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Studio B Rewind Friday January 13th 6pm

Jan 13, 2017

It's the old school soul pop of St. Paul and the Broken Bones in a live session from the stage of the Peace Center in Greenville, SC just before their show there last month, and we'll go back to 2011 for a session with the Steel Wheels, who brought their Shenandoah Valley roots music to Studio B when they were in the area for a series of house concerts. Join Kim Clark for Studio B Rewind at 6pm Friday the 13th. Nothin' but good luck at WNCW.

Dig! Thursday January 12th From 8 until 9 pm

Jan 12, 2017

Tonight, we'll be diggin' the Yardbirds, Revolver-era Beatles, Jefferson Airplane, Small Faces, the Music Machine, Jackie Wilson, Year 2000, Tintern Abbey, Margie Hendrix, the Tee-Set, the Move, and a dozen more swingin' '60s records.

Thank You to Our Listeners

Jan 12, 2017

Thank you to all our listeners for your support in 2016.  If you tuned in, contributed, volunteered, participated in our contests, voted in our Top 100, attended a station event, supported the talented artists we play or showed support to our music venue/business partners - you are a valuable member of the WNCW Family.

SUSTO Live Thursday, January 12th at 12pm

Jan 9, 2017

Get to know this new Charleston band when they visit Studio B for a live session with Scotty Robertson. Songwriter Justin Osborne had gone on a soul-searching sojourn to Cuba, when he realized his need to create this band. As their website describes, SUSTO is a Spanish word referring to a folk illness in Latin America that Osborne learned as an anthropology student, meaning “when your soul is separated from your body,” and also roughly translates to a panic attack. They play The Visulite in Charlotte on Friday.

One of our favorite progressive newgrass bands blew up some dust in Asheville last Friday, and WNCW's Martin Anderson spoke with them from the Orange Peel stage before their show there where they played some great new ones for us. Chris Pandolfi (banjo), Andy Hall (dobro), Andy Falco (guitar), Jeremy Garrett (fiddle), and Travis Book (bass) have a great new collection of songs on Laws of Gravity, on the heels of last year's Ladies & Gentlemen collaboration with a lot of our favorite modern Americana singers. They play Charlotte on Thursday the 26th. 

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