We hope you will join us on Time for the Blues this Saturday night (7/16/16) at 11:00 as we try to fight the summer heat with some very cool blues. Of course it won’t mean a thing if you’re not there to help us enjoy it.
Articles by John Porter
We hope you will join us this Saturday night (7/9/16) when Time for the Blues gets its funky dance groove on! Henry and I are busting out our best – and only – dance moves and you will be so glad we’re on radio so you won’t have to see them!
Henry and I hope you will make plans to join us this Saturday night (5/28/16) starting at 11:00 p.m. as we prepare for the unofficial beginning of summer by bringing you some scorching hot blues!
It’s not a blues song by any means, but we all remember that Buster Poindexter number from years ago – the one with the chorus, “Hot, hot, hot!” Not many people know that was written with a Richmond summer in mind.
Henry and I hope you will join us this Saturday (5/21/16) at 11:00 p.m. as we unleash the latest episode of Time for the Blues featuring some great music from Virginia Artists as well as some great new numbers from around the country.
Henry and I hope you will join us on Time for the Blues this Saturday (5/7/16) at 11:00 p.m. as we are preparing a great show for you filled with music from old friends, and a number of other artists that we admire!
We hope you will join us on Time for the Blues this Saturday (4/30/16) at 11:00 p.m. as Henry and I are putting together a great show for you that features some amazing music and at least two jokes that just might make you chuckle!
We hope you will join us this Saturday night (4/16/16) at 11:00 on Time for the Blues as Henry and I have put together a great show featuring some artists that you love as well as some with whom you may not be as familiar!
Shakespeare’s King Lear is a monumental play. But one major obstacle to mounting a good production of Lear is to have an actor that is believable as an older man, but who still has the stamina to last through a three-hour show night after night. There have been attempts to use younger actors – Olivier for example played the role in his twenties, but said he didn’t understand it until his seventies.
Theatre commentator John Porter looks at Firehouse Theatre’s production of “Maple & Vine.”