Friday Feature: Folk Music Legend, Tom Rush

May 25, 2016

Tom Rush is an artist, whose impact has been significant on the American music scene.  He helped shape the folk revival in the 60's and the renaissance of the 80's and 90's.  Right before playing in Asheville, Tom took time to talk about his long lasting career on this Friday Feature from May 20, 2016.

Information posted by Paul Foster, Host and Producer of WNCW's Friday Feature Interview of the Week, Friday's at 8:51 am during Morning Edition.

More to the Story- S.C. Working Mother's Report

May 25, 2016

Amanda Coyne of the Greenville News was a part of WNCW's 'More to the Story' on May 18 to talk about her story on a report that says South Carolina is one of the worst states for working moms in the nation.  Coyne cover business and technology for the Greenville News.

Information posted by Host and Producer of More to the Story, Paul Foster, who serves as Senior Producer, News and Pubic Service Coordinator of WNCW

BROTHERS COMATOSE: Live Thursday, May 26th at 3pm

May 19, 2016

This 5-piece band from San Francisco draws from folk, bluegrass, and rock backgrounds for a cool sound that has impressed us both on record and at their recent Merlefest appearance. Catch Brothers Comatose during their interview with Roland Dierauf in between Knoxville and Asheville gigs.

CLARENCE BUCARO: Live Thursday, May 26th at 1pm

May 19, 2016

Originally from Cleveland, this Brooklynite has a smooth voice and some sweet songwriting, and a new release called "Pendulum". "Bucaro‘s songs possess a craftsmanlike sophistication in their seeming simplicity and spareness. That’s something only the most talented songwriters achieve with lots of practice." --PopMatters

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DARRELL SCOTT: Live Wednesday, May 25th at 3pm

May 19, 2016

What an honor to have such gifted singer/songwriter/guitarists visit us on a regular basis when passing through the area. Nashville's Darrell Scott, one of our favorites, is on the road lately with his fine brand new release "The Couchville Sessions".