Fresh off an appearance at the 2013 Americana Honors and Awards Show and an Emerging Artist nomination, the Milk Carton Kids stopped by Roots n’ Boots to play a few songs and talk about influences yet again while debunking a few conspiracy theories in the process.
Before Little Comets hit The New Vintage over the weekend, the British indie poppers stopped by the performance studio for a members-only show.
Nashville duo Escondido features songwriters Jessica Maros and Tyler James, who have found perfect harmony in their special brand of “desert rock”. Their first album together, The Ghost of Escondido, features upbeat pop songs mixed with a Southwestern sensibility. Playing their first gig in Louisville, they stopped by our studio and performed two songs for us.
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.
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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.
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.
Willie and Erin Breeding are a brother and sister duo originally from Richmond, Ky. We love their new album called Fayette and while here visiting they played a couple of tunes with These United States member and dobro player, Tom Natow.