Chris Robinson Brotherhood Members Show


Chris Robinson Brotherhood did a Members Only Show for us in our performance studio and rocked the house. You can listen here:

Sammy: The Paws Report, Nov. 11


Today on The Paws Report at 3:30:

Eight-year-old Sammy is a lovely gray Tabby looking for her forever home. Sadly, her former owner passed away. Her owner’s daughter said Sammy prefers the company of humans over that of other cats and thought she would be happier in an only cat home. However, the daughter said that Sammy appears to like dogs. In addition, Sammy definitely seems to love people. She is friendly and loves to be petted. Sammy needs to get to know you before her true, affectionate personality comes out. Would you give her a chance? She’ll steal your heart. Sammy is spayed, micro-chipped and up-to-date on her vaccinations. She is also declawed. Come meet her at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive in Louisville. View all adoptable pets online at or call 502-366-3355 for more information.

Also, KHS just took in 39 rescued dogs from Animal Rescue Corps on Thursday. Eleven of the dogs were saved from a puppy mill. The others came from a variety of neglect cases, including hoarding and an overwhelmed rescue group that turned in to a hoarding situation. 13 of the dogs have already been adopted; a few will need medical or behavioral help before they are ready for adoption. Others will be ready for adoption later this week.

Randall Bramblett’s Fall Playlist


Randall Bramblett is coming to town on Friday, just as fall feels like it’s kicking into high gear. In honor of the changing weather and Bramblett’s Live Lunch set, here is his fall 2015 playlist.

Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands – Bob Dylan

Fill up the whole side of an LP why don’t you? One full on beautiful elegiac surreal masterpiece that changed the way I thought of songwriting forever.

Oh, Mary Don’t You Weep – Aretha Franklin

From her Amazing Grace live album. This one just gets to me. The powerful voice of the Queen and the choir behind her with Bernard Purdie and Chuck Rainey. As the Reverend C.F. says, “Aretha has never left the church.”

Get Off In It – Eddie Hinton

Blue eyed soul from one of the Muscle Shoals greats. What is he saying at the beginning? No one knows. “A wise man once told me” is how the verse starts out. It’s a swirling mystery of a song about getting off in it (the mystical world. love, getting high?) He left us too soon for me to ask him.

Concierto de Aranjuez – Miles Davis

This one is from Sketches of Spain. I always thought this is one for the desert island. Gil Evans’ harmonies and Miles’ sparse melodies still affect my song writing today. Genuis!

My Lagan Love – Van Morrison & The Chieftans

Irish blues delivered with such power and freedom by the master and his soulmates from the Old Country. Sounds like he finally came home on this one. Love the way it ends. Classic Van ad-libing into the mystic.

Calexico in the 91.9 Studio


Arizona based Mexo-Americana band, Calexico, graced our studio with their beautiful music and some conversation about the new record Edge of The Sun.

Interview: Father John Misty


Josh Tillman stopped by to talk with Kyle Meredith before his Louisville Palace performance in what ended up being an extensive interview (and guest DJ session) covering philosophy, irony, The Memo, and “the Taylor Swift thing.”

And here’s their previous interview that the two were talking about:

Lera Lynn in the 91.9 Studio


Known for her role on HBO’s True Detective Season 2 as the singer in the The Black Rose bar where Ray and Frank often meet, Lera Lynn stopped by our studio to chat about that and an upcoming album she’s working on right now. She also performed two songs for us with her haunting voice and great band.