blues http://whqr.org en It's a 'Ladies Night' of Blues on 91.3fm! http://whqr.org/post/its-ladies-night-blues-913fm <p>WHQR's<strong>&nbsp;Front Street Blues</strong> has been a weekend FM mainstay for over a decade, and the Blues just keeps coming. It'll get even more interesting on Saturday, March 15 when host &amp; producer Lan&nbsp;Nichols plays&nbsp;nothin' but the ladies of the Blues.</p> Fri, 14 Mar 2014 22:00:48 +0000 Lan Nichols 51855 at http://whqr.org It's a 'Ladies Night' of Blues on 91.3fm! Watch this Clip of Lightnin' James at Soup To Nuts Live! http://whqr.org/post/watch-clip-lightnin-james-soup-nuts-live <div id="watch-description-text"><p>(Airing Friday, June 21 &amp; Saturday, June 22 at 9PM on WHQR 91.3fm)</p><p id="eow-description">He's cool, calm, and collected, a hardcore Bluesman, and a prolific performer who believes in his art. Lightnin' James brings his own music (and a couple of notable Blues standards) to life during WHQR's Soup To Nuts Live! in the MC Erny Gallery. James has performed throughout the Carolinas and competed at the 2012 Cape Fear Blues Challenge.</p> Sat, 15 Jun 2013 02:00:00 +0000 Lan Nichols 38208 at http://whqr.org Watch this Clip of Lightnin' James at Soup To Nuts Live! Friday Feedback for July 6, 2012 http://whqr.org/post/friday-feedback-july-6-2012 <p>Nina Burrell wrote:</p><blockquote><p>The thing I look forward to most about when I can retire is that I will be able to listen to more of [WHQR]. I am not a big fan of classical music but I appreciate that others are.</p></blockquote><p>George Edwards of Wilmington wrote:</p><blockquote><p>Good variety, considering the demands for balance. I would enjoy more evening jazz, .... I would also endorse these shows for consideration; Fiona Ritchie-Thistle &amp; Shamrock (in addition to the new Celtic music show which is quite good), Mountain Stage, and Putumayo World Music.</p> Fri, 06 Jul 2012 09:00:00 +0000 Cleve Callison 19944 at http://whqr.org Friday Feedback for July 6, 2012 My Top Five: Blues Artists You've Never Heard Of http://whqr.org/post/my-top-five-blues-artists-youve-never-heard <p>The Blues.&nbsp; Its origins are murky (okay, muddy), and it&rsquo;s legacy is passed from generation to generation.&nbsp; The people who play the Blues happily adopt the genre, give it a home, dress it up a little, and influence it in their own way.&nbsp; While you&rsquo;ve (likely) never heard of them, here are some ear-opening performers who have made the Blues their own&hellip; Mon, 16 Apr 2012 22:00:00 +0000 Lan Nichols 14865 at http://whqr.org My Top Five: Blues Artists You've Never Heard Of Ladies Sing The Blues on FSB http://whqr.org/post/ladies-sing-blues-fsb <p>During the month of November, Front Street Blues will&nbsp;feature a strong roster of female voices.&nbsp; Make no mistake - women have a firm hold on this genre, and they&#39;re not letting go.</p> Fri, 28 Oct 2011 20:38:18 +0000 Lan Nichols 5938 at http://whqr.org Ladies Sing The Blues on FSB