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H.C. McEntire Stays Rooted on 'Eno Axis'

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Heather Evans Smith
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H.C. McEntire

H.C McEntire's latest album is firmly rooted in her home along the banks of the Eno River in North Carolina. She writes about the changing seasons, working the land and caring for the people she holds dear. 'Eno Axis' is informed by traditional country gospel, but is fueled by a live band captured largely in first takes with plenty of electricity and edginess.

McEntire sat down with Morning Edition's Eric Hodge recently to discuss the  making of the album. One of its highlights is the song 'River Jaw.' Check out the video below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QprGuNEbDGI&list=RDEMkvI9e_xVvseYHScyOXBjBg&start_radio=1

Unsatisfied to cap off 2020 there, she has rounded up her fantastic five-piece band for a concert film! Eno Axis Live From Cat's Cradle premieres December 17th at 8pm ET.

Eno Axis Live
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H.C. McEntire presents Eno Axis Live From Cat's Cradle

Eric Hodge hosts WUNC’s broadcast of Morning Edition, and files reports for the North Carolina news segments of the broadcast. He started at the station in 2004 doing fill-in work on weekends and All Things Considered.
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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