Photos courtesy of C. Michael Stewart
While he was in town with Gov’t Mule, Warren Haynes stopped by for a solo Live Lunch performance in front of a packed house.
Even though Scott Miller is a farmer turned singer turned cattle farmer once again, but he’s still singing. His new album is called Big Big World. We talk about juggling the two careers and the new album.
J. Roddy Walston and the Business are a small band with a huge rock sound. Their new album, Essential Tremors, has an interesting story behind the name. Plus, they performed a couple of songs for us too in this in-studio.
Our star for The Paws Report today at 3:30pm is Dakota, a gorgeous, goofy five-year-old, 35-pound Shepherd mix. He is a loving dog who has become a favorite of our volunteers because of his playful and affectionate nature. Dakota was surrendered to the Kentucky Humane Society in June by his owners because they lost their home. Dakota was then adopted and returned to us in late July, because the adopter didn’t have adequate housing for a dog with so much energy. Since then, he’s been looking for the perfect home. Dakota would do best with an active owner or with older children whom he can play with and a yard he can run around in. He has never lived with other dogs, so you should bring your canine friends in to meet him before making a decision. Dakota appears to be potty trained and he loves going for walks. Dakota has been neutered, micro-chipped, and he’s up-to-date on his vaccinations. Stop by to meet Dakota at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive, and he’ll be sure to steal your heart. View all adoptable pets at www.kyhumane.org or call 366-3355.
Also, Apocalypse Brew Works is hosting another dog-friendly Yappy Hour this Friday night, 5-11 p.m.. They’ll be serving LAGERS club beers from the garage, and Johnny’s Diner and Jam Pan will be there to sell food. This is the FAT Friday Trolley Hop, so the whole area will be jumping! All proceeds from LAGERS beer sales will go to the Kentucky Humane Society to support its lifesaving mission. Dogs are welcome! This is a ticketless event.
Songwriter, author and actor Steve Earle came by the WFPK studio on Tuesday before his show at Headliners. We talked about his new album, The Low Highway, and a whole bunch of other things.