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Leon Bridges In Sun King Studio 92

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Leon Bridges In Sun King Studio 92

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Leon Bridges stopped by Sun King Studio 92 Powered By Klipsch Audio on June 2nd, 2016. Enjoy the music and conversation below!

“Smooth Sailin'”

“Interview”

“Better Man”

“Coming Home”

“River”

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Leon Bridges in Sun King Studio 92 6-2-16

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Leon Bridges Interview & Concert Recap

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Leon Bridges Interview & Concert Recap

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On a chilly Sunday night, December 6th, the second WTTS Christmas Can Concert took place at the Bluebird in Bloomington. Fort Worth R&B and soul artist Leon Bridges took the stage for a sold-out show. There is no need to say that he won over the hearts of the audience because it was obvious throughout the evening that he already had reached each and every one of them.

Leon Bridges is a classic old soul in a young man’s body. The 26-year-old’s gospel roots so very clearly influence his soulful music, reminiscent of the greats like Aretha Franklin, Sam Cooke, and Otis Redding. Bridges is still on the rise as he signed with Columbia Records in 2014 after having played open-mic shows around Fort Worth for some time. DJ Spikes, a local Bloomington DJ playing vintage soul and R&B records, performed a set before Bridges took the stage. WTTS DJ Rob Humphrey introduced Leon Bridges and his band, all of whom had just come from performing on NBC’s Saturday Night Live the previous evening.

The band enters dressed very professionally with somewhat of a vintage twist that creates the mood of a 1960s R&B performance. Bridges enters and looks exactly the way he sounds. From his modern-day conk haircut to his mustard tweed suit, Leon Bridges looked quite perfect on the small club stage. The sweetest of sounds boomed throughout the Bluebird that night.

Spoken like a true gentleman, his first words to the audience were “Nice to meet you.” His 7-piece band included himself and one other vocalist, a saxophone, guitar, bass, drums, and organ. Bridges took time out of the show to introduce all the band members and was sure to add compliments or a quick story of their meeting. Bridges admittedly played many songs from his album, “Coming Home” (released in June 2015) and added some new music into the mix, too.

Leon Bridges’ sound is so much more than the “soul” or “R&B” label; It’s fresh but it’s authentic, and it’s the perfect meeting of yesterday and tomorrow. If you’ve heard his vintage voice, then you know that it is effortlessly like butter. His vocal runs and exquisite vintage dance moves transport you to an entirely different place and time and it is a pleasure to be transported there. If you haven’t heard his voice…get to it.

Highlights of the night included “Better Man,” “Smooth Sailing,” “Twistin’ & Groovin’,” “Coming Home,” and “Lisa Sawyer.” He gave small introductions to many of the songs. “Twistin’ & Groovin’” was written about the night his grandfather met his grandmother. “Lisa Sawyer” was written for his mother. “Smooth Sailing” got a different kind of introduction in the form of a drum solo and the crowd really got moving. Bridges closed the set with an intimate performance of “River” in which he played electric guitar alone with his backing vocalist.

After the crowd chanted “Leon, Leon, Leon,” the guitarist enters the stage and the rest of the band gradually joins him for a three-song encore of new music. These included “Pussyfootin’,” an instantly classic love song, and “Mississippi Kisses.” “Mississippi Kisses” is an utterly groovy song that brings to mind Wilbert Harrison’s 1959 recording of “Kansas City.” During “Mississippi Kissses” Bridges instructs different parts of the crowd to go crazy in sections, and then in unison as he addresses them as “Indiana”; They did indeed go crazy for the Southern charmer for the final time that evening. Leon Bridges warmed the hearts of WTTS listeners on a chilly December evening, but that definitely won’t be the last you see of him.

Thanks to all WTTS listeners who participated in the 2015 Christmas Can Concerts by purchasing tickets and donating canned goods to Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard in Bloomington. Thanks also to Green Bean Delivery for sponsoring WTTS Christmas Can Concert efforts during this season of giving. Happy Holidays from WTTS!

