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
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.
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.
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 Cafedowntown.
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:
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!
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.