In the Studio

If it comes down to one man to save rock and roll, my money’s on Chuck Prophet. His most recent run of albums harkens back to the purest form of the genre, with feet in both 60s garage and 70s riff-rock. His most recent LP, Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins, also looks at the legends we’ve lost, and on a wider scale, our troubling surroundings. It’s a statement from an artist who’s finding a new stride to hit 30 some odd years into his career.

Kyle is the WFPK Music Director.