Live Sculpting Demonstration

Watch a whimsical cartoon sculpture come to life. Meet Wendy, an Indiana Artisan from Frankfort, Ind., as she demonstrates her sculpting techniques and brings a new cartoon creature to life during the April 10 Gallery Walk in the Carmel Arts & Design District. Her work will bring a smile to your face from 5 to 9 p.m. at Indiana Artisan Gifts & Gallery, 22 N. Rangeline Road.

WATCH LP in Sun king studio 92

Sun King Studio 92 powered by Klipsch Speakers & Headphones

Experience the music of LP in Sun King Studio 92. Matt Pelsor and LP discuss her writing process and she performs new music from her upcoming album.

The latest Studio 92 session is available now to watch on the WTTS YouTube Channel or right here:

Sign up to be a 92.3 VIP for your chance to attend future Sun King Studio 92 performances.

For a chance to win $75 worth of Sun King swag click here!

WTTS A To Z: The Best of ‘TTS in Alphabetical Order

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WTTS A to Z 2020 is officially underway!  The tradition continues as we take a  journey through the WTTS library, playing the best of WTTS alphabetically. Listen at 92.3 fm, online at wttsfm.com,or download the free WTTS mobile app in the Apple Store or Google Play. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram WTTS A to Z is presented by Dreyer and Reinbold, five brands, one passion for driving.

A few notes about how we alphabetize the music:

-Articles “the” and “a” are ignored

-Numbers are spelled out (“1979” is “Nineteen Seventy Nine,” for instance. “Back 2 Good” becomes “Back To Good.”)

-Acronyms are ignored (ie: “FM” will tall in the middle of the letter “F,” instead of leading it off.)

-Cover songs? We ignore the spelling of the artist and put the original first, followed by the cover.

-Different songs with the same title? We alphabetize based on the band or artist’s name.


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WTTS A To Z: The Best of ‘TTS in Alphabetical Order

 

Thanks for listening to WTTS A To Z!
Did you take the WTTS A To Z Playlist Poll? The answers are finally revealed below:

Which band/artist sang the first song in the alphabet?
Barenaked Ladies
Which band/artist sang the last song in the alphabet?
The Cranberries (yes, we went out of the normal order where U2 would have had the final song with “Zooropa”, to pay tribute to the late Dolores O’Riordan)
Who was the most-played band/artist?
The Beatles
What letter had the most songs?
‘S’
Which word started the most song titles in our alphabet?
“All”

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Right now, you’re hearing the best of ‘TTS, all in alphabetical order! From classic rock and deep album cuts to alternative and new music, it’s WTTS A To Z, presented by Dreyer & Reinbold … Five brands, one passion for driving.

Thanks to positive 92-3 VIP feedback, we’ll play WTTS A To Z later each day, so once you’re home, turn on 92-3 WTTS to keep listening to our musical journey.

WTTS A To Z is also supported by: Camptown, You Move Me, Laughing Matters and The Indianapolis Home Show.

A few notes about how we alphabetize the music:

-Articles “the” and “a” are ignored

-Numbers are spelled out (“1979” is “Nineteen Seventy Nine,” for instance. “Back 2 Good” becomes “Back To Good.”)

-Acronyms are ignored (ie: “FM” will tall in the middle of the letter “F,” instead of leading it off.)

-Cover songs? We ignore the spelling of the artist and put the original first, followed by the cover.

-Different songs with the same title? We alphabetize based on the band or artist’s name.

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WTTS A To Z: The Best of ‘TTS in Alphabetical Order

Thanks for listening to WTTS A To Z!  Click here to see the entire playlist in alphabetical order.

Also, if you took the A to Z poll the answers are revealed below:

Which band/artist sang the first song in the alphabet?
Barenaked Ladies
Which band/artist sang the last song in the alphabet?
The Cranberries (yes, we went out of the normal order where U2 would have had the final song with “Zooropa”, to pay tribute to the late Dolores O’Riordan)
Who was the most-played band/artist?
The Beatles
What letter had the most songs?
‘S’
Which word started the most song titles in our alphabet?
“All”

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From classic rock and deep album cuts to alternative and new music WTTS A To Z is presented by Dreyer & Reinbold … Five brands, one passion for driving.

