A native of western North Carolina, Kim Clark was originally with WNCW from 1996 until 2008, serving at various times as underwriting assistant, interim Development Director, morning music host, Morning Edition host, Local Color
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Kim grew up in the small town of Rutherfordton nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. She has always had “ a song in her heart” and has loved music of all kinds her entire life. Her sisters were mor...
Marshall Ballew is a singer/ songwriter, multi – instrumentalist, instructor, and music historian whose Appalachian roots laid the groundwork for his lifelong love of music in all its various forms and ages. Surrounded in his youth in the North...
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Eschewing his mother’s taste for easy listening music early on, Martin Anderson was raised on his dad’s love for jazz, his brother’s Beatles/classic rock LP’s, and the bluegrass and Top 40 radio of the D.C. area. He played trombone all through...
Mary Hughes grew up in the tiny little town of Linville, nestled in the trees of Western North Carolina, constantly daydreaming to a soundtrack built off of her parents' dusty vinyl and the cassette tapes left behind by older sisters. She used ...
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Renee grew-up in Lockhart, SC with a home full of polarized music. The sun shined In the Pines while she fought the cannons of the 1812 Overture with her Fingertips Tightened Up on Junior's Shotgun. On the Edge of Seventeen she moved with her f...
Richard Beard is a man with too many interests and not enough time to satisfy all of them. Musician, teacher, novelist, historian, and luthier, Richard’s interests range from historical Southern architecture to theoretical astronomy. Having ...
CMJ Director - ARC Overnightrob@wncw.org
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