Thursday, November 20, 2014

JCherry & The Strawberries ROCK



Ladies Night Home Concerts


JCherry & Mr.Sparks
JCherry & The Strawberries! 


We had a lovely time playing music at the beautiful home of Sharon Bartlett Mann! Sharon booked us to play via Ladies Night Home Concerts! We enjoyed Sharon's home, her friends, and we are very thankful to Julie Clark Shubert for this unique opportunity. Ladies Night Home Concerts is a unique way to support female artists and have a great time doing it! You too can bring local music into your living room and have a fabulous party everyone will enjoy!


JCherry & Sharon Bartlett Mann


Find out more and visit  Ladies Night Home Concerts 

Julie Clark Shubert

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Miss VOICE of the CITY last night on WESU?

Then catch it tonight on cygnus radio from 7-8PM!
 Someone You Can Xray

CYGNUSRADIO.COM

JCherry, Ira Sakolski, and Someone You Can Xray




Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Tonight on VOICE of the CITY airing on WESU 88.1FM Middletown from 8-9PM

LIVE with Ira Sakolsky of Riverway StudioIra is a producer, engineer, multitalented musician, actor, Grammy Award-winning composer, and so much more; a director, teacher, and the creator of the Essex Steam Train's Freight Night, and the ever popular, North Pole Express.  



Ira Sakolsky of Riverway Studio


Also live in the studio with Dana ‘DeeDawg’ Newman and Bryan Newman of the band, Someone You Can Xray. Playing groovy original tunes that make you want to shimmy, shake, rattle and roll! 








Live and local… this ain't no commercial radio!! 





streaming on CygnusRadio on Wednesday nights from 7-8PM


Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Tonight on VOICE of the CITY


airing on WESU 88.1FM Tuesday nights from 8-9PM, and Wednesday's from 7-8PM on CygnusRadio, live with Cameron Sutphin. Live and local this ain't no commercial radio! 







Wednesday, November 5, 2014

VOICE of the CITY live with Julia Autumn Ford airs tonight on CygnusRadio from 7-8PM




Julia Autumn Ford 
live on VOICE of the CITY


 Julia Autumn Ford chose to write a song that saved her life, Don’t Give Up On Me from her EP “Julia Autumn Ford”. On the verge of suicide, and struggling with the weight of depression, she put down the knife and picked up her guitar. It wasn’t a conscious choice to pick up the guitar and write a song. Something in her shifted. “I was crying through the whole process of writing it. Then afterwards I was like, wow! I saw what I did, and realized that it could help me. If I got out of that using music, then I could get through anything,” she explained.




Julia has always loved music. She started writing songs when she was just two years old. “I didn’t really have much of a vocabulary then. So I made up my own words like prepedition. I’ve been writing small parts of songs forever. Don’t Give Up On Me was the first full song I wrote and finished,” she said. Her music is honest, real and from the heart. A fresh young voice with a lyrical soul full of wisdom. To listen to the full interview on VOICE of the CITY with JCherry that aired Tuesday on WESU 88.1FM, tune into CygnusRadio tonight from 7-8PM www.cygnusradio.com


Airing on Tuesdays from 8-9PM on WESU 88.1FM
and Wednesdays on CygnusRadio from 7-8PM