MUSIC IN THE MOUNTAINS TEAMING UP WITH KSAR 92.3 FM RADIO FOR “LIVE” BROADCAST

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MUSIC IN THE MOUNTAINS TEAMING UP WITH KSAR 92.3 FM RADIO FOR “LIVE” BROADCAST   Just as in the day when you could tune in to the Grand Ol’ Opry on a warm summer Saturday night, the “Music in the Mountains Show” will be airing across north central Arkansas on KSAR 92.3 FM radio Saturday night, August 17th starting at 6:00 p.m.  KSAR’s James Bragg and Music in the Mountains director Melodie Clemmons have teamed up once again to fill the airwaves with a taste of the best in music entertainment “live” from the stage of the Historic Horseshoe Bend Theatre in the heart of Horseshoe Bend, AR.   Clemmons has lined up a guest line up sure to please any musical taste. The multi-talented HWY 289 Band (Clemmons, Dr. Ron Yow, Chuck McNeight, and Bob McCarty) will welcome classic country singer/Izard County Judge David Sherrell of Oxford, well known fiddler Roger Fountain of Franklin, 15 year old guitar player Garrett Duncan of Poughkeepsie, ( Garrett is the grandson of  Johnny Duncan who once appeared on the Music in the Mountains stage back in the early days as part of Gene Williams Music Mountain Theatre in Horseshoe Bend), Eric Sitton, Tracey Cone, and Chaney Coleman of Melbourne’s “Deadwood Groove”, Amy Clemmons Brown of Sherwood on lead/back-up vocals,  and gospel singer Brenda Doty of Horseshoe Bend. The entire MITM  original cast, Ed Luedke, Ron Hart, and Jerry Kipper will also be on hand for an evening filled with music, fun and entertainment.   Junior Wallace will be preparing his special barbecue Boston butt to serve beginning at 5:00 p.m. prior to the show.  Showtime 6:00 p.m.     The hills will be alive with music, Saturday August 17th, 6:00 P.M.Come out and enjoy an evening of the best entertainment North Central Arkansas has to offer. Country, Gospel, Pop, and Blues, OR tune in toe KSAR radio 92.3 FM and be a part of this special event and enjoy the hospitality of the Ozark foothills.
Admission is always by donation, concessions available.   The Music in the Mountains Show is sponsored in part by FNBC.