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Congratulations To The Winners of WNCW Giveaways

Nov 19, 2018

Congratualtions to all of our winners and thanks to everyone who participated and/or donated to WNCW during our Fall Fundraiser 2018 campaign.

A special thanks to the companies that provided gifts to help support grassroots radio!

These are our winners of the Fall Fundraiser Daily Giveaways:

Sunday – Headwaters Fly Fishing located in Brevard, NC – Henry S.

Monday - No giveaway

Live Saturday, November 17th between 12 & 1pm: Nu-Blu

Nov 16, 2018

This bluegrass band from Siler City, NC is made up of Daniel and Carolyn Routh, Calder Baker, and Justin Harrison. Nu-Blu plays the Burnsville Town Center on Saturday night. Join Host Joe Greene as he welcomes Nu-Blu to Studio B Saturday, Nov. 17th. Live music on WNCW... just for you!

Brushfire Stankgrass Wednesday, August 22nd, 11-11:30 am

Aug 21, 2018

In our 2nd "Wicked Wednesday" Barrel-House Session from Wicked Weed Brewing's Funkatorium in Asheville, Martin Anderson talks with the band Brushfire Stankgrass, who's back and has some new songs to share with us -- including a great new state anthem for NC!

A part of Isothermal Community College is The Foundation Performing Arts and Conference Center, where each season a fantastic lineup of guest performers visit the area to perform.  WNCW's Friday Feature Interview of the Week had a visit from Foundation Director- Russell Wicker on August 3, 2018.  Listen as Wicker goes over the 2018-19 lineup, featuring some familiar names in the music business. 

WNCW 88.7 FM and The Foundation will again present “Goin’ Across the Mountain Live” in honor of WNCW’s acclaimed Saturday afternoon bluegrass show. Headlining this year will be Rhonda Vincent and the Rage. Opening the show will be Carolina Blue, a Brevard, NC based, traditional bluegrass and gospel band.

Among the new-to-us names of 2018 for WNCW's music roster is Hannah Gill, a 20-year-old singer mostly from Maryland and NYC (though born in NC), with a booming voice and nice blend of soul, blues, and 70's-inspired lo-fi pop. Let's get to know her and her duomate (guitarist/songwriter/arranger Brad Hammonds) Thursday afternoon before their show at Ambrose West in West Asheville that evening. 

Read more about Hannah Gill and The Hours.

We enjoyed getting to know Brooklyn's great Afrobeat band Super Yamba when they visited Studio B in 2017. Now they've teamed up with Benin's Leon Ligan-Majek, a.k.a. Kaleta, who fronts this otherwise all-instrumental ensemble. Kaleta spent his teen years in Nigeria, playing with both Fela Kuti AND King Sunny Ade, the two greatest legends of Nigerian Afrobeat music. It's a mighty big sound, filling up Studio B and then The Mothlight in West Asheville Wednesday night.

Presented by WFAE 'She Says' Hosted By Sarah Delia
https://wfae.report/shesays/

WNCW is honored to team up with the fulltime news and talk public radio station and member of NPR, WFAE in Charlotte during this edition of More to the Story.  WFAE Arts and Crime Reporter, Sarah Delia joined the broadcast, July 25th, to talk about a podcast series that she's been contributing to called 'She Says'.  The series involves a woman being called Linda and her story of sexual assault.  DNA and crime lab work in such cases, other victims and more are shared during Sarah's conversation.

The Nick Moss Band stopped by the Neighborhood Theatre in Charlotte recently for a session and interview with WNCW’s Joe Kendrick.  The session debuts on Saturday Night House Party this Saturday, September 16 at 8:00pm. Nick and the band have just finished recording a forthcoming record, and were in fine form, playing classics like “Slam Hammer”, “All Night Boogie”, “Rock This House” and “Rambling On My Mind”.

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