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Local Live – Mike Piss – January 31, 2018

Mike Piss formed after Kevin Oliver and Annie Paquette boomeranged back to Bloomington after living in Massachusetts. They both got jobs at Soma where they met fellow barista Lucas Fisher. Kevin and Annie played a show at Lucas’s house before asking him to accompany them on drums. Kevins guitar progressions and lyrics root in 90s alternative and punk while Annie …

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WFHB TOP ALBUMS 2.20.18

1. Tune-Yards – I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life 2. Calexico – The Thread That Keeps Us 3. Richmond Fontaine – Don’t Skip Out On Me 4. Caroline Rose – Loner 5. Mavis Staples – If All I Was Was Black 6. Ty Segall – Freedom’s Goblin 7. The Wood Brothers – One Drop of Truth 8. …

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Local Live – Elm Heights – January 24, 2018

Hank and Will started playing music together in elementary school where they sang the National Anthem at games and covered songs like “Dynamite” by Taio Cruz at school events. Since then they have began writing their own songs as Elm Heights. Elm Heights is Hank Ruff (mandolin/vocals), Will Riggert (guitar/vocals), Daniel Deckard (bass) and Devon Rigali (percussion). They play acoustic …

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Local Live – Doozie – December 13, 2017

 Doozie plays sleepy power-pop that is heavily influenced by ’90s-era music of the same ilk. They have written a few songs of aggressive, self-reflective music that will help you exercise your own demons, with promises of more to come. Doozie is Christina Vines (Vocals/Guitar), Devin Silvers (Bass), Andrew Slater (Drums), and Jason Cotton (Guitar). SET LIST 1.) bad taste 2.) …

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King Bee & The Stingers at Saturday’s Child

King Bee & The Stingers joined WFHB at Saturday’s Child February 10th. Fine blues and more.

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WFHB TOP ALBUMS 2.13.18

1. Tune-Yards – I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life 2. Richmond Fontaine – Don’t Skip Out On Me 3. Various Artists – Strange Angels: In Flight With Elmore James 4. Calexico – The Thread That Keeps Us 5. Mavis Staples – If All I Was Was Black 6. Chris Thile – Thanks for Listening 7. The Shackups …

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February 7th is International Clash Day on WFHB

WFHB will participate in this year’s International Clash Day with a full day (6am-5pm, excluding news programming) of broadcasting music by the Clash, related bands, and other artists expressing themselves on themes of protest, social justice and equal rights. SEATTLE, January 31st, 2018 – On February 7th, 2018, music lovers all over the world will observe International Clash Day, an …

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WFHB Top Albums 2.6.18

1. Richmond Fontaine – Don’t Skip Out On Me 2. Various Artists – Strange Angels: In Flight With Elmore James 3. Mavis Staples – If All I Was Was Black 4. The Shackups – Shack It Up 5. Tommy Emmanuel – Accomplice One 6. Lisa Morales – Luna Negra and the Daughter of the Sun 7. Tune-yards – I Can …

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Local Live – Pushing Daisy’s – January 17, 2018

Inspired by Phish, The Greatful Dead and other seminal jam bands, Pushing Daisy’s combines the musical minds of Max Heyob (guitar/vocals), Tony Stinett (drums), Mark Stinett (bass), Chris Willsey (percussion/vocals), Cole Swany (keyboard) and Chuck Wilson (guitar). During this performance they filled the studio with energy as they warmed up for their gig at the Players Pub the next night. …

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Local Live – Blood Red Moon – January 10, 2018

Jared Spoonmore twists folk and metal together in a project called Blood Red Moon. He started his musical journey on tuba but after being exposed to bands like Metallica, Nirvana and Green Day, he was inspired to start playing guitar at 13. He played in a metal band called Purgatorium right out of high school before turning back to acoustic …

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