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WTTS OverEasy: July 31, 2016

WTTS OverEasy: July 31, 2016

No Comments 30 July 2016

Wilco

Join Brad Holtz this Sunday from 7 to 11 a.m. and p.m. for WTTS OverEasy, featuring a variety of laid back acoustic tracks and exclusives from Sun King Studio 92.  This week hear new music from Wilco’s 10th studio album Schmilco, out September 9th.


OverEasy is presented by The Warehouse.
The Warehouse Live Music Listening Room in Carmel,
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Enjoy the laid-back sounds of OverEasy whenever you want. Check out the OverEasy Channel.

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Free Download Of The Week: Walking On Cars

Free Download Of The Week: Walking On Cars

1 Comment 27 July 2016

Walking On Cars

Hailing from the tiny Irish coastal town of Dingle, Walking on Cars maybe one of Ireland’s best kept secrets. Starting off as five friends playing music in high school, the band is now selling out arenas in their home country. Comprised of vocalist Patrick Sheehy, pianist Sorcha Durham, lead guitarist Dan Devane, bassist Paul Flannery and drummer Evan Hadnett the band’s debut album Everything This Way is out now. Download “Speeding Cars” off Everything This Way and learn more about Walking On Cars at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

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World Class Rock Week-In-Review: 7/27/16

World Class Rock Week-In-Review: 7/27/16

No Comments 27 July 2016

Temple Of The Dog

  • Temple of the Dog embarking on first-ever tour (Paste)
  • Father John Misty responds to Strand Of Oaks’ subtweet (Stereogum)
  • Jack White to make vinyl history by playing the first record in space (CoS)
  • Listen to a lost Beatles demo found in brown envelope after 52 years (NME)
  • Are Bon Iver teasing new music? (Spin)
  • Bruce Springsteen set to release very different solo album (UCR)
  • Unknown Mortal Orchestra “The Nazis elected their leader democratically” (Pitchfork)
  • See Eddie Vedder perform with Peter Gabriel, Sting at Seattle show (Rolling Stone)
  • George Harrison estate not happy about Trump use of “Here Comes the Sun” (Paste)
  • Thom Yorke wants to lull you to sleep with this bedtime playlist (AV Club)
  • Christian ministry says Thom Yorke is the anti-christ (CoS)
  • Keith Richards documentary maker says Keith put a sword to my throat (NME)
  • Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell says he hates EDM (Spin)
  • The Allman Brothers Band may be reuniting (UCR)
  • Listen to Chairlift’s new song “Get Real” (Pitchfork)
  • INXS’ Michael Hutchence celebrated in upcoming film doc (Rolling Stone)
  • David Bowie’s Lazarus to open in London (Paste)
  • Watch Toro Y Moi play “Grown Up Calls” from Live From Trona concert film (Stereogum)
  • The Killers bassist Mark Stoermer announces new solo album (NME)
  • Dinosaur Jr. offer wake up call with new single “Goin Down” (CoS)
  • Third Eye Blind mock Republicans with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame performance (Spin)
  • Paul Simon makes surprise appearance at the Democratic National Convention (UCR)
  • Oasis announce be here now reissue, share “D’You Know What I Mean” edit (Pitchfork)
  • Watch Joe Perry’s return to Hollywood Vampires (Rolling Stone)
  • Sun Kil Moon announces new album, debuts new song “God Bless Ohio” (Paste)
  • Watch the Pixies perform three new songs off Head Carrier (AV Club)
  • Father John Misty shares completed version of “Real Love Baby” (CoS)
  • Ryan Adams played bluegrass covers of Slayer and Black Sabbath (Spin)
  • Foals say they need to rock the boat for fifth album (NME)
  • Plaintiff in Led Zeppelin “Stairway to Heaven” case files appeal (UCR)
  • The White Stripes soundtrack first Justice League trailer (Pitchfork)
  • The 1975 plot fall tour across North America (Rolling Stone)
  • Don McLean pleads guilty to domestic assault charges (Paste)
  • Of Montreal break out the ’80s sax on “My Fair Lady” (Spin)
  • Producer Sandy Pearlman dies at 72 (UCR)

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Rock To Read: The Avett Brothers

Rock To Read: The Avett Brothers

No Comments 26 July 2016

The Avett Brothers

The Avett Brothers

For the past decade, WTTS Rock To Read benefit concerts, presented by Jockamo Upper Crust Pizza, have raised tens of thousands of dollars for children’s reading programs with the Indianapolis Public Library.  We’re excited to carry on the tradition this fall with two shows from The Avett Brothers, November 3rd and 4th at the Old National Centre. Tickets go on sale Friday (7/29) at 10am but 92-3 VIPs can buy them first in a special presale this Thursday (find presale details in the VIP Room). As always, a portion of the proceeds will benefit children’s reading programs through the Indianapolis Public Library.

WTTS Rock To Read is presented by Jockamo Upper Crust PizzaBe sure to sign up for one of the three WTTS Rock To Read Runs presented by Kaplan University, and help raise even more money for children’s reading programs.

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Be sure to visit Jockamo’s three locations at 9165 Otis Avenue (Lawrence), 5646 E. Washington St. (Irvington), or 401 Market Plaza in Greenwood.

 

 


 

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