Soup to Nuts Live!

The Soup to Nuts Live! Concert Series, presented by the Great Outdoor Provision Co. of Wilmington, features performers from a wide variety of musical styles: Folk to Blues, Jazz to Rock, Bluegrass, Latin, Roots, Americana, Country and much more.  Just like its namesake program, Soup to Nuts (broadcast Saturday nights at 9pm on WHQR 91.3fm), this concert series is both energetic and eclectic.

Soup to Nuts on-air host George Scheibner will interview the performers during breaks in the show.  You'll hear the music and find out about the artists who create it, while the performance is recorded live for future broadcast on 91.3fm.  The atmosphere is charged with excitement and the ambience is simply unmatched - there's no other venue like it in the Port City.

Submissions for Soup to Nuts Live!: Whether it's a new voice or a seasoned performer, STNL! is always seeking talent from around our region and beyond.  Our listening gallery is primarily an 'unplugged' space, with an in-house sound system for the benefit of our live audience.  We record & mix STNL! straight to CD-R and MD, with minimal post-performance editing.

STNL! welcomes submissions for performance consideration.  Send all materials to our downtown Wilmington studio...

WHQR 91.3fm / STNL!
(attn: Lan Nichols)
254 N. Front St. #300
Wilmington NC 28401

Thank you!

***SOLD OUT***

Soup to Nuts Live! welcomes Massive Grass to the MC Erny Gallery on Thursday, February 25th!

This coming weekend WHQR will air the Soup to Nuts Live! concert that we recorded with the three piece jazz group, The Keith Butler Trio.

Tune in this Friday and Saturday for a fantastic jazz-inspired set that works to honor the rich history of the genre.

Tune into 91.3 to hear The Keith Butler Trio!

Friday, February 12, 7 pm

Saturday, February 13, 9 pm

Soup to Nuts Live! welcomes The Keith Butler Trio, consisting of Cameron Tinklenberg on piano, Sean Howard on electric bass, and Keith Butler on drums. They have been playing for about a year and a half now and draw on influences from Bill Evans, Billy Strayhorn, Duke Ellington, John Coltrane, Mulgrew Miller, Roy Hargrove, Christian McBride, and many more. The group strives to honor jazz music’s rich history by focusing on swing, melody, and creativity. 

*SOLD OUT SHOW*

 

Soup to Nuts Live! welcomes John Fonvielle, a seasoned Americana singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist known for compelling melodies and insightful lyrics about everything from road trips to relationships, pain and hope, beginnings and endings. A gigging musician in North Carolina, Fonvielle plays frequently as a solo folk artist and as a member of the Americana/bluegrass band End of the Line.

This coming weekend WHQR will air the Soup to Nuts Live! concert we recorded with stellar Texas blues guitarist Chris Duarte and his trio.

It was a mostly acoustic but high-energy show as you'll hear this coming Friday at 7 pm and Saturday at 9 pm.

Tune into WHQR 91.3 FM this weekend to hear Chris Duarte and his trio!

Friday, November 6th, 7 pm

Saturday, November 7th, 9 pm

WHQR's Soup To Nuts Live! welcomes internationally touring band The Chris Duarte Group for an evening of inspired and passionate acoustic music. Chris Duarte and his band have been seen and heard around the globe, and they have made regular stops at Wilmington's favorite juke joint, The Rusty Nail, for several years. “I can practice all day in my basement, but it’s a totally different ballgame when I get on stage. More of a physical dynamic is the currency I trade-in when I’m playing live” says Duarte.

Join us for our Soup to Nuts Live! series with Striking Copper at the MC Erny Gallery at WHQR.

Hailing from Nashville, North Carolina, Valerie's music is a silky hodgepodge of originals, jazz standards, blues and legendary songwriters. This dulcet combination of music is of the heart and for the soul. Do not miss out on this powerful Americana trio. 

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Doors 6:30

Show 7:30 

MC Erny Gallery, 254 N. Front Street, 3rd Floor

$10 suggested donation at the door

Evolution of a Fan

Engulfed by music from an early age, Rebekah Todd has been captivating audiences ever since her father taught her to play her first acoustic Washburn guitar. With a performance catalog that hits all the stops from Bob Dylan to Katy Perry, Todd proudly proclaims her greatest inspirations to be female warriors Lauryn Hill and Susan Tedeschi. Known for her soulful voice and her effortless finesse with a guitar, Todd captivates every audience she croons to.  

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Doors 6:30 / Show 7:30

With a soulful voice, a bottomless bag of guitar licks, and a mean harmonica, Randy McQuay has been making a mark for himself since his high school days in Brunswick County. He cut his teeth at Cape Fear Blues Jams, formed the vivacious RootSoul Project, and pursued a solo career that has truly come into its own in recent years. He's a two-time winner of the Cape Fear Blues Challenge, twice opening the door to the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee. He brought home the Lee Oskar Harmonica Player Award in 2012 and was crowned IBC Solo Champion in January 2015.

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