There are few things in this world that bring people together like listening to music. Dropping the needle on a fresh piece of vinyl comes with an unbridled excitement, mystery and pure enjoyment that is impossible to recreate. In honor ofRecord Store Day, we’re bringing backWTTSAlbum Side Saturday. Join us April 22 as we spin classic album sides all day long. Every hour, win exclusive vinyl releases and qualify for the grand prize, a trip to Jazz Fest in New Orleans to see Kings of Leon and we’ll throw in their entire catalogue on vinyl, courtesy of RCA Records*.WTTS Album Side Saturdaygets underway April 22 at 6am, brought to you byIndy CD & Vinyland Hop Cat Broadripple.
Visit Four Day Ray Brewing on Lantern Road, just North of 116th st. in Fishers. Grab a beer and a bite to eat, and enter to win a pair of four-day festival passes, plus prime camping and seating opportunities. The deadline to register is April 30th.
Four Day Ray Brewing’s name recalls Indiana’s Nickel Plate District heritage, drawn from the nickname for a railroad employee who called off work one day a week. Four Day Ray Brewing dares to be great in industry and revelry alike, crafting only the best in their full-scale distribution brewery. Beers at Four Day Ray Brewing are never watered down and flavor is never sacrificed for fashion. Every dish from the scratch kitchen is held to the same high standard because a soft, easy life is not worth living. Neither is a life spent nose to the grindstone without a cold beer and great meal at the end of the day to enjoy the fruit of your labors.
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The Bonnaroo Experience, from Four Day Ray Brewing and 92-3 WTTS!
U2 is touring America for the first time in four years and WTTS had a chance to go behind the scenes. Join Paul Mendenhall for “U2: The Backstage Experience.” This hour long special will feature Paul’s exclusive interview with Bono and Larry Mullen after a recent show in Chicago, along with music from the bands 35 year career. Hear “U2: The Backstage Experience” Thursday night at 8pm and again Saturday morning at 8am on 92-3 WTTS.
Mark Foster of Foster the People joined WTTS’ Craig Shank for a conversation about their upcoming Saturday Night Live performance, dealing with critics, the inspiration for “Pumped Up Kicks,” and how he accidentally collaborated with Reeve Carney, Bono, and the Edge.
Foster the People are currently on tour in support of their debut album, Torches.