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The Hickory Museum of the Art's Executive Director - Lise Swenson was guest on this Friday Feature Interview of the Week (April 22) talking about their exhibit "We Are The Music Makers: Preserving the Soul of America's Music" with a significance on Southern Blues and ties to North Carolina.  Find out all the details by enjoying this segment.

Posted by WNCW's Paul Foster, Senior Producer/News and Public Service Coordinator/Morning Show Host, who serves as host and producer for the Friday Feature (Airs Friday's at 8:51 a.m.)

WNCW's More To The Story, April 20th, was about a new Music Marketing Initiative from the City of Asheville and Buncombe County that will go towards the popular Asheville music scene.  Tourism is a major part of funds coming into Asheville each year and now musicians of all kinds and genres are receiving a piece of the pie.  Entertainment Reporter Hayley Benton of the Asheville Citizen-Times provides all the details.

Posted by Paul Foster, Host and Producer of More to the Story

A part of PAL, Partners for Active Living, a non-profit organization in Spartanburg, SC - The Spartanburg Childhood Obesity Task Force is an advocate for education related to exercise and better eating habits.  This Friday Feature Interview from April 15 goes over the group, its purpose, plans, etc.  Interviewed is the Executive Director for PAL, Laura Ringo.

Posted by Paul Foster, WNCW Senior Producer/News and Public Service Coordinator/Morning Show Host, who serves as host and producer of The Friday Feature Interview of the Week

Gov't Mule Coming to Charlotte in October

Apr 20, 2016

Gov’t Mule has added a second leg to the Smokin’ Mule 2016 Summer Tour with special guest Blackberry Smoke. The new dates will include stops in Boston, San Diego, Missoula, Atlanta, Miami, and more across the West Coast and Southeast.

Greenville News Investigative Reporter Rick Brundrett was interviewed on the April 13 edition of WNCW's 'More To The Story' about "Discrepancies between crimes schools are reporting to the Dept. of Education and what police are investigating."

Information submitted by WNCW's Paul Foster, host and producer of More to the Story

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