Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour

From historic downtown Plymouth, Indiana, where the Lincoln Highway and Michigan Road cross the banks of the beautiful Yellow River, it's The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour. It airs the first Monday of the month at 9 PM on 88.1 WVPE.

Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour with John Bahler

Apr 2, 2018

Wild Rose Moon Music Director John Bahler moves to the center stage with his original work and some great cross picking. Rochester's Michael Kenny shares a song he wrote and George harnesses a couple members of the audience for an episode of Shoot The Moon. Sound by Nate Butler, Nimble Wit Productions, Goshen.

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Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour: John Bahler

Mar 27, 2018

Save a little Dyngus Day for us as Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour Music Director John Bahler, a member of the Stampede String Band, takes solo center stage. Host George Schricker also welcomes Rochester's Mike Kinney and we play some Shoot the Moon with members of the audience. It'll be fun. Join us Monday, April 2, at 9:00 P.M. Produced by Nate Butler, Nimble Wit Productions, Goshen. 

Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour with Mark Dvorak

Mar 6, 2018

The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour is recorded live at the Wild Rose Moon, Plymouth, Indiana. This month host George Schricker welcomes our special guest, Chicago's Old Town School of Folk Music Artist-in-Residence and Member of the Faculty Mark Dvorak. Mark plays and sings, reflects on the art of his 30 year career, and leads a gathering of Wild Rose Moon regulars through a hootenanny. With Music Director John Bahler and engineered by Nate Butler, Nimble Wit Productions, Goshen.

Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour with John Gorka

Feb 5, 2018

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Host George Schricker welcomes John Gorka to downtown Plymouth for an hour of music, conversation, and fun, with special guest Tim Pike, music director John Bahler, and announcer Hannah Livengood, all made nice for your ears by  sound man extraordinaire Nate Butler, from Nimble Wit Productions in Goshen. 

Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour: Joel Mabus

Jan 8, 2018

In this episode, we welcome southern Illinois native Joel Mabus, a veteran of the working artist music scene, and Bloomington's John Williams, who returns to his boyhood home of Plymouth, Indiana.  

Join host George Schricker for a brand new episode of The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour featuring Nashville recording artist and Nebraska native Shannon LaBrie with "It's Political" and "Heaven Crashed Down."Also, a new segment of Shoot the Moon and music director John Bahler sings his tune about the state of Indiana. Recorded live at The Wild Rose Moon in Plymouth, Indiana by Nate Butler of Nimble Wit Productions, Goshen. 

With joHn Kennedy. Sept. 3, 2017. Link to listen. Edit | Remove

Join host George Schricker for a whole lot of fun with Episode 7:  South Bend's own, singer songwriter joHn Kennedy, Chris O'Brien, Marshall County Hammered Dulcimer artist Marcy Prochaska, Music Director John Bahler, and the audience participation quiz show, "Shoot the Moon."

October 1: Shannon Labrie

August 2017, recorded live in Plymouth, Indiana, Host George Schricker, with Society of Broken Souls,  Jim Yocum, and Music Director John Bahler. Sound by Nate Butler


July 2017. Plymouth, Indiana.

Host George Schricker welcomes The Stampede String Band, Hannah Livengood, Jim Bowen, and Cindy Davis for songs, a poem, a story, some conversation and a sing-along. 

It's hometown week on the Radio Hour, featuring some of the great folks who make the Moon glow. Join us this time to find out what the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour is all about. July: Stampede String Band  August: Society of Broken Souls