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New Rock Now- July 26, 2015

July 27 2015, 5:10pm
Categories: New Rock Now

Aired 7.26.15

(artist / song / album)

8:00pm

decker. / “Patsy” / Patsy
Craig Finn / “Maggie I’ve Been Searching for Our Son” / Faith in the Future
Ruby Amanfu / “Shadow on The Wall” / Standing Still
Joe Plummer / “Honeybear”/  Built In Sun
The Libertines /”Gunga Din” / Anthems for Doomed Youth
Night Beds / “Corner”/ Ivywild
Chvrches / “Leave a Trace” / Every Open Eye
The Bird and the Bee / “Runaway” /Recreational Love
Chemical Brothers / “Under Neon Lights”/ Born in the Echoes
JR JR/ “Gone” / JR JR
Mac DeMarco / “The Way You’d Love Her” / Another One
Brick & Mortar / “Train” / Dropped
Wavves / “Way Too Much” / V
Cayucas / “Hella” / Dancing at the Blue Lagoon
Santigold / “Radio” / Paper Towns Soundtrack

9:00pm

Wilco / “Random Name Generator” / Star Wars
Ratatat “Nightclub Amnesia” / Magnifique
Laura Marling / “I Feel Your Love” / Short Movie – Director’s Cut
Chief Scout / “Rollercoaster” / See EP
Foals / “Mountain at My Gates” / What Went Down
The Dears / “I Used To Pray for the Heavens to Fall” / Times Infinity Volume One
Giorgio Moroder feat Sia / “Deja Vu” / Deja Vu
 Youth Lagoon / “The Knower”/ Savage Hills Ballroom
Robert Smith / “There’s a Girl in the Corner” / There’s a Girl in the Corner – single
Oberhofer / “White Horse Black River” / Chronovision
Jonathan Tyler / “Riverbottom” / Holy Smokes
Little Boots / “No Pressure” / Working Girl
Tame Imapla / “Eventually” / Currents
Hemming / “I’ll Never be the Man For You” / Hemming
Kurt Vile “Pretty Pimpin’” / b’lieve I’m goin’ down / Matador
Vinyl Williams / “Hall of Records” / Into


New Rock Now- July 19, 2015

July 27 2015, 4:54pm
Categories: New Rock Now

Aired 7.19.15

(artist / song / album)

8:00pm

Jeremy and the Harlequins / “You’re My Halo” / American Dreamer
Jaill / “Just A Lovely Day” / Brain Cream
Ratatat / “Nightclub Amnesia” / Magnifique
Chief Scout / “Rollercoaster” / See EP
The Dears / “I Used To Pray for the Heavens to Fall” / Times Infinity Volume One
Youth Lagoon / “The Knower”/ Savage Hills Ballroom
Jonathan Tyler / “Riverbottom” / Holy Smokes
Little Boots / “No Pressure” / Working Girl
Vinyl Williams / “Hall of Records” / Into
Tame Imapla / “Eventually” / Currents
Thundercat / “Them Changes” / The Beyond
Hemming / “I’ll Never be the Man For You” / Hemming
Front Bottoms / “Cough It Out” / Cough It Out – single
Wilco / “Random Name Generator” / Star Wars
Giorgio Moroder feat Sia / “Deja Vu” / Deja Vu

9:00pm

The Fratellis / “Baby Don’t You Lie To Me” / Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied
Chvrches / “Leave a Trace” / Every Open Eye
Mac DeMarco / “The Way You’d Love Her” / Another One
decker. / “Patsy” / Patsy
The Libertines /”Gunga Din” / Anthems for Doomed Youth
 The Bird and the Bee / # 4 “Runaway” /Recreational Love
Urban Cone / “Weekend” / Polaroid Memories
Surfer Blood/ “Feast – Famine” / 1000 Palms
Chemical Brothers / “Under Neon Lights”/ Born in the Echoes
Ezra Furman / “Restless Year” / Perpetual Motion People
Ruby Amanfu / “Shadow on The Wall” / Standing Still
JR JR/ “Gone” / JR JR
Cayucas / “Hella” / Dancing at the Blue Lagoon
Editors / “No Harm”/ In Dream
The Arcs / “Outta My Mind” / Yours, Dreamily
Mynabirds / “Wildfire” / Lovers Know


Christian Lopez Live at WNRN

July 27 2015, 4:25pm
Categories: In-Studios

IMG_0126 Christian Lopez joins Anne Williams in the WNRN studio to perform some tracks from his album ‘Onward.’


