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Studio B Rewind May 13

May 12, 2016

This week on Studio B Rewind, Delbert McClinton live in 2002, talking about his early days backing up some Texas blues legends, and playing songs from the Grammy-nominated album “Nothing Personal”.  Also, from just this past February, John Kadlecik and his band in a Studio B session. John was a founding member of Dark Star Orchestra and played with Bob Weir and Phil Lesh in the Band Furthur.  

Updates from Shaky Knees Music Festival 2016

May 11, 2016

    

    

    

    

    

    

  Jon Havanos is representing WNCW at the Shaky Knees Music Festival this weekend in Atlanta, GA.  Read about his experience here.

Shaky Knees 2016 unofficially got underway with an ear witness of Jane's Addiction's sound check and officially with blue skies, Purple Rain and Songs for Kids!

David Ramirez brings the soul of Austin to the heart of Atlanta!

kaleo: the best whistlers in alt rock?

Rob Daves impersonator Craig Finn.

More to come!

The Winding Stream, a documentary film that tells the story about the families at the heart of American Roots music: the Carter's and the Cashes, was discussed with the lady behind the movie, Beth Harrington.  Beth joins 'Friday Feature Interview of the Week' host Paul Foster during this segment from May 6, 2016.

Information posted by Paul Foster, WNCW Senior Producer, Morning Show Host, and News and Public Service Coordinator

Studio B Rewind on May 6

May 5, 2016

This week on Studio B Rewind, we're going to devote just about the entire hour to an interview and performance by Grammy-nominated multi-instrumentalist David Bromberg. He took guitar lessons from Reverend Gary Davis, played with Bob Dylan, Jerry Garcia, George Harrison, and Jerry Jeff Walker, and is one of the world's leading violin appraisers. He covered all these subjects and more, and played some great music for us when he came to visit in 2009. 

Instruments at MerleFest 2016
Joe Kendrick

Recap by Joe Kendrick -- Wilkesboro is only some 90 miles away from where I live, but going there for MerleFest always seems to transport me across much more than that short space and time. Winding my way through the rolling hills up highway 18 in late April has a uniquely soothing effect, and shifts my thoughts through the gears of choruses and solos, and faces and conversations of all the festivals I’ve attended.

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