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The River City Radio Hour’s March 20th performance will celebrate two of the month’s highlights: St. Patrick’s Day and the Anniversary of the Battle of Waynesboro.
The River City Radio Hour will present a special dessert-theater celebration of Christmas on December 19 and 20 in the Fellowship Hall of the Main Street United Methodist Church
The November River City Radio Hour will premiere a new serial Tales from Rose Hall. The four-part serial traces the role a celebrated home played in Waynesboro’s participation in the Civil War.
National touring and recording star Scott Helmer will stop in Waynesboro on his year-long, cross-country tour to help theatres like the Wayne to make, as he says, “this world a better place.”
One of the Valley’s longest running productions completes its seventh season on June 20 when the River City Radio Hour takes it final bow at WTA’s Gateway.
The 90 minute performance starting at 7:30pm. The performance will feature the River City Radio Hour regulars, the Boogie Kings: Richard Adams, J. T. Fauber, and the keyboard genius William Hayes and comedian Marsha Howard.
After seven years, the River City Radio Hour performance beginning with the Friday, Jan. 17 edition of the Radio Hour.
“At the close of the October Radio Hour, one of our long-time fans said she loved the show, but wish we had more time with Boogie Kings,” says Clair Myers producer of the River City Radio Hour. “We promise you, she will get her wish in November.”
Clair Myers, producer of the River City Radio Hour, says, “We have a wealth of talent on the October Radio Hour.” To prove his point, he announced that Dr. Stephen Levine and the Dreaded Blues Lady, Lorie Strother, and the dynamic duo of Chet and Jill will join the Boogie Kings for a jam-packed musical hour on Friday, October 18.
The Popular Night Hawk Mysteries return to May’s River City Radio Hour. This time the would-be private eye takes on a homicide at the local amusement park
Edited by Chris Graham email@example.com The River City Radio Hour performances on Friday will be an eclectic mix of musical and comedy talents. The Boogie Kings, led by Richard Adams with William Hayes on keyboard and J.T. Fauber on percussion, will head the musical entertainment. Joining the popular Radio Hour band will be Bill […]
Item by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org Guest appearances by, ahem, Elvis, the Singing Spilman Sisters and comedian Marsha Howard will highlight next week’s “River City Radio Hour.” The event is being held in conjunction with the monthly Third Fridays at the Blue Ridge Christian Fellowship Cafe and Music Hall at 529 W. Main St. Performances are […]