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Rock To Read: Guster Recap

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Rock To Read: Guster Recap

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Friday night, November 13th, WTTS presented the third installment in the annual Rock to Read benefit concert series. Alternative rock band and long-time WTTS favorites, Guster, performed at the Egyptian Room at Old National Centre and proceeds benefited children’s reading programs all over Indianapolis. They also stopped by Sun King Studio 92 earlier in the day. Look for our posting of the interview and photos soon.

Guster began its story in 1991 and have seen much success throughout their career. The band originated in Boston, Massachusetts while attending Tufts University. On this tour for their latest album, Evermotion, the band decided to give high school/college bands the opportunity to open for them at various cities across the U.S. Porky’s Groove Machine opened up in Indianapolis and captivated the crowd with their many members, wacky costumes, and contagious funk grooves. Guster has a dedicated and ever-growing fan base that proved to be present in Indianapolis Friday night.

After WTTS DJ Paul Mendenhall thanked WTTS listeners and Guster fans alike for coming out to the show, the band took the stage. The four members took their places and began playing in front of a black curtain. The stage setup was unassuming and simple, as if to highlight the music. Only lighting changed the mood of the song outside of pure musicianship itself.

The band opened with “Diane” to a crowd who knew exactly what song it was from the first two chords and roared with delight. After the first song, lead singer Ryan Miller told the audience they looked beautiful and followed with, “It’s like Burning Man in Indianapolis…and I like it.” We do what we can, Ryan!

Brian Rosenworcel, who is nicknamed “Thundergod” alternated throughout the show between a traditional drum kit on the right side of the stage and a different set for hand drumming on bongos, congas, djembes, and other percussion instruments. “Thundergod” has to have broken a finger or two over the years of Guster recording and performing. He plays with such enthusiasm and passion that he even strikes the cymbals with his hands and gets great sound out of them. Organ, marimba sounds, brass instruments, synthesizer, and various other percussion instruments were featured alongside the guitars, bass, and keys.

Guster’s members are all blaringly obviously multi-talented and humble. They switch instruments throughout the show, they provide their own backing vocals on stage, and they seem to just enjoy playing together no matter where on stage they may be located for a certain song. It leaves the audience feeling that they’re getting a well-rounded show from men who are all on an even playing field. It makes for some magical tunes.

At one point in the evening, Guster announced that they would be collaborating with Porky’s Groove Machine for a song. Three band members joined them on Trombone, trumpet, and saxophone. Miller announced that they’d play a song they hadn’t played in a year and probably wouldn’t for another year. As soon as the song begins, the fans know it to be “Fa Fa.” The electricity from the stage was infectious from the faces of all those on stage and the crowd went insane. Later in the show, Miller explained that he saw an audience member playing the bongos on his girlfriend’s back along to an entire song. So, in Guster fashion, Miller invited them to the stage to play bongos on an impromptu song about bongos. It was hilarious and so refreshing in a concert of that size.

Highlights of the evening included “Happier,” “Simple Machine,” “Satellite,” “Do You Love Me,” “One Man Wrecking Machine,” and “Barrel of a Gun.” Guster closed with “This Could All Be Yours” before coming back on stage for a 3.5 song encore. They played “Long Night,” Red Oyster Cult,” and “Demons.” The half-song was another improvised song about a crazy cat lady in the audience who wanted them to sign a plastic cat from the stage. It was hilarious. A second encore performance included “Jesus On The Radio” to leave the crowd in musical bliss at the end of the evening.

Between the guests on stage, the simple stage setup, and the overall electricity from the band members who have been playing together (and enjoying it) for over twenty years, the final WTTS Rock to Read concert was a success. Ryan Miller coined it best when he proclaimed from the stage that this was “The night the Egyptian Room turned into a bunch of drunk babies.”

Thank you to all WTTS listeners who attended any of our Rock to Read shows this year! Don’t be sad it’s over, though, as our WTTS Christmas Can Concerts are right around the corner. At the beginning of December we’ll be bringing you Houndmouth (Dec. 3rd) and Leon Bridges (Dec. 6th) with proceeds from the shows benefiting Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard in Bloomington.

