Tennessee Whiskey Experience : Support WDVX Promo Code

Support for WDVX comes from the Tennessee Whiskey Experience,
Produced by Sugarlands Distilling Company

Through August 18th, WDVX will receive $10 from every ticket sold using the promo code “WDVX” at checkout.

Click here and use the code “WDVX” at checkout.

 

  

The evening is so much more than whiskey!

See the full menu here.

 

 

Support for WDVX comes from Sugarlands Distilling Company producing the 2018 Tennessee Whiskey Experience, Saturday, October 6 at the Park Vista in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Find all of the distillers from across Tennessee high in the hills of the Great Smoky Mountains. Tickets include sampling whiskeys, an Appalachian-inspired dinner, handcrafted cocktails and live music all under the night sky.

 

To secure your tickets now go to tnwhiskeyexperience.com and use the code WDVX at checkout. 

 

Follow these step by step instructions to ensure that WDVX benefits from your ticket purchase.

1. Click the here to purchase tickets. 

 

 

2. Click the bright green “Tickets” button. 

 

 

 

3. In the top right corner of the page, click the “Enter Promotional Code” link. 

 

4. Type in WDVX when prompted, and click “Apply Code” 

 

 

 

5. This should take you back to the ticketing page where you can select the WDVX rate. $10 from your ticket purchase will go to benefit WDVX. 

 

 

REAL LIVE MUSIC AT WDVX : August 2018

We have plenty of Real Live Music headed your way this month, and just in case you miss it on the airwaves, we made this Spotify playlist to keep you in the know. All of these artists are playing a WDVX event in August, whether it’s the Blue Plate Special, Tennessee Shines, Six O’Clock Swerve, First Friday Live, or other special event.

Check out our event calendar here for more information on upcoming shows.

Follow WDVX on Spotify here.

Happy listenin’!

We Love you Doug Lauderdale

RUMBLE ON, DOUG

 

Douglas Lauderdale is an irreplaceable part of the WDVX family.

Whether you knew him in person or through the airwaves, you wouldn’t hesitate to call him a friend. He was a fantastic deejay and a passionate music lover, with an unbelievable personality and the ability to make anyone laugh. Doug never missed a beat, was extremely quick witted, and you better believe that when he was on the air he liked to play the music LOUD.

We will miss him dearly, but his legacy will “Rumble On” at WDVX with every song we play and every record we spin, and for Doug we will be sure to play it loud. Alongside his family, we hope that Doug’s friends and fans will join us for a Celebration of Life honoring Doug on Thursday, September 20th at 7pm at Barley’s Knoxville, featuring music from one of Doug’s favorite bands, The Royal Hounds.

THANKS to the News Sentinel for this article about Doug.

IN LIEU OF FLOWERS here.

 

 

WDVX Smoky Mountain Jamboree Live Radio Show at Clayton Center for the Arts 8/31/18

WDVX and Clayton Center for the Arts Announce New Series of Live Radio Shows, “SMOKY MOUNTAIN JAMBOREE”

East Tennessee’s Own WDVX and the Clayton Center for the Arts present The Smoky Mountain Jamboree, a live variety radio show debuting Friday night August 31 at 7:00PM at the Clayton Center for the Arts in Maryville, Tennessee. The live radio show will be 90 minutes in length with a second set for the Clayton Center theatre audience to follow.  Tickets will be $25, $20 for Seniors and Groups of 10 or more, and $10 for students. Tickets may be purchased by calling the Box Office at 865-981-8590 or at claytonartscenter.com.

The Smoky Mountain Jamboree will be hosted by Scott Hinds and produced by WDVX’s Tony Lawson. Conceived by Lawson to be a monthly show, Clayton Center for the Arts General Manager, Blake Smith, has been in talks with Lawson about the concept since last fall. “When Tony approached us with the Live Radio Variety Show idea last fall, I was very interested. We have partnered with WDVX in the past with great success. After several meetings where Tony laid out his intent for the show at the Clayton Center to focus on Blount County, I knew it would enhance our community and partnering with WDVX would help bring it all together. think it will be a boon for us to highlight all Blount County has to offer and to expose more people to the Clayton Center and the talent and businesses that call Blount County home.”

The first show of this planned series features the multi-talented Darrell Scott …. Author and Actor Eugene Wolf with new tales and music from his one man play “The Book of Mamaw”…. Blount County’s Own songbird Robinella as well as surprises from Pistol Creek Catch of the Day.  Lawson, General Manager of WDVX, said “WDVX is very excited to produce a program that improves and highlights our quality of place through live music and culture. Collaborating with the Clayton Center for the Arts is a natural for WDVX to give Blount County and the region a platform for localism and community pride.” Each show is planned for the last Friday of the month. Some months, shows may be taken on the road to a different location and the plan is to produce shows 10 months out of the year.

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WDVX is an independent, listener-supported community public radio station and roots music is what we’re all about. Our broadcast license is held by 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization the Cumberland Communities Communications Corporation. WDVX broadcasts at 200 watts on 89.9 MHz and is licensed to the City of Clinton, TN. We serve counties in the Cumberland Mountains and the Great Valley of East Tennessee. Our main transmitter is atop Cross Mountain in Campbell County, TN. We also broadcast in Knoxville at 102.9 from translator W275AD and in the Seymour area at 93.9 on translator W230BR. The station has studios in Knoxville, TN & Norris, TN.

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The Clayton Center for the Arts, located on the Maryville College campus and constructed through a unique partnership between the College and the cities of Maryville and Alcoa, is East Tennessee’s venue for arts and entertainment. As a gathering place for the community and the home of Maryville College fine and performing arts programs, the Clayton Center provides opportunities for the lifelong expression and appreciation of the arts. 

The 1,200-seat Ronald and Lynda Nutt Theatre features dance, theatre, concerts, lectures and other events. The 250-seat Harold and Jean Lambert Recital Hall hosts a wide variety of musicians and performers. The 200-seat Haslam Family Flexible Theatre is capable of supporting theatrical performances from amateur and professional companies. Four art galleries display collections and works of art from Appalachia and beyond.

Camper Day is coming August 1, 2018!

Join us for our One Day Fund Drive to benefit WDVX and The Camper!

 

WDVX hit the ground running on November 5, 1997, in the infamous “Camper”. For five years, WDVX broadcast and webcast day and night from the 16-foot structure that included three studios. Studio A, Studio B, and “Way Down The Hall in Studio C” are historical references around here. “The Camper” is special and there is nothing more WDVX-centric. Many listeners and fans have asked about “The Camper” recently and have expressed a desire to see it at more events.

We want to make this happen, but we need your help!

Whether you decide to make a one-time donation or become a sustaining member for as little as $5/month, we appreciate your support and look forward to bringing you real live music for the next twenty years!

Click here if you’d like to make a monthly donation!

 

 

 

 

 

REAL LIVE MUSIC AT WDVX : JULY 2018 : PLAYLIST

We have plenty of Real Live Music headed your way this month, and just in case you miss it on the airwaves, we made this Spotify playlist to keep you in the know. All of these artists are playing a WDVX event in July, whether it’s the Blue Plate Special, Tennessee Shines, Six O’Clock Swerve, First Friday Live, or other special event.

Check out our event calendar here for more information on upcoming shows.

Follow WDVX on Spotify here.

Happy listenin’!