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Well into its second decade, WHQR's SOUP TO NUTS LIVE! has become one of the Cape Fear region's favorite, live-listening experiences, featuring a wide array of musical genres on its stage. The M.C. Erny Gallery has hosted Bluegrass, Rockabilly, Celtic, Country, Blues, Latin, Jazz, Folk, Indie, Pop, and Americana performances. And along the way, we've welcomed talented, hard-working musicians from all walks of life.Our Gallery is an acoustic room that demands attention. Adapting your 'unplugged' performance to our space may require some patience, but the reward is a truly intimate, interactive experience for both artist and listener. STNL!'s recording process reflects its commitment to high quality, ongoing success, and the hard work of its technical staff. Each performance is engineered, multitracked, and edited into a one-hour program for broadcast on an upcoming date. In addition, we forward and cross-promote the live event (and the later broadcast) across our website, on-air, social media, and related platforms.If you would like to be considered for a future STNL! session in front of a live audience at WHQR, we'd like to hear from you. Send an email of interest to stnl@whqr.org and include links to your music, biography, website, videos, social media, club & tour dates, etc. We look forward to making contact with you soon. Thank you!

Friday Feedback for January 27, 2017

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Wilmington Faith and Values
About 100 people attended the Race to the Ballot final rally in Wilmington's Riverfront Park on Friday, March 2.
Thanks for making a 20-something Northerner feel right at home! - Andrea

Listener Andrea wrote: “I have moved from NY to Wilmington in the past few years, and absolutely love having a radio station that makes me feel connected to the community I have transplanted into. I especially like Communique and the Writers Almanac, and love preparing dinner in the evenings listening to jazz. Thanks for making a 20-something Northerner feel right at home!”

Listener Martyn wrote:

Thank you to Lan Nichols, George Scheibner, and John Fonvielle for the most wonderful music. I so wish you all were on every evening in place of the Jazz. I believe you all should be syndicated and I could listen to you several hours a day. Warmest regards.

Listener Donna wrote about the new talk show 1A, now heard from 10 am to noon on HQR News:

Tho I miss Diane Rehm, I’m finding Joshua Johnson very interesting. He keeps the conversation going at lightning speed and so far seems fair in offering all sides of an issue. I will keep listening.

Listener Bob also wrote that he was enjoying 1A.

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I just wanted to find out when Thistle and Shamrock was on. I realize you guys are hermetically sealed against anyone ever actually talking to you. Sorry.

Anonymous messages like this are kind of difficult. We can’t call him back because he didn’t leave his name or number. The call came in before office hours, so it went to voice mail. I know it must seem to listeners at times that there’s someone at the front desk at all hours of the day or night, but that’s not the case. At any rate, The Thistle and Shamrock has returned to WHQR, and is now heard on Saturdays at 6 pm. This information is on our website, whqr.org.

Listener Tim left this comment on our website:

Please reconsider picking up the new PHC. On Saturday evenings I am now ditching WHQR for WUNC streaming just to hear this fine program. It's not quite the same humor as with Garrison Keillor, but it's still humorous, and, musically, PHC has improved 1000%. And it is now a program that can pull in younger listeners, something ANY public radio station needs to do in order to sustain itself over the long haul. Chris Thile has been having some really current and important musical talent, and some cutting edge humor. I am almost sixty, but I am really impressed with the youth and energy of the new program. And frankly, Thistle & Shamrock, and Across The Blue Ridge just don't measure up for this important time slot. Thank you.

Listener Aaron asked how a listener could go about submitting a commentary for review and possible airing on the station. Here’s how: you may send a proposed commentary to our program director Bob Workmon, whose email address is bworkmon@whqr.org. If we think the material would be of value to our listeners, you’ll be asked to come to the station for a conversation and to record a sample. The final step is the finished recording, which would be done in the studios under the supervision of a staff member. It appears that this information has not been on our website recently, but we see that it gets there soon. Thanks for the inquiry.

We’d love to hear from you on Friday Feedback. You can send an email message to feedback-at-whqr-dot-org, or you can leave a call at 910-292-9477. And as always, thanks for your Feedback.