WTTS Couch Concerts

The live music scene in Indianapolis is currently on pause. At WTTS, we understand your need to be uplifted by experiencing live music, so we will bring the live music to YOU. Join us for the WTTS Couch Concert series. Each weeknight at 7, we will playback a session from Sun King Studio 92. On Saturday nights at 9, you will hear a concert recorded at various venues around Indianapolis, in its entirety.

Sun King Studio 92 sessions at 7pm:

Monday, May 25th

A.L.O. 2010


Tuesday, May 26th

Michael Kiwanuka 2017


Wednesday, May 27th

 Jade Bird 2019


Thursday, May 28th

JJ Grey & Mofro 2015


Friday, May 29th

Dermont Kennedy 2018


Saturday Night WTTS Couch Concert

Saturday May 30th

Coldplay at the Murat 2003

WTTS Couch Concerts, where you’ll have the best seat in the house. Listen live.

WTTS OverEasy: October 6th, 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 am to 11 am.

This Sunday (10/6)

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…

  • This week, experience live stripped-down music from The Doobie Brothers, David Gray and Houndmouth from Sun King Studio 92 powered by TCU.

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OverEasy is supported by:

Studio 92 Weekend

This weekend, we’re digging through the archives and re-living some of the best moments from our live performance space. It’s the Sun King Studio 92 Weekend powered by TCU.

We’ll play exclusive live tracks, and full performances each night at 7.


Friday night- Imagine Dragons


Saturday night- Cage The Elephant


Sunday night – The Doobie Brothers

The Doobie Brothers in Studio 92

And all weekend, listen for your chance to attend Sun King’s anniversary party on June 22nd. Get tickets here. Become a 92-3 VIP to experience future Sun King Studio 92 performances in our VIP Room.






Top 50 WTTS Songs Of 2010

As we look back at a great year in music, enjoy some of our favorite photos from Studio 92 performances in 2010.

These were the Top 50 WTTS Songs of 2010 (based on WTTS airplay and the votes of 92-3 VIPs):

50. Dave Barnes “Little Lies”

49. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers “High In The Morning”

48. Norah Jones “It’s Gonna Be”

47. John Butler Trio “One Way Road”

46. Neon Trees “Animal”

45. Guster “Do You Love Me”

44. NeedToBreathe “The Outsiders”

43. Train “Save Me San Francisco”

42. Melissa Etheridge “Fearless Love”

41. Shawn Mullins “Light You Up”

40. Mat Kearney “All I Have”

39. David Gray “Stella The Artist”

38. Kings Of Leon “Radioactive”

37. David Gray “A Moment Changes Everything”

36. Eric Clapton “Run Back To Your Side”

35. Brandon Flowers “Crossfire”

34. Greg Laswell “Take Everything”

33. Alpha Rev “New Morning”

32. Sheryl Crow “Summer Day”

31. Goo Goo Dolls “Home”

30. John Mayer “Who Says”

29. Ingrid Michaelson “Maybe”

28. Snow Patrol “Just Say Yes”

27. Train “If It’s Love”

26. Robert Plant “Angel Dance”

25. Norah Jones “Chasing Pirates”

24. Dirty Heads “Lay Me Down”

23. Sara Bareilles “King Of Anything”

22. John Mayer “Heartbreak Warfare”

21. Foo Fighters “Wheels”

20. Dave Matthews Band “Why I Am”

19. David Gray “Fugitive”

18. Lifehouse “Halfway Gone”

17. Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes “Home”

16. Jack Johnson “You And Your Heart”

15. Black Keys “Tighten Up”

14. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers “I Should Have Known It”

13. Avett Brothers “Head Full of Doubt”

12. John Mayer “Half Of My Heart”

11. Jack Johnson “At Or With Me”

10. Michael Franti & Spearhead “The Sound Of Sunshine”

9. Train “Hey Soul Sister”

8. Broken Bells “The High Road”

7. Mumford & Sons “Little Lion Man”

6. Phoenix “1901”

5. Dave Matthews Band “You & Me”

4. One Eskimo “Kandi”

3. Ray Lamontagne “Beg Steal Or Borrow”

2. Pearl Jam “Just Breathe”

1. Avett Brothers “I & Love & You”

The WTTS Collectors Edition Volume 16

A holiday music tradition since 1995, the WTTS Collectors Edition project has raised tens of thousands of dollars for worthwhile local charities in Indianapolis & Bloomington. The WTTS Collectors Edition Vol. 16 CD is in stores  now, available at central Indiana and Bloomington Borders locations (details below) and Creation Cafe downtown.

