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WTTS New Music Monday – September 24, 2012

WTTS New Music Monday – September 24, 2012

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We’ll get ready for the October 3rd Rock to Read show with the new one from Ben Folds Five, this week on WTTS New Music Monday. Though Folds has continued to record on his own, The Sound of the Life of the Mind is the first from the group in 13 years.

We’ll also look at more from Dave Matthews Band and Chris Robinson Brotherhood, plus emerging artists Ben Howard, Delta Rae, and Family of the Year. It’s all at 7pm, during an hour of all-new World Class Rock on WTTS New Music Monday.

WTTS OverEasy, September 23, 2012

WTTS OverEasy, September 23, 2012

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The artists you know and the ones you’re just hearing about. Standbys and emerging artists. All this week on WTTS Overeasy.

Brad Holtz will play laid-back World Class Rock from veterans Cassandra Wilson, Mark Knopfler, and Diana Krall, alongside newer artists Sarah Jaffe and Trampled by Turtles.

During the morning edition, he’ll even give away tickets to see Melissa Etheridge November 9th at the Palladium in Carmel. Listen this Sunday, 7-11 AM and PM, on WTTS Overeasy.

World Class Rock Report – 9/19/12

World Class Rock Report – 9/19/12

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  • Ben Folds Five rock out with the Fraggles (Rolling Stone)
  • Like Northern Exposure and tattoos? Help out Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon (Pitchfork)
  • The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney weds in Nashville (Spinner)
  • New Lemonheads LP to be produced by Ryan Adams (Stereogum)
  • Amy Winehouse’s ashes finally laid to rest (Spinner)
  • Badger-lover Brian May fights for his favorite animal (NME)


Muse – Madness

WTTS Indy Underground – September 17, 2012

WTTS Indy Underground – September 17, 2012

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A new take on a Nick Lowe classic, this week on WTTS Indy Underground. Low Country: The Songs of Nick Lowe brings together several artists September 18th to celebrate Lowe’s four and a half decades in the music industry. We’ll feature “Marie Provost”, done by JEFF the Brotherhood.

Also this week, more Silversun Pickups and Freelance Whales, and tickets to see Andrew Bird September 30th at Old National Centre. All this and more, tonight at 8 on WTTS Indy Underground.

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