TUESDAY FEATURED ARTIST: Robyn Hitchcock (turns 62 today!)
8:50am – The Buzz – music news of the day.
9am-Noon: John Timmons
11:40am – The Buzz – music news of the day.
Noon-3pm: Kyle Meredith
3-6pm: Laura Shine
3:oo – Kyle James Hauser stops by before his Mayor’s Gallery concert this Thursday!
4pm – Todd Brashear from Wild & Woolly Video reviews what’s new on DVD.
4:40pm – The Buzz – music news of the day.
5 0’Clock Shadow – an original followed by a cover tune.
6-8pm: World Café With David Dye
Sinkane is an alias of the multi-instrumentalist Ahmed Gallab and his latest album is Mean Love.
Live musical performances from Boulder, Colorado with hosts Nick and Helen Forrester and the E-chievement Award for environmental activism. Tonight listen for Big Head Todd & The Monsters and Jesca Hoop.
9pm-1am: WFPK After Dark With Sean Cannon
9pm – The Weekly Feed Preview – an internet buzz song is featured.
11pm – Check the Label – We spotlight an independent record label and feature two bands who call it home
1-2am: Night Visions With the OK Deejays and Sam Sneed
An eclectic mix of independent and under-represented dance, electronica, rock and pop music from around the world.
2am-5am: WFPK Overnight
Hear your favorite mix of FPK tunes all night long.
From Athens, GA., now living in Nashville, we had The Whigs in the studio before their excellent performance at our June Waterfront Wednesday show. We talked about the new album, Modern Creation, and they did some acoustic versions of new songs. Pictured above is a scene from their latest video produced by Wax Fang’s Scott Carney for the song “Hit Me”.
Before Jonathan Glen Wood’s involvement with Old Baby and Jaye Jayle, he wrote and sang exquisite country songs. He still does.
Recently, Jonathan stopped by Michael Young’s Roots n’ Boots program to talk about his new country album, The Ballad of Jon, and his journey from a rewarding career in West Virginia to his status as a genre-bending bright spot on the Louisville music scene.Jonathan Glen Wood in the WFPK Studio by WFPK
Australian wordsmith Courtney Barnett stopped by the studio before opening for Phosphorescent at Headliners on Tuesday to play a couple of acoustic tunes and discuss her newfound and unexpected (on her part) popularity in the US.