Sun King Studio 92: G. Love & North Mississippi Allstars

Experience the music of your favorite WTTS artists in Sun King Studio 92.
Intimate performances in our downtown studio with a chance to meet the artist. Become a 92-3 VIP for your chance to receive your exclusive invitation to performances.

G. Love on January 16th, courtesy of Thirty Tigers.
North Mississippi Allstars on January 23rd, courtesy of New West.  
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G. Love In Sun King Studio 92

Photo Courtesy Rhythm In Focus Photography

Photo Courtesy Rhythm In Focus Photography

G. Love stopped by Sun King Studio 92 Powered By Klipsch Audio on July 2, 2014. Enjoy the session below!

“Morning Comes Too Soon”

“Back To Boston”

“Bad Girl Baby Blues”

“Milk And Sugar”

“Stone Me”

“Fixin’ To Die”

“Too Much Month”


Remember, Sun King Studio 92 sessions are for 92-3 VIPs only. If you’re not a VIP, take 20 seconds to sign up for free, then stop by the VIP Room to register to be in the live studio audience at an upcoming performance.

Photos Courtesy Rhythm In Focus Photography.

G. Love In Sun King Studio 92

G. Love stopped by Sun King Studio 92 on February 25, 2011. Enjoy the music and conversation below!


“Milk And Sugar”

“Katie Miss”

“The Road”


“Take Me Back”

“Shootin’ Hoops”

“Booty Call”

“Fixin’ To Die”

Rock To Read: Lyle Lovett & John Hiatt Recap

Tuesday night, October 20th, the Murat Theatre at Old National Centre in Indianapolis filled with the fans of both John Hiatt and Lyle Lovett. The two legendary singer-songwriters took the stage for the second WTTS Rock To Read show of the year. WTTS Rock To Read benefit concerts help to raise money for children’s reading programs through the Indianapolis Public Library.

John Hiatt is a Hoosier singer-songwriter who has written Americana, folk rock, and country blues songs since he moved to Nashville when he was eighteen. Hiatt’s songs have been covered by many other successful musicians. Lyle Lovett is a Texan country folk, Americana, and bluegrass songwriter. Both saw most of their success throughout the 1980s and 1990s.

Once Hiatt and Lovett were introduced to the theatre audience, they entered the stage to a standing ovation without having played one song yet. That was an incredible kick-start to the acoustic evening. The stage setup was simple and focused on the two musicians. The two sat in chairs in the middle of the stage. A table of waters and harmonicas sat between them and they were each surrounded by two guitars which they played all evening. No stage hand entered the audience’s vision all evening and it felt informal and relaxed, yet Hiatt and Lovett’s professional and classy demeanor could be felt from start to finish.

Hiatt opened the show with “Detroit Made” and Lovett covered Chuck Berry’s “Brown Eyed Handsome Man” to get the evening started. The two musicians have been friends for years, and it was obvious to the audience. Lovett, the younger of the two, showed open affection for his role model that he shared the stage with. Lovett served as the emcee for the evening, interviewing Hiatt about his favorite guitars, his hippie tendencies, and his time growing up in Indianapolis. Hiatt admitted that “It’s always great to come home” and reminisced on days of being the “ghost of bars past,” playing a coffeehouse on Indiana Avenue, Crazy Al’s, The Vogue, and The Patio in Broad Ripple.

Hiatt and Lovett are both extremely talented guitar players. They discussed the guitars they brought with them (Hiatt’s 1947 Gibson LG2 is notably cool) and the coolest guitars they’ve ever played. Hiatt complimented Lovett on his “damn fancy pickin’” and no one could have described it better. Both musicians had wonderful senses of humor as the two went back and forth with witty banter and comic rapport all night. The men also seemed relatable as they told stories of the past and their homes. Lyle Lovett introduced “White Boy Lost In The Blues” by saying he heard it in 1978 and thought, “This is my life…they know me.” Who hasn’t felt that way?