WTTS A To Z is also supported by: Camptown, You Move Me, Laughing Matters and The Indianapolis Home Show.

A few notes about how we alphabetize the music:

-Articles “the” and “a” are ignored

-Numbers are spelled out (“1979” is “Nineteen Seventy Nine,” for instance. “Back 2 Good” becomes “Back To Good.”)

-Acronyms are ignored (ie: “FM” will tall in the middle of the letter “F,” instead of leading it off.)

-Cover songs? We ignore the spelling of the artist and put the original first, followed by the cover.

-Different songs with the same title? We alphabetize based on the band or artist’s name.

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Robert Randolph and The Family Band In Sun King Studio 92

Photos Courtesy Rhythm In Focus Photography.

Robert Randolph and The Family Band stopped by Sun King Studio 92 on June 8, 2017. Enjoy the music and conversation below!

“I Want It”

“Interview”

“Shake It”

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.

Robert Randolph 6-23-2017

WTTS First Experience: LP

She has one of the most buzzworthy voices of 2017 and she’s coming to town to play for 92-3 VIPs only. Thank you LP for an outstanding WTTS First Experience at The District Tap. It was an unforgettable night of live music! Below are photos of the event as well as the exclusive meet and greet that took place after the show. All photos are courtesy of Rhythm In Focus Photography.

LP - 2-23-2017

LP - 2-23-2017

Hurricane Harvey: How To Help

WE’RE HOOSIERS HELPING HOUSTON… AND WE NEED YOU!

Here are some resources you can use to help those in need:

  • American Red Cross: text “HARVEY” to 90999 to donate $10, or dial 1-800-RED-CROSS (redcross.org)
  • Salvation Army: text “STORM” to 51555 to donate, or dial 1-800-SAL-ARMY (helpsalvationarmy.org)
  • Catholic Charities: text “CCUSADISASTER” to 71777 to donate, or visit CatholicCharitiesUSA.org

Click here to find even more ways to help.

Interstate highway 45 is submerged from the effects of Hurricane Harvey seen during widespread flooding in Houston, Texas, U.S. August 27, 2017. Photo Courtesy Fox News/REUTERS/Richard Carson

 

LP In Sun King Studio 92

Photo Courtesy Rhythm In Focus Photography

Photo Courtesy Rhythm In Focus Photography

LP stopped by Sun King Studio 92 Powered By Klipsch Audio on June 10, 2014. Listen to the music and conversation below!

“Free To Love”

Interview

“Night Like This”

“Tokyo Sunrise”

“Into The Wild”

“Forever For Now”

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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.

New Music Monday 4/12/21

Mondays begin with WTTS New Music Monday. We play a variety of brand new releases and album previews. Hear the anthems of the future and experience upcoming artists as they break into the mainstream for the first time on New Music Monday.

LP is set to release a new album later in 2021. She discusses her writing process during the past year and performs new music in our recent Sun King Studio 92 session with LP. While we await her new album, we have her latest single to hold us over: How Low Can You Go.

This week experience new music from:

LP: How Low Can You Go

Vance Joy: You

Lord Huron: Not Dead Yet 

New Music Monday 3/29/21

Mondays begin with WTTS New Music Monday. We play a variety of brand new releases and album previews. Hear the anthems of the future and experience upcoming artists as they break into the mainstream for the first time on New Music Monday.

OK Human is the first of two albums expected in 2021 from Weezer. Van Weezer is now slated for release on May 7.

This week experience new music from:

Weezer: All My Favorite Songs

LP: How Low Can You Go (watch her recent Sun King Studio 92 session here)

Lord Huron: Not Dead Yet

THE BEAT WITH DAVE LINDQUIST 3/8/21

Join us Monday nights at 7 for, The BEAT with Dave Lindquist. The BEAT includes music discoveries from the local and independent scene and fresh music from familiar artists.

