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Poster of hundreds of music acts that will perform at Bonnaroo
Bonnaroo

It's that time of the year to start thinking about your next trip to the The Farm in Manchester, Tennessee - home of Bonnaroo! This year they'll have some of the biggest names in the music biz performing including Tool, Lizzo, Tame Impala, Miley Cyrus, Lana Del Rey, Bassnectar, Flume, Oysterhead, Vampire Weekend, The 1975 and over 100 more like Billy Strings, Yola, Grace Potter, The Marcus King Band, Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, and Liz Cooper and The Stampede!

Collage by Kim Clark

Check out our New Releases on WNCW! You can access the New Releases under the Programming Tab on our home page, or click on the title above, and then click here: New Releases - You can access iTunes on the page and take a listen. We hope you enjoy the music!

We'd love to send you one or more of these as a thank-you for your membership! $60 level for each CD. *Note: some of these are in limited supply, so you'll need to call 800-245-8870 during our Studio B hours to order them:

Blue Highway -- Somewhere Far Away

Larry Sparks - New Moon Over My Shoulder

Michael Cleveland & Guests-- Tall Fiddler

Po' Ramblin' Boys -- Toil, Tears & Trouble

Billy Strings -- Home

Alan Bibey & Grasstowne -- Gonna Rise & Shine

Luck Reunion Reveals 2019 Festival Lineup

Feb 14, 2019

Luck Reunion, the flagship festival of Luck Productions, is pleased to announce the 2019 lineup

Featuring Del McCoury Band, Billy Strings, Keller Williams, and more

The poster says it all... there's LOTS of great music in the mountains of western North Carolina to enjoy this weekend, including this festival - Check out the amazing lineup at the "Reunion." It's going to be a super cool, fall weekend at Pisgah Brewing Company in Black Mountain at The Marcus King Family Reunion. We'll be there - drop by our tent and say hello - after all, it is a family reunion. And, WNCW's Music Director Martin Anderson will be emceeing Saturday!

Instruments at MerleFest 2016
Joe Kendrick

Recap by Joe Kendrick -- Wilkesboro is only some 90 miles away from where I live, but going there for MerleFest always seems to transport me across much more than that short space and time. Winding my way through the rolling hills up highway 18 in late April has a uniquely soothing effect, and shifts my thoughts through the gears of choruses and solos, and faces and conversations of all the festivals I’ve attended.