Studio B Rewind

Collage of musicians and DJs in Studio B
Vicki Dameron

From Studio B Rewind Host Kim Clark:

Bands singing and smiling in studio
Vicki Dameron

"We're covering a lot of territory this week, from Smith County Texas all the way to Paris, France," said Kim Clark.

Musicians playing music and holding an album in a collage
Photo of Courtney Marie Andrews by Joe Kendrick - Photo of Darrin Bradbury Courtesy of Mr. Bradbury

"We've got a nugget from the archives this week as we rewind back to 2018 for a session with Courtney Marie Andrews and her band when they were in our area in support of the album May Your Kindness Remain," said SBW Host Kim Clark.  We'll also revisit a recent session with Nashville singer/songwriter Darrin Bradbury, who played songs from his release Talking Dogs and Atom Bombs.

Band laughing and posing - young man smiling at photographer
Hogslop String Band Image By David McClister

"We're having an old-time throwdown this week with the Hogslop String Band, the Nashville-based string band who arrived replete with a genuine washtub bass played by a guy named Pickle and a partying, fun-loving attitude," said Host Kim Clark, adding "We'll also share music from Young Mister, the Tryon, NC singer/songwriter whose album Sudden Swoon turned a lot of ears when we started playing it late last year."

Relax, unwind and enjoy WNCW live session highlights on Studio B Rewind, every Sunday at 7pm!

From Studio B Rewind Host Kim Clark:

Musicians posing and playing music in studio
Vicki Dameron

Host Kim Clark says we have fantastic harmonies in store for us on this week's show! Long before they were in a band together, the members of Lula Wiles were singing folk songs and trading fiddle tunes at camp in Maine. Lula Wiles came of age in Boston, in the practice rooms of Berklee College of Music and the city’s lively roots scene. Since then, they have toured internationally, winning fans at the Newport Folk Festival and the Philadelphia Folk Festival.

At 7pm Sunday evening, host Kim Clark will share music from some WNCW perennial favorites, including Darrell Scott, who was here for an interview and performance session this past June 7th - 23 years to the day of his visit here with Sam Bush, John Cowan and Larry Atamanuik back in 1996. Also on tap are the good vibes and sweet harmonies of Chatham Rabbits, whose songs are steeped in the culture and history of working-class North Carolina. 

Photos of Che Apalache and Free Planet Radio
cheapalache.com, freeplanetradio.com

Artists who synthesize different musical styles into something new and unique are the focus this week: We've got Che Apalache in a recent session, showing off their joyous mash-up of Appalachian and Latin music. Plus, the jazz-meets-world beat of regional favorites Free Planet Radio, who were here back in November to play tunes from their latest release, “Pursuit”. Join host Kim Clark Sunday evening at 7. 

Circular WNCW 30th Anniversary Logo with sunrays
Rob Hibbitts

Our Studio B Rewind Host Kim Clark has a super special show to share with us on Sunday, October 13th at 7pm. It's special because WNCW staffers went on the air on October 13th in 1989. Our wonderful host dug deep into the archives to put together a show that exemplifies the eclectic nature of all of WNCW's programming - then and now.

"This week, a recent session with the regional bluegrass supergroup Songs From the Road Band, who were here just after the release of their latest album Waitin' On A Ride," said Host Kim Clark. "Plus, we'll take a trip into the archives for a very cool session with the legendary Peter Case, who stopped by Studio B back in 2004 in support of his now-classic release Who's Gonna Go Your Crooked Mile.

From Music Host and Producer Kim Clark:

Band members posing in Studio B
Vicki Dameron and Steve Bohn

"We've got a very cool Afrobeat session this week, with Kaleta and the Super Yamba Band, said Host Kim Clark.

From Studio B Rewind Host Kim Clark - "We'll listen to Rich Mahan and his band live in Studio B back in August playing songs off Rich's latest album, “Hot Chicken Wisdom” We'll also dive into some straight-ahead bluegrass with Jim and Lynna Woolsey, who played live for us during Goin' Across the Mountain, and the cherry on top of this show will be a sampling from a recent live session with the Felice Brothers, who were here recently in support of their new album "Undress.

Two bands posing for photographer
Lauren Wasmund

This week, Host and Producer Kim Clark brings us Studio B sessions with two bands who have "tossed out the rule book" and are forging their own musical paths - the Resonant Rogues and Horse Feathers. "The Resonant Rogues weave together European, Middle Eastern, and American folk music on their new release Autumn of the World, said Clark.

Bands posing and playing music in Studio B
By Lauren Wasmund and Steel Wheels

Featuring Tuvan throat singing, a suitcase used as a bass drum with a box of bones and silverware, a baby shoe hitting a gas can, a circular saw blade, and a cook pot, the Suitcase Junket session from this past May was one of the most entertaining of the year.  You'll hear that session in this week's show plus the top-tier Americana band the Steel Wheels, who were here to perform songs from their album Over the Trees

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