On this West Virginia Week, we learned about plants that can thrive in former mine lands, we kayaked along the Gauley River, we learned about an art exhibit inspired by recent cuts at West Virginia University, and we saw dogs fly from Charleston to Michigan to reach their forever homes.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
They’re earnest, they’re indie, they’re Ona, the five-piece rock outfit that found its start in a sliver of unincorporated Appalachia called Ona, West Virginia. If you’re a fan of deliciously mellow alt-rock bands that live by the motto “WWNYD” (that’s “What Would Neil Young Do”), this interview and music are recommended for you.
Ona just released “The Other Side of June” as a cassingle (cassette+single) through Twin Cousins Records, and you can expect their debut LP sometime this spring. Catch up with the band on social media and follow A Change of Tune for more West Virginia music news and interviews. Hear new music from Ona on A Change of Tune this Saturday at 10pm EST on West Virginia Public Radio.