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Local Live – Rest You Sleeping Giant

Rest You Sleeping Giant returns to WFHB to share his ambient songs that alternately move from a sparse lull to a more layered texture, using an effects pedal and tape loops. Vocals and a sound that is more aggressive at times are just a couple added components that have affected the music since his last performance. 1.) Theme from Frost …

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Local Live – Lilly Meister

Lilly was only 7 years old when she started playing guitar and becomming a singer-songwriter.  She is now a 17-year-old junior at Edgewood High School.  At 13, she won second place in a “Battle of the Bands Competition. 1.)Time and Idiums 2.) Everything seems to end 3) New Song 4) Rose Tinted Glasses 5.) If you died tonight Originally Aired …

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Local Live – Jack Whittle Band

Jack Whittle is joined by Doc Malone and other friends as they play through a few blues rock originals and cap the show off with a B.B. King cover. This particular blues jam takes place on Doc Malone’s birthday. 1.) Mixed Drink 2.) Blood, Sweat, Tears and Blood 3.) That’s All 4.) Factory Work 5.) Rose Tinted Glasses 6.) My …

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Local Live – John Whitcomb

John Whitcomb is a music pastor who has played heavy metal, has spent time in a cover band, and worked as a musician covering corporate events. However his main focus in making his own music is an Americana blend of styles that is at times soft-spoken and at other times gritty and bluesy. 1.) Black Coffee and Cigarettes 2.) Easy …

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Saturday’s Child with Cari Ray

Brown County Singer/Songwriter Cari Ray joined the Saturday’s Child crew for its first show of the new year at the Monroe County History Center on January 14th. Cari Ray’s songs sound authentic because they are. Born into a musical family and raised on a rural Indiana farm, her musical roots were planted in Bluegrass,Blues and Southern Gospel. Backup vocals provided by Dionne Ward …

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WFHB’s Top 100 Albums of 2016

2016 was a great year in music. WFHB’s resident statistics geek, Tall Steve, drilled deep into our Spinitron database to find out what albums received the most airplay by our volunteer DJs in 2016. 16 albums on the list are local music, with 10 local releases in the top 30 – including our #1 album, Erin Tobey’s Middlemaze. WFHB TOP …

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Tall Steve’s NYE Countdown 2016 – Saturday at 9pm

2016 was a great year in music. WFHB’s resident statistics geek, Tall Steve, just drilled deep into our Spinitron database to find out what albums received the most airplay picks by our volunteer DJs this year. Tune in New Years Eve at 9pm for our annual Tall Steve’s New Years Eve Countdown. From 9 until Midnight, Steve will count down …

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Saturday’s Child – Craig Brenner and Ross Martinie Eiler

December’s Saturday’s Child features Craig Brenner and Ross Martinie Eiler, two of Bloomington’s premier tinklers of the ivories.

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WFHB Music presents “London Calling” Marathon

WFHB has a listening alternative for you this holiday weekend – an eight hour marathon of Joe Strummer’s London Calling – airing on WFHB Friday night 12/23 at 9pm and Saturday night 12/24 at 6pm. Joe Strummer, the legendary gravel-voiced punk-poet from The Clash who died December 22, 2002, loved to listen to music on the radio. Even as he …

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WFHB Firehouse Session with TV Mike

August 19, 2016 – TV Mike performed live on WFHB the afternoon before a private house concert in Bloomington. Songs performed: “Reading All Zeros”, Put Stuff In The Ground”, “Water For Friction”. 12/20 UPDATE: TV Mike has moved back to Bloomington and is performing with The Scarecrowes on New Years Eve in Bloomington, Saturday 12/31, opening for The Rev. Peyton’s …

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