Author Archives: WFPK

Live Lunch August 1: Coralee and the Townies

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Want to know who is coming up in the next few weeks? Did you miss an episode? Have no fear! Take a look at our Live Lunch archives and upcoming schedule.

Before playing the Bicentennial Park Summer Series show this Friday in New Albany, Lexington “honky tonk soul” ensemble Coralee and the Townies will be at Live Lunch.

More information: Official Site | Facebook | Bandcamp

Tuesday Featured Artist: John Butler Trio

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Listen for a song from our Tuesday Featured Artist every hour from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Australian roots rockers The John Butler Trio are playing the Iroquois Amphitheater this Thursday.

More information: Official Site | Wikipedia | Allmusic | Facebook | Twitter

Strand of Oaks – World Cafe EP

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Timothy Showalter’s fourth album as Strand of Oaks, Heal, has all the hallmarks of a breakout release. Based on the lyrical depth, musical exploration, and ripping guitar solo from J Mascis on Goshen ’97, it deserves every bit of praise being heaped on it.

Strand of Oaks recently did a beautiful World Cafe set, which has been made available for free. In addition to the songs performed for David Dye, it includes the album version of Shut In, which we’ve been playing for a few weeks on WFPK.

Forecastle 2014 WFPK Port Stage Archive

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Forecastle 2014 is in the books, and the WFPK Port Stage was a huge success! There were so many great sets throughout the weekend that we didn’t want you to miss any of them. So we’ve compiled all of our broadcasts in one spot for your perusal right here.

Members Only: Trampled By Turtles

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Trampled By Turtles came to town for Forecastle last weekend, but before they stopped by for a members-only show for the Four Roses Bourbon Brunch before they hit the festival on Sunday.

In the Studio: Boy & Bear

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Australian folk rockers Boy & Bear came by the studio before their appearance at Forecastle over the weekend for a chat with Laura and a couple of songs.