WUMB November Program Guide

March Programming Highlights

American Routes

March 8 – Alabama Bound

March 15 – Richard Thompson & Zachary Richard

March 22 – Soul Sisters

March 29 – Men of Steel and Soul: The Campbell Brothers and Walter “Wolfman” Washington


Mountain Stage

March 7 – Rodney Crowell, The Infamous Stringdusters, Elephant Revival, The Sea The Sea & Tattletale Saints

March 14 – Solas, Michael Martin Murphey, Mark Mulcahy, Sean Keane & Logan Brill

March 21 – Lee Ann Womack, Mac McAnally, Angaleena Presley, Charlie Worsham & Kristin Andreassen

March 28 – Greensky Bluegrass, Cabinet, Hot Club of Cowtown, The Carper Family, David Morris & Jack Ballengee Morris


March 7 – David Bromberg / Wanda Jackson

March 14 – Laura Marling / Phosphorescent

March 21 – Chuck Prophet / Strand of Oaks

March 28 – Gregory Alan Isakov / Nathaniel Rateliff


World Cafe

March 6 – We’ll revisit a 2011 session with Canadian singer-songwriter Dallas Green known on stage as City and Colour on this Vintage Cafe.

March 9 – Steve Earle & the Dukes have released their fist blues album Terraplane.

March 10 – Violinist and songwriter Kishi Bashi joins us to play the music from Lighght complete with a string quartet.

March 11 – New Madrid, a four- piece indie rock band from Athens, Georgia, performs songs from their sophomore full length Sunswimmer.

March 12 – Ol’ Glory is the newest release from the southern rock-blues-R&B jam band JJ Grey and Mofro.

March 13 – Our Vintage Cafe from 2003 is filled with classics from Steve Winwood played live.

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