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Guster In Sun King Studio 92

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Guster In Sun King Studio 92

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Guster stopped by Sun King Studio 92 Powered By Klipsch Audio on November 13th, 2015. Enjoy the music and conversation below!

“Endlessly”

Interview

“Lightning Rod”

“Doin It By Myself”

“Satellite”

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Guster Listener Photos 11-13-15

Photos Courtesy Rhythm In Focus Photography.

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OverEasy

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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.)

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Sunday, November 10th, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

Poco “Crazy Love”
Shawn Colvin “Polaroids”
Jonny Lang “Red Light”
Mt. Joy “Sheep”
Van Morrison “Tupelo Honey”
Chris Isaak “Can’t Do A Thing” (To Stop Me)
Ray Lamontagne “Forever My Friend”
Matt Nathanson “Come On Get Higher” (Studio 92)
Eric Clapton “Easy Now”
Steely Dan “Babylon Sisters”
Norah Jones “I’ll Be Gone”

Hour Two (8-9):

Amos Lee “Keep It Loose, Keep It Tight” (Live)
Elvis Costello “Everyday I Write The Book”
Florence & The Machine “Dog Days Are Over” (Unplugged)
Jeff Tweedy “I Know What It’s Like”
Family Of The Year “Hero”
Paul Simon “Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes”
Roxy Music “Avalon”
Lumineers “Ho Hey” (Studio 92)
Sean & Sara Watkins “Your Bright Baby Blues”
John Mayer “Message In A Bottle” (Live)
Beck “Uneventful Days”

Hour Three (9-10):

Dido “Thank You”
The Style Council “You’re The Best Thing”
Adele “Lovesong”
Lord Huron “Fool For Love”
Lyle Lovett “If I Had A Boat”
Robert Plant “Twenty Nine Palms”
Fleetwood Mac “Sara”
Jason Isbell “24 Frames” (Studio 92)
My Morning Jacket “Golden”
John Lennon “Jealous Guy”
Noah Cyrus “July”

Hour Four (10-11):

Bodeans “Good Things”
Trampled By Turtles “Alone”
Damien Rice “Cannonball”
Van William ft. First Aid Kit “Revolution”
Jackson Browne & Jack Johnson “Take It Easy” (Live)
Ziggy Marley & Melody Makers “Many Waters”
Eric Clapton “Running On Faith” (Unplugged)
David Gray “Babylon” (Studio 92)
Calexico “Quattro” (World Drifts In)
CCR “Long As I Can See The Light”
John Mayer “Carry Me Away”

Sunday, November 3rd, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

Jewel “Who Will Save Your Soul”
Elton John “Come Down In Time”
Bonnie Raitt “Not The Only One”
Leon Bridges “Beyond”
John Lennon “Number Nine Dream”
Alana Davis “The Reaper”
Needtobreathe “More Time”
Revivalists “Wish I Knew You” (Studio 92)
Glen Hansard “Falling Slowly”
Counting Crows “Daylight Fading”
Noah Cyrus “July”

Hour Two (8-9):

Crosby, Stills & Nash “Helplessly Hoping”
Everything But The Girl “Driving”
Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds “Jimi Thing” (Overeasy)
Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit “If We Were Vampires”
Eagles “Best Of My Love”
Jimmy Cliff “Sitting In Limbo”
Rickie Lee Jones “Satellites”
Vance Joy “Saturday Sun” (Studio 92)
Sheryl Crow “Strong Enough”
Coldplay “Magic”
Norah Jones “I’ll Be Gone”

Hour Three (9-10):

Simon & Garfunkel “The Only Living Boy In New York”
Ziggy Marley & Melody Makers “Tomorrow People”
Bruce Springsteen “Brilliant Disguise”
Syml “Where’s My Love”
Steve Winwood “While You See A Chance”
Lumineers “Angela”
Greatful Dead “Althea”
Collective Soul “Run”
Spoon “Inside Out” (Studio 92)
Billy Joel “Don’t Ask Me Why”
Sarah McLachlan “Adia”
Leif Vollebekk “Hot Tears”

Hour Four (10-11):

