Charlie Mars has a new album called The Money and will be here for our first WFPK Winter Wednesday concert at The Clifton Center of the season on Nov. 12. He thinks it’s his first show in Louisville – but not so fast, buddy. Laura remembers you in concert on June 2, 2010, at Zanzabar and has a review to prove it!
During David Gray’s recent stop in Louisville, he paid a visit to the WFPK performance studio for an intimate members-only set.
Our star for today’s Paws Report at 3:30pm:
Three-year-old Milo is a beautiful domestic shorthair mix. His healthy coat is black with the exception of a blaze of white on his chest. Milo’s owner’s poor health led to his surrender. According to his owner, he is playful, loving and sweet. The staff can see that he’s never met a stranger and loves to be around people. Milo will greet you at the door and follow you until you sit down. Then he will rub against your legs until you invite him onto your lap. The lap is where Milo is at his happiest. He loves attention. Pet him from the tip of the nose to his tail, and he is in heaven. Milo lived with other cats and appears to get along well with his current family of cats. Milo is neutered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on his vaccinations. Come meet him at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive. For more on Milo or any of our adoptable pets, please call 502-366-3355 or visit kyhumane.org.
Paul Thorn did a members-only show for us when he was in town, but you can listen, too!
Danny and Aimee of Scars on 45 came by the studio in support of their new release called Safety In Numbers. They performed the perfect pop songs they are known for.
Since his appearance at Forecastle earlier this year, Benjamin Booker’s young career has really taken off. He’s been featured on a number of national radio shows, toured with Jack White and hit several other music festivals. Before he played to a sold out crowd at Zanzabar over the weekend, he dropped by the studio with his band to record a few songs and talk with John Timmons.
- Posted by WFPKSeptember 29