Hiss Golden Messenger Live with WNRN

July 27 2015, 4:08pm
Categories: In-Studios

 Hiss Golden Messenger performs live at In Your Ear Studio for Melissa Goode and an audience of WNRN listeners in April.


Tim O’Brien Live at WNRN

July 27 2015, 3:59pm
Categories: In-Studios

timobrien Tad Abbey is joined in the studio by Tim O’Brien as he plays songs from his album ‘The Earls of Leicester’ in February.


Bluegrass Sunday Morning – July 26, 2015

July 27 2015, 3:14pm
Categories: Bluegrass Sunday Morning

7:00am

Larry Cordle and LST and Ricky Skaggs- “Highway 40 Blues”
Darin and Brooke Aldridge- “Tennessee Flat Top Box”
Earls of Leicester- “Dig A Hole In The Meadow”
The Churchmen- “He Doesn’t Care Where You’ve Been”
Dolly Parton- “Don’t Think Twice”
Bluegrass Brothers- “Memories of My Childhood”
Country Gentlemen- “Legend of The Rebel Soldier”
Band of Ruhks- “Here Comes a Broken Heart Again”
Josh Williams- “Cherokee Shuffle”
Robert Earl Keen- “Footprints in the Snow”
Gold Heart- “Ain’t That Crazy”
Seldom Scene- “Hickory Wind”
Jeanette Williams- “Little Bird of Heaven”
Larry Sparks- “In Those Days”
The Gillis Brothers- “The Angels Are Singing in Heaven Tonight”

8:00am

Laurie Lewis and Kathy Kallick- “Little Birdie”
Troy Boone- “Ole Slew Foot”
Grasscats- “85 on 85″
Carolina Road- “Sharecroppers Son”
Big Country Bluegrass- “The Bluefield West Virginia Blues”
Shannon and Heather Slaughter- “That’s What’s Good in America”
Virginia Ramblers- “I Believe”
Jimmy Martin- “Got It Made in the Shade”
Lonesome River Band- “Dime Store Rings”
Don Reno and Arthur Smith- “Over the Rainbow”
Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver- “Wilma Walker”
Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out- “Brown Country Red”
Osborne Brothers- “Working Man Blues”
Trinity River Band- “How Blue”
Rhonda Vincent- “The Court of Love”
Del McCoury Band- “Dry My Tears and Move On”
Ralph Stanley II- “Bluefield”

9:00am

Breaking Grass- “Digging Up Georgia”
Cody Shuler- “My Home is on This Ole Boxcar”
Balsam Range- “Caney Fork River”
Spinney Brothers- “Making A Killing”
Claire Lynch Band- “Wabash Cannonball”
James King- “Old Five and Dimers”
Terry Baucom- “The Rock”
Steep Canyon Rangers and Edie Brickell- “Test of Time”
Becky Buller- “Thank You”
Jerry Correll and Samantha Snyder- “Old Horse and Buggy”
VW Boys- “Wagon Wheel”
Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road and Kentucky Headhunters- “Runnin Water”
Dale Ann Bradley- “Til I Hear it From You”
The Farm Hands- “The Way It Was In 51″
Bill Monroe- “Dark As The Night, Blue As The Day”
Moron Brothers- “If My Nose Was Running Money”

10:00am

Steve Gulley and New Pinnacle- “She’s A Taker”
Hammertown- “Broken Heart Mended”
Mark Newton and Steve Thomas- “Old McDonald”
Town Mountain- “Up the Ladder”
Flatt Lonesome- “Jackson”
Country Gentleman- “Waltz of the Angels”
Junior Sisk and Ramblers Choice- “Don’t Think About it Too Long”
Lonesome River Band- “Lila Mae”
Crowe, Lawson and Williams- “Once A Day”
Grasstowne- “Big Big Heartaches”
Rob McCoury- “Black Jack”
Johnson Mountain Boys- “Let the Whole World Talk”
Shotgun Holler- “I Hope Heaven Has a Holler”
Gibson Brothers- “Ring The Bell”
Sideline- “Mountain Girl”
The Roys- “Those Boots”
Della Mae- “To Ohio”
Steeldrivers- “Six Feet Away”
Adkins and Loudermilk- “Georgia Mountain Man”
Mac Wiseman- “Salty Dog Blues”


Culture Connection: July 27th – August 2nd

July 27 2015, 11:08am
Categories: Culture Connection

The Virginia Museum of Art’s Studio School in Richmond presents The Alchemy of Pots & Prints: Number Ten. This annual summer Studio School exhibition showcases monotypes, relief prints, and pottery by advanced students.

