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Joining WNCW on this edition of 'More to the Story' from June 3, 2020 was Greenville News Reporter Zoe Nicholson.  She talked about the paper's on-going coverage of protests and related events in Greenville, SC in rememberance of George Floyd. The conversation with Nicholson concluded with information on the Libertarian candidate for President of the United States, Greenville resident and Clemson University lecturer, Jo Jergensen.

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One of our more recent Studio B revisits this week is this one from just last July, when Greenville's own Marcus King came by for his 2nd session with his band.

Wanna here the podcast of this session? Sure you do and here it is, just for you:

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A message for WNCW friends, fans, listeners and musicians: Beginning today, April 16, WNCW will be giving shout outs, free of charge, to our musicians who are streaming live music. 

Folks worldwide are looking for ways to help and we want to help too. We've come up with a cool plan: Give free announcements to our phenomenal musicians, who are streaming live sessions. There are a lot of creative music-makers out there and we need to support them! They have been there for us more than 30 years; Without them, there would be no WNCW. So, let's get to it - Help spread the word!

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Newly updated data from the University of Washington in Seattle, WA predicts when South Carolina will reach its peak for coronavirus cases.  Greenville News Reporter Elizabeth LaFleur is the guest on this segment of 'More to the Story.'  LaFleur talks about cases in the Upstate and what's happening in Greenville County, SC. The conversation first aired on WNCW April 8, 2020.

Posted by Host and Producer of More To The Story- WNCW's Paul Foster, Senior Producer, News Director, and Morning Edition Regional Host

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In this powerful More to the Story segment, Greenville News Reporter Carol Motsinger shared details about a series she and her colleagues worked on concerning individuals who made history and the progress of public education 50-years after desegregation of Greenville Co. Schools.  This included a story by Carol titled, 'When Integration Finally Arrived in Greenville, It Brought Progress at a Cost.'  This conversation first aired on Feb. 12, 2020.

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The Avett Brothers will perform at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina on All Hallows Eve - October 31st. The folk rock band released its 10th album, Closer Than Together, this month and it’s already topping charts and selling like crazy. They have a huge fan base here in North Carolina, their home state, and they have an equally large and devoted following worldwide. WNCW music hosts have been spinning tunes by the Avett Brothers for many years, and we’re playing songs from Closer Than Together on the daily.

Greenville News Investigative Reporter Daniel Gross spoke with WNCW's Paul Foster on 'More To The Story' to go over the paper's six-month investigation report  analyzing statewide South Carolina police data and how often an officers weapon was used.  Gross specifically shares the results from the Greenville County's Sheriff's Office.  The interview first aired on Sept. 25, 2019.

Posted by Host and Producer of More to the Story, Paul Foster, WNCW Senior Producer, News Director, and Morning Edition Regional Host

Our Fall Fundraiser starts this Sunday, October 21st, at 7am! We are super excited to meet up with old friends, fans, and WNCW Members, in Studio B this weekend. We have LOTS of new thank you gifts - cool stuff like our new Crowd Around The Mic Vol. 22. There's info on this homepage about the artists featured on the two-cd compilation. Just click on the slideshow to view liner notes! We are also offering a new handmade coffee mug, new tee-shirt designs, a new hoodie, a WNCW Nalgene Bottle, fishing trips, concert tickets, cds, gift certificates and much more!

Dave Hennigan with the Greenville News took part in this More to the Story from October 3, 2018 when he discussed the paper's Storyteller's Project.  This interview provides an overview of the series and some of the storyteller's that have been featured so far.  The project is also presented nationwide through the Greenville News ownership group, USA Today. Events in Greenville are open to the public.

Posted by Host and Producer of More to the Story, WNCW's Paul Foster- Senior Producer, News Director, and Morning Edition Regional Host

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Album Cover Art - Scott Avett

Brandi Carlile is a top charting singer/songwriter from the west coast. She grew up in Ravensdale, a small town about 40 miles southeast of Seattle, Washington. We're big fans of her music and we've been sharing it with our listeners for as long as we can remember.