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WUNC Music is curated locally with songs that inspire, energize and bring joy to listeners across North Carolina. It’s a place for music discovery and a home to old favorites.

Come Hear NC On Songs We Love: Elizabeth Cotten

Elizabeth Cotten
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An image of Elizabeth Cotten

We've teamed up with Come Hear NC on a podcast series that explores North Carolina music one song at a time. On this episode, folk musician and Grammy nominee Alice Gerrard talks about one of her heroes, Elizabeth Cotten. Alice is the subject of 'You Gave Me A Song,' a documentary that premieres at The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham this weekend.

Songs We Love
Come Hear NC on the Songs We Love Podcast

"It's simple, but it conjures up beautiful images of after death, hearing that train that you love, and the train is such a feature of southern music."

An image of Alice Gerrard and David Brower
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Alice Gerrard with David Brower

This Summer, WUNC Music will be co-sponsoring the Freight Train Blues Music Series in Carrboro. More information can be found here.

Freight Train Blues Music Series
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Freight Train Blues Music Series

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Brian Burns is the Music Director for WUNC Music, WUNC's AAA music discovery station. He has been working within the local music scene for over a decade. On the weekends you might see him DJing at various spots around the Triangle, or digging through boxes of records. He's also the host of King Street Soul on WHUP in Hillsborough, NC and a contributor to NPR Music. He graduated from UNC’s School of Information and Library Science with an MSLS in 2015.
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