Studio B Rewind

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Imarhan

We've got two great sessions from the road: Recorded live at the Mothlight in Asheville, it's the desert blues of the South Algerian band Imarhan. The group's brand new album Temet that has really impressed us. Also, from onstage at the Orange Peel before their respective shows there a couple of weeks ago, we'll hear M. Ward and Laura Veirs in exclusive WNCW performance/interviews. 

 

A special Easter edition with two legendary gospel groups: the Blind Boys of Alabama in a 2002 session and the Dixie Hummingbirds in our studio in 2006. Also, the sacred steel of the Lee Boys and Robert Randolph & The Family Band. Join Kim Clark, April 1st - Easter Sunday, as she brings a special Studio B Rewind to you at 7pm!

 

Band members smiling in hallway surrounded by cds
Vicki Dameron

Paul Barrere and Fred Tackett of Little Feat in a live session from 2014 plus one of the hottest bands in contemporary bluegrass, Volume Five, playing live for us this past January. Join Host Kim Clark every Sunday evening at 7pm for Studio B Rewind.

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By Lloyd Baggs

She had a #1 hit with the generation-defining song “At Seventeen” in 1975, eight years after her first single “Society's Child” had been banned by radio stations across the country due to its lyrics about inter-racial dating. She has released 21 albums to date, and in 2001, she was our guest in Studio B -  Janis Ian. We'll listen to that session, plus hear a great set from last year with the amazing Kruger Brothers, who were here in advance of their “Carolina In The Fall' festival appearance. Join Music Host Kim Clark Sunday evenings for Studio B Rewind.

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Photo by Vicki Dameron

Texas singer/songwriter Bruce Robison (who has written #1 hits for Faith Hill & Tim McGraw, the Dixie Chicks, and George Strait) and his band in a session from 2008, newly-minted Asheville singer/songwriter Brew Davis, and the classic swing sound of Russ Wilson's Nouveau Passe Orchestra. Join Kim Clark at 6pm for Studio B Rewind!

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