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Donna the Buffalo has been sending out good musical vibes since 1989, and this week on Studio B Rewind we'll catch them in a live session from 2013, when they had just released the album “Tonight, Tomorrow, and Yesterday.”  Also, Radney Foster in an interview and performance from November of last year, focusing on his album “For You To See The Stars”, and his book by the same name.

The fourth annual run features Drive-By Truckers and the Marcus King Band
"Live From the Fox Oakland" nominated for Grammy award

Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek Raleigh – Friday, July 13
Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre – Sunday, July 15

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Zack Fox, Education Reporter for the Spartanburg Herald-Journal joined More to the Story on Feb. 6, 2018 to discuss South Carolina's TERI (Teacher Employee Retention Incentive) Program and how it affects teachers.  How will the upcoming conclusion of the program affect teachers' jobs? And how does the states pension play a role?

Posted by Host and Producer of WNCW's More to the Story- Paul Foster, who serves as Senior Producer, News and PSA Coordinator, and NPR Morning Edition Regional Host

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Now in it's fourth year, The Diversity Forum at Brevard College is underway again to cover on-going concerning topics to show that all people can unite to better understand one another and everyones hurts, fears, and hopes to find answers.  Interviewed was Megan Keiser, Forum Lead and Coordinator of Elementary Education at the college.  This edition aired Feb. 2, 2018.

Posted by Host and Producer of The Friday Feature Interview of the Week, WNCW's Paul Foster- Senior Producer, News Director, and Regional Host of NPR's Morning Edition

Dead & Company Announces 2018 Tour

Feb 6, 2018
Dead & Company
Photo by Danny Clinch

DEAD & COMPANY announces its 2018 tour, kicking off on Wednesday, May 30th in Mansfield, Massachusetts at the Xfinity Center and returning for two-night stands at iconic venues such as Citi Field in New York; Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, Wisconsin; Shoreline Amphitheatre in San Francisco, California; and Folsom Field in Boulder, Colorado, while also adding new venues, including Los Angeles’ historic Dodger Stadium and Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon, to the tour.

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