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats “A Little Honey”
Stevie Ray Vaughan “Lenny”
Natalie Merchant “Wonder”
Lord Huron “Wait By The River”
Bill Withers “Lovely Day”
Shawn Colvin “Steady On”
Simply Red “Holding Back The Years”
Wood Brothers “You Wreck Me” (Studio 92)
Doobie Brothers “South City Midnight Lady”
Amos Lee “Shout Out Loud”
Van Morrison “Dark Night Of The Soul”

Sunday, October 27th, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

Grateful Dead “Friend Of The Devil”
Boy & Bear “Southern Sun”
Neil Young “Harvest Moon” (Live)
John Mayer “I Guess I Just Feel Like”
Paolo Nutini “Let Me Down Easy”
Tracy Chapman “Telling Stories”
Mark Knopfler & Emmy Lou Harris “This Is Us”
Mt. Joy “Silver Lining” (Studio 92)
Jack Johnson “Taylor”
Radiohead “Creep” (Acoustic)
Roscoe & Etta “Burn”

Hour Two (8-9):

Gomez “See The World”
Lyle Lovett “Simple Song”
Bruce Springsteen “Born To Run” (Overeasy)
Kacey Musgraves “Oh, What A World”
Doobie Brothers “It Keeps You Runnin'”
Brett Dennen “Darlin’ Do Not Fear”
Jewel “You Were Meant For Me”
Walk The Moon “This Must Be The Place” (Studio 92)
Sting “I’m So Happy I Can’t Stop Crying”
Big Head Todd & The Monsters “Please Don’t Tell Her” (Overeasy)
Van Morrison “Dark Night Of The Soul”

Hour Three (9-10):

Howard Jones “No One Is To Blame” (Overeasy)
Mumford & Sons “Below My Feet”
Susan Tedeschi “Alone”
Leon Bridges “Bad Bad News”
Bonnie Raitt “Slow Ride”
Beck “Heart Is A Drum”
K.D. Lang “Constant Craving”
Michael Kiwanuka “I’m Getting Ready”
Cage The Elephant “Come A Little Closer” (Studio 92)
Elton John “Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters”
Brandi Carlile “The Chain”
Norah Jones “I’ll Be Gone”

Hour Four (10-11):

Dave Matthews Band “Typical Situation”
Heart “Dog & Butterfly”
Jackson Browne & Jack Johnson “Take It Easy” (Live)
Emmit Fenn “Lost In Space”
Eagles “I Can’t Tell You Why”
Amy Winehouse “Love Is A Losing Game”
Dire Straits “Once Upon A Time In The West”
Portugal The Man “Feel It Still” (Studio 92)
Joni Mitchell “Cold Blue Steel And Sweet Fire”
Marc Cohn “Walking In Memphis” (Overeasy)
Sara Bareilles “Miss Simone”

Sunday, October 20th, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

U2 “Sometimes You Can’t Make It On Your Own”
Bruce Hornsby “Look Out Any Window”
John Mayer “Half Of My Heart”
Lissie “Dreams” (Piano Version)
James Taylor “Handy Man”
R.E.M. “Nightswimming”
Patty Griffin “Heavenly Day”
Dave Matthews Band “Grace Is Gone”
Newton Faulkner “Dream Catch Me” (Studio 92)
Bill Withers “Ain’t No Sunshine”
Eric Clapton “Running On Faith” (Unplugged)
Bruce Springsteen “Hello Sunshine”

Hour Two (8-9):

Alanis Morissette “Hands Clean” (OverEasy)
Wallflowers “Closer To You”
Tom Petty “Wildflowers”
Beach Boys “God Only Knows”
Death Cab For Cutie “Northern Lights” (Acoustic)
Sarah McLachlan “Angel”
Hall & Oates “When The Morning Comes”
Jayhawks “Blue”
Duncan Sheik “Barley Breathing” (OverEasy)
Sara Bareilles “Love Song” (Studio 92)
Notting Hillbillies “Your Own Sweet Way”
America “A Horse With No Name”
Gregory Alan Isakov “Caves”

Hour Three (9-10):

Shawn Mullins “Lullaby” (OverEasy)
Fleetwood Mac “Warm Days”
Howie Day “Collide” (OverEasy)
Billie Eilish “Ocean Eyes”
Seal “Crazy” (OverEasy)
Roxy Music “Dance Away”
Guster “Satellite” (Live)
Bonnie Raitt “I Can’t Make You Love Me”
Civil Wars “Billie Jean” (Studio 92)
The Damnwells “Golden Days”
Joni Mitchell “Free Man In Paris”
John Mayer “Carry Me Away”

