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The Bonnaroo Experience

The Bonnaroo Experience

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Photo by Tom Tomkinson for Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival

Going to a concert in the summer is one thing, but going to Bonnaroo is one experience you’ll never forget. 92-3 WTTS and The Alexander are teaming up to give one lucky listener the Bonnaroo Experience. You’ll be set with four-day festival passes, prime camping and premium seating at the nation’s number one music festival!

Thank you to everyone who registered.

This year’s line up includes:

Pearl JamDead & Company • LCD SoundsystemTame Impala • Death Cab for CutieM83 Haim HalseyWeen Jason IsbellCHVRCHESChris StapletonSuperJamBig Grams  • Band of HorsesLeon BridgesGrace PotterFather John MistyPurity RingThe Claypool Lennon DeliriumTwo Door Cinema ClubNathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats • Kurt Vile & The ViolatorsLord HuronThe Bluegrass Situation SuperJam Featuring Ed Helms and FriendsX AmbassadorsSt. Lucia and so many more.

Nestled in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, The Plat99_Logo_1CAlexander features outstanding business amenities, 157 stunning guest rooms, 52 extended stay suites, and an emphasis on art and design.
Their mixology lounge, Plat 99 was designed by the internationally acclaimed artist Jorge Pardo and his Los Angeles-based studio. Plat 99 is both a lounge and a work of art. Mixologists blend fresh local ingredients into irresistible concoctions, while you can snack on artisanal charcuterie and regional cheeses. You and your friends can recline on contemporary couches or gather around high-top tables while you sip your inventive cocktails, international wines or regional beers.

For complete rules to the Financial Center Bonnaroo Experience CLICK HERE.

The Bonnaroo Experience, from The Alexander and 92-3 WTTS!


Remembering Prince

Remembering Prince

9 Comments 23 April 2016

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Nothing evokes passion and emotion like music, especially music that has been a part of the soundtrack of our lives. These songs that we love from our favorite artists are like snapshots in our family photo album. Each one provides clues to our history, our tragedies, our triumphs and our loves. Music bonds us as a community. And when one of the contributors to our life’s soundtrack dies, we lose a piece of ourselves, a friend who has been “through it all” with us. The heartbreak is shared and the feeling of our own mortality is real. Lately, as we have experienced the loss of many in our musical family, I feel strengthened by our shared grief and expression of gratitude. Let’s find comfort together in the music they created for us and remember those times in our lives punctuated in song.

Yours in music,

Laura Duncan

WTTS Album Side Saturday Wrap Up 2016

WTTS Album Side Saturday Wrap Up 2016

2 Comments 16 April 2016

Record Store Day 2016

For Record Store Day WTTS brought back one of our favorite traditions,  WTTS Album Side Saturday.  Congratulations to our grand prize winner, Kathy Reed, who picked up a vinyl copy of every album we played, courtesy of Indy CD & Vinyl and a portable turntable signed by Tom Petty, courtesy of Warner Brothers Records.

Here’s a complete list of the classic albums sides we played:


Rolling Stones – Let It Bleed – Side 2 – 1969
B1 Midnight Rambler 6:52
B2 You Got the Silver 2:51
B3 Monkey Man 4:12
B4 You Can’t Always Get What You Want 7:28

Paul Simon – Graceland– Side 1 – 1986
A1 The Boy in the Bubble 3:59
A2 Graceland 4:48
A3 I Know What I Know 3:13
A4 Gumboots 2:44
A5 Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes 5:45


John Mellencamp – American Fool – Side 1 – 1982
A1 Hurst So Good 3:42
A2 Jack & Diane 4:16
A3 Hand to Hold on To 3:25
A4 Danger List 4:28
A5 Can You Take It 3:35

Led Zeppelin – Physical Graffiti – Side 2 – 1975
B1 House of the Holy 4:04
B2 Trampled Under Foot 5:36
B3 Kashmir 8:37


Neil Young – Harvest – Side 1 – 1972
A1 Out on the Weekend 4:35
A2 Harvest 3:11
A3 A man Needs a Maid 4:05
A4 Heart of Gold 3:07
A5 Are You Ready for the Country? 3:33

U2 – Joshua Tree – Side 1 – 1987
A1 Where the Streets Have No Name 5:38
A2 I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For 4:38
A3 With or Without You 4:56
A4 Bullet the Blue Sky 4:32
A5 Running to Stand Still 4:18


The Beatles – White Album – Side 1 – 1968
A1 Back in the U.S.S.R. 2:43
A2 Dear Prudence 3:56
A3 Glass Onion 2:17
A4 Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da 3:08
A5 Wild Honey Pie 0:52
A6 The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill 3:14
A7 While My Guitar Gently Weeps 4:45
A8 Happiness Is a Warm Gun 2:43

Bruce Springsteen – Born in the U.S.A. – Side 1 – 1984
A1 Born in the U.S.A. 4:40
A2 Cover Me 3:27
A3 Darlington County 4:48
A4 Working on the Highway 3:13
A5 Downbound Train 3:35
A6 I’m on Fire 2:40


Pink Floyd – Dark Side of the Moon – Side 2 – 1973
B1 Money 6:30
B2 Us and Them 7:51
B3 Any Colour You Like 3:24
B4 Brain Damage 3:50
B5 Eclipse 2:03