The Collectors Edition CD features exclusive material recorded in Studio 92. This year, proceeds will benefit Rock To Read, supporting childrens reading programs through the Indianapolis-Marion County Library. Proceeds will also benefit Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard, a Bloomington-based food pantry.

**Mail-order CDs** – Out of town and looking for a CD?  We’d be happy to send you a copy.  Simply send a check for $15.70 payable to WTTS to:  WTTS Collectors Edition, 120 W. 7th Street, Bloomington IN 47401.

Here’s the track listing for the forthcoming Collectors Edition Vol. 16 CD:

1. Train “Hey Soul Sister” [podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Train-HeySoulSister-SAMPLE.mp3[/podcast]

2. Band Of Horses “Lardeo” [podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/BandOfHorses-Laredo-SAMPLE.mp3[/podcast]

3. Ingrid Michaelson “Maybe” [podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/IngridMichaelson-Maybe-SAMPLE.mp3[/podcast]

4. Doobie Brothers “Black Water” [podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/DoobieBrothers-BlackWater-SAMPLE.mp3[/podcast]

5. David Gray “Fugitive” [podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/DavidGray-Fugitive-SAMPLE.mp3[/podcast]

6. Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes “Home” [podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/EdwardSharpe-Home-SAMPLE.mp3[/podcast]

7. Fanfarlo “Harold T. Wilkins” [podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Fanfarlo-HaroldTWilkins-SAMPLE.mp3[/podcast]

8. Big Head Todd & The Monsters “Beautiful” [podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/BigHeadTodd-Beautiful-SAMPLE.mp3[/podcast]

9. Warren Haynes “Soulshine” [podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/WarrenHaynes-Soulshine-SAMPLE.mp3[/podcast]

10. Greg Laswell “Take Everything” [podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/GregLaswell-TakeEverything-SAMPLE.mp3[/podcast]

11. Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears “Sugarfoot” [podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/BlackJoeLewis-Sugarfoot-SAMPLE.mp3[/podcast]

12. Cowboy Mouth “Jenny Says” [podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/CowboyMouth-JennySays-SAMPLE.mp3[/podcast]

13. BoDeans “Good Things” [podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/BoDeans-GoodThings-SAMPLE.mp3[/podcast]

Find the CD at these Borders locations:

Downtown – 11 S. Meridian St.
Greenwood – 7565 US 31 S.
River Crossing – 8675 River Crossing Blvd.
Castleton – 6020 E. 82nd St.
Carmel – 2381 Pointe Parkway
Noblesville – 13145 Levinson Ln.
Bloomington SOLD OUT

Rock To Read

The Doobie Brothers In Sun King Studio 92

July 22, 2010 was a great day for WTTS Sun King Studio 92. The legendary Doobie Brothers stopped by our intimate downtown performance space. After a great chat with Paul, they performed “Snake Man,” “Nobody,” and “Blackwater.” Wow!

“Snake Man”
[podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/audio/Studio92/DoobieBrothers/OnDemand-WTTS-Studio92-DoobieBrothers-7-22-10-SnakeMan.mp3[/podcast]

Interview Part 1
[podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/audio/Studio92/DoobieBrothers/OnDemand-WTTS-Studio92-DoobieBrothers-7-22-10-InterviewPt1.mp3[/podcast]

Interview Part 2
[podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/audio/Studio92/DoobieBrothers/OnDemand-WTTS-Studio92-DoobieBrothers-7-22-10-InterviewPt2.mp3[/podcast]

“Nobody”
[podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/audio/Studio92/DoobieBrothers/OnDemand-WTTS-Studio92-DoobieBrothers-7-22-10-Nobody.mp3[/podcast]

“Blackwater”
[podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/audio/Studio92/DoobieBrothers/OnDemand-WTTS-Studio92-DoobieBrothers-7-22-10-Blackwater.mp3[/podcast]

Paul and The Doobie Brothers

[podcast]https://www.wttsfm.com/audio/OnDemand/WTTS-OnDemand-DoobieBrothers-20100721.mp3[/podcast]

In advance of their concert with Chicago and stop by Studio 92, Paul chats with Tom Johnston, John McFee and Pat Simmons of The Doobie Brothers. They talk about the early years, the current tour, and Paul’s small role in making their career.