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Local Live – Sphie

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With multi-genred roots, Sphie combines an eclectic blend of soul, pop and R&B with operatic undertones. Sultry melody lines mixed with percussive and descriptive lyricism paint her portrait of sound.

Songs:
1. Jump In
2. Pigs Ears N’ Honey
3. Music in the Movement
4. Without Any Lights On
5. Love Will Heal This World

Sphie Holman (vocals, piano), Jamal Borden (piano)

Engineered by Jim Lang
Mixed by Jar

Local Live – Sir Deja Doog

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For this week’s Local Live we are joined by Sir Deja Doog.

Song list:
1. Kami Kaze Crucifix
2. Medusa’s Garden
3. Love Coffin
4. Portal of Doom
5. Rambler’s Curse
6. Sharlene
7. Above Your Head
8 ‘Cuz I Care

Firehouse Sessions – Julianna Barwick

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Julianna Barwick performs in studio for our Firehouse Sessions series. As a one-woman-show, she captivates audiences with her beautifully haunting vocal loops and lush keys.

Firehouse Sessions bring you the best local, national and international musical acts for intimate performances and exclusive interviews.

 

Firehouse Sessions – Otaak Band

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Otaak Band, consisting of a coalition of Indiana resident Miguel Merino and Sudanese Ahmed Said Abuamna, join us for our Firehouse Session series to preform their unique compositions made up of percussion, vocals and the exotic masankop.

Local Live – Jesse Lacy

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Jesse Lacy joins us in the WFHB studio for another heartfelt Local Live session.

Song list:
1. Like I Did
2. Love Evolving
3. Nobody Gives It Time
4. Enjoy A Good Thing
5. I Won’t Let You Down
6. Better

Local Live – Ryan M. Brewer

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Ryan M. Brewer (vocals, guitar)

Appearances on Blooming-Tunes and the Players Pub Songwriter Showcase have brought Indianapolis’s Ryan M. Brewer into the Bloomington community. Hear songs from his first release and upcoming album. His soulful lyrics and spirited playing will set you in the right mood for listening.

Track List:

1. This Is Me
2. What You Think
3. What You Mad About
4. Strings
5. I Would

Local Live – Skeleton Men

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Skeleton Men: Alex Hamel (bass), Michael Morgan (guitar), Danny McKinley (drums)

Bold, dark, instrumental, and surf-rock are words that come mind with Bloomington trio Skeleton Men

1. Witches March
2. Next Victim
3. Summer City
4. Dean Man Waltz
5. Tsunami
6. Unrestricted Submarine Warfare

Krista Detor & Friends – WFHB Local Live Remote Broadcast Part 2

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On Wednesday, December 4, 2013, WFHB’s Local Live crew headed to Airtime Studio for a remote broadcast with Krista Detor and her many musical friends – Tim Grimm, David Weber, Amanda Biggs, Steve Mascari, Jim Krause, Anne Hurley, Janiece Jaffe and Justin Teague. Celebrating new albums, along with some holiday cheer.
SETLIST Part 2
Krista Detor – “Sheriff Santa”
Janiece Jaffe – Santa Baby
Tim Grimm – “Merry Christmas from the Family”
Krista Detor – “Must Be Christmas Morning”
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley
Amanda Biggs & Krista Detor – “More Than I Dare Say”
Krista Detor – “Better Than This”
Tim Grimm – “The Longest Night”
Krista Detor – “Castle In Wales”
Justin Teague – “The Christmas Song”
Krista Detor – “Christmas in London”

Krista Detor & Friends – WFHB Local Live Remote Broadcast Part 1

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On Wednesday, December 4, 2013, WFHB’s Local Live crew headed to Airtime Studio for a remote broadcast with Krista Detor and her many musical friends – Tim Grimm, David Weber, Amanda Biggs, Steve Mascari, Jim Krause, Anne Hurley, Janiece Jaffe and Justin Teague. Celebrating new albums, along with some holiday cheer.
SETLIST PART 1
Krista Detor – “Red Velvet Box
Tim Grimm – “King of the Folksingers”
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley – “Gabriola”
Krista Detor – “Blowing Kisses”
Amanda Biggs & Justin Teague – “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”
Krista Detor – “Steal Me a Car”
Krista Detor – “Belle of the Ball”
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley – “Persephonie”
Krista Detor – “Flat Earth Diary”

Firehouse Follies – “Leftover Turkeys”

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Firehouse Follies’ “Leftover Turkeys”  with special musical guest: songwriter Michael Smith. They were joined by Arbutus Cunningham, Art Heckman, the WFHB Gospel Gurlz, the Firehouse Rounders, and the Unusual Suspects Radio Acting Troupe for a live performance at the Ivy Tech Waldron Auditorium.

Norm Crampton of Bloom Magazine recently wrote a great piece about Firehouse Follies. Read it here.

“Leftover Turkeys” was made possible through the support of:

A Summerhouse Inn
Bloomington Area Arts Council
Cordell Construction
Ivy Tech Community College – Bloomington
Jalynn Designs

 

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