Monday night, Dave presents new music from Hearty Har, Taylor McFerrin and Indianapolis band Wife Patrol.

Songs played on the March 8 episode:

Hearty Har, “Scream and Shout”

Lava La Rue, “Magpie”

Django Django, “Glowing in the Dark”

RVG, “Asteroid”

LP, “The One That You Love”

Ian Sweet, “Drink the Lake”

Hether, “Twinkle”

Wife Patrol, “Let’s Hang Out”

Dehd, “Haha”

Remember Sports, “Pinky Ring”

Taylor McFerrin (featuring Marcus Gilmore), “Chance to Say My Piece”

Sports Team, “Here’s the Thing”

The Staves, “Failure”

Rostam, “These Kids We Knew”

ServLife International online benefit concert

ServLife International is hosting an online benefit concert featuring Jon McLaughlin, with special guests Denison Witmer and Robbie Seay on Thursday, March 25th Join from the comfort of your own home and help raise money for children in India and Nepal. The evening will be hosted by ServLife Executive Director Adam Nevins and will include artist performances, stories of the children, and information on how you can help support them.

Visit the link below to RSVP today! ServLife International provides education, equipping and empowerment for churches, children and families in need in India and Nepal.

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Mellencamp film and live album will revisit ‘Good Samaritan’ pop-up shows

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John Mellencamp surprised fans in 2000 by playing free afternoon shows in 10 U.S. cities. Myrna Suarez photo provided by Republic Records

John Mellencamp took his music to the streets in 2000, and an upcoming movie and live album will commemorate the tour that caught many fans off guard.

The Indiana Rock and Roll Hall of Famer announced “The Good Samaritan Tour” will arrive this spring as a documentary film and live album.

Across three weeks in August 2000, Mellencamp played pop-up shows in 10 U.S. cities. Many of the unplugged performances were presented in Downtown business districts.

“You know, (Woody) Guthrie used to go out and play for the workers in the field,” Mellencamp said during a press conference after the tour wrapped up on Indiana University’s Bloomington campus. “People don’t work in fields anymore; they work in office buildings. I felt like we were doing the same thing.”

The Bloomington show proved to be the least organic of the tour, thanks to a stage and full amplification prepared at Woodlawn Field. About 10,000 people showed up for the afternoon event on Aug. 31, but that wasn’t the largest “Good Samaritan” crowd.

On Aug. 21, an estimated audience of 15,000 showed up at Daley Plaza in Chicago.

Mellencamp said two tour highlights were Philadelphia and Cleveland. Philadelphia received a nod because Mellencamp, accordion player Mike Flynn and violin player Merritt Lear launched the tour there with zero advance notice.

Cleveland stood out because police officers stood next to the musicians in Public Square, attempting to keep the peace.

“It was the cops and the walkie-talkies,” Mellencamp said. “Photographers were hitting each other. It was stupid, but it was really fun. There was a real, immediate rock ’n’ roll vibe in Cleveland.”

Academy Award winner Matthew McConaughey serves as narrator for the “Good Samaritan” documentary. McConaughey appeared in the video that accompanied Mellencamp’s “Key West Intermezzo (I Saw You First)” in 1996, and the actor wore a Mellencamp T-shirt onscreen in the film “A Time to Kill” that same year.

A teaser trailer for the film features Mellencamp’s rendition of “Early Bird Cafe,” a song originally recorded by the Jerry Hahn Brotherhood in 1970.

Mellencamp devoted most of the “Good Samaritan” shows to cover songs, including tunes popularized by Guthrie, Blind Willie Johnson, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, Donovan and Eddie Cochran.

Turning to original compositions, Mellencamp released an excerpt of a new song titled “I Always Lie to Strangers” to preview a studio album presently in the works.

Free Download of the Week

Casper Clausen has spent almost two decades as the leader of the Denmark synth-rock band Efterklang, who put out a Danish-language LP last year titled Altid Sammen. He’s also been involved with the side project Liima.

Download “Used To Think” from his solo debut Better Way.

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