WNRN’s Bob Mosolgo traveled to Nashville for Americanafest 2023 and met with several artists for live sessions.
We’ll be recapping sessions with Jobi Riccio, Nat Myers, Bahamas, Logan Legend, Band of Heathens, and Jess Williamson each weekday at just after 9 a.m. Nov. 13-20, so make sure you tune in!
Boy Golden chatted with Bob Mosolgo and played a few tunes for a crowd of Members before their Nov. 10 show at The Richmond Music Hall.
The Wayne Theatre in Downtown Waynesboro is a nonprofit, sharing in community spirit is part of their mission. On Thursday, November 30th, they are hosting the annual Tree Lighting ceremony followed by the opening of our production of “Elf: The Musical” with live performances on the Wayne Stage. They welcome you to join at the Wayne Theatre before 6:30PM to kick off the holiday season with a celebration of treats, songs from the Wayne Theatre Dickens Carolers, and surprises from the cast and crew of our production of “Elf: The Musical”. Then, at 6:30PM, they light the big tree that’s atop our Wayne Theatre building for the first time this season. More information about live performances of “Elf: The Musical” is available online at WayneTheatre.org.
The United Way of Greater Charlottesville is one in seven families in our region cannot afford the essentials of life, leaving over 9,000 families without items like groceries, diapers, or medicine. Their ENVISION initiative aims to empower local families like this to lift themselves out of poverty. More information about this program and others, as well as tax-deductible donations can be found at unitedwaycville.org. The United Way of Greater Charlottesville is a proud financial supporter of WNRN.
There is a brand new tribute album of Nanci Griffith songs out now. It features covers by artists like Billy Strings and Brandy Clark, so we’re revisiting a 2007 session from our archives, when Nanci came by to perform covers of artists she admired. You can hear the interview and live performances next time on an Encore World Cafe.
Long time WNRN volunteer and music host, Steve Hamilton, presents two hours of Fresh Roots New Blues, Saturdays from 6 – 8 p.m.