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Dig! Host Kim Clark says the Thursday show is gonna be outa site! "These clean-cut guys in this 1966 photo are the Golliwogs," said Clark. "They would change their name in 1968 to Creedence Clearwater Revival. We'll listen to a Golliwogs single that would be re-worked for the first CCR album. Also, we'll play Beatle-inspired singles from Switzerland and Uruguay, album cuts from the Hollies, Jefferson Airplane, and the Human Beinz," added Clark, who will also feature choice soul sides by the Sandpebbles, the Isley brothers and Jr. Walker, the Electric Prunes, Clear Light and many more.

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Scheduled for the WNCW Friday Feature Interview of the Week for Friday, March 24th is the renowned and Grammy Award Winning Musician David Holt. Holt will talk about his upcoming second season of 'David Holt's State of Music' on PBS and UNC TV. The show explores American Roots Music from the Blue Ridge Mountains and other parts of N.C. Airing during Morning Edition at 8:51 am with host Paul Foster.

MerleFest Radio Hour SUNDAY, March 26th at 6pm

Mar 22, 2017
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Join us Sunday evening at 6 for MerleFest Radio Hour as we feature artists that will perform during this year's Midnight Jam. We'll hear music from Jim Lauderdale, Peter Rowan, Bryan Sutton, 10 String Symphony, Sierra Hull and Celia Woodsmith of Della Mae. Steve Johnson sits down for an interview with members of Donna The Buffalo and we'll hear music from them, too. Plus, your dose of Doc and Merle Watson on MerleFest Radio Hour, this weekend, with your WNCW Music Host Joe Greene.

Friday Feature: Annual Writers Workshop

Mar 22, 2017
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Isothermal Community College is gearing up for its Annual Writer's Workshop and this edition of the Friday Feature Interview of the Week provides discussion with the featured speakers and presenters, Authors Julia Franks and Mary Ann Claud.  The event is April 8th.  This segment originally aired on March 17, 2017.

Posted by Host and Producer of The Friday Feature, WNCW's Paul Foster

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This More to the Story from March 15, 2017 focused on a series of stories by the Charlotte Observer's Ames Alexander about Solitary Confinement for prisoners in Charlotte.  The investigation involved confinement that carried on for over a year for some prisoners. Youth prisoners in solitary confinement and how this might effect their mental state and well-being. Can all cases be justified?

Posted by Host and Producer of WNCW's More To The Story, Paul Foster

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