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King Radio and Lorne Clark

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Airs Thursday, February 12th at 9p on WVIA-TV

King Radio is a new group founded by Justin King which features members of well-known regional bands such as Mere Mortals, and The Five Percent, and Leroy Justice. They recently completed a CD with legendary producer Jim Scott, who has worked with Sting, Tom Petty, the Rolling Stones and the Dixie Chicks among others. King Radio will be debuting their new material that is marked by solid songwriting and especially tasteful musicianship.

Canadian-born, Meshoppen, PA, area resident Lorne Clarke is no stranger to Homegrown Music. With a fascinating personal background as a policeman, member of the merchant marine and proud farmer, Clarke brings his big voice and throughtful, often-provocative lyrics to bear in his memorable songs. After a four-year hiatus, he returns to Homegrown Music for a solo performance.

 

 
 
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