• Tools for School:  Melanie Thiel interviews Sarah Brelvi, Chief Professional Officer of United Way of NNJ about the Tools for School program.  Collecting and distributing school supplies for children in Warren County that come from families that otherwise would not be able to purchase.  Drop off points are at various locations around the county.  Information at
  • Canal Day Music & Craft Festival:  Melanie Thiel interviews John Manna about the Canal Day festival on Saturday August 22, 2015 in Wharton, NJ.  The events features music, craft and food v

Tune in to WNTI 91.9FM on Monday 8/3 at 8PM to hear Kelley play some of her songs and talk about her music.

Kelley Swindall was born and raised in Stone Mountain, Georgia, where she grew up listening to the music of Kris Kristofferson, Patsy Cline, and David Allen Coe on the way to church every Sunday morning, because that's what her daddy listened to. The rest of the week she listened to the Atlanta oldies station, fox97, because that's what her ride listened to. When she was old enough to drive herself, she added  Ryan Adams, Tom Petty, Dylan, The Band, and Skynyrd to the mix. 

Among the delights of Lianne La Havas' 2012 debut Is Your Love Big Enough? was its sense of scale. Here was a songwriter of considerable lyric skill and pop ambition who didn't always follow the prevailing verse/chorus/hook code — particularly the expectation that fireworks need to arrive within the first 90 seconds, and repeat on cue 60-90 seconds later.

come on baby .. do the WNTI Band Twist !

Jason Isbell's relationship with the South — like that of his former band, Drive-By Truckers — is complicated. An Alabama native, Isbell has continued to embrace his Southern identity since leaving the group in 2007 and embarking on a solo career. But what exactly does that Southern identity entail?