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WNCW’s Joe Kendrick talks with legendary comedian, actor and musician Steve Martin about his show this Saturday in Charlotte with Martin Short, the Steep Canyon Rangers and Jeff Babko titled “An Evening You Will Forget For The Rest Of Your Lives.” Steve and the Steep Canyon Rangers have another record coming out this year, and Steve lets us know before anyone else what the title will be. Plus, he gives a little advice on being funny. The interview will air Thursday, April 20, at 8:51 am during Morning Edition on WNCW 88.7 FM and online at wncw.org.

On The Way Up | Episode 11

Apr 18, 2017

This week Joe talks with WNCW's Business and Development Specialist, Vicki Dameron.

Pokey LaFarge “Riot In The Streets” from Manic Revelations

Joseph Huber “16-10” from The Suffering Stage

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit “Hope The High Road” from The Nashville Sound

I Draw Slow “Maria” from Turn Your Face To The Sun

Vieux Farka Toure “Homafu Wawa” from Samba

Jonathan Scales Fourchestra “Weeding Song”

(interview with Vicki Dameron)

Happyness “Anytime” from Write In

ZOE & CLOYD Live Friday, April 21st at 11am

Apr 18, 2017
ZOE & CLOYD
David Simchock

Zoe is Natalya Zoe Weinstein, Cloyd is John Cloyd Miller. After a few years with the fine trio Red June, this acoustic Appalachian duo has their 2nd release, once again steeped in mountain roots music, though nearly all of their songs are originals. They'll introduce us to some of the songs on Eyes Brand New on Friday morning before their Sunday CD release show in Asheville.

Learn more at www.zoeandcloyd.com.

GEOFF ACHISON Live Thursday, April 20th at 4pm

Apr 18, 2017
GEOFF ACHISON
Sam Tilders

Australian blues-rock guitarist Geoff Achison is back with another strong new release, Another Mile, Another Minute. His Southeast U.S. tour includes shows in Asheville on Friday, Tryon on April 27th and May 3rd, Knoxville on April 28th, Anderson on May 2nd, and Charlotte on May 7th.

CHRIS JAMISON Live Thursday, April 20th at 11am

Apr 18, 2017

Asheville has yet another talented singer-songwriter to call its own in Texas native Chris Jamison. We were impressed with his new album Mindless Heart, and his release show is Wednesday the 26th at The Grey Eagle in Asheville, complete with his 6-piece band.

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