The Page Bond Gallery in Richmond ends their season with two exhibits “EMERGING/EMERGED: RECENT VCUARTS MFA CANDIDATES, GRADUATES, AND FACULTY & REFRESH: GROUP EXHIBITION”, featuring work by several regional artists including local painters Robin Braun and Tim O’Kane.

The Larkin Art Center in Harrisonburg presents Flora, Fauna and Food, a thematic group exhibition that will fill all three of their galleries.

Second Street ends it’s 41st season with an exhibition by Look 3 photographer, Alec Soth. The exhibition “Songbook” presents poignant photographs that offer a lyrical depiction of the tension between American individualism and an unfulfilled yearning for community.

Culture Connection is brought to you in part by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. This is Beryl Solla, Chair of PVCC’s Art Department. If you have an interesting event coming up in the next month or so, send me an email at bsolla@pvcc.edu and let me share your WNRN culture Connection.


Boxerwood Nature Center – Lord Nelson

July 27 2015, 10:47am
Categories: Community Connection

Hello, I’m Joe DiNardo from Boxerwood Nature Center. Lord Nelson, a five-piece indie rock band from Charlottesville, will give an outdoor concert at Boxerwood Nature Center on Friday, August 14. The group will perform from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. on the meadow stage. They’re one of ten bands featured in Boxerwood’s series of “Music in the Garden” concerts scheduled for the second and fourth Fridays of the month through mid-September.  You can bring your own picnics, lawn chairs, blankets and kids. In the event of rain, the concert will be canceled. More information and weather updates can be found on our website, Boxerwood Facebook page, or 540-463-2697.


Jarekus Singleton Live at WNRN

July 24 2015, 11:43am
Categories: In-Studios

jarekus-singleton-photo-paul-natkin-2 Jarekus Singleton stops by the station in June to play a few songs from his album ‘Refuse to Lose’ with Tad Abbey.


Miss Tess and The Talkbacks Live at WNRN

July 24 2015, 11:33am
Categories: In-Studios

misstess2 Miss Tess and The Talkbacks join Anne Williams at the WNRN studio to play some live tracks in May.


Honey Dewdrops Live at WNRN

July 24 2015, 11:13am
Categories: In-Studios

mpo-150325-1142 Anne Williams has Honey Dewdrops in the studio in March as they play a few songs from their album ‘Tangled Country.’


Aldersgate United Methodist Church & The Black Box Players: Much Ado About Nothing

July 23 2015, 11:54am
Categories: Community Connection

Aldersgate United Methodist Church and The Black Box Players present, Much Ado About Nothing. This Shakespeare play will be shown during eight performances from Thursday, July 30th through Sunday, August 9th. This presentation is fit for all ages. You can learn more about these performances, including ticket information, and our dinner theater night on August 8th online.


StreamWatch

July 23 2015, 11:52am
Categories: Community Connection

StreamWatch is looking for volunteers for the 2015 stream monitoring program.  This fall, we will monitor fifty sites located in the Rivanna River watershed. Volunteers are invited to attend an introductory training which will be occurring Saturday, September 5th at Ivy Creek Natural Area Education Building or Saturday, September 19th, from 10 AM until 3 PM at the Fluvanna County Public Library.  Volunteers will learn about the fundamentals of stream biological sampling—catching and identifying aquatic invertebrates for the purpose of evaluating water quality and stream health. For more information or to sign up for a training session click here,  or call 434-249-5306.


Frontier Culture Museum – American Roots Music Series

July 21 2015, 11:04am
Categories: Community Connection

Hi I’m Joe from the Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton. This summer we present the American Roots Music Series under the Frontier Culture Museum’s pavilion. Throughout August we will showcase three different bluegrass bands.  On Sunday, August 2nd  we will feature Bud’s Collective. Then on the 16th it is East of Monroe followed by the Commonwealth Bluegrass Band on the 30th. The concert seating will be arranged for family style dinning. You can enjoy the tunes and food during the shows. More information on the American Roots Music Series, including music clips from each band.


