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Heartlands Hayride November 22, 2014 $12

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

Boulevard Express Bluegrass Band 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. http://www.boulevard-express.com/

John "JW" Williams, The legend returns! JW who usually rolls with The Buicks, travels solo with our band tonight. Accustomed to performing up-country a bit, he makes his Hayride return racing full speed with tunes from his great, new CD. Is it Marty Robbins or is it JW? Come and see…and enjoy! Classic Country from the Golden Era.

Don’t miss one of JW’s rare area appearances.

Nancy Supko, star of stage, screen and radio, often billed as Jersey's prototypical cabaret singer. Once again a popular program host on WDVR and held in great admiration in the performing arts, she's the master of the Patsy Cline style, and conversant enough to write a book - on classic country, of course.

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.

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. We’ll keep you safe, but can’t guarantee you won’t be overcome by their marvelous mellifluous melodies: Bronco Billy, Joltin’ Jimmy, Kickin’ Kyle, Badlands Ben, Arizona Al. As fresh as the morning frost!

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 groundhogs are taking a nap: he’s 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.

Jim Thompson Mr. Personality: always on base thumping the bass.

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

Honey Baked Ham, Corn Suffle, Sauteed Peas, salad, streusel cake, pumpkin cream parfait, peach or apple cobbler, more. Mix or match.

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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