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John Mayer’s “Shadow Days” Video

John Mayer’s “Shadow Days” Video

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John Mayer recently canceled his U.S. tour and will take an indefinite hiatus from live performing due to the return of the granuloma in his throat. His new album Born and Raised will be released as planned on May 22, 2012. Mayer has released a new video for “Shadow Days” as the release approaches. In addition to the different sound on the album, Mayer also seems to be taking a different approach to his look and attitude. Watch the clip below:

WTTS Indy Underground – April 30, 2012

WTTS Indy Underground – April 30, 2012

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This week on WTTS Indy Underground, we continue to look at the best from the independent music scene. You may have heard rumblings about a new album from Beach House. You may also have heard the first single from Bloom, “Lazuli”, which they recently leaked. You may still have enjoyed “Lazuli” so much that you went out and grabbed their Record Store Day 7″. We’ll flip that single over and play the B-side this week, something you wont hear on the upcoming full-length.

Also this week, we’ll revisit Of Monsters and Men and the latest solo effort from Andrew Bird. All this and more, tonight at 8 on WTTS Indy Underground.

WTTS New Music Monday – April 30, 2012

WTTS New Music Monday – April 30, 2012

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We’ve spent a good amount of time skimming the good stuff off the top of recent releases from Train, The Shins, and Counting Crows, but this week on WTTS New Music Monday, we’ll show you where to find gold beneath the surface. We gave each of them a thorough once-over, digging through the deeper stuff to help direct your listening experience.

As usual, New Music Monday is also your home for the latest emerging artists. Stop by and get to know Animal Kingdom, Ed Sheeran, and Michael Kiwanuka.

Every week at 7pm, it’s an hour of all-new world class rock on WTTS New Music Monday.

WTTS OverEasy, April 29, 2012

WTTS OverEasy, April 29, 2012

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This week on WTTS Overeasy, we peruse a something-for-everybody release from Willie Nelson. Similar to the American series Johnny Cash recorded later in life, Heroes is a collection of originals, classic country staples, collaborations with everyone from Kris Kristofferson to Sheryl Crow, Merle Haggard to Snoop Dogg(!), and a few surprises thrown in for good measure.

Sun King Studio 92 performances on tap from Doobie Brothers and Mat Kearney. We’ll also look at new ones from Counting Crows and Bonnie Raitt, and give away tickets to Monday’s Old National Centre show with Feist. This Sunday, 7-11 AM and PM, it’s WTTS Overeasy.


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