WNCW's Music Mix with Roland Dierauf

Weekdays 3pm to 6pm

Roland Dierauf wanders everyday through the cultural landscape that informs contemporary music.  Starting with the roots of early blues and country, he says hello to their many quirky offspring -- bluegrass, rock, alt country, jazz, funk, international rhythms, and all the endless hybrids.  It's music as big and varied and delightful as the people who make it.  Be a part of it, weekday afternoons on WNCW.

Ways to Connect

TONY JOE WHITE Live Thursday, June 16th at 3pm

Jun 9, 2016

North Louisiana's King of Swamp Rock returns to Studio B, this time with songs from his new release that's as deep as his trademark voice, Rain Crow. The man responsible for "Rainy Night in Georgia", "Willie and Laura Mae Jones", and "Polk Salad Annie" plays Charlotte Thursday and Asheville Friday.

Learn more at www.tonyjoewhite.com.

ROBBIE FULKS Live Wednesday, June 15th at 4pm

Jun 9, 2016

One of the more revered songwriters in today's Americana/folk/country world, Robbie Fulks has yet more stories to tell. His latest release Upland Stories refers to the upland region of his NC/VA upbringing, and a number of the songs will resonate with folks in our area. He plays the Grey Eagle in Asheville on Wednesday.

Learn more at www.robbiefulks.com.

Brothers Comatose Visited WNCW

Jun 8, 2016
Brothers Comatose in WNCW's Air Studio on May 26, 2016
Joe Kendrick

Brothers Comatose visited WNCW's air studio on May 26, 2016.  Playback their session and interview with Roland Dierauf.

Learn more about the band at www.thebrotherscomatose.com.

THE BROADCAST Live Friday, June 10th at 3pm

Jun 6, 2016

Asheville is bountiful with musical riches these days, and The Broadcast is a prime example of that. Caitlin Krisko, Aaron Austin, E'Lon Jordan-Dunlap, Tyler Housholder, and Jaze Uries are rightly proud of their new album From the Horizon, and they take it across the country this summer following their big release show in Asheville Saturday.

Learn more at www.thebroadcastmusic.com.

BROTHERS COMATOSE: Live Thursday, May 26th at 3pm

May 19, 2016

This 5-piece band from San Francisco draws from folk, bluegrass, and rock backgrounds for a cool sound that has impressed us both on record and at their recent Merlefest appearance. Catch Brothers Comatose during their interview with Roland Dierauf in between Knoxville and Asheville gigs.

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