The Dandy Warhols dropped by the WFPK performance studio for a members only set ahead of their first ever Louisville show. Having just celebrated the 13th anniversary of their landmark Thirteen tales From Urban Bohemia LP, they pulled out moments from their entire catalog on what is now their own 20th anniversary of being a band.
Belmont University grads known as Moon Taxi played to one of the biggest crowds we’ve ever had at our Waterfront Wednesday in April. They performed several songs from their new album Mountains Beaches Cities. They rocked!
House Ghost brought their infectious pop sound to the WFPK studio before their first Waterfront Wednesday performance.
Canadian alt country songwriter Doug Paisley played in Louisville recently and stopped by the FPK studio for a chat and a couple of tunes live.
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.
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.