The Secret City Radio Show on Friday will feature local singer/songwriter Robinella with special guests songwriter/fiddle player Sarah Pirkle and Giffin Vann.
The Secret City Radio Show will be broadcast live from the new American Museum of Science and Energy in Oak Ridge by East Tennessee’s WDVX 89.9 FM. The show is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. Friday, May 10. You can also listen on 102.9 FM in Knoxville, at 93.9 FM in Seymour and Kodak, and online at WDVX.com.
Amber McBride of Oak Ridge National Laboratory will present some innovative bioscience technology that is preserving forests around the world, and UCOR will present the Clinch River Trail Alliance, a press release said.
The show will also give listeners a sneak peek at four upcoming festivals in Oak Ridge: Flatwater Tales Storytelling Festival, Nine Lakes Wine Festival, Lavender Festival, and Secret City Festival.
Tickets to be part of the live studio audience can be found at www.wdvx.com. You can also follow Secret City Radio on Facebook and buy tickets through their event posts, the press release said.
The Secret City Radio Show is made possible by its presenting sponsor, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Federal Credit Union, and official sponsorship support from UCOR, The East Tennessee Foundation’s Oak Ridge Fund for Achieving Community Excellence, RSI EnTech, StrataG, Explore Oak Ridge, and Oak Ridge Associated Universities, and technical support from AMSE and Pellissippi State.
The Secret City Radio Show is a part of the Friday Night Live Series on WDVX and is a part of The Tennessee Music Highway, the press release said. It highlights Oak Ridge and the surrounding area’s significance in history, artistic contributions of today, and its work in science and technology that will impact the future.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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