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.

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Adam McMillian

Voted the # 1 Rock N Roll band in WNC by Mountain Xpress Magazine 2015, 2016 and 2017, Andrew Scotchie & the River Rats have a new release, with its official release show at Highland Brewing on the 29th. And he's working on this September's Asheville Barnaroo festival, which he started in 2009 in his mom's backyard.

The Deer Live Thursday, June 7th at 3pm

Jun 4, 2018
The Deer
Michael Shaffer

Singer Grace Park and this band of Cosmic Americana, Psychotropic Folk, and Transcendental Texas Surf-Country from Austin have become a genuine favorite among the weekday music hosts here at WNCW this past year. We're eager to bring you a live session from them before they play Oskar Blues Brewery in Brevard on Thursday, and the U.S. National Whitewater Center in Charlotte on Saturday.

Yellow Feather Live Wednesday, June 6th at 4pm

May 31, 2018
Yellow Feather
David Simchock

Old Fort, NC is on the musical map these days thanks to this group of Hunter Begley, Casey Kristofferson, Charlie Wills, and up to four other bandmates. They've been performing around the area a lot lately; their latest show is this Saturday at Asheville's Xpand Fest.

Samara Jade Live Tuesday, June 5th at 3pm

May 31, 2018

Known by some around Asheville, Barnardsville, and elsewhere as Searra Jade and Samara Gisondo, Samara has a new album released this Friday called Wave of Birdsong. A decade of immersion in the earthy traditions of homesteading and mountain music, and time spent at Berklee College of Music and Warren Wilson College, have yielded the sound that she calls "gypsy eco-philosopholk".

KRISTY COX Tuesday, May 29th at 4pm

May 24, 2018

This Australian born country & bluegrass artist moved to the US in 2013. Her latest release "Ricochet" debuted on 6 different Billboard charts including #1 for Bluegrass Album. She and her band stop by Studio B Tuesday afternoon for a visit with Roland before playing Isis Music Hall in West Asheville that evening.

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