In the Studio: The Apache Relay


Nashville’s The Apache Relay have just released their new self-titled album. We were lucky to have them the day it was released in our studio and also for our first Waterfront Wednesday of the season.

In the Studio: Jyn Yates


Female drummer extraordinaire Jyn Yates stopped by the WFPK studio to talk about a new book coming out April 16 that she’s featured in titled Women Drummers: A History from Rock and Jazz to Blues and Country by Angela Smith.

Sturgill Simpson on WFPK


Sturgill Simpson is not your typical honky-tonk-get-drunk-break-your-heart country songwriter. In fact he blends psychedelia and quantum physics into his songs along with twangy guitars and his deep baritone voice reminiscent of Waylon and Johnny. His newest album is called Metamodern Sounds of Country Music.

In the Studio: The Watson Twins


The Watson Twins, Chandra and Leigh, stopped by the studio before heading over to the Clifton Center for Winter Wednesday this week. They discussed their recent relocation from LA to Nashville as well as the recording process involved in their latest album, Pioneer Lane.

In the Studio: The Hold Steady


While Brooklyn rockers The Hold Steady were in town for a show, they stopped by the studio to play a couple of songs and talk about their upcoming album, Teeth Dreams.

In the Studio: Johnnyswim


Amanda Sudano and Abner Ramirez are the singing duo Johnnyswim. Their star is on the rise with their forthcoming full length album coming out soon that features their great harmonies and obvious chemistry with one another. Recently in town as part of the Communion showcase, they stopped by the studio and sang a couple of songs for us and talked about their lives as a couple and as musicians.