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Because the fellowship hall at the Main Street United Methodist Church is unavailable on the third Friday of the January, the River City Radio Hour will move to Friday, January 23.
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.
The September River City Radio Hour regulars Boogie Kings and the First Lady of Comedy, Marsha Howard will be joined by John-Robert Rimel, a country-singer phenomenon, and the Amazing Man of Magic, Peter Monticup.
Ever mindful that change in the climate and with an eye on the forecast for Friday, August 22, the Wayne Theatre Alliance has reluctantly announced that the Radio Hour season opener will be moved from the street in front of the Wayne Theatre to the Fellowship Hall of the Main Street United Methodist Church in Waynesboro.
The River City Radio Hour begins the new season in an open-air performance in downtown Waynesboro. The traditional August opener will be on the 500 block of West Main Street. With the Wayne Theatre as a backdrop, the Friday, August 22 at 7:00pm Radio Hour will again bring music, comedy and drama to its audience.
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.
WTA’s Gateway will celebrate the end of its three years with an extravagant evening of performances by some of the Gateway patrons’ favorites.
The Friday, May 16th River City Radio Hour will host local favorites, Chrystal McKee and Dustin Roadcap, at the performance and another chapter of Basic City Boys by Richard Adams.
The Friday, April 18th River City Radio Hour will mark the first appearance of Frets & Fingers on the Radio Hour and another chapter of Basic City Boys.
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.”
A talented booking agent learns to call in his favors. Since Richard Adams is his own booking agent, he used his network to bring a new level of talent to the Nov. 1 Richard Adams Variety Show.
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.
Seven years. And Marsha Howard has not repeated a joke yet. At least she doesn’t think she’s repeated a joke to her audiences at the River City Radio Hour.
The July 17th performances of “The River City Radio Hour” will be headlined by Sound Direction, an a cappella sextet, and the world famous Washboard Wonders. Sound Direction had a loyal following before it went into hiatus four years ago. This will be their first appearance since reuniting. The group includes John and Bettie Tindall, […]
The debut of the Remember November Quartet and the third installment of local author Matthew Warner’s How the Martians Stole Christmas will highlight the November installment of “The River City Radio Hour” set for Friday night. The 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. performances are offered free of charge at Blue Ridge Christian Fellowship at 329 […]