Hour Four (10-11):

Matchbox Twenty “If You’re Gone”
John Hiatt “Lipstick Sunset”
Elton John “Candle In The Wind” (Acoustic)
Kacey Musgraves “Butterflies”
Jerry Douglas & Mumford & Sons “The Boxer”
Crowded House “Into Temptation”
Santana “Samba Pa’Ti”
Ed Sheeran “Thinking Out Loud”
Delta Rae “If I Loved You” (Studio 92)
Coldplay “Strawberry Swing”
James Taylor “Carolina In My Mind”
Leif Vollebekk “Hot Tears”

Sunday, October 13th, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

Smisonic “Closing Time” (OverEasy)
Sara McLachlan “World on Fire”
Kongos “Come With me Now” (Acoustic)
Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit “If we Were Vampires”
America “Sister Golden Hair”
Norah Jones “In the Morning”
Sister Hazel “All for You” (OverEasy)
Alanis Morissette “Thank U”
Train “Drops of Jupiter” (Studio 92)
Paul Simon “Hearts and Bones”
Civil Wars “Barton Hollow”
Wilder Woods “Supply & Demand”

Hour Two (8-9):

Grateful Dead “Box of Rain”
One Eskimo “Kandi”
Genesis “Follow you Follow Me”
The Lumineers “Walls”
Indigo Girls “Least Complicated”
Dream Academy “Life in a Northern Town”
Eric Clapton “Willie and the Hand Jive”
Hozier “From Eden”
The Corrs Feat. Bono “When the Stars go Blue”
Toad the wet Sprocket “Walk on the Ocean” (Studio 92)
Steve Earle “Guitar Town”
George Harrison “My Sweet Lord”
Leif Vollebekk “Hot Tears”

Hour Three (9-10):

Marc Cohn “Walking in Memphis” (OverEasy)
Bonnie Raitt “Rainy day Man”
Bruce Cockburn “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”
Kacey Musgraves “Slow Burn”
Faces “Ohh La La”
Robbie Robertson “Somewhere Down the Crazy River”
Hem “All That I’m Good for”
Bob Dylan “Things Have Changed”
Michael Kiwanuka “Cold Little Heart” (Studio 92)
Ed Sheeran “The A Team”
David Crosby and Graham Nash “Carry Me”
Noah Gundersen “Lose You”

Hour Four (10-11):

Kaleo “All the Pretty Girls”
Susan Tedeschi “Loving you is Sweeter Than Ever”
Pete Townshend “Let my Love Open the Door”
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness “Believe”
Poco “Crazy Love”
Robert Bradley’s Blackwater Surprise “Baby”
Amos Lee “Flower”
Elton John “Someone Saved my Life Tonight”
Imagine Dragons “Radioactive” (Studio 92)
Anna Nalick “Breathe”
Lyle Lovett “Private Conversation” (OverEasy)
John Mayer “Carry me Away”

Sunday, October 6th, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

Norah Jones “Those Sweet Words”
Dire Straits “Ride Across The River”
Jack Johnson “Flake”
Kacey Musgraves “Oh What A World”
Marvin Gaye “What’s Going On”
John Hiatt “Before I Go”
Azure Ray “The Drinks We Drank Last Night”
James Taylor “Mexico”
Big Head Todd & The Monsters “Broken Hearted Savior” (Studio 92)
Sarah McLachlan “Adia”
Don Henley “The Last Worthless Evening”
Sara Bareilles “Miss Simone”

Hour Two (8-9):

Dave Matthews “Oh”
Pink Floyd “A Pillow Of Winds”
Ray Charles w/ Van Morrison “Crazy Love”
Joseph “Everybody Wants To Rule The World”
Bob Schneider “Metal And Steel”
Bruce Springsteen “Tunnel Of Love”
Semisonic “Secret Smile” (OverEasy)
Jeff Buckley “Hallelujah”
Doobie Brothers “Long Train Running” (Studio 92)
Mary Chapin Carpenter “Soul Companion”
Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness “Cecilia And The Satellite” (OverEasy)
Beoga Feat. Anderson East “Let It Go”

