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Friday, August 9th at 2pm: JONATHAN EDWARDS

Known to most for his 1971 anthem hit "Sunshine (Go Away Today)", Jonathan Edwards has had a full four decades of making music, with 15 albums under his belt (including a great bluegrass one with our friends The Seldom Scene.) His new one, "Tomorrow's Child", was produced by Darrell Scott and includes Jerry Douglas, Shawn Colvin, and others. He joins Roland Friday between 2 and 3pm before playing in Asheville Friday night and Bristol on Saturday.
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Gary Reid To Visit During Goin' Across The Mountain

Author, performer and record label owner Gary Reid joins host Tom Pittman on Goin' Across the Mountain this Saturday afternoon in the 4 o'clock hour, ahead of his theatrical performance "A Life of Sorrow, the Life and Times of Carter Stanley" later this month in Asheville. Tom and Gary will talk about the life and times of one of bluegrass' favorite sons, as well as his upcoming performance and book signing, and play some favorite songs of the Stanley Brothers. Gary, a 40+ year veteran of...
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Current Giveaways

Daryl Hall & John Oates

Monday, December 7, 2015

LIVE THIS WEEK IN STUDIO B - Presented by Sierra Nevada

New Tunes At Two

Monday, August 3

Jon Cleary – Gogo Juice

Tuesday, August 4

Dee Dee Bridgewater, Irvin Mayfield & the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra – Dee Dee’s Feathers

Wednesday, August 5

Nation Beat featuring Cha Wa – Carnival Caravan

Thursday, August 6

Jonathan Tyler – Holy Smokes

Spindale Cycle: Mondays at 8pm featuring a classic album played in its entirety

August 3 - Louis Armstrong

At the Crescendo Club, Hollywood, CA 1/21/55 – Part of “The California Concerts” box set, featuring Velma Middleton, Trummy Young, & Barney Bigard among others. Happy Birthday, Satchmo.

Peak of the Week: Thursdays at 9pm sample a new release

Thursday, August 6: Richard Thompson

Still – Britain’s folk/rock/Americana troubadour has yet another exquisite collection of original songs with stellar guitar work, produced this time by Jeff Tweedy.

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