Highlights of the night included Hiatt’s “Perfectly Good Guitar,” “Feels Like Rain,” “Slow Turnin’” (by request), and “Real Fine Love.” Lovett played crowd favorites “Record Lady” (by request), “Nobody Knows Me,” “If I Had A Boat,” and “Up In Indiana.” The evening closed with Lovett’s “My Baby Don’t Tolerate” before an encore of Hiatt’s “Have A Little Faith In Me” and Lovett’s “Church.”

Lovett admitted near the end of the spectacular evening that they were “proud to be at the Old National Centre and the Murat Theatre at the same time” and the crowd roared with laughter. Indianapolis fans and WTTS listeners were absolutely smitten by the pair of singer-songwriters. John Hiatt and Lyle Lovett’s modern-day vaudeville show provided comedic interest on a stage that was inevitably beaming with years of artistry and craftsmanship.

The final WTTS Rock To Read benefit concert of the season is coming up! Tickets are on sale now for Guster at the Old National Centre on November 13th. Don’t miss the final chance to benefit children’s reading programs in the Indianapolis area and see a WTTS favorite artist.


All photos courtesy of Rhythm In Focus Photography.
Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt Rock To Read 10-20-15

WTTS OverEasy: May 17, 2020

Start and end Sundays with WTTS OverEasy. Brad Holtz plays a variety of laid-back World Class Rock, with singer-songwriters, deep album tracks, in-studio recordings, and live exclusives from Sun King Studio 92. Catch OverEasy Sundays from 7 to 11 a.m. (and the replay from 7 to 11 p.m.)

This Sunday (5/17)

This week, hear new music from Ray Lamontagne and Jackson Browne plus live songs from Brandi Carlile and G. Love in Sun King Studio 92.  


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Sun King Studio 92

Sun King Studio 92 is the WTTS live performance space in downtown Indianapolis. 92-3 VIPs are invited to attend these intimate, acoustic Sun King Studio 92 tapings, and always receive advance word about the shows through 92-3 VIP-mail (click here to become a 92-3 VIP today). Listen to 92-3 WTTS to hear live Sun King Studio 92 performances, or click here to check out the latest sessions.

The Avett Brothers – 11/4/16

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie – 12/1/15

Vance Joy

Vance Joy – 9/16/15

Cage The Elephant

Cage The Elephant – 6/8/15

Spoon - 9/12/14

Spoon – 9/12/14

Amos Lee - 11/9/13

Amos Lee – 11/9/13

The Head And The Heart - 10/24/13

The Head And The Heart – 10/24/13

Tristan Prettyman - Date

Tristan Prettyman – 4/10/13

Atlas Genius - 2/28/13

Atlas Genius – 2/28/13

Imagine Dragons - November 27, 2012

Imagine Dragons – 11/27/12

Sun King Studio 92 Spotlight: Tune in weekdays at 2pm for the Sun King Studio 92 Spotlight. We’ll play a live performance from the vast live archives of Sun King Studio 92 each day.

Here are the artists who’ve stopped by over the years:












Click here for a list of Sun King Studio 92 performances from 2009 and earlier.

WTTS OverEasy: March 3, 2019

Start and end Sundays with WTTS OverEasy. Brad Holtz plays a variety of laid-back World Class Rock, with singer-songwriters, deep album tracks, in-studio recordings, and live exclusives from Sun King Studio 92. Catch OverEasy Sundays from 7 to 11 a.m. (and the replay from 7 to 11 p.m.)

This Sunday (3/3)

Join Brad Holtz this Sunday from 7 to 11 a.m. and p.m. for WTTS OverEasy, featuring a variety of laid back acoustic tracks and exclusives from Sun King Studio 92. This week…

  • Brand new solo material from former Civil Wars members John Paul White and Joy Williams.
  • Plus, live tracks from G. Love and Brett Dennen in Sun King Studio 92.

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WTTS 25 Years in 25 Days

92-3 WTTS is turning 25! It was 1992 when WTTS launched a different kind of radio station. “World Class Rock” was on the air and now, 25 years later, we’re still at, and still independently owned and operated.

