Luke Church

Host, All Things Considered

Luke is a married white male with no criminal record. Additionally, he is a college graduate with bonafides in  radio hosting, music curation, mandolin picking, and Harley and acoustic bike riding. In addition to hosting All Things Considered, Luke is host extraordinaire of Roots Down, WVTF's own Americana/mixed-bag music program airing Friday nights from 8-12.

floydcountrystore.com

Floyd County, Virginia is known for being a community connected to its rich tradition of old time music.  The Floyd Country Store and Handmade Music School help carry on that tradition through live performances and instruction.

Throughout Virginia's 2018 General Assembly session, All Things Considered host Luke Church and reporter Michael Pope will break down the highlights from the Capitol each week. It was the last week of the session, but there's still a lot of work to be done.

Singer/songwriter and author Dar Williams will be speaking Monday evening December 11 in Roanoke on her new book “What I Found In A Thousand Towns:  A Traveling Musician’s Guide To Rebuilding America’s Communities.” 

In less than four years, a concert venue on the Crooked Road Music Trail is making a small southwest Virginia town a destination for music lovers. Luke Church reports on the impact of the Harvester Performance Center in Rocky Mount.

Booking bands and putting on shows is standard operation for a music venue, but 5 Points Music Sanctuary in Roanoke has a broader mission encompassing education, therapy and advocacy. 

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