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This trio of regional musicians promises to create a memorable, unique blend of traditional Japanese and Appalachian music! Originally from Osaka, Japan but a Swannanoa resident for many years, Akira Satake fell in love with the banjo at a young age, and is a master shamisen player (and a master ceramicist as well.)  We know Anya Hinkle's great work fronting Tellico and Dehlia Low, and are happy to welcome her for a number of Studio B sessions this year.

The Deer Live Thursday, June 7th at 3pm

Jun 4, 2018
The Deer
Michael Shaffer

Singer Grace Park and this band of Cosmic Americana, Psychotropic Folk, and Transcendental Texas Surf-Country from Austin have become a genuine favorite among the weekday music hosts here at WNCW this past year. We're eager to bring you a live session from them before they play Oskar Blues Brewery in Brevard on Thursday, and the U.S. National Whitewater Center in Charlotte on Saturday.

Band members smiling with DJ and Engineer in Studio
Vicki Dameron

Tupelo, Mississippi singer/songwriter Paul Thorn has a brand new album, Don't Let The Devil Ride, so we thought it would be a good time to rewind back to 2002 for a really fun session with him centered around the Mission Temple Fireworks Stand album. We'll also listen to Asheville singer-songwriter Jane Kramer, backed by Free Planet Radio and Billy Cardine in a recent visit to Studio B. Join Host Kim Clark for Studio B rewind, Sundays at 7pm. 

Images of two DJs at microphones
Vicki Dameron

Coming up in our weekly Bluegrass get-together, we celebrate the birthday of the late Hazel Dickens. Listen for those hot new tunes from Shawn Camp, Rhonda with Dolly, Darin and Brooke Aldridge and more! We'll also give you the chance to win a pair of tickets to the Cherokee Bluegrass Festival June 7-9 with an unbelievable lineup of stars! Goin' Across The Mountain, LIVE every Saturday from 11am until 7pm with Hosts Joe Greene and Todd Baldwin.

Image of the giant rock known as Chimney Rock. Lake Lure is in the background
Vicki Dameron

It makes sense that when your family owned and operated one of North Carolinas most scenic wonders for over 100-years, Chimney Rock Park, that you would be the perfect one to write a book about it.  Former Park Owner, Todd Morse, is responsible for the book, 'For the Love of Chimney Rock: Four Generations of Morse Family Stewardship.' During this Friday Feature from May 25, 2018 - Morse goes over history, the park, and his family's role... all captured in the book.

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