International Women’s Day

International Women's Day

Friday, March 8th is Internation Women’s Day. And we will be playing the women of World Class Rock on 92-3 WTTS. You’ll hear great songs performed by women throughout the day then at 3 in the afternoon Crystal McKenzie will play nothing but the Women of World Class Rock until 7. But that’s not all! Then from 7 to 11 we will play at the top of each hour a Hotel Tango Studio 92 Performances from Natalie Merchant, Kara Cole, Sierra Ferrell, Molly Tuttle and Sara Kays. Join us this Friday, March 8th as 92-3 WTTS celebrates Internation Women’s Day.

 

Hotel Tango Studio 92 International Women’s Day performances

7p – Sierra Ferrell

8p – Kara Cole

9p – Natalie Merchant

10p – Sara Kays

11p – Molly Tuttle

WTTS In conversation – Don McLean

WTTS In Conversation’ is a bi-weekly podcast delivering decades of WTTS interviews with emerging and legendary artists.
For Episode #70, afternoon host Crystal McKenzie talks to Don McLean about his storied career, and two of his hits that aren’t called “American Pie.” He also brings up “The Day the Music Died: The Story of Don McLean’s American Pie,” now streaming on Paramount+

Find “WTTS In Conversation” here.

WTTS In Conversation – Melissa Etheridge

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


For Episode #65, Crystal McKenzie talked with Melissa Etheridge before her July 25th performance at Brown County Music Center. They talked about her cancer battle, her forthcoming book, and the Broadway show she’s about to start in September.

Find “WTTS In Conversation” here.

WTTS In Conversation – Dave Depper of Death Cab for Cutie

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


For Episode #62, Crystal McKenzie talked with Dave Depper of Death Cab for Cutie around the time of their show in Indy last month. They spoke about his early career, as well as his first gig playing with Ray Lamontagne, which happened to be The Late Show with David Letterman, a show he ended up playing again with Death Cab for Cutie just before Letterman retired. He also spoke about his passion for running which he shares with Death Cab founder and frontman Ben Gibbard, and how it got him the gig with the band.

Find “WTTS In Conversation” here.

WTTS In Conversation – Kenny Wayne Shepherd

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


For Episode #60, Crystal McKenzie talks with blues/rock guitar great Kenny Wayne Shepherd about how radio shaped his career by allowing him to meet his hero, Stevie Ray Vaughan at a very young age. He also talks about playing David Gilmour’s priceless strat on stage at Lucas Oil Stadium with the Jim Irsay Band, and about that band’s curious beginnings more than 15 years ago.

Kenny Wayne Shepherd plays Brown County Music Center on June 6th. More here…

Find “WTTS In Conversation” here.

Flipturn In Studio 92

The energizing coffee in Studio 92 is provided by Tinker Coffee Co.

Experience the music of Flipturn in Studio 92!

The band stopped by after their sold-out show at the Hi-Fi the night before, played three songs, and recounted their previous performance to mere dozens at the Lo-Fi years ago.

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