Now through August 25th, we’ll remember the music, movies, news and happenings of each year since our 1992 debut. It’s 25 Years In 25 Days. Hear these hour-long flashbacks weekdays at noon and 6pm, with replays from the week every Saturday morning from 7 to noon. 25 Years In 25 Days, presented by Puccini’s Pizza and Pasta, and brought to you by McGee Jewelers, Noah’s Animal Hospital, Brothers Floor Covering, and the Bar Band Bar Crawl.

Stop by any of these locations for great shows that are a part of the Bar Band Bar Crawl, Wednesday-Friday nights thru September 1st. Drink Specials provided by Evan Williams, Larceny Bourbon, and Lunazul Tequila.


What did the past 25 years look like? Click here to see our very first presence on the World Wide Web (c.1996), and explore below.



















WTTS’ Brad Holtz had a chance to speak with Chris Martin of Coldplay

WTTS’ Paul Mendenhall caught up with Mark Knopfler

KT Tunstall, Fitz & The Tantrums and G. Love stopped by Sun King Studio 92


WTTS’ Paul Mendenhall caught up with Annie Lennox

KT Tunstall, The Doobie Brothers and David Gray stopped by Sun King Studio 92


WTTS’ Laura Duncan spoke with Will Butler of Arcade Fire, Rick Ocasek of The Cars and Robert Plant

WTTS’ Paul Mendenhall caught up with Derek Trucks

John HiattFitz & The Tantrums and G. Love stopped by Sun King Studio 92


Imagine DragonsEd Sheeran and The Lumineers stopped by Sun King Studio 92


WTTS’ Laura Duncan gained an exclusive interview with Sir Paul McCartney

The Head and The HeartWarren Haynes and Matt Nathanson stopped by Sun King Studio 92


WTTS’ Brad Holtz spoke with Patrick Carney of The Black Keys

WTTS’ Laura Duncan caught up with Jack Johnson

St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Spoon and Phillip Phillips stopped by Sun King Studio 92


WTTS’ Rob Humphrey had a chance to catch up with rock legend Moon Taxi before the WTTS Christmas Can Concert

Cage The Elephant and Death Cab For Cutie stopped by Sun King Studio 92


WTTS’ Rob Humphrey had a chance to catch up with rock legend Gregg Allman

WTTS’ Laura Duncan chatted with Sting

The Avett Brothers stopped by Sun King Studio 92

TBD… 😉

Thank you for listening…  Brad Holtz, Paul Mendenhall & Laura Duncan

The WTTS Indy Eleven New Music Sampler

Fall New Music Sampler

Featuring 15 new tracks, The WTTS Indy Eleven New Music Sampler is now available for a limited time. Pickup your copy and enjoy these songs:

1. Chris Cornell – “Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart”
2. G. Love And Special Sauce – “Muse” (feat. Citizen Cope)
3. Blitzen Trapper – “All Across This Land”
4. Clara Nova – “An Island”
5. Boy & Bear – “Walk The Wire”
6. Holly Miranda – “All I Want Is To Be Your Girl”
7. Langhorne Slim & The Law – “Strangers”
8. Falls – “When We Were Young”
9. Houndmouth – “Say It”
10. The Saint Johns – “ShadowPlay”
11. Wild Child – “Fools”
12. Galactic – “Into the Deep” (feat. Macy Gray)
13. BOY – “We Were Here”
14. Moon Taxi – “Year Zero”
15. ALO – “The Ticket”

Pick up The WTTS Indy Eleven New Music Sampler at Tom Wood Automotive Group dealerships during normal business hours:

  • Tom Wood Porsche and Audi – 3473 East 96th Street Indianapolis IN 46240
  • Tom Wood Ford – 3130 East 96th St. Indianapolis IN 46240
  • Tom Wood Jaguar, Land Rover and Volvo – 4620 East 96th St. Indianapolis IN 46240
  • Tom Wood Toyota and Scion – 4202 Lafayette, Rd Indianapolis IN 46254
  • Tom Wood Subaru – 3230 East 96th St. Indianapolis IN 46240
  • Tom Wood Volkswagen – 4545 East 96th St. Indianapolis, IN 46240
  • Tom Wood Lexus – 4610 East 96th St. Indianapolis, IN 46240
  • Tom Wood Nissan – 4150 East 96th St. Indianapolis, IN 46240

Mother Hubbards Cupboard
Stop by Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard and make a food or pantry supply donation to receive a free copy of The WTTS Indy Eleven New Music Sampler. Donation hours are Monday – Friday from 11am to 6pm. Find out more about donating to Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard at their Official Website.

