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Local Live

A weekly showcase of south central Indiana’s eclectic music scene. The producer for Local Live can be reached at locallive@wfhb.org or find out the latest information about Local Live on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/spot.firehouse.

Local Live Remote – Zion Crossroads

Set Two: Zion Crossroads – Travers Marks (vocals, guitar, songwriter), John Stith (bass), Tim Moore (drums), Doc Malone (harmonica), Richard Dugger (lead guitar), Kyle Franke   (trombone, vocals) 1. Unknown 2. Unknown 3. Unknown 4. Unknown 5. Well…All Right (Cover) 6. Unknown 7. Heart of Gold (Cover) 8. Pick a Low Road 9. Unknown Originally Aired 03/08/2017 Local Live Remote …

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Local Live Remote – Chris Dollar

Set 1: Chris Dollar (guitar, vocals, songwriter), John Bowers (mandolin), Johnny Plott (banjo). Song Titles 1. Unknown 2. Way Downtown 3. The Hoosier River Blues 4. Away, Away 5. Me and My Travelin’ Gal 6. Instrumental 7. Look Up To The Sky 8. On Top Of The World 9. Unknown 10. Unknown Originally Aired 03/08/2017 Local Live Remote Broadcast from …

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Local Live – The Clodhoppers

The Clodhoppers have been playing music together for a long time. Over that time they’ve explored blues inspired by the end of the world, and the musical inspiration of Peanut Butter Sandwiches and Guacamole. Allow Jerry Maulin, Bill Berg and Jim Wendall to take you on an Americana tour of silver linings. 1.) Global Warming: End of the World Blues …

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Local Live – One Hot Nun

Members of ONE HOT NUN are Koren Helms- Drums, Chris Ciasto- Guitar, and Skylar Delk- Bass/Vocals. They are a rock-n-roll band. One of their tag lines is “what got did, did got done, let’s praise be, to ONE HOT NUN. 1.) Soda Pop Jingle 2.) Captain 3.) Outliers Anthem 4.) I Can Change Your Mind 5.) You Should’ve known better …

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Local Live – John The Silent

John the Silent is a prolific singer/songwriter from Crawfordsville Indiana. His songs are reflective of 90’s era shoegaze rock. It’s an introspective type of folk that is emotive and personal. 1.) I Am A Boy 2.) Worktown 3.) Thin Places 4.) Boys Will Be Boys 5.) God Weighs In Originally Aired 2/15/2017 Engineers: Jim Lang, Dan Withered, Ilze Akerbergs, Kate …

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Local Live – Cool Ranch

Cool Ranch band members are Elliot Denning on bass and lead vocals, Tom Denning on guitar, and Greg Moore on drums and backing vocals. The band refers to its music as snackwave or psychedelic pop-punk. In their own words, they play “catchy melodies played loudly with a lot of snazzy guitar effects.” 1.) Party Song 2.) User Friendly Fire 3.) …

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Local Live – The Trees

Dan Stempky (guitar and vocals), Riley Castellano (guitar), Luke Farrow (Drums), and Will Bright (Bass Guitar) form this eclectic group.  In the band’s own words, “The sound of The Trees was born from a collection of influences including folk, psychedelic, rock, metal, and Bossa Nova. We thrive to capture moments of specific emotion along with provoking wild imagination.” 1.) Intro 2.) …

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Local Live – Anhedonia

Cameron Vanover, Eli Black and Matt McClanahan have been making music together for a long time. Recently they decided to give it a name and put something a little more official together. The result is a driving blend of guitars, vocals and harmonica known as Anhedonia. 1.) Scooter 2.) My Room 3.) Leftovers 4.) Lilith’s Grip 5.) Everyone’s Against Me …

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Local Live – Samuel Sheffield

Samuel Sheffield is a young artist still discovering his style and how to name it. In fact, many of his songs don’t even have titles. Despite the amorphous nature of his music, there is a definite joy that comes in its playing and listening. This performance marks his radio debut. 1.) Little Bird 2.)Three Little Birds 3.) Untitled 4.) The …

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Local Live – Kiss The Culprit

Kiss the Culprit consists of four members, Eric Alexander, Dave Segedy, Peter Doyle, and Nicholas Harley.  “We sound like a velvet underground cover band with a dust of glam and a gutter attitude that’s been forced into a late night gig where waking the neighbors means not getting paid.” -Kiss The Culprit 1.) Make It Right 2.) Gotta Get Straight …

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