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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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Local Live – Bullet Points


Bullet Points brings their blend of moody indie rock to WFHB, weaving together a few slightly different alternative styles. The band members, David Hazel (vocals, guitar), TJ Briggs (guitar), David Barajas (bass) and Matthew Beaumont (drums) hail from bands such as the Lemonheads, Extra Blue Kind, State, Beta Male and Coolidge. 1. Tinnitus 2. Is This the Way? 3. Leave …

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Local Live – Frankie Camaro’s Dragstrip


Frankie Camaro (guitar, vocals) returns to Local Live along with his surf rock compatriots, Keddy McClain (Bass) and Sam Pierce (Drums), known as Dragstrip. This current iteration of the band that played People’s Park in 1995 rips through rapid rocking cuts from their upcoming EP, Race 2 Infinity. 1. Dragstrip 2. Thunderbird 3. Black Hat Lounge 4. Race 2 Infinity …

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Local Live – Wife Patrol


Former Local Live Producer, Nicole O’Neal (bass, vocals), returns to the show with fellow band members, Greg O’Neill (guitar, vocals) and Natasha O’Neill (drums, vocals), for the radio-debut of Wife Patrol. They perform original songs that run the alternative rock gamut from chilled-out harmonies to punk riffs, closing out with a cover of a Nickelodeon cartoon classic. 1. HA 2. …

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Boo Seeka Interview


Boo Seeka is from Australia, a hip-hop-psych-soul/dream-tronica project that started as an outlet for a couple of musical experiments, a kind of soul petrie dish, a testing ground for new sounds. Now on their first US tour, they are appearing Saturday, September 10 at Old National Center in Indianapolis. WFHB’s Christine Brackenhoff caught up with Ben Gumbleton on the phone …

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Local Live-Coot Crabtree


Indianapolis-based performer Coot Crabtree performs his blend of classic country music with a modern sensitivity to create a sound he describes as “trucker folk.” The songs contain elements of heartbreak and isolation, indicative of a life on the road. 1. Quarantine 2. The Season Between 3. Over You 4. Blue Jay 5. Save My Name 6. The Lost Highway Hosted …

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Local Live – Fistful of Bacon

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Fistful of Bacon has won a few awards at various blues competitions and have finished as finalists at a few others. A quick listen to their eclectic mix of sounds, composed by singer/bassist Jeff Shew and singer/guitarist Marv Druin, show why these are well-deserved accolades. The founder of the band, Eric Gaylord, rounds out the meaty compositions on drums, with …

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Local Live – Slip Me 5


Slip Me 5 swings into the WFHB studios to perform another jazzy set. The quartet transports listeners back to the first half of the twentieth century in their renditions of jazz standards. The members include Lulu Claudele (Martha Burton), vocals; Lucky O’Beirne (Cliff Gammon), guitar and vocals; Lunchmeat Lindoo (Michael Lindeau), fiddle; Ron Midnight (Patrick Callanan), upright bass 1. Fat …

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