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Local Live – Johnny Bennett

Back in town after months in London, seasoned troubadour Johnny Bennett stops by WFHB to perfom songs from his upcoming album and offer advise on life in the music industry. 1. Fireflies 2. Baby I’m in Love with You 3. Worth Anything 4. Miss Tenderbell 5. The Second Floor Local Live was recorded and engineered by Jim Lang Produced by …

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Local Live – Adult Tooth

Adult Tooth, consisting of local songwriter Dan Stevenson paired up with Andy Shaw (in his last Bloomington performance), debut a few tunes from their upcoming release Actual Hell. 1. Four Seasons 2. Robert’s Western World 3. Actual Hell 4. Memorial Day 5. Nova Scotia Local Live was recorded and engineered by Jim Lang Produced by Nicole O’Neal Post-production by Jar …

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Saturday’s Child – Sad Sam Blues Jam

Saturday’s Child is WFHB’s longest running live, remote broadcast featuring local musicians from all walks of life. Check out this archived session featuring the Sad Sam Blues Jam. See more at: https://www.reverbnation.com/thesadsambluesjam   Originally Aired: 12/08/2012

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Firehouse Follies – The End of Time

This edition of the WFHB Firehouse Follies, “The End of Time,” explores what might happen if the world does indeed end on December 21st. Our musical guest is guitar virtuoso Michael Kelsey, along with The Gospel Gurlz, The Firehouse Rounders, and the Unusual Suspects radio acting troupe. Recorded live in the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center. Supported by FARM …

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Saturday’s Child – Eric Merrill & Sam Bartlett

Saturday’s Child is WFHB’s longest running live, remote broadcast featuring local musicians from all walks of life. Check out this archived session featuring Eric Merrill & Sam Bartlett. Find out more about Sam Bartlett here: http://www.sambartlett.com/music.html   Originally Aired: 07/11/1998

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Saturday’s Child – Mostly Water

Saturday’s Child is WFHB’s longest running live, remote broadcast featuring local musicians from all walks of life. Check out this archived session featuring Mostly Water. You can see more from them at http://mostlywatermusic.com/ Originally Aired 09/14/1996

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