This month marks the 50th anniversary of the Beatles recording songs from their debut album Please Please Me. Monday the 25th marks the 70th anniversary of the birth of George Harrison. Join us for an hour of the Fab Four with Sander Morrison this Monday night!
Wayne 'The Train' Hancock is back with his first album in 3 years, a strong one called Ride (released this week.) "Wayne Hancock has more Hank Sr. in him than either I or Hank Williams Jr. He is the real deal." - Hank Williams III.
WNCW has over 100 shifts that still need to be filled by phone volunteers during our Spring Drive between March 2-9. Receive a free subscription to Smoky Mountain Living Magazine as a thank you for volunteering. Click here to see the schedule and sign up online. Or call Stephanie Webb at 828-287-8000 ext 1618.
Larry Keel is one of the most innovative and exhilarating acoustic flatpicking guitarists performing today. His wife Jenny Keel brings her impeccable timing and solid bass lines to their duo, which visits Studio B, Thursday, February 21st. Listen in at 4 pm and catch their outstanding acoustic music and down-home-good-time charm in advance of their show at Pisgah Brewing.
Chuck Brodsky brings his storyteller's mind, comic's eye, and empathetic heart to all of his wonderfully crafted songs, whether on love, politics or baseball. Chuck brings his extraordinary talent into Studio B for a live session on Friday at 11 am
Mon 2/18: Dawn McCarthy and Bonnie “Prince” Billy- What the Brothers Sang Tuesday 2/19: The James Hunter Six – Minute by minute Wednesday 2/20: BeauSoleil – From Bamako to Carencro Thursday 2/21: Bobby Rush – Down in Louisiana