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Local Live – Unions

Unions warmed up our studio with their rock and roll party music. We dare you to try standing still through this set.

Songs:

1. All I Did Was Love You, I Don’t Know Why I’m Going to Jail
2. Cold Wind
3. The Coast
4. Today is the Day… or maybe tomorrow
5. Start Your Car

Local Live – Poor Islero

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Bernard Kincius has been making music in Bloomington for years, but Poor Islero is the first project in which he acts as principle songwriter. Joined by his brother Drew on drums and Chris Stearly on bass, their blend of heavy (with a tinge of pop) rock music is as profound as it is loud.

Songs:
1. Our Adventure
2. Say Hey
3. Pimp-Go
4. Freedom for the Few
5. Dream Team

Poor Islero: Bernard Kincius (guitar, vocals), Drew Kincius (drums, vocals), Chris Stearly (bass)

Engineers: Jim Lang, Dan Withered
Produced by Nichole O’Neal
Executive Producer is Jim Manion

Local Live – Steve Boller

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A little Jason Mraz a little James Taylor… Steve Boller has singer-songwriter pop in the bag with his upbeat songs and melodic fingerpicking style.

Local Live – Community Currency

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Loud, intense, and heartfelt are perfect descriptors for Bloomington’s Community Currency.

1. Feel the Same
2. Better Day
3. Mouse Teeth (This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb! cover)
4. Speaking Our Minds
5. What We Believe
6. One of the Greatest Things

Community Currency: Matt Romy (guitar, vocals), Nick Romy (bass, vocals), Susan Anderson (fiddle, vocals), Ben Fowler (drums)

Host: Nicole O’Neal
Engineers: Jim Lang, Dan Withered
Executive Producer: Jim Manion

Firehouse Follies – “Fowl Experiences!”

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Firehouse Follies’ “Fowl Experiences”  with special musical guests: Small Potatoes. They are joined by storyteller 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 Whikehart Auditorium.

Recorded live on March 23 at 4 p.m. and broadcasted on WFHB 91.3 FM, 98.1 FM in downtown Bloomington, 100.7 in Nashville, or 106.3 FM in Ellettsville.

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

“Fowl Experiences” was made possible through the support of:

Ivy Tech Community College – Bloomington
Jalynn Designs

 

Local Live – The Post

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The Post has been performing in Bloomington for many years with different members. Tonight they bring their heavy, dark tones in support of an upcoming album.

Song list:
1. Scar
2. Redactable
3. State Trooper (Bruce Springsteen cover)
4. Raya

The Post: Oliver Boch (guitar, vocals), Nick Jeffries (bass), Danny McKinley (drums)

Producer/Host: Nicole O’Neal
Engineers: Jim Lang, Dan Withered
Executive Producer: Jim Manion
Mixed by Jar

Local Live – Frankie & The Witch Fingers

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Frankie and the Witch Fingers is pure rock and roll that makes every listener get up and dance. This session features all new tunes from they yet to be released album.

Song list:

1. Flower Pedals
2. Knife Fight
3. Vibrations
4. Diamonds
5. Revival

Engineered by Dan Withered
Mixed by Jar

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

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

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