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WFHB TOP ALBUMS 6.27.17

1. Nite Jewel – Too High 2. Tanika Charles – Soul Run 3. Nina Miranda – Freedom of Movement 4. Ozomatli – Non-Stop: Mexico To Jamaica 5. Trombone Shorty – Parking Lot Symphony 6. Rev. Sekou – In Times Like These 7. Blondie – Pollinator 8. Aldous Harding – Party 9. Gorillaz – Humanz 10. The Secret Sisters – You …

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Local Live – Blood Red Moon

Blood Red Moon (Jared Spoonmore and Jay Hayse) play apocalyptic, metal-influenced, acoustic rock. The two are from Bedford and have been playing together since the age of 13. They are looking to complete their ensemble with a drummer and perhaps a move to electrical instruments. In the meantime, they are managing a fairly wicked message of doom with their current …

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Dylvin and the Chauffers

On June 10th Dylvin and the Chauffers,  joined Saturday’s Child at the Monroe County History Center. Old-time music played by young people. Dylvin and the Chauffers, the Deckard family band.

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Firehouse Sessions – Joan Shelley

On May 31, Joan Shelley and Nathan Salzburg stopped by the WFHB studios before the evening’s show at the Bishop. Bloomington is the first stop on Joan’s tour in support of her most recent album titled, Joan Shelley. SONGS PERFORMED: 1. We’d Be Home 2. Pull Me Up One More Time 3. If the Storms Never Came 4. Cost of …

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Local Live – Cody Ikerd and The Sidewinders

Cody Ikerd and The Sidewinders play traditional outlaw country music in the vein of Merle Haggard, whom they covered in their performance. They’ve had the opportunity to open for The Kentucky Headhunters and Nashville’s Mark Collie. The band consists of Cody Ikerd (vocals, acoustic guitar), Jason Thompson (Lead Guitar), Chuck Crawford (Bass), and Donnie Hill (drums). 1.) Honest Man 2.) …

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Lotus Live: Rahim Alhaj

WFHB Lotus Live Session March 20, 2017 Iraqi oud musician and composer Rahim AlHaj combines traditional Iraqi maqams with contemporary styling and influence. Virtuosically playing on an instrument that spans 5,000 years, Rahim’s music represents a unique voice that speaks passionately to contemporary listeners of every musical background. Deftly combining traditional Iraqi maqams with contemporary stylings and influences, AlHaj seeks …

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WFHB Top Albums 5.30.17

1. Blondie – Pollinator 2. Joan Shelley – Joan Shelley 3. Preservation Hall Jazz Band – So It Is 4. Gorillaz – Humanz 5. Kendrick Lamar – Damn 6. Pokey LaFarge – Manic Revelations 7. She-Devils – She-Devils 8. Los Straitjackets – What’s So Funny About…Los Straitjackets 9. Trombone Shorty – Parking Lot Symphony 10. Willie Nelson – God’s Problem …

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Local Live – The Stone Parachutes

The Stone Parachutes’ are a multi-genre band. Their music spans rock, pop, blues, and many others. While the band has been playing together for only a few months, they have had a number of gigs – The Players Pub, Upland Brewery, Tin Roof (Indianapolis), and Stable Studios Open Jam. The band members are Connor Andrei- bass, John Donlon- Drums, Lilly …

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WFHB Top Albums 5.23.17

1. Trombone Shorty – Parking Lot Symphony 2. Willie Nelson – God’s Problem Child 3. Gorillaz – Humanz 4. Dan Withered – Stranger In Town 5. John Mellencamp – Sad Clowns & Hillbillies 6. Pokey LaFarge – Manic Revelations 7. Joan Shelley – Joan Shelley 8. Tedeschi Trucks Band – Live From The Fox Oakland 9. Los Straitjackets – What’s …

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Local Live – Blind Uncle Harry

Blind Uncle Harry are specialists in shredding, sing-alongs and “hillbilly hippy haiku folk rock.” The band sometimes varies in style and size. We were fortunate enough to have Chris Doran and Sadie Dainko stop by the station and offer a musical antidote to these politically poisonous times. In their own words, “just because Donald Trump is president doesn’t mean you’ve …

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