WNCW's Music Mix with Martin Anderson

Weekdays at 9am

Martin mixes up music from Bluegrass, Jazz, Jam bands, Singer/Songwriters, Blues, and Celtic genres to give you a crossroads of music that you won't hear anywhere else on the radio.

Features throughout his music block include:

  • Birthday/Anniversary spotlights of musicians you know, or didn’t know you knew
  • “Ten O'Clock Doc” tribute to Doc Watson Mondays at 10AM
  • Art Break at 11:30AM
  • NPR Headlines at the top of each hour
  • Occasional interviews & performances from touring artists

The ever charming Nikki Talley and partner-in-life-and-music Jason Sharp pay us a visit again, this time to fill an hour as Guest DJ! We'll make sure they play a few of their own tunes live, too. They play The Grey Eagle in Asheville on Friday before heading down to festivals in Florida and Georgia.

LEW CARD Live Thursday, September 8th at 11am

Sep 2, 2016
LEW CARD
http://www.lewcard.com

Check out this Austin/Chattanooga singer/songwriter if you haven't discovered him already. We loved his most recent album Follow Me Down, and he returns for another live session here before gigs in Kingsport, Asheville and Knoxville.

Learn more at www.lewcard.com .

David LaMotte in WNCW's Air Studio.
Mary Hughes

Black Mountain singer/songwriter David LaMotte joined Martin Anderson on 8/23 to debut songs from his intercontinentally influenced new release The Other Way Around. His CD Release Show is Friday, September 2nd in Asheville.

DAVID LAMOTTE Live Tuesday, August 23rd at 11am

Aug 18, 2016

After a bit of a hiatus to spend time as a peace activist, children's book author, nonprofit director, public speaker, father, and more, Black Mountain singer/songwriter David LaMotte is back into music full time with an eclectic, ambitious new album. Join him and Martin Anderson Tuesday morning for songs from The Other Way Around. His CD Release Show is September 2nd in Asheville.

CASSIE & MAGGIE MACDONALD
Mark Maryanovich

Visiting the Air Studio on Thursday: Fiddle, guitar, piano, and a strong background in traditional Celtic tunes give these sisters a firm foundation to spring off of. They play West Asheville on Saturday. "With a sound that reflects generations of Nova Scotian fiddlers, and a youthful charm that literally pops out from their recordings, Cassie and Maggie ensure that the true folk ways of their home community reaches the broader world." -Penguin Eggs 

Learn more at www.cassieandmaggie.com.

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