It's "Hardcore Bluegrass in the Dawg House" on Thursday night when we feature this fine new release of 1990's recordings from Grisman's studio. Del & The Boys join Dawg for such bluegrass standards as "John Henry", "Hit Parade of Love", and "Save It! Save It!." McCoury and Grisman have known each other for 50 years now!
Goth girls to survivalists, bovines to bibles, antique pistols to vintage motorcycles: Alberta-born honky-tonker Curb Lund's song craft covers it all . Visit with the new album, "Cabin Fever", tonight, beginning at 8:00
I Draw Slow are an Irish five-piece who have conjured a brand of indie bluegrass that fits impeccably into the raditional American canon, while also bearing a stamp all their own. I Draw Slow play and sing with a real sense of Joy, never letting the virtuosity get in the way of delivering delicious performances.
Tune in Thursday night beginning at 8 pm as we feature this new one throughout the evening's mix.
Asheville/Weaverville's own Malcolm Holcombe is one of WNCW's favorite regional -- make that national -- songwriters. Darrell Scott spearheaded the musicianship on this release, and Steve Earle and Emmylou Harris take part as well. Tune in Thursday night as we feature this new one throughout the evening's mix.
It's not one but TWO new releases we feature for you this Thursday evening, as Los Angeles singer/songwriter Dan Bern has issued two new albums simultaneously. "Drifter" is his first studio release in 6 years, and "Doubleheader" is an 18-song tribute to the great American pastime and one of his greatest passions, baseball. Both feature the Brooklyn trio Common Rotation as his band.
Following his appropriately titled "Bass" release, and his collaborations with Larry & Jenny Keel and others, loopmaster Keller Williams is back, this time with the members of The Del McCoury Band (sans Del.)
On "Pick", Keller and The Boys delve into such quintessential American topics as mullets, American cars, and Elvis impersonators.
Recognized by pretty much everyone as the world’s most renowned Dobro player, Flux is back with a new one that includes Eric Clapton, Mumford & Sons, Paul Simon, Sam Bush, and his bandmates from Union Station. "Traveler" also features Douglas' lead vocal debut! Tune in as we feature it throughout the Thursday evening mix.