Enjoy two free downloads from the new CD by Mulebone entitled "Keep on Movin'" currently featured on The Sound. Available above is the CD's title track as well as Saw My Baby. Find out more about the band by visiting here.
Enjoy not one but TWO free downloads from the new CD by The Elders "Story Road" currently featured on The Sound. Available above are Meetings of the Waters and Lost My Heaven. Find out more about the band by visiting here.
It is time to gather round the radio for great holiday programs on Public Radio East. We start off with Hanukkah Lights on Tuesday, December 16th and end with New Year's Day from Vienna on Thursday, January 1st. In between twelve addition programs will bring holiday music, readings, and historical offerings into your home. The entire list of programs is available here. Holiday programming is made possible by a generous grant from Ward and Smith, PA.
INTRO – If you like your country or acoustic music slick and highly produced, don’t buy the following CD by Raleigh’s Lynda Dawson and Greenville’s Pattie Hopkins. One guitar, one fiddle, two voices … that’s it … and the CD’s title tells you everything you need to know about the music inside. George Olsen talked with Lynda & Pattie and has this.
Snuggle up to your radio this holiday season and enjoy these programs to help make your holidays bright. All programs are on WTEB 89.3 unless otherwise noted
Sunday, December 22
10 am-11 am Valparaiso University Christmas Concert
The Valparaiso University invites you, once again, to their Christmas Concert, “A Carol Festival”. This concert features over 200 musicians in spectacular Christmas celebration, and will include the Valparaiso University Chorale, Women’s Choir, Men’s Choir, Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Concert Band.
New Bern’s Nicholas Sparks has just released his 18th book “The Longest Ride.” Dating back to 1996’s “The Notebook” he’s enjoyed remarkable success, with several of the books topping the New York Times bestseller list and virtually all… if not all… appearing in the top ten… which is why I was surprised by his answer to my question about whether he still enjoys the writing process after nearly 18 years as a highly-read author.