1100 W. Allen – Suite A

Bloomington, IN 47403

Holiday in carmel

Drop by The Foolery and grab a copy of The WTTS Indy Eleven New Music Sampler during normal business hours.

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Carmel, IN 46032

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Collector’s Edition Vol. 17

A holiday music tradition since 1995, the WTTS Collector’s Edition project has raised tens of thousands of dollars for worthwhile local charities in Indianapolis & Bloomington.

The WTTS Collector’s Edition Vol. 17 CD is on sale NOW.

ONLINE COPIES: Buy your copy (for a limited time) through

The Collector’s Edition Vol. 17 CD features exclusive material recorded in Sun King Studio 92 as well as live concert recordings from The Vogue, The Lawn at White River State Park and Creation Cafe. The CD will be available for a limited time for $14,99, with proceeds benefiting Rock To Read, supporting childrens reading programs through the Indianapolis Public Library. Proceeds will also benefit Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard, a Bloomington-based food pantry.

Collector’s Edition Volume 17 Track Lineup

1. Matt Nathanson “Faster” (from Sun King Studio 92)

2. Ray Lamontagne “For the Summer” (from The Lawn at WRSP)
3. Brett Dennen “The Comeback Kid” (from Sun King Studio 92)
4. Iron & Wine “Tree By The River” (from Sun King Studio 92)
5. Shawn Mullins “Light You Up” (from Sun King Studio 92)
6. KT Tunstall “Fade Like A Shadow” (from Sun King Studio 92)
7. My Morning Jacket “One Big Holiday” (from The Lawn at WRSP)
8. G. Love “Shootin’ Hoops” (from Sun King Studio 92)
9. Fitz & The Tantrums “MoneyGrabber” (from Sun King Studio 92)
10. The Head & The Heart “Lost In My Mind” (from Sun King Studio 92)
11. Sam Roberts Band “The Last Crusade” (from Creation Cafe)
12. Scars On 45 “Give Me Something” (from Sun King Studio 92)
13. Wood Brothers “Luckiest Man” (from Sun King Studio 92)
14. Foster The People “Pumped Up Kicks” (from The Vogue)

Studio 92 Performances 2005-2009


  • Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band – 12/4/09
  • Pete Yorn – 10/26/09
  • Los Lonely Boys – 10/22/09
  • Andrew Bird – 9/29/09
  • Brandi Carlile – 9/16/09
  • Cracker – 8/27/09
  • Tori Amos 8/7/09
  • Carolina Liar 8/4/09
  • Hill Country Revue – 7/31/09
  • Rhett Miller – 7/23/09
  • Devon Allman – 7/16/09
  • Jennie Devoe – 7/16/09
  • Mat Kearney – 6/30/09
  • Back Door Slam – 6/21/09
  • Ziggy Marley – 6/20/09
  • Snow Patrol – 6/5/09
  • Alternate Routes – 6/4/09
  • Carbon Leaf – 6/4/09
  • The Elms – 5/22/09
  • James Morrison – 5/5/09
  • Indigo Girls – 4/24/09
  • Green River Ordinance – 4/13/09
  • Howie Day – 3/20/09


