91.9 Lawrenceville 90.5 Easton
Heartlands Hayride May 25, 2013
Original WDVR Heartlands Hayride country music variety show
was formed in 2009 by musicians from the Holmesburg Bluegrass Jam in
Philadelphia, PA. Terita Reeve, from Montgomery County, PA, leads the band on
vocals and guitar, while her husband Mike Reeve plays mandolin and dobro. Rick
Shryock, from Delaware County, PA, plays fiddle and sings back-up vocals, and
Aaron Campbell, from Delaware County, PA, plays banjo and sings lead and back-up
vocals. Matt Steck is on bass, and he hails from Maple Shade, NJ.
The band is best known for the traditional bluegrass music they play and
their three-part harmonies, in addition to writing their own songs which are
heavily influenced by traditional bluegrass. Boulevard Express (BX for short)
recently completed their first studio CD entitled "Come Outside" and are
currently working on their next CD, as well as gearing up for a busy 2013
Bill Clinton, one of the Hayride
originals from the early years, returns to remind us of the integrity and
soulfulness of traditional or classic country music. Bill has been picking and
singing since a young lad, first with the popular Hugh Clinton band and with his
own band, the Keystone Troubadours. He maintains a full performance schedule
through the year, in demand for fairs, carnivals, church events, and especially
the highly successful Bill Clinton country show held monthly for several years
in Quakertown, Pa. And he writes and records country music!!
Champion of the old "squeezebox" accordion
returns to help celebrate appreciation of the accordion. Bill has wowed crowds
up and down the East Coast with his lively renditions of country and polka, and
he’s a veteran band leader and radio personality. He’ll have ample opportunity
to remind us of those bygone, musically satisfying years of the 30s, 40s, and
50s, as he leads the return to prominence of the accordion in a new millennium.
will grace the stage with her popular
renditions of classic country and her folk interpretations. This liltingly
lovely pride of Hunterdon County attracts huge crowds of fans, old and new,
wherever she performs. Welcome home, Linda!
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.
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.
is a master musician, promoter, producer,
publicist, singer and a talented writer.
keeps the beat with some very tasteful
Mr. Personality: no one keeps the base
thumping like Jim!!
sits in with the boys—we’ll be hoppin’ and
a-jumpin’ tonight !
Show 6 - 8 PM. Doors open 4:30 PM.
Full food service by Grace & Friends
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,
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