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Start and end Sundays with WTTS OverEasy. Brad Holtz plays a variety of laid-back World Class Rock, with singer-songwriters, deep album tracks, in-studio recordings, and live exclusives from Sun King Studio 92. Catch OverEasy Sundays from 7 to 11 a.m. (and the replay from 7 to 11 p.m.)

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

Lifehouse “First Time” (OverEasy)
Hem “All That I’m Good For”
Kongos “Come With Me Now” (Acoustic)
Young Gun Silver Fox “You Can Feel It”
Anna Nalick “Breathe”
Van Morrison “I’m Not Feeling It Anymore”
Loudon Wainwright III “Daughter”
Gomez  “See The World”
Kaleo “Way Down We Go” (Studio 92)
Civil Wars “Baton Hollow”
Sister Hazel “All For You” (OverEasy)
Norah Jones “Just a Little Bit”

Hour Two (8-9):

Jackson Browne “Somebody’s Baby” (Live)
Heart “Dog & Butterfly”
Howie Day “Collide” (OverEasy)
Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness “Believe”
Bruce Hornsby & The Range “Mandolin Range”
Amos Lee “Colors”
Great Lake Swimmers “Easy Come, Easy Go”
Bonnie Raitt “Silver Lining”
Imagine Dragons  “Radioactive” (Studio 92)
One Eskimo “Kandi”
Robert Plant  “Ship of Fools”
John Paul White “The Long Way Home”

Hour Three (9-10):

Hozier “From Eden”
Hall & Oates “When The Morning Comes”
Shawn Colvin “Steady On”
Lumineers “Walls”
Howard Jones “No One Is to Blame” (OverEasy)
Pete Yorn “Lose You”
David Crosby and Graham Nash “Carry Me”
Mae Moore “Bohemia”
Matchbox Twenty “If You’re Gone”
Leon Bridges “Beyond”
John Prine “Angel From Montgomery” (Live at Bonnaroo 2010)
David Gray “Only The Wine”
Death Cab For Cutie “Northern Lights” (Acoustic)

Hour Four (10-11):

Jewel “You Were Meant For Me”
Doobie Brothers “Another Park Another Sunday”
Dave Matthews Band “Stay (Wasting Time)” (Live)
Jeff Tweedy “I Know What It’s Like”
Rod Stewart “You’re In My Heart”
Everything But The Girl “Driving”
Lone Bellow “You Never Need Nobody”
Madeleine Peyroux “Don’t Wait Too Long”
Revivalists  “Wish I Knew You” (Studio 92)
Ten Thousand Maniacs “hey Jack Kerouac”
Ed Sheeran “Thinking Out Loud”
Joy Williams “Front Porch”

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

Dave Matthews Band “Typical Situation”
Santana “Samba Pa’ Ti”
Peter Frampton “Baby I love Your Way” (Acoustic)
Avett Brothers “Trouble Letting Go”
Tracy Chapman “Smoke & Ashes”
Bonnie Raitt “Angel From Montgomery”
Sting “They Dance Alone”
The Elms  “Back to Indiana” (Studio 92)
James Taylor “Sweet Baby James ”
Eric Clapton “Old Love”
Death Cab For Cutie “Northern Lights” (Acoustic)

Hour Two (8-9):

Neil Young “Harvest Moon”
Bob Schneider “Big Blue Sea”
Lumineers “Stubborn Love”
Kacey Musgraves “Slow Burn”
Genesis “Follow You Follow Me”
Susan Tedeschi with Double Trouble “In The Garden”
Counting Crows “Colorblind”
Eagles “New Kid In Town”
Head And The Heart  “Lot In My Mind” (Studio 92)
Damien Rice “Volcano”
Jimmy Cliff  “Sitting In Limbo”
Norah Jones “Just A little Bit”

Hour Three (9-10):

Van Morrison “Crazy Love”
Blue Merle “Burning In The Sun”
Natalie Merchant “Jealousy”
Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit “If We Were Vampires”
America “Sister Golden Hair”
Pete Townshend “Let My Love Open… ( E. Cola Mix)”
Loggins & Messina “Watching The River Run”
Calexico “Quattro (World Drifts In)”
Florence & The Machine “Dog Days Are Over” (Unplugged)
Doobie Brothers “Nobody” (Studio 92)
Jackson Browne “Blue Sky And Black”
Crowded House “Something So Strong”
James Bay Ft. Julia Michaels “Peer Pressure”

