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Grammy award winner Tim O'Brien will be playing a few songs during the Global Village

WCBE is looking forward to the return of Steve Kimock to perform Live From Studio A on Friday, April 1st!

Local outfit CAAMP will be featuring some songs from their new release during the Global Village!

That night they'll perform for the finale in the SweetWater Winter sessions series at Woodland's Tavern with Tropidelic and Urban Tropic!

Tune in for live music and conversation with CAAMP on WCBE!

It's all waiting for you on 90.5FM Columbus, 106.3FM Newark and on line at www.wcbe.org!

Craftspeople and artists look to Asheville, N.C., as a center of creativity and make up a big part of the area's identity. They've flocked to the city's River Arts District, which houses several art studios and has become a destination for visitors.

WCBE is looking forward to the return of Dr. Dog Live From Studio A

WCBE is looking forward to the return of Carrie Rodriguez with Luke Jacobs to perform Live From Studio A on Fri. March 25th in advance of their show that night at the Wexner Center!

Tune in for live music and to hear all about her latest release Lola! Plus you'll have a chance to win tickets to the show!

Tune in for a funky Live From Studio A session with the Charles Walker Band and a chance to win tickets to the show that night at Natalie's Coal Fired Pizza!

LISTEN HERE!

WCBE is looking forward to the return of G. Love Live From Studio A in advance of the sold out show that night with G. Love & Special Sauce and The Bones Of J.R. Jones at The Basement!

They're out on the road with the new release Love Saves The Day and you'll get to hear all about it during the Global Village in the 2PM hour!

Tune in for live music, conversation and a chance to win tickets to the show!
 

Memphis rockers Star & Micey will drop by the Global Village to play a few songs before their show that night at the Rumba Cafe with Lily McCabe!

They're out on the road with their brand new release Get 'Em Next Time and you'll get to hear all about it on WCBE!

WCBE is looking forward to the return of local group Angela Perley & The Howlin' Moons Live From Studio A in advance of their first show in Columbus of 2016!

Tune in for a live session with Jahman Brahman as they return to WCBE and the Global Village to play a few songs in advance of their show on Saturday March, 12th at the Park Street Saloon!

Tune in for live music, conversation and a chance to win tickets to the show!

Davina And The Vagabonds will be dropping by the station to play a few songs for us during the Global Village!

Tune in for live music, conversation and a chance to win tickets to the SOLD OUT show that night at Natalie's Coal Fired Pizza!

It's all waiting for you on 90.5FM Columbus, 106.3FM Newark and on line at www.wcbe.org!

LISTEN HERE!

  

The Nth Power will join us for a Live From Studio A session in advance of their show that night at Woodland's Tavern!

They're out on the road with their new first full-length CD, Abundance, combining funky soul, rock, R&B, jazz, Gospel, folk and World Beat.

  

Cory Henry is a Grammy award winning multi-instrumentalist and producer who's worked with Aretha Franklin, Bruce Springsteen, Snarky Puppy, The Roots and the Jimmy Fallon Show...just to name a few.

His primary instrument is the organ, and he began playing at the age of two and by the age of six had already performed at the legendary Apollo Theatre!

They'll be in Central Ohio to play at a yet undisclosed location.

After that, performances are scheduled in Michigan, Virginia, Kentucky and more.

The new release, "The Wild Mercury" is now available.

Listen to a live performance and Interview with Washington D.C. based Vandaveer, a project spearheaded by Mark Charles Heidinger.

That's on 90.5 FM and HD WCBE Columbus, 106.3 FM Newark, online at wcbe.org, and now on Apple Music.

WCBE is looking forward to the return of Keller Williams to perform Live From Studio A!

Tune in for live music, conversation and more chances to win tickets to the show that night at The Newport with Keller Williams KWahtro featuring Gibb Droll, Danton Boller and Rodney Holmes presented by WCBE!

Ebb Eskew

His new book, co-written with Blair Jackson, is now out.

It's titled "This Is All A Dream We Dreamed, an Oral History Of The Grateful Dead".

David Gans is also on tour at this time, and will perform at Woodlands Tavern the evening of March 9.

A book signing will also take place at this event.

Hear more about his book, and his life, on 90.5 WCBE FM and HD Columbus, 106.3 FM Newark, online at wcbe.org, and now on Apple Music.

This musician recently picked up an International Acoustic Music Award in the Folk/Roots/Americana category.

Currently on tour, his Columbus stop will be at the Columbus Performing Arts Center Shedd Theater with the Young Novelists the evening of the 4th.

Listen in on a live performance and interview from Nova Scotia based David Myles.

That's on 90.5 FM and HD WCBE Columbus, 106.3 FM Newark, online at wcbe.org, and now on Apple Music.

Texas singer-songwriter David Ramirez will play a few songs for us during the Global Village in advance of his show that night at the Rumba Cafe!

He's out on the road in support of his new release Fables and making a stop in Columbus with Edmonton songstress Lucette.

At pretty much any Lady Gaga performance, you can count on spectacle: whirling lights, elaborate sets and many, many costume changes. When she took the stage at the Grammy Awards this year, things were no different — except that she was deploying her famous pipes in the service of another artist's music.

WCBE is looking forward to the return of Gaelic Storm Live From Studio A

Sometime tomorrow, Linda Holmes and I will break down Monday night's Grammys telecast in a Small Batch edition of Pop Culture Happy Hour. And, for a variety of reasons, we're not likely to spend much time on the awards themselves.

It seemed like there was something for everybody at the 2016 Grammy Awards. Mark Ronson's high-spirited "Uptown Funk," featuring Bruno Mars, won Record of the Year. The songwriting award, Song of the Year, went to Ed Sheeran and Amy Wadge's "Thinking Out Loud," while Taylor Swift won Album of the Year for 1989.

The nominations for the 58th annual Grammy Awards, though, were pitched as something of a showdown between pop and hip-hop. In certain ways, neither won outright — but both genres' reigning queen and king emerged as winners.

  

The Ben Miller Band will be returning to WCBE for a live session during the Global Village!

In January 1997, the poet Miller Williams stood on the steps of the Capitol at President Bill Clinton's second inauguration and read a poem he'd written about our country:

We have memorized America,

how it was born and who we have been and where.

In ceremonies and silence we say the words,

telling the stories, singing the old songs.

We like the places they take us. Mostly we do.

The Travelin' McCourys will play a few songs during the Global Village in advance of their show that night at the Park Street Saloon with Billy Strings!

Glenn Frey, 67, a founding member and guitarist of The Eagles, died on Monday in New York City of complications from rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis and pneumonia, according to a statement on the band's official website:

"The Frey family would like to thank everyone who joined Glenn to fight this fight and hoped and prayed for his recovery. Words can neither describe our sorrow, nor our love and respect for all that he has given to us, his family, the music community & millions of fans worldwide."

WCBE and Woodland's Productions presents the FREE SweetWater Winter Sessions every Thursday through March 31st @ Woodland's Tavern!

Music starts at 7PM!

Jan. 14th     Year Of The Buffalo, Hocking River String Band

Jan. 21st     John Boerstler & The Sidewinders

I am a Bowie girl. Not literally: I'm a little too young to have swiped my face with glitter and run out in lime-green platforms to see David Bowie storming through America in 1972 and 1973 with the Spiders from Mars, when he sent queer and alien dispatches across a heartland primed for them by Stonewall and women's lib and the sexual revolution but also feeling the slap of the Silent Majority as the Nixon era lumbered on.

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