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Wilkesboro, North Carolina native Eric Ellis is one of the featured musicians for this Sunday's lineup on MerleFest Radio Hour. Ellis is known for being one of the best bluegrass banjo pickers born in the Old North State. Sunday Evening Music Host Joe Greene says he'll feature mandolin virtuoso Tony Williamson on this week's show - Williamson is also a native North Carolinian musician who was born and raised in the Piedmont. The multi-talented musician, songwriter, playwright and actor Ed Snodderly will also make an appearance on MerleFest Radio Hour this week... click on title for more.

We go from alt-country to electronica this week on Studio B Rewind! "We'll hear Asheville's Honeycutters in a set from 2015, when the band debuted songs from the album Me Oh My," said Host Kim Clark. "And, from just last week, a mind-blowing session with Lotus, who channeled vintage Talking Heads and Kraftwerk in Studio B in advance of their two-night stay at the Orange Peel." Studio B Rewind, Friday evenings at 6pm on WNCW 88.7 FM or online at wncw.org.

On Thursday,  Kim Clark digs down deep to bring Dig! fans lots of super music from the 60's. "We'll listen to blue-eyed soul from Terry Reid, Chris Clark, and Johnny Daye, " says Kim Clark." Our Dig! host will also break out garage band 45s by the Distant Cousins, the Hysterics, Bit 'A Sweet and the Glory Rhodes plus the Byrds, Badfinger, the Left Banke, the Grateful Dead, Tony Joe White and more. It's going to be another sensational night listening to Dig! The groovy sounds begin at 8pm on WNCW 88.7 FM or online at wncw.org

Friday Feature- Women's March On Asheville

Jan 30, 2017

While Washington, DC was having a Women's March on Saturday, January 21st, other parts of the nation were putting on their own.  This included Asheville. WNCW's Mary Hughes not only spoke with organizers of the march, she took to the streets and spoke with participants for the reasons why this was an important cause to them. This feature was originally presented on air January 27, 2017.

Posted by Host and Producer of WNCW's Friday Feature Interview of the Week, Paul Foster

Friday Feature- The Asheville Women's March

Jan 30, 2017

While Washington, DC was having a Women's March on Saturday, January 21st, other parts of the nation were putting on their own.  This included Asheville. WNCW's Mary Hughes not only spoke with organizers of the march, she took to the streets and spoke with participants for the reasons why this was an important cause to them. This feature was originally presented on air January 27, 2017.

Posted by Host and Producer of WNCW's Friday Feature Interview of the Week, Paul Foster

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