Recorded live at RCH103 – Frank Roberts interviews Caston Young and Martin Parker Caston is a 14 year old singer, songwriter and guitar player from Edenton, NC, for being so young Caston music is fresh, mature and focused. Her lyrics touch the heart quick and deep.
Originally from Edenton, N.C., Martin Parker spent most of his professional music career in Nashville, Tennessee. He played locally in garage bands with “Moon” in high school, as well as many other local musicians. Parker relocated to Nashville in the early 70’s to make it in the music scene. As luck would have it, he ended up performing with many great artists including Ricky Scaggs, Vince Gill, Earl Scruggs, Patti Loveless, and Allison Krauss, to name a few.
Edenton drummer and recording engineer Martin Parker runs through tracks of various bands at his Seven Pines Studio in Edenton, NC
Recorded live at RCH103 – Frank Roberts interviews Joe Hoppel on his life in radio and his just released book ‘People I’ve Meet Things I’ve Done” – You won’t be able to put it down! Grab a copy of Joe’s Book at www.joehoppel.com or read a sample joesbooksample
Upcoming January 8th 2011 Frank Roberts interviews Gillian Hammond a local author writes handbook for the modern woman, Gillian Hammond (Habeger) is the pen behind Ana Hausen, Author of A Superwoman Handbook; an honest and raw personal journal of her life experiences, a journal which became a book by accident. Continue reading “Frankly Speaking Guest – Author Gillian Hammond”
On the Spot captures the moment in someones life, an event or just about anything that can be wrapped up in 30 minutes. On the Spot first show or rather moment is an interview with Frank Roberts of Frankly Speaking, as we talk about everything and nothing.
Frank talks about is life, career and shares many of his interesting stories about the people he’s meet along the way. Some funny, some that will touch your heart.
The Summer Breeze concert series for 2008 was quite successful. They drew good-sized crowds who enjoyed the music in person and, later on Radio Cafe Hertford 103. It was our pleasure to put the music on our web site for one and all to enjoy.
The music was quite a variety. The opening act was Connected which did just that with the audience. Following that jazzy presentation there was bluegrass by Strings Attached – and those attached strings sounded good.
The closer was the 2008 Gospel Festival with music by the Locust Grove AME Church Choir, The Blessing Boys of Hertford United Methodist Church, Cherry Alexander from Warren’s Grove Church, and the Holy Trinity Community Church Male Chorus.
It was an excellent cross-section of gospel music climaxed by the outstanding men from Holy Trinity.
The first two concerts had to be moved to the Recreation Center, but the gospelers did perform at the Newbold-White House site on a perfect-weather day.
Our thanks to the performers, the attendees, and to those who contributed their talents. Thanks from Radio Cafe Hertford 103. Frank Roberts