Shakey Graves in the 91.9 Studio

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Alejandro Rose-Garcia is better known as Shakey Graves who performed at our April Waterfront Wednesday show and rocked the house with his rootsy footstompin’ songs. He did a much quieter and acoustic set for us in our studio plus a little conversation.

Interview: Benjamin Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie

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Laura spoke with Death Cab for Cutie frontman Benjamin Gibbard about the band’s new album, Kintsugi, for our special fundraising edition of Live Lunch.

In the Studio: The Hunts

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The Hunts are a band made up of seven siblings from Chesapeake, Va. The entire clan dropped by the WFPK studios to talk with Kyle Meredith about their life in a family band and their upcoming LP.

Thomas: The Paws Report, April 1

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Today on The Paws Report:

Three-year-old Thomas is a beautiful black domestic short-hair mix. He’s the first to greet you in the cat colony and the last to leave. If you could just give him a scratch on his back by his tale, that would be great. Thomas is a lap kitty, and will want to hang out with you on the couch or while you work on the computer. When Thomas has had enough loving, he will be happy to play, but play isn’t his top priority. His top priority is investigating what you are doing that could be so interesting that you stopped paying attention to him. Thomas is sweet and loving and waiting for the perfect forever home. He’s neutered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on his vaccinations. Come meet him today at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive. For more on Thomas or any of our adoptable pets, please call 502-366-3355 or visit kyhumane.org.

In the Studio: Bobby Long

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Bobby Long dropped by to talk with Kyle Meredith about his upcoming album, Ode To Thinking, and play a pair of songs from it!

Greg Holden In the 91.9 Studio

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From Scotland via England and now in the States, singer/songwriter Greg Holden graced our studio with two songs from his upcoming album called Chase The Sun on Warner Bros. Records. One of those songs is called “Boys In The Street” about growing up with a homophobic step-father. It’s a very powerful song and displays the expert craftsmanship of this up and coming songwriter.