OverEasy 8/30/20

At WTTS, Sunday mornings and evenings are laid-back. Check out OverEasy, presented by Brothers Floor Covering, from 7 – 11 AM and 7 – 11 PM.

Brad Holtz plays singer-songwriters, mellow and acoustic tracks, and live exclusives.

This week, hear new music from Ray Lamontagne and Pearl Jam, plus live tracks from Ingrid Michaelson and Michael Kiwanuka inside Sun King Studio 92.

WTTS New Music Monday: October 21, 2019

Every Monday is New Music Monday on WTTS. We play a variety of brand new releases and album preview singles. Hear the anthems of the future and experience upcoming artists as they break into the mainstream for the first time on New Music Monday.

This Monday (10/21)

We play lots of new music throughout the day on WTTS New Music Monday. This week…

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WTTS OverEasy: October 13th, 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 (10/13)

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 Toad The Wet Sprocket, Michael Kiwanuka and Imagine Dragons from Sun King Studio 92 powered by TCU.

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The Sun King Studio 92 Weekend

WTTS is proud to bring back the Sun King Studio 92 Weekend powered by Teachers Credit Union. Starting Friday afternoon, June 8, and all weekend, hear live exclusives from our downtown performance space. At 7pm each night, we’ll broadcast some of our favorite full performances (see the schedule below). And all weekend, we’ll give away tickets to the Sun King 9th Anniversary Party on June 16 (starring Dr. Dog and Sandy Alex G), as well as passes to see The Doobie Brothers in an exclusive Sun King Studio 92 performance on June 24th.

Hear some of our favorite Sun King Studio 92 sets from the past year in full at 7pm:

Friday: Vance Joy and Lo Moon

Saturday: Portugal. The Man and Moon Taxi

Sunday: The Record Company and Anderson East

Check out some past performances recorded live in Sun King Studio 92 below:


Michael Kiwanuka In Sun King Studio 92

Photos Courtesy Rhythm In Focus Photography.

Michael Kiwanuka stopped by Sun King Studio 92 on June 7, 2017. Enjoy the music and conversation below!

“Cold Little Heart”


“Final Frame”

“Any Day Will Do Fine”

“Love And Hate”

Remember, Sun King Studio 92 sessions are for 92-3 VIPs only. If you’re not a VIP, take 20 seconds to sign up for free, then stop by the VIP Room to register to be in the live studio audience at an upcoming performance.

 Michael Kiwanuka - 6-7-2017

Photos Courtesy Rhythm In Focus Photography.

WTTS OverEasy: April 30, 2017

This Sunday (4/30)

The Lumineers

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…

WTTS New Music Monday: April 3, 2017

Dan Auerbach

We play lots of new music throughout the day on WTTS New Music Monday, and at 7 p.m., we play an hour of ONLY new releases. This week…

  • New music from Dan Auerbach’s upcoming album Waiting on a Song, out June 2nd.
  • A Brand new release from Blondie who’s new album Pollinator will be coming May 5th.
  • Plus, new music from Michael Kiwanuka’s Love & Hate.

New Music Monday is presented by Arni’s Restaurant. Meet you at Arni’s.

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Spoon – “Can I Sit Next To You”

Michael Kiwanuka – “Cold Little Heart”

WTTS OverEasy: November 20, 2016

Michael Kiwanuka

Michael Kiwanuka

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…

OverEasy is presented by The Warehouse.
The Warehouse Live Music Listening Room in Carmel,
where the music is what matters. Liveforthemusic.com

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Michael Kiwanuka – “Love & Hate”

Michael Kiwanuka In Sun King Studio 92

Photo Courtesy Brad Holtz

Michael Kiwanuka stopped by Sun King Studio 92 before his show at the Old National Centre on September 25, 2012. Listen to the music and conversation below!

“Tell Me A Tale”


“I’m Getting Ready”

“Home Again”


Back from Bonnaroo 2012

Radiohead puts on a visually-stunning performance

Brad Holtz here, back from Bonnaroo, in what has become an annual summertime tradition of music, mayhem and the occasional hangover.

2012 marks my 8th Bonnaroo experience. Every year, I imagine it will be my last. But I keep going back again and again – with no regrets. If you think back at the early roots of America’s marquee music festival, jam bands ruled. Over 11 years however, Bonnaroo has diversified into a festival experience for fans of all sorts of musical genres. In one weekend, we saw it all. Hip-hop (Childish Gambino), folk (Punch Brothers), the next generation of southern rock (Alabama Shakes), a newcomer who sounds stunningly similar to Bill Withers (Michael Kiwanuka), arguably one of the biggest bands the world has seen in the last 15 years (Radiohead) to arguably America’s greatest rock band today (Red Hot Chili Peppers). Bonnaroo means a little something for everyone.

If you experienced Bonnaroo for the first time this year, you were definitely spoiled by the weather. With daytime highs reaching the low to mid 80s (under low humidity) and nighttime temperatures hovering around 60-65, countless folks who have experienced not-so-favorable-conditions remarked that this was, far and away, the most pleasant Bonnaroo experience, from a weather standpoint. After the first day of my first Bonnaroo weekend (2004), I had never felt filthier, having never experienced the level of MUD we saw. Heat, humidity and dust ruled 2011. This was just about perfect…

Brad and a Beach Boy at Bonnaroo

You never know who you’re gonna run into at Bonnaroo. While watching Santigold on Saturday afternoon, Beach Boy legend Mike Love swung by to catch some of the set and was nice enough to pose for photos with a few fans. Hollywood A-listers Kristen Bell and Dax Shepherd showed up and caught a number of live performances. We even saw Ludacris hanging out in the backstage radio compound. For one weekend in June, a 700-acre field in the middle of nowhere is transformed into the world’s musical epicenter. And people from all walks of life soak it in.

Personal highlights? Hands down, the Red Hot Chili Peppers put on the best performance of the weekend (perhaps I’m a little biased, as I love the band but have never seen them live). Newcomers Alabama Shakes certainly didn’t disappoint (they’ll be playing a sold-out ‘TTS show at the Vogue on July 31). British soul/folk singer Michael Kiwanuka made his Bonnaroo debut and it was eerily reminiscent of Ray Lamontagne’s debut in 2004. (Check out my backstage interview with Michael).

Thanks for hanging out with us over the weekend. We hope we were able to bring some of the excitement of Bonnaroo back to Indiana. For backstage interviews, blogs and photos, be sure to explore more from the Blogaroo.

-Brad Holtz