Hour Three (9-10):

Smash Mouth “Walkin’ On The Sun” (OverEasy)
Jackson Browne “Tender Is The Night”
IsraelKamakawiwio’ole “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”
Ray LaMontagne “Such A Simple Thing”
Melissa Etheridge “Chrome-Plated Heart”
Shawn Colvin “Diamond In The Rough”
Ten Thousand Maniacs “What’s The Matter Here?”
Death Cab For Cutie “Stay Young Go Dancing”
Stevie Ray Vaughan “Life By The Drop”
David Gray “Fugitive” (Studio 92)
Coldplay “The Scientist”
Leon Bridges “Smooth Sailin'”
Stoll Vaughan “Bear Witness”

Hour Four (10-11):

Lifehouse “First Time” (OverEasy)
Bonnie Raitt “Right Down The Line”
Wallflowers “Three Marlenas” (OverEasy)
Young The Giant “Superposition (Reflection)”
Adele “Water Under The Bridge”
Stevie Wonder “I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)”
Tracy Chapman “Change”
The New Basement Tapes “Kansas City”
Houndmouth “Sedona” (Studio 92)
Dave Matthews Band “Typical Situation”
J.J. Cale “After Midnight
Bruce Springsteen “Hello Sunshine”

Sunday, September 29th, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

Chris Isaak “Let Me Down Easy”
George Harrison “Give Me Love”
Elton John “Rocket Man” (Remixed)
SYML “Where’s My Love”
Crowded House “Weather With You”
Jackson Browne “Your Bright Baby Blues”
Death Cab For Cutie “I Will Follow You Into The Dark”
Van Morrison “Astral Weeks”
Ingrid Michaelson “The Way I Am” (Studio 92)
Lunineers “Slow It Down”
Florence & The Machine “Shake It Out” (Unplugged)
John Mayer “Carry Me Away”

Hour Two (8-9):

Rod Stewart “You’re In My Heart”
Ziggy Marley “Beautiful Day”
Damien Rice “Volcano”
Bruce Springsteen “Hello Sunshine”
Jack Johnson “The Horizon Has Been Defeated”
Jeffrey Gaines “In Your Eyes”
NEEDTOBREATHE “More Time”
Bruce Hornsby “Look Out Any Window”
Ed Sheeran “The A Team” (Studio 92)
Suzanne Vega “Window’s Walk”
Edwin McCain “Solitude” (OverEasy)
Gregory Alan Isakov “Caves”

Hour Three (9-10):

Semisonic “Closing Time” (OverEasy)
Willie Nelson “The Maker”
Neil Young “Helpless” (Live)
Joy Williams “Front Porch”
Elvis Costello “Alison”
Doobie Brothers “Toulouse Street”
John Prine “Illegal Smile”
Grateful Dead “Ripple”
Brandi Carlile “Turpentine” (Studio 92)
Steve Winwood “Back In The High Life Again”
John Hiatt “Perfectly Good Guitar” (OverEasy)
Wilco “Love Is Everywhere (Beware)”

Hour Four (10-11):

Beatles “Here, There, and Everywhere”
Bob Marley “Turn Your Lights Down Low”
Paul Simon “Diamonds On The Soles Of her Shoes”
A-Ha “Take On Me” (Unplugged)
Bonnie Raitt “One Belief Away”
Fleetwood Mac “Hypnotized”
Norah Jones “In The Morning”
David Gray “Sail Away”
Head And The Heart “Down In The Valley” (Studio 92)
Billy Joel “Vienna”
Barenaked Ladies “Jane”
Noah Gundersen “Lose You”

Sunday, September 22nd, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

Cyndi Lauper/Sarah McLachlan “Time After Time”
Gregory Alan Isakov “That Moon Song”
Peter Frampton “Baby I Love Your Way” (Acoustic)
Leon Bridges “Bad Bad News”
Melissa Etheridge “similar Features”
Jackson Browne “Something Fine”
Lyle Lovett “My Baby Don’t Tolerate”
Van Morrison “And It Stoned Me”
Widespread Panic “Time Zones” (Studio 92)
Sting “Fragile”
Johnny Nash “I Can See Clearly Now”
Dave Matthews Band Feat. Brandi Carlile “Come Tomorrow”

