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.
The room was packed. The lights were dim. It was just Warren Haynes and his guitar. The sweet sounds from one note to another were like musical poetry to one’s ears. Not to mention, making fun of the government the day it shuts down will always be a priceless moment in the history of Sun King Studio 92 Powered By Klipsch Audio. Check out the performance here. Below are photos from the meet and greet with the lucky VIP’s who got to attend this special session.
Fresh off his ‘TTS show last month at the Murat, the legendary Warren Haynes has found himself at another Bonnaroo Music Festival. He took a few minutes to come backstage and chat with Bonnaroo correspondent Mike Powers.
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:
And so it begins. Our journey to Bonnaroo is mere hours away; a summertime tradition unlike any other. Music, art, mud, and more music and mud. When I first went to Bonnaroo back in 2004, I thought it would be something cool to do maybe once. Six years later, and I’m back again. If you’ve never been in the middle of a 200-acre field miles from civilization with limited cell coverage (or showers), it really is something to experience. That’s just a small piece of the charm-aroo that is Bonnaroo. Oh yeah, and the festival is a collection of the best bands on Earth and has become the premiere musical event in the U.S.
So here we are, about to depart for Manchester, TN. Laura Duncan and I will broadcast live from the Bonnaroo backstage studios Friday and Saturday afternoon, complete with artist interviews, live performances and up-to-the-minute reports on the goings-on from the ‘Roo. We’re also turning the WTTS Blog into the Blogaroo (clever, huh?) – follow along for exclusive photos, interviews and fun content to keep you connected. –Brad Holtz (6/9/10)