JAMESTOWN – Episode 47 of Rolling Hills Radio will take place Thursday, Oct. 15 and will feature nationally known musician Roy Book Binder, a living cultural treasure, having traveled this country, making a living as a “hillbilly bluesman” for over 45 years. Roy is a walking encyclopedia of folk music and considered a “brilliant” guitarist.
Following the success of special performances featuring John McEuen and Jim Lauderdale, the Oct. 15 show featuring Roy Book Binder will take place on the stage of the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts, with audience members also allowed to sit on the stage, providing an up-close, intimate performance.
ABOUT ROLLING HILLS RADIO
Host Ken Hardley brings a mix of hard-working, frequently touring musicians, singers and songwriters to the Reg Lenna Studio Theater stage for an intimate evening of live music, interview, storytelling and more. Rolling Hills Radio is an ongoing series featuring live musical performances from regional, national, and internationally recognized artists exploring, celebrating, and performing grassroots Americana music. Whether blues, classical, bluegrass, folk, traditional country, rockabilly, jazz, or pop the music reflects the heart of the musician and the human condition.
Each concert is recorded in front of a live audience and then broadcast the following week on WRFA.