Hour Four (10-11):

Jimmy Buffet “Son Of A Son Of A Sailor”
Jann Arden “Insensitive”
Steve Winwood “While You See A Chance”
Ray Lamontagne “Such A Simple Thing”
Elton John “Candle In The Wind” (Acoustic)
Stevie wonder “I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)”
Needtobreathe “More Time”
Police “Tea In The Sahara”
Snow Patrol  “Chasing Cars” (Studio 92)
Tori Amos “A Sorta Fairytale”
Paul Young “Everytime You Go Away”
Bruce Hornsby “Voyager One”

Sunday, March 3, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

Avett Brothers “I and Love and You”
John Lennon “Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)”
Beck “Lost Cause”
Tedeschi Trucks Band “Anyhow”
Lumineers “Submarines”
Shawn Colvin “Polaroids”
Paul Simon “You’re the One”
Don Henley  “the End of the Innocence”
G. Love “Peace, Love, Happiness’ ” (Studio 92)
The Fray “Look After You”
Jackson Browne “The Pretender” (Live)
Jamestown Revival “Goodnight Hollywood”

Hour Two (8-9):

Florence & The Machine “Shake it Off” (Unplugged)
John Hiatt “Lipstick Sunset”
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young “Carry On”
Kacey Musgraves “Oh, What a World”
Al Green “Let’s Stay Together”
One Eskimo “Astronauts”
Ziggy Marley & Melody Makers “Many Waters”
Sting “All This Time”
Sara Bareilles  “Love Song” (Studio 92)
Stevie Ray Vaughan “Lenny”
Lyle Lovett & The Large Band “You Can’t Resist It” (Live)
Joy Williams “Front Porch”

Hour Three (9-10):

Sarah McLachlan “World on Fire”
Jefferson Starship “Miracles”
Amos Lee “Listen”
The XX “I Dare You”
Leon Bridges “Smooth Sailin’ ”
John Lee Hooker “The Healer”
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers “It’ll All Work Out”
Loreena McKennitt “The Mummers’ Dance”
Brett Dennen “Darlin’ Do Not Fear” (Studio 92)
Nickel Creek “When in Rome”
Eric Clapton “Running on Faith” (Unplugged)
John Paul White “The Long Way Home”

Hour Four (10-11):

Beatles “Here, There, and Everywhere”
Natalie Merchant “Kind and Generous”
Paul Simon “Was a Sunny Day”
Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds “Crash Into Me” (Overeasy)
Jeff Tweedy “I Know What it’s Like”
Van Morrison “Days Like This”
Jack Johnson “I Got You”
Elton John “Come Down in Time”
The Why Store  “Lack of Water” (Overeasy)
Ed Sheeran “The A Team ” (Studio 92)
Cat Stevens “Wild World”
Eagles “The Last Resort”
Brandi Carlile “every Time I Hear That Song”

Sunday, February 17, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

Paul Simon “Still Crazy After All These Years”
Head And The Heart “Homecoming Heroes”
Neil Young “Helpless” (Live)
Emmit Fenn “Lost In Space”
Sade “The Sweetest Taboo”
Bruce Spingsteen “Streets Of Philadelphia”
Annie Lennox “Waiting In Vain”
Fleetwood Mac  “Crystal”
Amos Lee “Keep it Loose, Keep it Tight’ ” (Studio 92)
Ed Sheeran “The A Team”
Ben Harper “Burn One Down”
Jeff Tweedy “I Know What it’s Like”

Hour Two (8-9):

Rayland Baxter - Cassanova     

Bill Withers “Ain’t No Sunshine”
Glen Hansard “Falling Slowly”
Bruce Hornsby “End of The Innocence” (Live)
King Princess “1950”
Sting “Fragile”
John Mayer “Why Georgia”
Counting Crows “Washington Square”
Lisa Loeb  “Stay”
Rayland Baxter “Cassanova” (Studio 92)
Big Head Todd & The Monsters “Broken Hearted Savior”
Steely Dan “Hey Nineteen”
Van Morrison “Got to go Where The Love Is”

