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Liz Cooper and the Stampede

Studio B Rewind SUNDAY, March 24th RICHARD SHINDELL | LIZ COOPER and the STAMPEDE at 7pm

"We've got one of our absolute favorite singer-songwriters this week - Richard Shindell," said Studio B Rewind Host Kim Clark. "In addition to the great songs he performed live in Studio B this past February, Richard also shared some stories about life in his adopted hometown of Buenos Aires, Argentina. We'll also rock out with Liz Cooper and the Stampede. They were recently at WNCW playing live in support of their album “ Window Flowers .” Studio B Rewind Sunday at 7pm on grassroots,...

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Vicki Dameron

We're Gearing Up For Our WNCW Spring Fundraiser 2019 - March 31st to April 6th - OH YES!

Our Spring Fundraiser starts Sunday, March 31st, at 8am! We are excited to meet up with old friends, fans and WNCW Members in Studio B. We have some super cool, new thank you gifts like new ball caps, new CDs, including a limited edition of a WNCW Collaboration CD featuring Fireside Collective recorded in Studio B this year. We have lots of giveaways including a MerleFest Platinum Patron Package For Four, tickets to Bonnaroo, FloydFest and Chimney Rock State Park. We'll also be giving away a...

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Live Monday, March 25th at 10:15am - Rodney Dillard

He was a musician and actor on the beloved Andy Griffith Show , he's been inducted into the International Bluegrass Music Association Hall of Fame, and he's revered as a cornerstone of both country rock and progressive bluegrass. Rodney Dillard still keeps quite a busy schedule, which includes a show with his band at The Grey Eagle on Monday night. Rodney visits with Martin on Monday morning following the Ten O'Clock Doc spotlight on Doc Watson.

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Music Mix Host Sander Morrison Will "Take Us Out To The Ballgame" Monday, March 25th at 9pm

Opening Day for Major League Baseball is next week and in celebration of this beloved and anticipated event, WNCW's Music Host Sander Morrison will pay homage with a special baseball-themed show airing Monday, March 25, at 9pm. We'll hear favorite baseball tunes featuring Paul Simon, Dr John, Bob Dylan, Nat "King" Cole, Todd Snider, Chuck Brodsky, Dan Bern and many more. Join us for a very special Monday Evening Music Mix. Take time to celebrate our national pastime. We know Sander will put a...

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New Tunes At Two

New Tunes At Two

Monday, March 25

The Felice Brothers – Undress

Tuesday, March 26

Driftwood – Tree of Shade

Wednesday, March 27

J.S. Ondara – Tales of America

Thursday, March 28

Andy Statman – Monroe Bus

Peak of the Week: Thursdays at 9pm sample a new release with Host Ross O'Neal

Thursday, March 28, Tedeschi Trucks Band - Signs

Susan & Derek and their 12-piece band have a strong 4th release, and what’s become a poignant tribute to brother Kofi Burbridge.

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Live Monday, March 25th at 10:15am - Rodney Dillard

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He was a musician and actor on the beloved Andy Griffith Show, he's been inducted into the International Bluegrass Music Association Hall of Fame, and he's revered as a cornerstone of both country rock and progressive bluegrass. Rodney Dillard still keeps quite a busy schedule, which includes a show with his band at The Grey Eagle on Monday night. Rodney visits with Martin on Monday morning following the Ten O'Clock Doc spotlight on Doc Watson.

Opening Day for Major League Baseball is next week and in celebration of this beloved and anticipated event, WNCW's Music Host Sander Morrison will pay homage with a special baseball-themed show airing Monday, March 25, at 9pm. We'll hear favorite baseball tunes featuring Paul Simon, Dr John, Bob Dylan, Nat "King" Cole, Todd Snider, Chuck Brodsky, Dan Bern and many more. Join us for a very special Monday Evening Music Mix. Take time to celebrate our national pastime. We know Sander will put a "super spin" on this show. Play ball!

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Liz Cooper and the Stampede

"We've got one of our absolute favorite singer-songwriters this week - Richard Shindell," said Studio B Rewind Host Kim Clark. "In addition to the great songs he performed live in Studio B this past February, Richard also shared some stories about life in his adopted hometown of Buenos Aires, Argentina. We'll also rock out with Liz Cooper and the Stampede. They were recently at WNCW playing live in support of their album “Window Flowers.” Studio B Rewind Sunday at 7pm on grassroots, listener-powered radio!

New Releases Currently Featured On WNCW - March 2019

Mar 19, 2019

On this WNCW web site home page, we have a post titled "New Releases Currently Featured On WNCW." It's located in the dropdown menu under "Programming." To learn more about the music we are currently playing, go to the drop down menu and click Programming, then New Releases. You can also click on the link below if you want to go straight to the current offerings. Another cool note: You can sample and buy most of the songs on iTunes via this page. Check it out here:

New Releases Link

Image of Wild Painted Trillium with Fundraiser dates
Vicki Dameron

Our Spring Fundraiser starts Sunday, March 31st, at 8am! We are excited to meet up with old friends, fans and WNCW Members in Studio B. We have some super cool, new thank you gifts like new ball caps, new CDs, including a limited edition of a WNCW Collaboration CD featuring Fireside Collective recorded in Studio B this year. We have lots of giveaways including a MerleFest Platinum Patron Package For Four, tickets to Bonnaroo, FloydFest and Chimney Rock State Park.

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John Fowler/Connie Regan Blake

An interview with one of the most recognizable names in American storytelling, Connie Regan-Blake, will air Sunday, March 17th, on WNCW's This Old Porch. Host and Storyteller, "Johnny" Thomas Fowler will share the piece between 3 and 4:30pm on St. Patrick's Day. Regan-Blake is internationally known for her traditional storytelling and teaching.

Live Friday, March 22nd between 2 & 3pm: Bobby Long

Mar 16, 2019

Singer/songwriter Bobby Long is originally from near Manchester, England, and now calls New York City home. His latest album "Sultans" is a rather psychedelic, Beatle-esque collaboration with multi-instrumentalist Jack Dawson, and we'll get to know Bobby and the making of this new venture of his when he visits us in Studio B before his show Friday evening at New Belgium Brewing in Asheville, NC - not to be confused with the New Belgium in Colorado, where he'll play on April 5th!

Live Thursday, March 21st between 3 & 4pm: Tony Eltora

Mar 16, 2019

Tony helped put Taylorsville, NC on the musical map for us a couple years ago with his nice collection of blues, folk and rock, "Between Love & Tragedy." He's got a new one coming out, and a release show on Saturday in Morganton. Aside from his music, we like that Tony helped found the Hickory Music Factory in 2012, a non profit organization in Hickory, NC with the mission to build futures through music by teaching, performance and community outreach.

He's known as the guitarist for Freakwater by many, the man behind Drunken Prayer by others, and, well, Morgan Geer everywhere else. Especially Asheville and Portland, where he splits his time living. Perhaps you know him from The Unholy Trio, or touring with The Handsome Family. Whoever he is, we'll get to know him in Studio B this Wednesday! Drunken Prayer plays Saturday at the Mothlight in West Asheville.

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Vicki Dameron

According to Studio B Rewind Host Kim Clark, we've got a blockbuster show this weekend and the action begins at 7pm. "From the archives, we'll have Robert Walter's 20th Congress in session at the old Asheville, NC Music Zone in 2001," said Clark.  "Also, in remembrance of the late Peter Tork, we'll hear him and his band Shoe Suede Blues in Studio B in 2005.

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