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Live Taping of ‘Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour’ March 31

Posted on 30 Mar 2012


For its annual recording of the "Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour", the world-renowned radio program of Lexington, Kentucky is coming to Conway, Arkansas to showcase musical performances by The Cleverlys, Blue Rain Bluegrass Band, Bonnie Montgomery, Nathan A., and many more musical talents from Arkansas’ grassroots musicians.

The broadcast recording, featuring a live audience, will take place in Reynolds Performance Hall on the University of Central Arkansas’ campus on March 31, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. 

For more information, a complete lineup and to purchase tickets, please visit KUAR.  

To be a part of the audience or just to come and enjoy Arkansas Bluegrass musicians at their best, reserve your tickets at Reynolds Performance Hall’s box office on UCA’s campus or at the Reynolds Performance Hall website

AETN will broadcast this live event at a later date. 


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