  • Susan Tedeschi – 11/24/08
  • Sara Bareilles – 11/1/08
  • Brett Dennen – 10/9/08
  • Sonya Kitchell – 10/8/08
  • Ryan Adams & The Cardinals – 10/1/08
  • Back Door Slam – 8/15/08
  • Los Lonely Boys – 8/9/08
  • G. Love – 8/6/08
  • Tift Merritt – 7/11/08
  • Edwin McCain – 6/26/08
  • KT Tunstall – 5/21/08
  • Josh Ritter – 5/15/08
  • Mason Jennings – 5/1/08
  • Brett Dennen – 5/1/08
  • Newton Faulkner – 4/22/08
  • Mike Doughty – 3/19/08
  • Big Head Todd – 2/12/08
  • Shawn Mullins – 1/25/08


  • A.L.O. 10/19/07
  • Ryan Shaw – 10/1/07
  • Suzanne Vega – 8/21/07
  • Collective Soul (Ed Roland) – 8/4/07
  • Joan Armatrading – 6/14/07
  • John Butler Trio – 6/3/07
  • Brandi Carlile – 5/16/07
  • Jet – 5/6/07
  • Vega 4 – 4/26/07
  • JJ Grey – 4/17/07
  • Alternate Routes – 4/13/07
  • Augustana – 3/13/07
  • Paolo Nutini – 1/28/07


  • Donavon Frankenreiter – 12/5/06
  • G. Love – 11/9/06
  • Indigo Girls – 10/23/06
  • Widespread Panic – 8/8/06
  • Ray Lamontagne – 7/29/06
  • Guster – 7/29/06
  • Los Lonely Boys – 6/29/06
  • Umphrey’s McGee – 6/10/06
  • Wood Brothers – 5/11/06
  • Goo Goo Dolls – 5/2/06
  • John Butler Trio – 4/18/06
  • Mat Kearney – 3/28/06
  • David Gray – 3/6/06


  • Son Volt – 10/28/05
  • Ditty Bops– 10/23/05
  • Nickel Creek– 10/23/05
  • Amos Lee – 9/22/05
  • Luce – 7/26/05
  • Low Millions– 7/26/05
  • Spin Doctors – 7/20/05
  • Bob Schneider – 5/11/05
  • Kyle Riabko – 4/21/05
  • Marc Broussard – 3/14/05

WTTS In Conversation – Derek Trucks

WTTS In Conversation’ is a bi-weekly podcast delivering decades of WTTS interviews with music legends and emerging artists.

For Episode #36, Derek Trucks chats with morning host Matt Pelsor about the new Tedeschi Trucks Band quadruple album project I Am The Moon that comes out in stages throughout the summer. They talked about his unique style of playing, and when he realized he had a style all his own. Finally, Derek explained just what it is he loves so much about his preferred guitar, the Gibson SG.

Tedeschi Trucks Band with Los Lobos and Gabe Dixon play TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park on Tuesday, June 28th

Find “WTTS In Conversation” here.


Dave Lindquist has written about music in Indianapolis for more than two decades. Now, Dave has his own show on WTTS. Join us Monday nights at 7 for The BEAT with Dave Lindquist. Hear your next music discovery from the local and independent scene and fresh music from familiar artists.

Monday night, Dave presents new music from Bishop Briggs, Goose and Indiana artist Laura K. Balke.

Songs played on the April 25 episode:

S.G. Goodman, “All My Love is Coming Back to Me”
Skinny Dippers, “Through Tryin’ ”
Art d’Ecco, “Only Ones”
Toro y Moi, “Deja Vu”
Bishop Briggs, “High Water”
​​Amber Woodhouse featuring Wilderwater, “Biggest Little Secret”
Try the Pie, “New Dust”
Goose, “Hungersite”
Al Costelloe, “California”
Laura K. Balke, “Wichita”
Marissa Nadler, “Cold Wind Blowin’ ”
Harkin, “Body Clock”
Pure Intruders, “Just Like Everybody Else”

Saturday Afternoon Concert Series

Founders Brewing is proud to bring you a Saturday afternoon concert series at The Rathskeller, Indy’s largest and best outdoor Biergarten, all Summer long. Enjoying awesome live music every Saturday starting at 1p in the Rathskeller biergarten from the stage you know and love!


Dave Lindquist has written about music in Indianapolis for more than two decades. Now, Dave has his own show on WTTS. Join us Monday nights at 7 for The BEAT with Dave Lindquist presented by Soundspace. Hear your next music discovery from the local and independent scene and fresh music from familiar artists.

