2023 WTTS A to Z Song List

That’s a wrap for WTTS A to Z 2023! We hope you enjoyed our alphabetical journey through our library of World Class Rock! Did we miss anything? Tell us what you think on our Instagram or Facebook page!

And now… The moment you’ve all been waiting for! The official WTTS A to Z 2023 Song List!

 This year’s WTTS A to Z was alphabetized by Owlslee CBD – Northside, Downtown, Greenwood and Columbus, the Indianapolis Art Center, Jack Daniels, the Indianapolis Home Show and Visit Bloomington. 

WTTS In Conversation – “Big Head” Todd Park mohr

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


For Episode #52, The Big Head Todd and the Monsters frontman spoke with morning host Matt Pelsor last week ahead of their Brown County Music Center show about their work with NASA, their Monsters Music Monthly songs, and a new album likely arriving this year.

Find “WTTS In Conversation” here.

A to Z 2023

The alphabet is a standardized set of basic written graphemes, we call them letters that represent the foundation of certain spoken languages. The alphabet will be put to the test as WTTS A to Z starts Tuesday January 10th! We’ll glide through the alphabet of World class Rock. WTTS A to Z had been alphabetized by Owlslee CBD – Northside, Downtown, Greenwood and Columbus, the Indianapolis Art Center, Jack Daniels, the Indianapolis Home Show and Visit Bloomington. 

WTTS Rock to Read Presents Bonnie Raitt

The WTTS Rock to Read series brought to you by Jockamo Upper Crust Pizza is here with its 2nd show of the season! Get ready for  WTTS Presents Rock to Read Featuring Bonnie Raitt, May 20th at Old National Centre. A portion of proceeds benefit children’s reading programs through the Indianapolis Public Library Foundation.

Visit HERE to purchase tickets beginning November 18th at 10am

 

 

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WTTS Rock to Read Presents Noah Kahan

The WTTS Rock to Read series brought to you by Jockamo Upper Crust Pizza is back with it’s first show of the season! Get ready for WTTS Rock to Read Presents Noah Kahan: The Stick Season Tour, February 7th at Egyptian Room at Old National Centre. A portion of proceeds benefit children’s reading programs through the Indianapolis Public Library Foundation.

Visit HERE to purchase tickets beginning September 23rd at 10am

 

 

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Exile on Meridian St.

Exile on Meridian Street Album Cover

The Rolling Stones classic album, Exile on Main St, turns 50 years old this year.

It’s time to celebrate!

Exile is an all-time masterpiece that gets better with each listen. To honor this legendary album, we’ve worked with some of the best local bands and artists in Indy to remake the album in its entirety.

You can now check out the incredible local Exile homage right here.

Special thanks to all the local artists who contributed their talents to this amazing project as well as our own Dave Linquist for bringing them together and to Chris Wodock and Mitch Lohman with 416 Wabash for heading up the recording.

We are proud to present Exile on Meridian St.!

Rocks Off

Pilots

Rip This Joint 

Meghan Cristeen Martin & The 1900

Shake Your Hips 

Tommy Icarus

Casino Boogie

Dane Clark

Tumbling Dice

The Palace

Sweet Virginia

S.M. Wolf

Torn & Frayed

The Failers

Sweet Black Angel

Connor McLaren

Loving Cup

Jason Bambery

Happy

Gentleman Caller

Turd on the Run

Brother O’ Brother

Ventilator Blues

Doug Henthorn

I Just Want to See His Face

Alex Bailey

Let It Loose

Moxxie

All Down the Line

Joshua Bucy

Stop Breaking Down

J. Elliott

Shine a Light

Jennie DeVoe

Soul Survivor

Joshua Powell

THE BEAT WITH DAVE LINDQUIST

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 Cairo Jag, Twins Sport and Indiana artist Huckleberry Funk.

Songs played on the July 25 episode:

Cairo Jag, “Lost in Commotion”
Death Valley Girls, “When I’m Free”
Sugar Candy Mountain, “Electric Wind”
Post Animal, “No More Sports”
Silversun Pickups, “Scared Together”
Special Interest, “Follow Me”
Durry, “Big Boy”
… And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead, “Penny Candle”
The Berries, “Prime”
Katy Guillen & the Drive, “Discoloration”
Huckleberry Funk, “Love Language”
Jamie T, “The Old Style Raiders”
Mad Honey, “Odds”