Adia Victoria, our Artist of the Month for September, filmed performances of three songs from her new album, A Southern Gothic, with a four-piece band, demonstrating her command as a storyteller who need only focus intently on the scenes she’s conjuring to draw us deep into them with her.
We are honored to uplift Black voices year-round and in celebration of the legacy of MLK, today we’re rebroadcasting conversations with and stories about Black artists you may have missed the first time. Listen through 8 p.m. CT on Monday, January 17, and find all sorts of interviews, features and news stories here on WNXP.org. Nashville […]
This week the show gets a boost from Sunday afternoon host Dan Digs who rides shotgun for the full hour providing picks, insight and enthusiasm for an array of new music. Fellow WNXP DJ’s Ayisha Jaffer, Celia and Marquis Munson also weigh in on their new favorites and there’s love all over the musical map […]
Jewly Hight: In the new issue of the Nashville Scene, there are critics picks on a bunch of shows. So how about we focus first on the ones that showcase many different kinds of music that are made right here in town? And what do you say we work in a history lesson and go […]
It’s an extra happy What Where When-sday that coincides with the 2nd Annual (and WNXP’s first) Public Radio Music Day! Thanks to Do615 and our other community partners for keeping Middle Tennesseans informed about local happenings, and enriching the many opportunities we have to connect with others over art, sports, nature and more. In a […]
I often wake up to happy news to share with folks on-air, i.e. tour or album announcements from artists we love here at WNXP. It’s one of my favorite parts of morning hosting, honestly. But last week’s wee-hours tweet from Mercy Lounge forced my hand in sharing crappy news, however inevitable we knew it to […]