Monday night, Dave presents new music from Courtney Barnett, Beach Bunny and Indiana band Karate, Guns & Tanning.

Songs played on the Nov. 29 episode:

Nilufer Yanya, “Stabilise”
Boulevards, “Where is da Luv?”
Cola, “Blank Curtain”
Sprints, “Modern Job”
Courtney Barnett, “If I Don’t Hear from You Tonight”
Francis of Delirium, “All Love”
Valley Palace, “Patch”
Beach Bunny, “Oxygen”
Metronomy, “It’s Good to be Back”
Public Service Broadcasting featuring Andreya Casablanca, “Blue Heaven”
Karate, Guns & Tanning, “White Nights”
Anais Mitchell, “Bright Star”
Parquet Courts, “Walking at a Downtown Pace”
Camp Cope, “Blue”
The Mysterines, “Hung Up”

WTTS In conversation – Vance Joy

WTTS In Conversation’ is a bi-weekly podcast delivering decades of WTTS interviews with emerging and legendary artists.
For Episode #17, Morning host Matt Pelsor sat down with Vance Joy over Zoom to talk about the two new songs we’ve enjoyed so far in 2021. He broke down the collaborative effort that went into his song “You” with Benny Blanco and Marshmello, and talked about what it meant to break the song “Missing Piece” on the TV show Grey’s Anatomy. And because this interview was recorded while the Summer Olympics were happening, he was eager to talk about his love of skateboarding.

Find “WTTS In Conversation”, supported by Technology Recyclershere.

Counting Crows SHARE power of live music at WTTS Rock On The River

Adam Duritz, right, performs with Counting Crows band mates Dan Vickrey, left, and Jim Bogios during Tuesday’s Rock On The River show at TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park. / Dave Lindquist photo

Adam Duritz isn’t taking his return to touring for granted.

Leading Counting Crows through a career-spanning WTTS Rock On The River show Tuesday night, Duritz beamed in his role of focused, animated and good-natured storyteller.

The vocalist said Indiana’s humid weather didn’t bother him because it enhanced the feeling of being close to one another after so many months of isolation. Duritz also mentioned that being idle during the pandemic spurred him to start a Cameo profile for selling personalized videos ($150, if you’re interested). And he joked that getting back to singing detailed tunes such as “Round Here” made him resolve “to be less wordy with lyrics.”

Fortunately for listeners, it’s too late to trim the word count of “Bobby and the Rat-Kings” from current Counting Crows EP “Butter Miracle, Suite One.” As a descendent of knotty Bruce Springsteen classics “Rosalita,” “Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out” and “Spirit in the Night,” “Bobby and the Rat-Kings” vividly describes “some leather-wrapped Fender-strapped kid with a pick-finger twitch. He’s got a recipe for radio or rain; I don’t know which.”

In tandem with current hit “Elevator Boots,” “Bobby and the Rat-Kings” provided a theme of rock ’n’ roll dreams and realities for Tuesday’s performance. A fan is obsessed with music within the tale of “Bobby and the Rat-Kings,” and Bobby is depicted as doing what he can to survive life on the road on the expertly crafted “Elevator Boots.”

92.3 WTTS morning host Matt Pelsor captures an onstage selfie with Tuesday’s good-looking crowd at WTTS Rock On The River presented by Arni’s Restaurant.

Elsewhere, Counting Crows reached back to 2002’s “If I Could Give All My Love (Richard Manuel Is Dead)” for a message of rock ’n’ roll mortality. Of course, the song that started it all for Counting Crows, “Mr. Jones,” is a wish for fame that became a self-fulfilling prophecy.

The packed house at the newly renovated TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park knew it would be a crowd-pleasing night when Counting Crows performed “Round Here” and “Mr. Jones” as the first and third songs of the program.

Guitarists David Immergluck and Dan Vickrey and keyboard player Charlie Gillingham excelled at creating a big sound to accompany Duritz’s storytelling, with Vickrey supplying a particularly fierce Telecaster solo at the conclusion of “Recovering the Satellites.”

