MUSICIANS APPRECIATE SUMMERTIME OPPORTUNITIES TO PLAY

July 17, 2020

CONWAY — Jonathan Sarty of Cold River Radio fame says he has a “daytime job and he’s doing all right” (to quote Dire Straits’ “Sultans of Swing”), working as a contractor and painter.

But with outdoor gigs, the local music scene has picked up recently, and he has been playing at the Wildcat Tavern in Jackson as well as as on the deck Friday nights at River’s Edge Grille at Indian Mound Golf Club in Ossipee.

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Beat Goes On: local musicians adapt to new normal

May 2, 2020

CONWAY — “Don’t quit your day job” is a cruel jab generally directed at someone in the arts who can’t cut it.

But even in normal times, talented artists often need a second (or third) job in to make ends meet while waiting for their big break…

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the cold river radio show is staying connected to the valley with patreon

April 30, 2020

Jonathan Sarty, local musician and creator of The Cold River Radio Show talked with Roy Prescott yesterday all about how the Cold River Radio team has been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic…

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COLD RIVER RADIO OFFERS NEW WAY TO SEE SHOWS

April 10, 2020

HAD LIFE stayed normal, instead of the new normal, the Cold River Radio Show’s eighth season would have started April 19.

Alas, like so many things in our world, that show at Theater in the Wood in Intervale featuring singer-songwriter John Gorka has been canceled, and host Jonathan Sarty and his team have had to rearrange … everything due to guidelines in these coronavirus times…

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COLD RIVER RADIO show is on a roll

May 13, 2019

Often called the hardest-working entertainer in show business in the White Mountains, Cold River Radio Show singing host and local solo performer Jonathan Sarty, 45, of Wakefield, is gifted with a baritone voice, charismatic good looks, and a deep love for New England’s culture and music…

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