Articles by WCVE
On the day following the 2017 inauguration, presidential historians Jon Meacham and Doris Kearns Goodwin compare and contrast President Donald J. Trump with previous U.S. presidents, finding both similarities and sharp contrasts.
Goodwin and Meacham were onstage at America’s largest non-profit lecture series, The Richmond Forum, for a conversation moderated by Steve Inskeep, host of NPR’s Morning Edition.
Breakfast Classics with Mike Goldberg is expanding to two hours this weekend (2/4), running from 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 a.m. both Saturday and Sunday mornings. Mike will play another hour of your favorite classics and share interviews with local and international artists. Also featured on the show will be new classical releases.
So enjoy some great music to wake up to only on 88.9, WCVE, Richmond’s Public Radio station.
PBS, the nation’s most trusted provider of educational media for children, launched a new live TV stream for digital platforms. The live stream is also complemented by on-demand clips and full episodes, which will continue to be available for free.
You may know him from his band Eddie From Ohio or through his moving work in SPARC’s Live Art productions over the last few years. Robbie Schaefer is not just another singer/songwriter…trying to capture his essence as a musician and a human being is next to impossible in a few short words. Suffice to say, Robbie Schaefer is a calming, hopeful oasis in today’s challenging times.
Two sets of siblings, gifted with significant musical talent, are already getting a big head start. Coming up, two youthful Carolina bands share this hour of live performance radio…Asheville’s Moore Brothers…and Lexington’s Snyder Family. It’s our second radio show to feature Zeb and Samantha Snyder, this time with great previously-unaired tracks.
Our JAMinc/In Your Ear concerts are generally comprised of two sets lasting 45 minutes to an hour, meaning we just don’t have time to share everything with you during these 53-minute-long radio shows.
Two brothers and their cousin who forged their sound in the Florida panhandle and now call Charlottesville home and call themselves the Currys. And products of Wisconsin…a pair who are married to music and each other now based in Knoxville Tennessee called collectively Count This Penny. This edition of In Your Ear features material from two separate Studio A sessions in early 2016, double proof that families who play together, stay together.
Georgia’s five-man Velvet Caravan rolled into RVA back in the April of 2016 with a wagon load of low country gypsy swing and nearly more showmanship than our little 80-seat recording studio could hold. They’ve been a band for only five years but their musicianship obviously goes back much further than that. They obviously owe a great directional debt to pathfinder Django Reinhart. But like all musicians worth their salt, these five engaging vagabonds take the ball and run with it, with great joy.