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WNCW's own mix of Delta blues, the rhythms of New Orleans, classic R&B, and hot house-rockin' jams. With alternating hosts Mike Dew, Carl & Sandy Beason, Steve Hecht, and Steve Blanton.

From the Piedmont to the Delta, from Asheville to Austin, the South is fertile ground for rich American music traditions. Southern Sirens celebrates the women who are making music, art, and poetry throughout the South. From classic to...

A classic album played in its entirety, because some albums are meant to be played all the way through. (Regrettably, due to Recording Industry Association of America restrictions, The Spindale Cycle is not available online)

Cousin IT hosts The Boot Shoppe and strives to provide music lovers everywhere with the chance to hear music that you aren't supposed to be able to find at your local record store. The fare is mostly live recordings with a few commercially...

In the late 60's, in a time when country music and musicians were seen as the furthest thing from hip or cool, Gram Parsons and a few others began to embrace and incorporate country music into the rock and roll realm. Once, when asked if he was...

Dennis Jones brings you the best in Traditional and Contemporary Bluegrass Gospel music from 6:00am till 10:00am. It’s a great start to your early Sunday morning.

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The State of Things covers the issues, personalities, and places of North Carolina. The conversation is snappy and smart while also being full of good humor. Host Frank Stasio focuses on presenting the North Carolina experience through sound,...

This Old Porch is a show of traditional and regional mountain music, songs and ballads, contemporary old time, dance tunes and more. Folklorist John Fowler and award winning musician Carol Rifkin host this show that keeps the music of the...

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