Eagles – The Long Run – Side 1 – 1979
A1 The Long Run 3:42
A2 I Can’t Tell You Why 4:56
A3 In the City 3:46
A4 The Disco Strangler 2:46
A5 King of Hollywood 6:27


The Grateful Dead – American Beauty – Side 1 – 1970
A1 Box of Rain 5:18
A2 Friend of the Devil 3:24
A3 Sugar Magnolia 3:19
A4 Operator 2:25
A5 Candyman 6:14

The Black Crowes – Shake Your Money Maker – Side 1 – 1990
A1 Twice As Hard 4:09
A2 Jealous Again 4:35
A3 Sister Luck 5:14
A4 Could I’ve Been So Blind 3:44
A5 Seeing Things 5:18


Fleetwood Mac – Rumours – Side 1 – 1977
A1 Second Hand News 2:56
A2 Dreams 4:14
A3 Never Going Back Again 2:14
A4 Don’t Stop 3:13
A5 Go Your Own Way 3:38
A6 Songbird 3:20

Cheap Trick – Live at Budakon – Side 2 – 1979
B1 Ain’t That a Shame 5:10
B2 I Want You to Want Me 3:38
B3 Surrender 4:40
B4 Goodnight Now 2:42
B5 Clock Strikes Ten 4:11


The Rolling Stones – Sticky Fingers – Side 1 – 1971
A1 Brown Sugar 3:48
A2 Sway 3:50
A3 Wild Horses 5:42
A4 Can’t You Hear Me Knocking 7:14
A5 You Gotta Move 2:32

INXS – Kick – Side 1 – 1987
A1 Guns in the Sky 2:21
A2 New Sensation 3:39
A3 Devil Inside 5:14
A4 Need You Tonight 3:01
A5 Mediate 2:36
A6 The Loved One 3:37


Eric Clapton – Slowhand – Side 1 – 1977
A1 Cocaine 3:38
A2 Wonderful Tonight 3:44
A3 Lay Down Sally 3:56
A4 Next Time You See Her 4:01
A5 We’re All The Way 2:32

Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin IV – Side 1 – 1971
A1 Black Dog 4:54
A2 Rock and Roll 3:40
A3 The Battle of Evermore 5:51
A4 Stairway to Heaven 8:02


David Bowie – Let’s Dance – Side 1 – 1983
A1 Modern Love 4:46
A2 China Girl 5:32
A3 Let’s Dance 7:37
A4 Without You 3:08

The Who – Who’s Next – Side 1 – 1971
A1 Baba O’Riley 5:08
A2 Bargain 5:34
A3 Love Ain’t for Keeping 2:10
A4 My Wife 3:41
A5 The Song Is Over 6:14


John Mellencamp – Scarecrow – Side 1 – 1985
A1 Rain on the Scarecrow 3:46
A2 Grandma’s Theme 0:56
A3 Small Town 3:41
A4 Minutes to Memories 4:11
A5 Lonely Ol’ Night 3:45
A6 The Face of the Nation 3:13

Creedence Clearwater Revival – Cosmos Factory – Side 2 – 1970
B1 Up Around The Bend 2:40
B2 My Baby Left Me 2:17
B3 Who’ll Stop The Rain 2:28
B4 I Heard It Through The Grapevine 11:05
B5 Long As I Can See The Light 3:33


The Cars – The Cars – Side 2 – 1978
B1 You’re All I’ve Got Tonight 4:13
B2 Bye Bye Love 4:14
B3 Moving in Stereo 4:41
B4 All Mixed Up 4:14

The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Are You Experienced – Side 2 – 1967
B1 The Wind Cries Mary 3:21
B2 Fire 2:34
B3 Third Stone from the Sun 6:40
B4 Foxy Lady 3:15
B5 Are You Experienced? 3:55


The Beatles – Revolver – Side 1 – 1966
A1 Taxman 2:39
A2 Eleanor Rigby 2:06
A3 I’m Only Sleeping 3:00
A4 Love You To 2:59
A5 Here, There and Everywhere 2:25
A6 Yellow Submarine 2:41
A7 She Said She Said 2:37

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – Déjà vu – Side 1 – 1970
A1 Carry On 4:26
A2 Teach Your Children 2:53
A3 Almost Cut My Hair 4:31
A4 Helpless 3:33
A5 Woodstock 3:54


Tom Petty – Damn Torpedoes – Side 1 – 1979
A1 Refugee 3:22
A2 Here Comes My Girl 4:27
A3 Even the Losers 3:59
A4 Shadow of a doubt (A Complex Kid) 4:25
A5 Century City 3:45

Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here – Side 2 – 1975
B1 Have A Cigar 5:24
B2 Wish You Were Here 5:40
B3 Shine on You Crazy Diamond (Parts VI-IX) 12:29

Click here for a complete list of Record Store Day releases.

Paul Mendenhall talks with Andy Skinner of Indy CD & Vinyl about Record Store Day.



Rob Humphrey Speaks With Graham Nash

Rob Humphrey Speaks With Graham Nash

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Grahm Nash

Rob Humphrey recently spoke with two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Graham Nash. They discuss Graham’s new album This Path Tonight (Out now), who is Graham’s favorite songwriter and why we don’t hear anymore protest songs.