Hour Three (9-10):

Sarah McLachlan “Adia”
Roxy Music “Dance Away”
Lyle Lovett “Private Conversation”
Ruston Kelly “Mockingbird”
Bodeans “Closer To Free” (OverEasy)
Dire Straits “Your Latest Trick”
Jason Mraz “I Won’t Give Up”
Beck  “Waking Light”
Vance Joy “Riptide” (Studio 92)
Jennie Devoe “Don’t it Sound Good”
Dave Matthews Band “Grace is Gone”
Avett Brothers “Trouble Letting Go”

Hour Four (10-11):

Alanis Morissette “Hands Clean” (OverEasy)
Willie Nelson “Rainbow Connection”
James Taylor “Handy Man”
Kacey Musgraves “Slow Burn”
Bob Marley “Redemption Song”
Band of Horses “The Funeral” (Live)
Suzanne Vega “Marlene on The Wall”
Mumford & Sons  “Awake My Soul”
Imagine Dragons “Radioactive ” (Studio 92)
Bob Dylan “Born in time”
Jonny Lang “Red Light”
John Mayer “I Guess I Just Feel Like”

Sunday, February 17, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

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Van Morrison “Precious Time”
David Grey “This Year’s Love”
James Taylor “Copperline”
Lumineers “Sleep On The Floor”
Simon & Garfunkel “America”
Joni Mitchell “Come In From The Cold”
Bob Dylan “Knockin On Heavens Door”
Ryan Bingham  “The Weary Kind ( Them From Crazy Heart)”
Leon Bridges “Smooth Sailin’ ” (Studio 92)
Neil Young “After The Gold Rush”
Mat Kearney “Nothing Left To Lose”
Lily & Madeleine “Just Do It

Hour Two (8-9):

Counting Crows “Daylight Fading”
Suzanne Vega “Marlene On The Wall”
Elton John “Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters”
Jade Bird “Lottery”
Bruce Springsteen “Brilliant Disguise”
Coldplay “Up & Up”
Colbie Caillat “Bubbly”
Dire Straits  “Love Over Gold”
Civil Wars “Billie Jean” (Studio 92)
Boy & Bear “Southern Sun”
Peter Frampton “Baby I Love Your Way” (Live)
Brandi Carlile “Every Time I Hear That Song”

Hour Three (9-10):

Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness “Cecilia And The Satellite(OverEasy)
Patty Griffin “One Big Love”
Sam Smith “I’m Not The Only One”
Dan Layus “Driveway”
Bonnie Raitt “Slow Ride”
Alexi Murdoch “Orange Sky”
The Damnwells “Golden Days”
Eric Clapton “Tears In Heaven”
Jason Isbell  “24 Frames” (Studio 92)
Sting “Shape Of My Heart”
Sheryl Crow “Home”
BAILEN “I Was Wrong”

Hour Four (10-11):

Avett Brothers “Head Full Of Doubt”
Neville Brothers “Yellow Moon”
Eagles “Desperado”
Kacey Musgraves “Butterflies”
Dave Matthews “Oh”
Lyle Lovett “North Dakota”
Steve Winwood “Back In The High Life Again”
Ziggy Marley & Melody Makers “Tomorrow People”
Ingrid Michaelson  “Maybe” (Studio 92)
Michael Franti & Spearhead “Hey World”
R.E.M. “Talk About The Passion”
James Taylor “Mexico”
Ruston Kelly “Mockingbird”

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

Elton John “Your Song”
Bonnie Raitt “I Can’t Help You Now”
John Mellencamp “Jackie Brown”
Lord Huron “Wait By The River”
Bruce Springsteen “One Step Up”
Sean & Sara Watkins “Your Bright Baby Blues”
Stills-Young Band “Long May You Run”
Brandi Carlile  “That Wasn’t Me”
James Taylor “Carolina In My Mind”
Barnes Courtney “Fire” (Studio 92)
Joe Jackson “Fools In Love”
Shawn Colvin “Round Of Blues”
Ryan Adams “F The Rain”

