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Woman laughing in interview in Studio B at WNCW
Vicki Dameron

Olivia Chaney's Studio B performance of “Arches” this past July is now one of the tracks on our brand new Crowd Around The Mic Vol. 22. We'll listen to the entire Olivia Chaney session and catch up with our old friend Malcolm Holcombe, who was in Studio B about a month ago to play songs from his new album Come Hell or High Water.

Woman laughing in interview in Studio B at WNCW
Vicki Dameron

Olivia Chaney's Studio B performance of “Arches” this past July is now one of the tracks on our brand new Crowd Around The Mic Vol. 22. We'll listen to the entire Olivia Chaney session and catch up with our old friend Malcolm Holcombe, who was in Studio B about a month ago to play songs from his new album Come Hell or High Water.

We are officially in our Pre-drive stage and ready to show you some of our thank you gifts for our fundraiser that begins October 21st and ends October 27th. Pre-drive means we are offering many of our gifts at a $20 discount for items like our new Crowd Around The Mic CD 22. It's an amazing compilation of many of our Studio B performances this year. We hope you like it - we do! You can go to wncw.org and click on donate to help listener-powered radio in its 29th year of being on the air.

Tune to 88.7fm or stream us at wncw.org and check out Seth Kaufmann's band Floating Action. We'll be broadcasting the "Wicked Wednesday" session recorded at the Wicked Weed Funkatorium  last Thursday in Asheville, NC. Program Director Joe Kendrick will talk with Kaufmann, between songs, about the band's new release "Heartache Essentials." It's Floating Action on WNCW, Wednesday, October 10th at 4pm during the Music Mix with Roland Dierauf.

Image of band members posing having fun
Vicki Dameron

We'll revisit a couple of recent sessions by bands that have brand new albums: 

The bluegrass super group Songs From The Road Band will be playing tunes from their latest Road To Nowhere and our friends from Knoxville, TN, the Black Lillies, will be showcasing their evolution into a full-blown rock band when they play songs from their new album Stranger To Me. Sunday with Kim Clark at 7pm.

 

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