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WTTS OverEasy: February 15, 2015

WTTS OverEasy: February 15, 2015

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Beck Grammys

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, Brad will play music from 2015 Grammy winners Beck, Rosanne Cash, and Sam Smith.


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Beck Wins Album Of The Year

Sam Smith Wins Song Of The Year

Free Download Of The Week: Father John Misty

Free Download Of The Week: Father John Misty

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Father John Misty
Father John Misty is the stage name of singer-songwriter Josh Tillman, formerly of Saxon Shore and Fleet Foxes. Originally from Maryland, Tillman began to make a name for himself  as a solo artist in the mid-2000s. He signed on as drummer for up-and-coming indie outfit Fleet Foxes in 2008, just as the band’s star began to rise. The adoption of the Father John Misty handle coincided with the release of his 2012 full length release Fear Fun. His second effort under the moniker, I Love You, Honeybear, is due out on February 9th. Download “Chateau Lobby #4 (in C for Two Virgins)” from I Love You, Honeybear and learn more about Father John Misty at his Official Website, “Like” him on Facebook, and follow him on Twitter.

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World Class Rock Week-In-Review: 2/11/15

World Class Rock Week-In-Review: 2/11/15

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Beck Grammys

News

  • Grammy Awards 2015: full list of winners (NME)
  • Beck has the lowest-selling Grammy Album of the Year since 2008 (Billboard)
  • Beck gracefully responds to Kanye West Grammy diss (Rolling Stone)
  • Notable omissions from Grammy’s “In Memoriam” tribute (CoS)
  • St. Vincent thanks fans for Alternative Grammy win (SPIN)
  • Full text of Bob Dylan’s lengthy MusiCares speech revealed (Pitchfork)
  • Alabama Shakes announce new album Sound & Color (Paste)
  • Watch Jimmy Page discuss his career with Chris Cornell (UCR)
  • Sleater-Kinney play first gig since 2006 in Washington (NME)
  • The Replacements announce 2015 U.S. tour dates (Billboard)
  • Sam Smith will let inspiration of Lonely Hour touch his Grammy – once (Rolling Stone)
  • Stream Father John Misty’s new album I Love You, Honeybear (CoS)
  • Pharrell joined The Simpsons for a “Happy” cameo (SPIN)
  • Florence & The Machine share “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” video (Pitchfork)
  • Jack White won’t perform at U. of Oklahoma due to leaked guacamole recipe (Paste)
  • Joni Mitchell discusses nixing Taylor Swift in biopic (UCR)
  • David Bowie to re-release “Changes” as limited edition 7” for Record Store Day (NME)
  • Amy Winehouse doc trailer debuts at pre-Grammy brunch (Billboard)
  • Grandchildren of Sound Of Music Von Trapp Family form indie band (Rolling Stone)
  • Spoon announces more North American tour dates (CoS)
  • The Jesus And Mary Chain say they “will get it together” and make new album (SPIN)
  • Karen O, Jim James, others to play David Lynch tribute concert (Pitchfork)
  • Sean Lennon being sued by Marisa Tomei’s parents over a tree (Paste)
  • Roger Daltrey looks back on 50 years of The Who (UCR)
  • Jamie T covers Blur’s “Out Of Time” (NME)
  • Joe Mauldin, bass player for Buddy Holly & The Crickets, dies at 74 (Billboard)
  • “Music creators should be compensated” says Copyright Office (Rolling Stone)
  • Stream Phosphorescent’s new album Live At The Music Hall (CoS)
  • Lykke Li and The xx’s Romy team up to haunt Emile Haynie’s “Come Find Me (SPIN)
  • The Tallest Man On Earth returns with new album Dark Bird Is Home (Pitchfork)
  • Shakey Graves shares Nobody’s Fool EP for “Shakey Graves Day” (Paste)
  • Scott Weiland channels T. Rex on new song “Way She Moves” (UCR)

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Hozier & Annie Lennox Grammy Performance

Alabama Shakes – “Don’t Wanna Fight” (Animation Video)

Bob Weir and John Mayer – “Truckin’” (Late Late Show)

Foo Fighters on Austin City Limits

20 Love Songs In 20 Styles – Valentine’s Day (Ten Second Songs)

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