Hour Two (8-9):

Amos Lee “Windows Are Rolled Down”
Bob Dylan “Sweetheart Like You”
Brandi Carlile “Hallelujah” (Live)
Paul Simon “America” (Live In Central Park)
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats “Still Out There Running”
Bob Seger  ” You’ll Accomp’ny Me”
Jamie Cullum “High And Dry”
Billy Joel “Vienna”
Sting “Be Still My Beating Heart”
Goo Goo Dolls “Better Days” (Studio 92)
Burlap To Cashmere “Eileen’s Song”
John Hiatt 
“Have A Little Faith In Me”
Jamestown Revival 
“Goodnight Hollywood”

Hour Three (9-10):

Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals “In The Colors”
Dire Straits “Once Upon A Time In The West”
Joni Mitchell “Chelsea Morning”
Willie Nelson “Just Breathe”
Leon Bridges “Bad Bad News”
Lyle Lovett “Private Conversation” (Overeasy)
Poco “Keep On Tryin'”
Adele “Million Years Ago”
Blind Faith “Can’t Find My Way Home”
Michael Kiwanuka  “Cold Little Heart” (Studio 92)
Mumford & Sons “Below My Feet”
One Eskimo “Kandi”
Jeff Tweedy 
“I Know What It’s Like”

Hour Four (10-11):

Ryan Adams “Wonderwall”
Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers  “Lady With A Fan”
James Taylor  “Shower The People”
Van Morrison “Got To Go Where The Love Is”
Fleetwood Mac  “Sentimental Lady”
London Grammar “Strong”
Lucinda Wiliams  “Righteously”
Jeff Buckley “Hallelujah”
Lumineers “Ho Hey” (Studio 92)
Emerson, Lake, And Palmer “From The Beginning”
Mike Masse “Africa” (Live)
Brandi Carlile Feat. Sam Smith “Party Of One”

Sunday, January 27th, 2019

Hour One (7-8):


Dave Matthews Band “So Much To Say” (Unplugged)
Eagles “Try And Love Again”
John Mayer “Half Of My Heart”
Harry Styles “Sweet Creature”
Ben Harper  “Sexual Healing” (Overeasy)
Jeb Loy Nichols “Heaven Right Here”
Delerium/Sarah McLachlan “Silence”
Collective Soul “Run”
Eric Clapton “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door”
Cage The Elephant “Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked” (Studio 92)
Ziggy Marley “Beautiful Day”
Cat Stevens “Peace Train”
Brandi Carlile “Every Time I Hear That Song”

Hour Two (8-9):


Jerry Douglas & Mumford & Sons “The Boxer”
Notting Hillbillies “Railroad Worksong”
Johnny Nash “I Can See Clearly Now”
Willy Porter “I Need You”
Israel Kamakawiwio’ole “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”
Pearl Jam “Just Breathe”
Crosby,Stills & Nash “Wasted On The Way”
Rickie Lee Jones “Danny’s All Star Joint”
Band Of Horses “Laredo” (Studio 92)
Annie Lennox “Why”
Seal “Don’t Cry”
Dawes “Feed The Fire”

Hour Three (9-10):


Alanis Morissette “Head Over Feet” (Acoustic)
Lyle Lovett “This Old Porch”
Bob Dylan “Things Have Changed”
Mt. Joy “Silver Lining”
Natalie Merchant “Carnival”
Loggins & Messina “Danny’s Song”
George Harrison “Dark Horse”
Bonnie Raitt “One Belief Away”
Lord Huron “Fool For Love” (Studio 92)
Jackson Browne “These Days”
U2 “Sometimes You Can’t Make It On Your Own”
Lilly & Madeleine “Just Do It”

Hour Four (10-11):


Amos Lee “Flower”
Van Morrison “Tupelo Honey”
Adele “Chasing Pavements”
Jamestown Revival “Goodnight Hollywood”
Sting “I’m So happy I Can’t Stop Crying”
Eva Cassidy “Time After Time”
Crowded House “Into Temptation”
Jewel “Hands”
Dobbie Brothers “Listen To The Music” (Studio 92)
Jeff Beck “Cause We’ve Ended As Lovers”
Bruce Cockburn “Wondering Where The Lions Are ”
Avett Brothers “Trouble Letting Go”


