Kim Clark talks with Wayne Robins, author of A Brief History of Rock, Off the Record, about the early days of rock and its evolution through the decades.
WNCW's Martin Anderson talks with Michelle Moog-Koussa, daughter of musical inverntor Bob Moog, and Dave Hamilton of the Bob Moog Foundations
WNCW's Dennis Jones talks with bluegrass legend Del McCoury.
WNCW's Martin Anderson talks with Malian guitarist Vieux Farka Toure. You'll also hear some snippets of Vieux's outstanding Studio B performance.
Kim Clark talks with Laura Love about her new CD "Negrass".
WNCW's Martin Anderson talks with old- time musician and scholar Laura Boosinger about Fiddler's Grove, the nation's oldest continuous festival of it's kind. Laura also plays tracks from performers that have played at the festival over the years.
"Kim Clark talks with folk-pop husband/wife team The Kennedys about their half a million miles on the road, their first date at Buddy Holly's grave, their music, and their Sirius radio show."
WNCW's Roland Dierauf talks with rock legend Jorma Kaukonen about his new release "Stars in My Crown."
Kim Clark hosts Gaye Adegbalola and Andra Faye of Saffire in the dj booth. The Uppity Blues Women pick a few tracks to spin, talk about the origins of the group, and serve up a healthy dose of fun.
WNCW's Dennis Jones talks with Bluegrass Diva and Grammy Nominee Rhonda Vincent