Listen to “Cabin Fever 2020” presented by Ozarks Highlands Radio and Stone Bank

Ozarks Highlands Radio and Stone Bank Team up to present “Cabin Fever 2020” virtual concert.

The program will features performances from some of the Mountain View area’s finest musicians including, Grace Stormont, Love Holler, the Bow Tanglers, and The Gravel Yard Bluegrass Band, Pam Setser, Ed Nicholson, and Stan D’Aubin.

The evening hosted by Ozark Highland Radio’s on-air host Dave Smith who was the emcee for the evening. Also featured is Ozark Highlands Radio and Mountain View personality, Mark Jones, who has a regular segment on the weekly radio show. 

Ozark Highland Radio is a weekly one-hour program featuring musical performances, past and present, as well as segments on the cultural history and tradition of the greater Ozarks region.

Ozark Highland Radio is heard locally on Timeless 106.1 KFFB Sunday’s at 6 am, “‘KFFB at the Ozark Folk Center’, was the forerunner of Ozark Highland Radio”, said Bob Connell, Owner and President of Freedom Broadcasting Inc. (Parent corporation of KFFB) “and we are proud to continue supporting the Ozark Folk Center in any way possible, I appreciate the corporate leadership of Stone Bank with this endeavor” Ozark Highland Radio is also heard nationwide on over 130 public and community radio stations all across the country

Kirby Williams, Executive Vice President of Stone Bank said “We help sponsor their national broadcast and their weekly broadcast on KUAR, the Little Rock NPR affiliate,” said Williams.

“We are soliciting donations to the Committee of One Hundred for the Ozark Folk Center,” said Williams. The COOH serves to promote the Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View and its efforts to preserve the folk culture of the Ozarks. “Just like other venues and parks, the Ozark Folk Center has had to curtail its season of scheduled concerts,” said Williams.  Donations may be made to by check to Committee of 100, P O Box 2111, Mountain View AR 72560.