SYNDICATED AMERICANA RADIO SHOW
“THE TOKYO ROSENTHAL PROGRAM”
STARTS JUNE 5, 2014
We’re excited to be able to offer our guests yet another first – a live-to-disc radio show.
Internationally touring Americana recording artist, Tokyo Rosenthal, who happens to live just up 15/501 in Orange County, will be hosting The Tokyo Rosenthal Program on the Pittsboro Roadhouse stage!
WHEN: THURSDAY NIGHTS 8:00 PM
SEASON 1: THURSDAYS, JUNE 5 – JULY 31 2014
TICKETS: FREE, but by request. Limited to 50 guests.
July 3 – String Beings
July 10 – Milagro Saints
July 17 – Eric Janoski (Mother Explosives, Facebook)
July 24 – Andrea Connolly (Birds and Arrows Music)
July 31 – Marshall Ballew
June 5 – Kirk Ridge and Friends
June 12 – Angela Easterling
June 19 – Wyatt Easterling
June 26 – Alan Barrington
Video recordings professionally produced by Jeff Phillips.
Look for other recordings on InFocus Studios on YouTube.
Where can we get tickets?
- 97.9 FM and 1360 AM WCHL will do weekly giveaways at their morning and afternoon programs. Listen online here: http://tunein.com/radio/WCHL-1360-s27842/
- The Music Loft in Carrboro - mention “The Tokyo Gift” and see what happens
- Ask Greg Lewis, owner of the Pittsboro Roadhouse, at the Roadhouse
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
What do tickets cost? No charge.
- The tickets are free, but since this is a live-to-disc radio show, recorded live for syndicated radio shows internationally, we need to limit them to a focused audience, there for the music and the show.
Who can come? You.
- With a ticket in hand, guests are welcome. Because the show is recording live, our audience will need to be listening and not talking during the show. Some children are comfortable sitting quietly and listening, others less so. Please keep that in mind in deciding who to bring with you.
Last Minute Tickets? Yes.
- If it’s the last minute and you want tickets, click this link for tickets online.
Can we order food and / or drinks while listening to the Tokyo Rosenthal Program? Yes – Come Early.
- If you would like to have dinner, desserts or an appetizer, we invite you to come before the show, perhaps at 7:00 or 6:30 to have a leisurely meal. Out of respect to the producers of the show, we think you may want to order any drinks before the show begins recording.
How long is the show? 1 Hour
- The show will start at 8 pm and run about an hour, though recording time may be slightly less than an hour. At present we do not know if there will be a break, or if we will be recording straight through the hour.
What radio stations will carry the show? WCHL & Others
- WCHL in Chapel Hill is the show’s flagship station.
- Negotiations are in progress with other radio shows and Tokyo has agreements with several already.
When will WCHL air the show? 3PM Weekends Starting June 14.
- See air dates and times on Tokyo Rosenthal’s program page.
- 3pm EST Saturdays and Sundays starting June 14.
How can we reach Tokyo to interview him or write about The Tokyo Rosenthal Program?
What are Tokyo Rosenthal’s online sites?