The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour recorded in historic downtown, Plymouth, Indiana had its debut with Denny and Lorrie Snyder, March 4th and 5th on WTCA AM & FM, and on WVPE, Public Radio, respectively. It is presently broadcast on each of these stations on the first weekend of each month.
The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour is recorded before a live audience in The Little Moon Theater on the lower level of the Wild Rose Moon Performing Arts Center in Historic Downtown Plymouth.
The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour is made possible through a generous grant from the Marshall County Community Foundation. The grant monies helped fund the installation of a state of the art sound system that allows the production to be recorded.
The Little Moon Theater is a cozy facility with 50 seats that face a colorful stage where the radio hour takes place. During the performance, an applause person helps keep the audience enthused and involved. George Schricker directs the show and keeps it rolling and on time. Then George sings the theme song, welcomes the audience, does interviews with guest musicians and poets, and occasionally shares a song or story. John Bahler, the show’s musical director handles all the theme music and often shares a song of his own. Afterwards, the recorded show is edited for broadcast by audio engineer, Nate Butler, of Ignition Garage fame. Nate also helps record the promos that go on the air prior to the show’s broadcast.
Tickets for the Wild Rose Moon radio hour are just $5 and can be purchased, either online at eventbrite.com, or, at ASK for Flowers and Wagoner’s music. Showtime is always at 2:00 p.m. Saturday and audience members are asked to show up early at 1:30 so the taping can begin promptly and on time.