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Firehouse Sessions – Joan Shelley

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Joan Shelly is a singer-songwriter from Louisville, Kentucky. She stopped by WFHB for a Firehosue Session before her show at The Backdoor. This session features songs from her new album ‘Electric Ursa.

Hosted by Jim Manion
Engineered by Jim Lang & Dan Withered
Produced by Katie Moulton

Originally aired on October 23, 2014.

Local Live – Opal Fly & KAPOW!

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Ever heard of electroacousticragamafunkjazz? Well, you have now! Opal Fly & KAPOW! join us for an unforgettable Local Live performance and interview!

SONGS
1. Allow Yourself to Coast
2. Here’s a Call
3. Newlyweds
4. Hypnotic Changes
5. Kick

Opal Fly and KAPOW! is Opal Fly - vocals, guitar, saxophone. Mark Buschkill – bass. Donn Middleton – drums.

Hosted by Jar
Engineered by Dan Withered, Jim Lang, and Matt Gwaltney
Produced by Erin Tobey
Executive Producer is Jim Manion

Firehouse Sessions – Ed Kabotie

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Ed Kabotie joins us for an exclusive Firehouse Lounge session!

Ed Kabotie traveled to Bloomington, Indiana in honor of Native American Heritage Month this past November. He is from the Hopi village of Shungopavi in northern Arizona, and the Tewa village of Khap’o Owinge – Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico. Kabotie’s music incorporates important messages including the protection of the environment and the sacredness of the land. “We feel we were given the land as
trustees…It’s everybody’s responsibility to take care of it and to live life in a balanced way in harmony.”

It is not often that one encounters a Native American musician like Kabotie, who sings in 3 different languages – Hopi, Tewa and English. By incorporating “looping” technology, Kabotie creates electroacoustic Native American music with his guitar and flute that is grounded in his heritage “born out of meditations,” but is also influenced by rock and reggae. He is a solo artist, but also plays vocals/guitar for Los Coyotes or Tha Yoties (a rock/reggae trio based in Flagstaff, Arizona), vocals/guitar for Twin Rivers (a Nu-Native band based out of Sante Fe, New Mexico), and the drums for Summit Dub Squad (A Reggae/Hip-hop band based in Flagstaff, Arizona). “Loloma” is from his album Origins, and “Don’t Worry be Hopi” is from his new album Shadowed by the Mountain. For more information go to edkabotie.com, and/or like him of Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/edkabotie.

Hosted by Davina Two Bears.

Originally broadcast on November 11, 2014.

Local Live – Rusted String Swindlers

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Rusted String Swindlers bring us “that high lonesome sound” for another unforgetable Local Live experience!

SONGS
1. Winding River
2. John Hardy
3. Your Hand in Mine
4. Rabbit in a Log
5. White House Blues
6. Stockade Blues

Originally aired on 12/17/2014.

Firehouse Follies – Forbidden Vegetables

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The WFHB Unusual Suspects Radio Acting Troupe is pleased to announce that two of our more popular characters from shows past–Penelope Pringle, vascular recovery nurse, and Oprah Operagurl, the only opera singer in the world to accompany herself on the violin–have time in their busy schedules to join us for “Forbidden Vegetables,” the winter edition of the Firehouse Follies.Plus, special musical guests Harpeth Rising.

Local Live – Blind Uncle Harry

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Blind Uncle Harry joins WFHB’s Local Live, bringing in a small army of musicians to delight us with their own special blend of hillbilly hippy haiku folk rock action!

Originally broadcast on November 12, 2014.

Local Live – Craig Thurston

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Singer-songwriter Craig Thurston revists WFHB’s Local Live to perform and share his love for the iconic folk singers of the past.

SONGS
1. Back in the Crazy Days
2. Shine
3. The Fire is Burning
4. Burning Bridges
5. Mad All the Time

Recorded live on December 10, 2015.

Firehouse Follies presents ‘Forbidden Vegetables’ December 14 feat. Harpeth Rising

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The WFHB Unusual Suspects Radio Acting Troupe is pleased to announce that two of our more popular characters from shows past–Penelope Pringle, vascular recovery nurse, and Oprah Operagurl, the only opera singer in the world to accompany herself on the violin–have time in their busy schedules to join us for “Forbidden Vegetables,” the winter edition of the Firehouse Follies.Plus, special musical guests Harpeth Rising. Join us at 4 p.m. Dec. 14 at the Ivy Tech Waldron Whikehart Morris Auditorium to see what they’re up to. You’ll be glad you did!

Local Live Remote – Krista Detor and Friends from Airtime Studios, Part 2

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Our annual Winter Holiday show from Airtime Studios with Krista Detor, Jason Wilber, Amanda Biggs, David Weber, Justin Teague, John Missick, Steve Mascari, Ella Poletti, Michael White.

SONGS
1. Justin Teague – Over The Rainbow 2. Krista Detor – My Love’s Eyes 3. Michael White – It’s A Wonderful Life 4. Michael White and Krista Detor – Christmas On The Moon 5. Ella Poletti – Love Is Christmas 6. Ella Poletti – Hallelujah 7. Amanda Biggs and Justin Teague – Baby, It’s Cold Outside 8. Michael Whie – Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas 9. Krista Detor – Sheriff Santa From Montana 10. Amanda Biggs and Justin Teague – O Holy Night 11. Krista Detor – Awake The Voice

Local Live Remote – Krista Detor and Friends from Airtime Studios, Part 1

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Our annual Winter Holiday show from Airtime Studios with Krista Detor, Jason Wilber, Amanda Biggs, David Weber, Justin Teague, John Missick, Steve Mascari, Ella Poletti, Michael White.

SONGS
1. Krista Detor – Sibling Rivalry 2. Krista Detor – Red Velvet Box 3. Jason Wilber – Lazy Afternoon 4. Jason Wilber – Silver Bells 5. Amanda Biggs and Justin Teague – Peace On Earth 6. Amanda Biggs and Justin Teague – White Christmas 7. Krista Detor – More Than I Dare Say 8. Krista Detor – Castle In Wales 9. Steve Mascari – Feliz Navidad 10. Jason Wilber – Heaven 11. Krista Detor – Christmas In London

 

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