Rob grew up in Indianapolis before heading south to Indiana University in Bloomington.

He landed his first radio job at the age of 19 and the rest is history.

When not on the air, you’ll find Rob out at a show or sitting in a dark movie theater somewhere.


WTTS In conversation – Adam Duritz of Counting Crows

WTTS In Conversation Episode #8 features Rob Humphrey’s interview with Adam Duritz of Counting Crows.

WTTS In Conversation- Gregg Allman

The new podcast, WTTS In Conversation Episode #1, features Gregg Allman.

Rob Humphrey Speaks With Gregg Allman

Rob Humphrey spoke with Gregg Allman before his show at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn. They talk about Gregg's sobriety, the time Gregg shot himself in the foot and his new album that comes out in January.

Rob Humphrey Speaks With Pete Yorn

Rob Humphrey spoke with Pete Yorn recently. They talk about playing in Indy, collaborating with Scarlett Johansson and recording new music. Listen Here:

Rob Humphrey Speaks With Nathaniel Rateliff

Rob Humphrey spoke with Nathaniel Rateliff recently. They talk about staring in Austin to Boston, song writing and growing up in Missouri. Listen Here:

Rob Humphrey Speaks With Don Was

Rob Humphrey recently spoke with long time musician and record producer Don Was about his favorite experiences recording and mixing - including the making of Gregg Allman's posthumous release, Southern Blood....

Rob Humphrey Talks With Trampled By Turtles

Hear Rob Humphrey's conversation with Eric Berry from Trampled By Turtles. They discuss how the band got their start, what was the band's breakout album and who were personal influences. See the band tonight (6/9/16) at The Vogue. Click here to by tickets.

Rob Humphrey Speaks With Graham Nash

Rob Humphrey recently spoke with two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Graham Nash. They discuss Graham's new album This Path Tonight (Out now), who is Graham's favorite songwriter and why we don't hear anymore protest songs.

Rob Humphrey Speaks With Harry Connick, Jr.

Rob Humphrey recently sat down Harry Connick, Jr. They discuss how growing up in New Orleans influenced Connick's music, his new album That Would Be Me, and why he decided to take a more traditional approach to releasing it.