Hour Two (8-9):

Neil Young “Harvest Moon”
Abra Moore “Four Leaf Clover” (OverEasy)
Simon & Garfunkel “America”
Norah Jones “Just A Little Bit”
Ben E. King “Stand By Me”
Marc Cohn “Already Home”
Bob Schneider “Metal And Steel”
Eric Clapton “Lead Me On”
X Ambassadors “Renegades” (Studio 92)
Jem “Maybe I’m Amazed”
Rod Stewart “The, First Cut Is The Deepest”
Sara Bareilles “Miss Simone”

Hour Three (9-10):

Eagles “Lyin’ Eyes”
John Mayer “Gravity”
Joni Mitchell “Help Me”
Death Cab For Cutie “Northern Lights” (Acoustic)
Arlo Guthrie “City Of New Orleans”
Jack Johnson “From The Clouds”
Fleetwood Mac “Oh Daddy”
Wallflowers “Three Marlenas”
Elle King “Exs’s And Oh’s” (Studio 92)
Brett Dennen “Make You Crazy”
Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds “Crush” (OverEasy)
Lumineers “Life In The City”

Hour Four (10-11):

U2 “Sometimes You Can’t Make It On Your Own”
Joe Satriani “Always With Me Always With You”
Mark Knopfler “What It Is”
Kacey Musgraves “Slow Burn”
Jonny Lang “Breakin’ Me”
Ric Ocasek “Emotion In Motion”
Lenny Kravitz “Fly Away” (OverEasy)
Rickie Lee Jones “Last Chance Texaco”
Train “Hey, Soul Sister” (Studio 92)
Dido “Here With Me”
Bruce Springsteen “One Step Up”
Wilder Woods “Supply & Demand”

Sunday, September 15th, 2019

Hour One (7-8):

Bonnie Raitt “Angel from Montgomery”
Marc Cohn “Silver Thunderbird”
Sting “Be Still My Beating Heart”
Ruston Kelly “Mockingbird”
Traveling Wilburys “End Of The Line”
Tristian Prettyman “Say Anything”
James Taylor “Something In The Way She Moves”
Tracy Chapman “Smoke & Ashes”
Vance Joy “Lay It On Me” (Studio 92)
Jackson Browne “Sky Blue and Black
Crowded House “Something So Strong”
Wilder Woods “Supply & Demand”

Hour Two (8-9):

Leon Bridges “Smooth Sailin’ “
Ray LaMontagne “Empty”
Cat Stevens “Peace Train”
Emmit Fenn “Lost In Space”
Ric Ocasek “emotion In Motion”
Eagles “Peacful Easy Feeling”
Mark Knopfler/Emmylou Harris “Beachcombing”
Steely Dan “Babylon Sisters”
Cage The Elephant “Cigarette Daydreams” (Studio 92)
Annie Lennox “Waiting In Vain”
Neil Young “My My Hey Hey”
John Mayer “Carry Me Away”

Hour Three (9-10):

Emerson, Lake And Palmer “From The Beginning”
Phosphorescent “Song For Zula”
John Mellencamp “Jackie Brown”
Lumineers “Walls”
Paul Simon “Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover”
Lonon Grammar “Strong”
Lyle Lovett “North Dakota”
James Taylor “Mexico”
Lord Huron “Fool For Love” (Studio 92)
Mat Kearney “Nothing Left To Lose”
George Harrison “Give Me Love”
Dave Matthews Band feat. Brandi Carlile“Come Tomorrow”

Hour Four (10-11):

Indigo Girls “Galileo”
Beck “Waking Light”
Gregg Allman “Midnight Rider”
Billie Eilish “Ocean Eyes”
The Fray “Look After You”
Zero 7 “In The Waiting Line”
Del Amitri “Tell Her This”
Paula Cole “Where Have All The Cowboys Gone”
Kaleo “All The Pretty Girls” (Studio 92)
Patty Griffin “One Big Love”
Big Head Todd & The Monsters “Broken Hearted Savior”
Bruce Spingsteen “Hello Sunshine”

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Sun King Studio 92

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