Sunday, January 6th, 2018

Hour One (7-8):


John Mayer “Daughers”
Eric Clapton “Old Love”
Nickel Creek “When In Rome”
Dawes “Feed The Fire”
John Mellencamp “Small Town” (Overeasy)
Brandi Carlile “Keep Your Heart Young”
Amos Lee “Listen”
Dan Wilson “Disappearing”
Enigma “Return To Innocence”
Poco “Crazy Love”
Spoon “Do You” (Studio 92)
Elton John “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”
Kacey Musgraves “Butterflies”

Hour Two (8-9):


Lumineers “Slow It Down”
Crosby Stills Nash & Young “Helpless”
K.D. Lang “Constant Craving”
Lord Huron “Wait By The River”
Foo Fighters “Times Like These” (Overeasy)
Pearl Jam “Nothingman”
Tedeschi Trucks Band “Midnight In Harlem”
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss “Please Read The Letter”
Widespread Panic “Time Zones” (Studio 92)
Counting Crows “Perfect Blue Buildings”
Hollies “The Air That I Breathe”
Jeff Tweedy “I Know What It’s Like”

Hour Three (9-10):


Jack Johnson “From The Clouds”
Ten Thousand Maniacs “These Are The Days”
George Harrison “Give Me Love”
Lo Moon “This Is It”
Fleetwood Mac “Never Going Back Again”
Dave Matthews Band “Mercy”
Bonnie Raitt “Right Down The Line”
Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova “Into The Mystic”
Bruce Hornsby “Every Little Kiss”
Wood Brothers “Atlas” (Studio 92)
Michael Kiwanuka “I’m Getting Ready”
Jackson Browne “Your Bright Baby Blues”
Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness “Believe”

Hour Four (10-11):


Houndmouth “Sedona”
Robbie Robertson “Somewhere Down The Crazy River”
Billy Joel “Don’t Ask Why”
Lumineers “Walls”
Simply Red “Holding Back The Years”
Bela Fleck & The Flecktones “Kaleidoscope”
Jayhawks “Blue”
Big Head Todd & The Monsters “Please Don’t Tell Her” (Overeasy)
Head and the Heart “Ghosts” (Studio 92)
Lucinda Williams “Passionate Kisses”
Bruce Springsteen “Fire”
Kaleo “All The Pretty Girls”
Van Morrison “Got To Go Where The Love Is”


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On New Year’s Eve, we looked back at the music of 2018. Throughout the day, WTTS Remembered the legends we lost this year. Then at 5pm, Laura Duncan counted down the Top 20 WTTS Songs of 2018.

Here are the top 20 songs of 2018

1. Foster The People – “Sit Next To Me”
2. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats – “You Worry Me”
3. Lovelytheband – “Broken”
4. Vance Joy – “Saturday Sun”
5. Alice Merton – “No Roots”
6. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats – “A Little Honey”
7. Revivalists – “All My Friends”
8. Death Cab For Cutie – “Gold Rush”
9. Imagine Dragons – “Natural”
10. The Record Company – “Life To Fix”
11. John Mayer – “New Light”
12. Florence & The Machine – “Hunger”
13. Mumford & Sons – “Guiding Light”
14. Rayland Baxter – “Casanova”
15. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – “Keep A Little Soul”
16. Decemberists – “Sucker’s Prayer”
17. Portugal The Man – “Tidal Wave”
18. Hozier – “Nina Cried Power”
19. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats – “Hey Mama”
20. Leon Bridges – “Bad Bad News”

Here is the list of artists we paid tribute to on WTTS Remembers in 2018

Aretha Franklin
Marty Balin (Jefferson Airplane)
Dennis Edwards (The Temptations)
Dolores O’Riordan (The Cranberries)
Yvonne Staples (The Staple Singers)
Ed King (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Scott Hutchison (Frightened Rabbit)
Richard Swift

WTTS Remembers production support provided by:

Alex Bailey, Alex Lester, Christine Brackenhoff and Laura Duncan.