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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?

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In this episode, we get to a couple of great regional releases, dive into the latest from one of our all-time favorites in Marty Stuart, plus get an ear for the return of iconic indie band The Feelies, and we’ll go back to the early 1970s for a big hit on our “Segue Of The Week”. There’s also the segment “DJ For A Day” where I show a bit of what life behind the microphone is like, this week going back to the Purple Prose theme with a juicy promotional piece to give you a case of the old eye-rolls.

Join WNCW tonight as we pay tribute to the life and career of one of Rock and Roll's Founding Fathers, Chuck Berry. PM host Sander Morrison will be spinning some of Chuck's biggest hits and deeper cuts, as well as covers and tunes by the many artists influenced by this incredible artist. It all starts at 9:00 PM, only on WNCW!

We need phone volunteers for our 2017 Spring Fundraiser. Come see us at WNCW - answer phones, meet, greet and eat well while helping support the best radio station in the nation! All you have to do is go to wncw.org and click on the orange block on the homepage that reads "Fund Volunteers Needed." Thank you and please help spread the word... tell a friend or fellow WNCW fan to sign up for the event! 

"We'll get into some authentic Mississippi hill country blues with the Cedric Burnside Project in a session from the summer of 2015. Cedric began playing drums at age 13 behind his grandfather RL Burnside," said Rewind Host Kim Clark. "He and his childhood friend guitarist Trenton Ayers were touring in support of the album Descendants of Hill Country when they stopped by to play live for us at WNCW. We'll also feature a 2006 interview and performance by one of our favorite singer songwriters, Slaid Cleaves."

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