The very talented young country singer SaraJane McDonald will make her River City Radio Hour debut in May. She will combine her talents with the Boogie Kings and Marsha Howard to provide a fast-paced and entertaining hour at WTA's Gateway.
Kevin Chisnell closes out his popular monthly show, Mojo Saturday Night, with Erin Lundsford and The Smokey Bandits. He discovered the group at the last Waynesboro Chili, Blues and Brews Festival and was impressed by the response of the audience that did not want them to leave the stage.
The Virginia Playwrights and Screenwriters Initiative (VPSI) under the direction of its Artistic Director Boomie Pedersen has joined with WTA's Gateway to present a new series of developing scripts. The first in the series will be Dancing by Richard Washer
The Really, Really Big Show
The April 2013 Richard Adams Variety Show Highlight Reel.
Howdy! The show this month has a “VARIETY” of music and some of my favorite acts. Sarah Lynna and this month’s version of the “Misfit Toys” will feature Sarah Lynna on vocals and guitar, Travis Weaver on Bass, Oscar (he only needs one name) on drums and sitting in with the band will be the legendary Buddy Thomas.
This Friday marks the official 18th Richard Adams Variety Show. Since the show’s beginnings, there have been singers, dancers, actors, hula hoopers, flat footers, cloggers, tap dancers, modern dancers, cat impressions, Tuba Choirs, German Bands, The Judy Chops, Bryan E. Smith, Bourbon Barrel Congress, Buddy Thomas, Kathy LaFon, Wanda, yes, Wanda, interviews and a whole lot of fun.
2013 WWE Hall of Fame inductee and New York Times bestselling author Mick Foley is bringing his critically acclaimed comedy show to Waynesboro, Va., on Saturday, April 13 at 4 p.m. The Tales from Wrestling Past Comedy Show is coming to the Louis Spilman Auditorium at Waynesboro High School, 1200 W. Main St., Waynesboro, Va.
Paul Sanders comes across as soft-spoken in his understated approach to providing entertainment in the form of his Music Trivia Nights at the Gateway Theatre in Downtown Waynesboro. Don't let the soothing voice fool you into thinking that Sanders is just a run-of-the-mill disc jockey. The guy knows his stuff when it comes to music.