WNRN VIP Member List – July 20, 2015

July 21 2015, 8:14am
Categories: Uncategorized

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1. A pair of tickets to see Modest Mouse at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion in Charlottesville on Monday, October 26.
2. Tickets for you and a friend to see Faith No More at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD on Sunday, August 2.
3. Two tickets to see Marian Hill at U Street Music Hall in Washington, DC onFriday, September 25.
4. Tickets for you and a friend to Rockn To Lockn with The Sally Rose Band, The Judy Chops, The Mad Anthonys, and Lord Nelson at The Jefferson Theater in Charlottesville on Friday, July 24.
5. A pair of tickets to see the Hackensaw Boys at The Jefferson Theater in Charlottesville on Saturday, July 25.
6. Two tickets to see Butcher Brown at The Camel in Richmond on Friday, July 24.
7. Two tickets to the L.Y.A.O. Comedy Showcase ft. Stewart Huff with Krish Mohan at The Southern Cafe and Music Hall in Charlottesville on Saturday, July 25.

8. A pair of tickets to see Black Water Gold at The Camel in Richmond on Saturday, July 25.

9. A pair of passes to see Matthew E. White with Sleepwalkers at The Southern Cafe and Music Hall in Charlottesville on Wednesday, July 29.
10. A $10 gift certificate for Fardowners in Crozet.
11. A $10 gift certificate for Telegraph Gallery on the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville.
12. A $10 gift certificate for Market Street Wineshop at two locations in Charlottesville.13. A $10 gift certificate for Duo on Elliewood Ave in Charlottesville.


Culture Connection: July 20th – 26th

July 20 2015, 8:48am
Categories: Culture Connection

The Bridge Arts Initiative in Belmont offers up “Tactics of Collaboration: A Participatory Playbook”.  This is an exhibit, classroom, and workshop space that shares the collaborative tactics that socially engaged photographers are employing to address human rights issues. The exhibit ends July 24th.

The VMFA in Richmond closes the “Fusion-Art of the 21st Century this week. Showing works by an increasingly diverse roster of global artists, VMFA’s 21st-Century Art Gallery reflects the expanded nature of contemporary art.

The Academy of Fine Arts in Lynchburg is accepting applications for their juried photography exhibit. More information and the application is available online.

The  Staunton Augusta Art Center presents two ceramics exhibitions. Sukjin Choi’s show is called Regression and Lynn Hilton Conyors show includes Ceramics and mixed media pieces in her exhibit entitled Conception.

Culture Connection is brought to you in part by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. This is Beryl Solla, Chair of PVCC’s Art Department. If you have an interesting event coming up in the next month or so, send me an email at bsolla@pvcc.edu and let me share your WNRN culture Connection.

 


Tuesday Tunes featuring Pretty Little Miss & Gallatin Canyon

July 18 2015, 3:32pm
Categories: Community Connection

Hi, I’m Katie Falcone from Ash Lawn-Highland, the home of President James Monroe. In coordination with The Front Porch Music School we present the last installment of our Tuesday Tunes music series. On August 11th at 7 pm, we will feature Pretty Little Miss and Gallatin Canyon. The public is invited to the show. Picnics, blankets, and chairs are welcome for this evening of regional bluegrass music. Albemarle Ciderworks, Devils Backbone Brewery, and local food trucks will also be available. For more information about Tuesday Tunes, including admission, 434-242-7012, Front Porch Cville , or Ash Lawn-Highland.


Ash Lawn-Highland: Albemarle County Fair

July 18 2015, 3:28pm
Categories: Community Connection

Hi, I’m Katie Falcone from Ash Lawn-Highland, the home of President James Monroe. Once again, we’re hosting the Albemarle County Fair: Thursday, July 30th through Saturday, August 1st. This three-day agricultural celebration brings family fun in an historic setting. You can enjoy farm animals, exhibits, live music, home arts contests, craft demonstrations and programs designed for the entire family. There will also be children’s rides, games and activities, and the Albemarle County Fair Queen Pageant. The fair is open from four to nine pm on Thursday, and from ten to nine on Friday and Saturday. More information about fair programming, or to submit an entry for a contest, here.


Steve Forbert Live at WNRN

July 15 2015, 4:02pm
Categories: In-Studios

Steve Forbert Prolific songwriter Steve Forbert joins Anne Williams in the studio during his tour through Charlottesville to sample songs from his 37-year career.


Blue Ridge Irish Music School – Jackie Daly & Matt Cranich

July 13 2015, 10:50am
Categories: Community Connection

Blue Ridge Irish Music School (BRIMS) a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching the living art of Irish traditional music and fostering a dynamic environment for it in Central Virginia and beyond.  BRIMS presents Irish musicians Jackie Daly on button accordion and Matt Cranitch on fiddle Saturday, July 25th, 7:00 p.m. at C’ville Coffee in Charlottesville.  The duo draw inspiration from their Irish home in the counties of Kerry & Cork. More information.