Spindale Cycle
3:11 pm
Mon June 16, 2014

Monday Night June 16th at 8pm: NICK DRAKE - Five Leaves Left

45 years ago saw this debut of one of the most promising English singer-songwriters, though he only made three full-length albums before dying in 1974.  And he went relatively unnoticed while alive, but he's gathered a veritable cult following since then --and yes it started well before his song "Pink Moon" showed up on that popular TV commercial.  After being discovered at a rare live performance by a member of Fairport Convention, Drake won the support of producer Joe Boyd, and also got assistance from Fairport guitarist Richard Thompson and Pentangle bassist Danny Thompson (no r

12:51 pm
Mon June 16, 2014

Center for Cultural Preservation

Center for Cultural Preservation

Aired May 30, 2014 -
Listen in to WNCW's recent conversation with David Weintraub, executive director of the Center for Cultural Preservation in Hendersonville, N.C.  David talks about the Center's efforts to preserve Western North Carolina's stories and heritage though his most recent project, Mountain Elder Wisdom.  Information was also provided about a gallery event at Higher Art Studio in support of the project.  Learn more about the center at save or phone  (828) 692-8062. Every month there is a new oral history excerpt posted online.

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Air Studio
9:04 pm
Fri June 13, 2014

Monday Morning between 10 and 11am: John Fowler and "Trotting Sally"

WNCW's This Old Porch host John Fowler is also the author of a book about a fascinating character of Upstate SC history, Spartanburg's Trotting Sally.  Little was known about this African-American fiddler of the early/mid 20th Century, until now.  Join Martin Anderson and John Fowler, right after our "Ten O'Clock Doc" set.  

New Tunes at Two
9:03 pm
Fri June 13, 2014

New Releases Featured This Week, June 16-19, 2-3pm

Monday: Hot Nut Riveters - Moustache Girl

Tuesday: Joseph LeMay - Seventeen Acres

Wednesday: Clothesline Revival - Greatest Show on Mars

Thursday: Corb Lund - Counterfeit Blues

Peak of the Week
9:01 pm
Fri June 13, 2014

Thursday Night the 19th between 9pm and Midnight: RAY LAMONTAGNE - Supernova

Ray LaMontagne's epiphany moment in which he knew what he wanted to do with his life came while working at a shoe factory in Maine one day, when Stephen Stills' "Treetop Flyer" came on the radio. If that's what it takes to inspire talents like him to become musicians, we'll keep playing tunes like that...  LaMontagne picked up a Grammy for his last album, and this fifth full-length from him has Dan Auerbach on board for a fairly complex departure from his previous four.

4:59 pm
Fri June 13, 2014

Festival Volunteers Needed

If you love WNCW and festivals, then consider volunteering at WNCW's Festival Booth this summer.  We have several events coming up and could use your help representing the station.  Please contact Scotty Robertson for more information:

1:19 pm
Thu June 12, 2014

Live Broadcast From Bonnaroo

Bonnaroo 2014

Tune in on Friday, June 13 between 8-10pm as Brad Watson and Rob Daves broadcast live from Bonnaroo.  Listen online here.

Studio B
10:35 am
Tue June 10, 2014

New Country Rehab INTERVIEW

Joe Kendrick's interview with New Country Rehab in Studio B on May 28, 2014.

Studio B
10:30 am
Tue June 10, 2014


New Country Rehab in Studio B on May 28, 2014.

Studio B
10:29 am
Tue June 10, 2014

New Country Rehab HOME TO YOU

Studo B with new Country Rehab on May 28, 2014.