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Firehouse Sessions – Syd Straw and Don Piper


For this special on-location session, the WFHB microphones landed in an Airstream trailer owned by the hosts of Syd and Don’s October house concert in Indianapolis. The session was overseen by Syd’s manager/dog, Carol Burnett, who makes an appearance mid-session. Songs performed: “When My Ship Comes In”, “Million Miles”, “Think Too Hard” Recorded and Produced by Jim Manion: October 1, …

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Local Live – Dave Stewart


Dave Stewart injured his hand and was unable to play guitar as planned for this session. However, he brought some early recordings from musical sessions with his family and discussed the delightful process of writing, creating and performing music with his son and daughter. We spun tunes from these early recordings and Stephanie interviewed Dave with an enlightened insight into …

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Fire House Sessions – Mike Doughty


In his first time visiting in studio Mike Doughty brings us some new tracks off his new CD the Heart Watches and the Brain Burns. Fresh out of poetry school Doughty brings shares his thoughts on Bob Dylan, lyricism equating to Nobel Prizes and rock operas. Click that play button and take a listen in this episode of Firehouse Sessions! …

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My Bubba: 2016 WFHB Lotus Live broadcast from Blockhouse Studios


September 17, 2016 My Larsdotter and Bubba Tomasdottir make soulful, sensual, unhurried music that’s as playful as it is powerful. The sparse songs sometimes feature a cappella, body percussion, or simple acoustic arrangements. The lyrics are deceptively simple, sounding at times like found poetry.  “With just a guitar and vocals, they are mesmerizing in their softer-than-soft, lilting songs,” writes Amos …

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Local Live – Straight Up Chumps


The Straight Up Chumps play music that oscillates between blues, rock and jam psychedelia. The band performs for the sake of the music but also for the sake of charities such as Race for the Cure, Autism Speaks and others. The Chumps are made up of Seagers Rodriguez (bass, lead vocals), Ross Johnson (guitar, keys), Aryn Ross (guitar, backing vocals) …

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Saturday’s Child presents: Jason & Ginger


Join us at 11 a.m. this Saturday, October 8, as the Saturday’s Child crew presents local duet Jason and Ginger for a special Saturday’s Child broadcast live from the Monroe County History Center. Help Jason Fickel and Ginger Curry celebrate the release of their new CD and help WFHB celebrate local music at the area’s longest-running live music show. As always, …

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Local Live – Clayton Schroeder


Clayton Schroeder has been playing music and writing songs for the last decade in the times that life has allowed. He’s recently had a run of creative productivity that has led to submitting his material to the Ferdinand Folk Festival, performing at SummerSong in Evansville, and now showcasing his music on WFHB. 1. Student of the Times 2. Trip 3. …

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Local Live – Mighty Brother


Mighty Brother, who started in Bloomington and resides in New Orleans, visits WFHB as part of their Big & Beautiful Tour. The relatively new band is starting work on their sophomore album as they discover the evolution of their musical outfit and its sound. 1. Monkey Bars 2. Barbaro 3. Yours & Mine 4. Elevator Man 5. Shake the Night …

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Local Live – Anna Wrasse


Anna Wrasse makes her radio debut at WFHB, following an award-winning performance and the Ferdinand Folk Festival. Gifted and young, Anna started playing piano at the age of 6, guitar at the age of 10, and she has put out her first album at the age of 13. 1. 2 a.m. 2. At Night 3. Speaking in Silence 4. Burn …

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Local Live – Shaggy Wonda


This Rock ‘n Roll band likes their songs long, genre-hopping and intense. Shaggy Wonda will be following their stop at WFHB with a performance at the Hyperion Festival to cap off the summer, or kick off the fall, depending on which way you look at it. 1. Simply Kind 2. Sock It To Me 3. Fade Away Originally aired on …

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