Kyle Meredith with… Dave Moisan


Louisville artist, and longtime WFPK favorite, Dave Moisan is having a banner year. After racking up millions of spins on his debut record, Ungravity, he’s back with a new EP, Heavyweight, and a spot on NBC’s The Voice. In fact, his blind audition garnered the first four chair turnaround of the season with all of the hosts fighting over him for quite a while. He ultimately picked Alicia Keys as his coach setting up the rest of the season.

Dave will be joining Kyle Meredith every week to talk about the most recent episode and what’s to come, as well as spinning some tunes. You can keep up with the interviews here, as we’ll be posting the new ones as they come in.

Good luck, Dave!

Beware The Images – “Winter Dreamer”


Louisville’s own Beware The Images stopped by to world premier their new single with Kyle Meredith. Listen to the interview below, which gives the details on their next LP, and check out the full single here.

Bonnie Bishop – Live at WFPK


Bonnie Bishop dropped by ahead of her WFPK Waterfront Wednesday performance to talk with Kyle Meredith about her latest record, Ain’t Who I Was, and play a couple tunes live!

The Whigs – “Like A Vibration (Live)”


The Whigs dropped by last week before their show at Zanzabar to talk about their upcoming live album, Live In Little Five. While here, they also debuted the lead off cut from it. You can hear the full interview as well as “Like A Vibration” below.

Oliver John Rodgers in the 91.9 Studio


Oliver John Rodgers recorded and produced his Nashville Demos with GarageBand with the intention of shopping it around to labels. But as it turns out, it sounds pretty great and people have been listening to it without a label attached. He came by our studios while on tour with Anders Osborne but will also be one of our headliners for September’s Waterfront Wednesday on September 28th!

Muscle Shoals Horns Founder on 91.9


Ronnie Eades played Baritone Saxophone for the legendary Muscle Shoals Horns from 1967 to 1981. In that span of time, he appeared on over 400 recordings! He recorded with all of the greats who made albums at Fame Studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama from Lynyrd Skynyrd to James Brown to Aretha Franklin and Etta James. He toured with Elton John and was there when John Lennon showed up at Madison Square Garden! He was a personal friend to Duane Allman of The Allman Brothers. He has many stories to tell, and fortunately for us, he’s a great story teller! Our Saturday Night Blues Party host, Kevin Yazell, struck up a friendship with Ronnie and was my co-host for the hour we got to spend with him.