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The WTTS Holiday Shop: Support Local Business This Season

The WTTS Holiday Shop: Support Local Business This Season

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This season, support the local businesses that support WTTS! Learn more about some very special Indiana businesses  (and listen to the audio player below select retailers below to learn more). And get in the spirit by stopping by the VIP Room to register to win gift certificates from the following:


Athenæum Foundation

401 E. Michigan Street Indianapolis, In 46204

Barrington Jewels

3916 E. 82nd St., Indianapolis, IN

Best Rentals

1625 Southeastern Avenue Indianapolis, Indiana 46201

Boogie Woogie Holidays

401 E. Michigan Street Indianapolis, IN 46204

The Bungalow

924 E. Westfield Blvd. Indianapolis, IN 46220

DG Bicycles

1407 E. 86th street Indianapolis, IN 46240

Fine Estate Art & Rugs

5914 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46220

Good Earth

6350 Guilford Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46220

Indianapolis Art Center

820 East 67thStreet Indianapolis, IN 46220

IndyWest Harley-Davidson

6201 Cambridge Way (Plainfield)

Just Pop In

6302 Guilford Ave. Indianapolis In 46220

Mason Jewelers

1660 E. Main St. (Plainfield) and 18 W. Washington (Greencastle)


Located in the Greenwood Park Mall

The Rathskeller

401 E. Michigan Street Indianapolis, IN 46204

Stoops Buick GMC

1251 Quaker Blvd., Plainfield, IN

Sullivan Hardware & Garden

6955 N. Keystone Ave., Indianapolis, IN

Tom Wood Aviation

9913 Willowview Rd. Fishers, IN

Wasatch Lake

7301 Wasatch Lake Road, Poland, Indiana 47868 USA

Indy Bike Hub YMCA

222 East Market Street, Suite E-100, Indianapolis, IN 46204

‘Za Pizzeria
801 Broad Ripple Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46220

New Norah Jones Material – sort of – in January

New Norah Jones Material – sort of – in January

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Well, it ain’t Rumours, Mark II - and thank goodness.

Norah Jones had broken up with longtime boyfriend (and band member) Lee Alexander way back in 2007, but it apparently doesn’t mean the end of their creative partnership.  In one of those interesting Catch-22s that seem to come up once in a while, the music that brought them back together is country music, the music of heartbreak.  Jones and Alexander, along with singer/songwriter Richard Julian, Jim Campilongo and Dan Rieser, return with the second album credited to the Little Willies, For the Good Times, in January 2012.  More here


WTTS New Music Monday – November 28, 2011

WTTS New Music Monday – November 28, 2011

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After an extensive cover art search, we whittled down the year’s best Sun King Studio 92 and concert recordings to 14. The WTTS Collector’s Edition Vol. 17 CD has been completed, and is now available for purchase. Listen to WTTS New Music Monday this week at 7pm for an exclusive, uninterrupted play-through of the entire album. Remember, proceeds benefit Rock to Read and Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard.

Also, listen throughout the day for new tracks from The Black Keys, Florence and the Machine, Ryan Adams, and The Cranberries.

It’s all this week on WTTS New Music Monday.

WTTS OverEasy, November 27, 2011

WTTS OverEasy, November 27, 2011

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Call it the “Thanksgiving Leftovers” Edition of OverEasy, as we spin songs from the second part of last week’s feature album – and the surprises are not over, not by a long shot.

To recap:  one of Neil Young’s charity ventures has been raising funds and awareness for the Bridge School, a school cofounded by Young and wife Pegi.  Almost every year since 1986 (barring 1987), Young has pulled together high-profile musical talent to support the Bridge School, and now a generous selection of performances from over the years has been compiled for the release of The Bridge School Concerts:  25th Anniversary Edition

This week, we’ll feature songs from the second half of the collection, including OverEasy favorites like Norah Jones covering a song from Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke covering a Neil Young song, and a jaw-dropping Tony Bennett performance that shows that Tony, much like Neil, is in no danger of fading away.

It’s a selection from a quarter century of concerts supporting the Bridge School, on OverEasy, with Todd Berryman, 7 to 11am AND pm, on 92.3 WTTS.

More about the album and DVD here.


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