It’s worth noting Tuesday’s show served as the first “back to concerts” moment for many in the audience, and the venue all but levitated with joy during sing-along favorite “Rain King.”

One reason Duritz is coming up with strong material 28 years after the release of breakthrough album “August and Everything After” may be because he’s comparing notes with emerging songwriters such as Sean Barna and Matt Sucich – the supporting acts on Tuesday’s bill.

Philadelphia-based Barna has a strong grasp of ingredients heard in early-Springsteen epics, adding a dash of Lou Reed’s wild side expertise. Barna closed his set with “Modern Man,” from 2018 EP “Cissy”: “Sing the good songs, do the good drugs, turn the news off and love, love, love. I’m a modern man.”

The endearing Sucich won over listeners with the song “Saturn” from 2019 album “Thousand Dollar Dinners.” A slacker’s guide to not taking things too seriously, “Saturn” offers an answer to the question of what are you doing with your life: “It depends, because it’s all relative.”

Tuesday’s Counting Crows setlist

  1. “Round Here”
  2. “Scarecrow”
  3. “Mr. Jones”
  4. “Colorblind”
  5. “Omaha”
  6. “If I Could Give All My Love (Richard Manuel Is Dead)”
  7. “Recovering the Satellites”
  8. “Miami”
  9. “God of Ocean Tides”
  10. “Big Yellow Taxi” (Joni Mitchell cover)
  11. “Washington Square”
  12. “The Tall Grass”
  13. “Elevator Boots”
  14. “Angel of 14th Street”
  15. “Bobby and the Rat-Kings”
  16. “Rain King”
  17. “A Long December”
  18. “Hanginaround”
  19. “Holiday in Spain”

Free Download of the week: son lux

Ryan Lott, Rafiq Bhatia, and Ian Chang and have announced the third and final part of Son Lux‘s Tomorrows series which will be out April 16 via City Slang. Throughout the three records, Son Lux have been looking to ways of moving beyond the traditional album rollout, making room for both more traditional songs and experimental, atmospheric forms. Download “A Different Kind Of Love” now.

Indiana music icon John Hiatt previews album with dobro master Jerry Douglas

John Hiatt performed at bygone Indianapolis venues such as Loaves and Fishes on Indiana Avenue and the Hummingbird Cafe on Talbott Street. Photo provided by New West Records

John Hiatt, who grew up in Indianapolis near the intersection of 57th Street and Central Avenue, didn’t work in isolation during the pandemic.

Known for signature songs “Have a Little Faith in Me” and “Real Fine Love,” Hiatt will release a collaborative album with the Jerry Douglas Band this spring.

The album, titled “Leftover Feelings,” is scheduled for release May 21. The project’s first single, “All the Lilacs in Ohio,” arrived Wednesday. Douglas applies his unparalleled dobro guitar skills to the unplugged rendition of “Lilacs,” a song Hiatt originally recorded for his 2001 album “The Tiki Bar is Open.”

Hiatt, who received the Americana Music Association’s lifetime achievement award for songwriting in 2008 and became a Nashville Songwriters Hall of Famer the same year, dipped into his catalog for one other “Leftover Feelings” track. The song “Little Goodnight” first appeared as a B-side after Hiatt issued his “Perfectly Good Guitar” album in 1993.

Douglas, known for his work with Alison Krauss & Union Station, and his supporting cast joined Hiatt at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio B to record “Leftover Feelings.” Presently operated by the non-profit Country Music Hall of Fame, RCA Studio B was the site of recordings sessions by Elvis Presley, the Everly Brothers and Chet Atkins.

“Leftover Feelings” will be Hiatt’s first studio recording since 2018’s “The Eclipse Sessions.” His resume includes many compositions that other artists popularized, including Bonnie Raitt’s cover of Hiatt’s “Thing Called Love” and the Jeff Healey Band’s rendition of “Angel Eyes.”

“Leftover Feelings” is available for pre-order at