-1620

 

 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

 

 

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