Photo credit: Jamie Probst
Bumpy Peterson is Chautauqua County icon, having performed since the 60's with "Bumpy and the Jaguars," recording and playing with "Bumpy and Sawmill Run," and leaving an indelible mark on the Northeastern Country music scene.
Buffalo native Kathryn Koch is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist best known for her powerhouse vocals with acclaimed indie folk band Redheaded Stepchild. from 1996-2010. Her duties in RHSC, in addition to vocals, included sax, harmonica, bass, mandolin, guitar, and once someone even let her play the banjo. After spending many years in Nashville, TN, Kathryn recently returned to Buffalo and has found enthusiastic support for her many musical endeavors. Kathryn continues to showcase her songwriting and re-interpretation of traditional folk music as a solo act. Kathryn also plays alto sax and sings with Black Rock Zydeco, and sings and plays harmonica with Alan "ADub" Whitney and the Healing Committee. She is currently working on her first solo album.
Host, Ken Hardley brings a mix of hard-working, frequently touring musicians, singers and songwriters to the Studio Theater stage for an intimate evening of live music, interview, storytelling and more. Rolling Hills Radio, a creation of producer/host Ken Hardley, is an ongoing series featuring live musical performances from local, regional, national & 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 with you - the live audience - then broadcast the following week on WRFA-LP 107.9 FM, Radio For The Arts.
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