WTTS and Jockamo Upper Crust Pizza have teamed up once again to present a WTTSRock To Read benefit at Old National Center. Benefiting children’s reading programs at the Indianapolis Public Library the WTTS Rock To Read series features three concerts this year and last night Chris Isaak & Anderson East performed the first of those shows at the Murat Theater. See the photos below, courtesy Rhythm In Focus Photography.
Remember, Sun King Studio 92 sessions are for 92-3 VIPs only. If you’re not a VIP, take 20 seconds to sign up for free, then stop by the VIP Room to register to be in the live studio audience at an upcoming performance.
“I’d hate for someone to think I’m sipping an espresso somewhere judging people or feeling sorry for myself. OK, I definitely do that once in a while, but I don’t consider myself an intense person,” Phoebe Bridgers told her record label Dead Oceans, “I think most of my musical education had to do with being around a ton of teenagers who listened to music all the time.” Dead Oceans continues saying, “Bridgers grew up in the rose-colored city of Pasadena, attending the prestigious Los Angeles County High School for the Arts to study music. From an early age, she found encouragement from a close-knit artistic community of friends and family to follow her dreams, and at school she forged relationships that would teach her as much about her craft as her classes.
Download “Motion Sickness” off Stranger In The Alps any time between October 16th, and 22nd and learn more about Phoebe Bridgers at her Official Website, “Like” her on Facebook, or follow her onTwitter.