Studio B

Studio B Performances - Presented by Sierra Nevada (www.sierranevada.com)

Studio B is where the live music happens. Under the supervision of WNCW's own golden-eared audio engineer, Dennis Jones, Studio B is the stations state-of-the-art recording facility that hosts regional, national and international artists. WNCW broadcasts performances and interviews live on just about any given day. Some of the finest tracks captured in Studio B find their way to WNCW's self-produced Crowd Around the Mic CDs.

You can watch segments from live Studio B sessions at our new You Tube channel. Check out www.youtube.com/wncwstudiob for performances by Hayes Carll, The Billy Sea, Slaid Cleaves, Erin McKeown and more! Click here to watch the videos.
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This Charlotte Americana band is covering Western NC and beyond with their debut rock/country/soul blend "Barb Wire" on Little King Records. With Dale Meyer on guitar and dobro, Tom Kuhn on bass and mandolin, and Dennis Johnson on keys and bass.

Live Friday, February 19th at 11am: MALCOLM HOLCOMBE

Feb 12, 2016

We wrap up a week of WNC acts in WNCW's Studio B with Weaverville/Swannanoa great Malcolm Holcombe, who returns with his 14th album, Another Black Hole . If you haven't discovered this treasure yet, check out why Steve Earle, Emmylou Harris, Warren Haynes and others consider him one of the best at what he does. After some regional shows, he covers the East Coast in March, and Europe in April and May.

Live Thursday, February 18th at 11am: THE THREE DAVIDS

Feb 12, 2016

Three Western North Carolinians, three singer/songwriters, three storytellers....one concert. Catch Davids Holt, Wilcox and LaMotte together in Studio B, in advance of their Asheville show Saturday night.

Live Friday, February 12th at 1pm: DANGERMUFFIN

Feb 5, 2016
DANGERMUFFIN
Gately Williams

From a song inspired by a Cherokee creation myth ("Ancient Golden Star"), to the use of chords and frequencies intended to facilitate sound healing within the human body, the three members of Dangermuffin live their vision of giving back to the universe through their art and their day-to-day lifestyles. As a touring regional rock band, they work as hard as anyone we know, crisscrossing the Carolinas and beyond, and they've done a great job putting this wonderful corner of our country on the...

This four-piece Nashville/Paducah band blends blues, rock, punk, country, and a whole lot of energy to make their potent brew of Southern Gothic. Try to imagine someone embodying Jerry Lee Lewis, Iggy Pop, and David Byrne all in one, and you get frontman JD Wilkes (also of the Dirt Daubers). They visit Studio B for the first time Wednesday afternoon before heading to their show in Asheville that night, and Charlotte on Thursday.

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