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Greetings Friends and Listeners:

   Please enjoy these shows from our catalog of over 80 shows. The Cold River Radio Show is recorded live in the heart of New Hampshire's Mount Washington Valley. Now in it's 7th year of operation, the show remains committed to its mission of promoting the rich arts and culture of New England. 

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                               Show Producer,

                                        Jonathan Sarty

May 5, 2019

Part 2 of the 25th Cold River Radio Show featuring vocalist and songwriter Anna Madsen supported by Myron Kibby and Brian Coombes of Londonderry based Rocking Horse Music Club. In this episode Jonathan welcomes Amarantos to the stage and local spotlight Al Shafner, along with a Mt. Washington Moment from Voice From...


Apr 30, 2019

This show featured vocalist and songwriter Anna Madsen supported by producer Brian Coombes of Londonderry NH based Rocking Horse Studios with his Rocking Horse Music Club. In this episode, which is part one of a two part show, show host Jonathan Sarty and his Cold River Radio Band welcome the Portland, Maine based...


Apr 3, 2019

This is part two of a show recorded in March of 2014 at Theater in the Wood. Featuring host Jonathan Sarty and the Cold River Radio Band, author Kim Nilson, songwriter Putnam Smith, and New England Holler Folk Legends the Ghost of Paul Revere. 


Mar 21, 2019

This show (Part 1 of our 10th Show) was recorded live in the Heart of Mt. Washington Valley on Sunday March 9th of 2014 and features Maine Singer/Songwriter Putnam Smith, Story Teller/Author/Musician Michael Caduto, Author and Trailblazer Kim Nilson, Local Spotlight Bobby Sheehan of Junco, The Mount Washington Moment...


Mar 14, 2019

3rd Anniversary Show-In this second act of our 18th Show Host Jonathan Sarty and the Cold River Radio Band welcome Maine Native and National Folk Legend Dave Mallett, Storyteller Simon Brooks, and one of New England's hardest working Nationally touring bands the Mallett Brothers Band.