When Underhill Rose last visited us, it was singer-songwriters Eleanor Underhill and Molly Rose Reed. Since then, bassist Salley Williamson has become an official member of the group, and they have recently recorded an album's worth of new songs -- which will be officially released Friday night in Asheville. Tune in for live versons of songs from "Something Real".
Guitarist Charles Hedgepath plays just about every night in Greenville (OK not every night, but he's playing there Thursday night this week, and Friday night in Brevard.) He also covers just about every genre of music you can think of, from jazz to folk to funk to country (he also recorded one of our absolute favorite Christmas albums a few years back!) He's bringing his band in, and will talk about upcoming projects with The Work, The Bad Popes, and tales of jamming with The Dark Star Jubillee with Matt Reynolds and Rob Barraco.
The Appalachian Trail remains one of the most iconic and beautiful places in the United States, covering 2,180 miles from Georgia to Maine, with a good portion of it going through our backyard. It was actually begun in the early 1900s, and even now continues to grow.
L.A. Woman was the sixth and final studio album from The Doors -- excluding two lesser-known albums the three remaining members recorded following Jim Morrison's death, which was just less than three months after L.A.
We wrap up May with what has to be considered one of the best releases of the month, and likely a Top 10 contender for WNCW's 2013 list. American Kid is Patty Griffin's 7th full-length, and includes assistance from brothers Luther & Cody Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars), and Robert Plant, with whom she's a professional as well as romantic relationship the past few years. The songs center largely around the death of her father, including her one cover, an incredibly moving version of Lefty Frizzell's "Mom and Dad's Waltz". We'll play each of these fine examples of mode
On June 4th, between 7am to 6pm, WNCW is giving you the opportunity to win a Free Ride to High Sierra Music Festival. When you contribute to the station, you will automatically be entered into the contest. No contribution is necessary to enter.
When it comes to military personnel, the members of the elite SEAL teams are among the most prestigious, most admired, and most secretive. So how could author Eric Blehm write this story of one extraordinary member of the most elite SEAL team known, Team Six? We'll talk about that and about this amazing young man who died just as he seemed to have everything he ever wanted.
Wednesday, May 22 at 8:00pm: Thank you for your patience. The power is back on at WNCW and we are up and running. Tune in at 88.7fm, on one of our translators, or stream online when you click "Listen Live".
Wednesday, May 22 at 2:30pm: WNCW is experiencing a temporary power outage due to construction near the building taking out a power line. We appreciate your patience as a crew is on site resolving the problem.
This book is for environmentalists and for those that don't believe in 'global warming'. It's for those who had (or have) a wonderful relationship with a parent, and for those who don't. It's a book to share with your children to get them fired up about hanging out with you. It's also a book to get them fired up about saving the environment. It's really a book for just about anyone.
In 'Journey to the Edge of Eden, " Schmelz writes a memoir of a fascinating life that started in the city of Newark, NJ and ended up in a place that couldn't possibly be any different.