Front Porch

Sundays 10am to 1pm

The Front Porch brings American Roots Music to you each week from 10AM-1PM.  It's a distinctive blend of the best of singer/songwriter, traditional blues, ballads, Americana, old-time and country sounds.  Join Pam Temple or Jeff Eads for a look and listen into the cultural lives of the groups that form the fabric of our communities, our cultural identity and the history of our nation.

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Thank You Gifts
11:17 am
Sun March 23, 2014

Let Everyone Know You're a "Front Porch Fan"

What better way to show you love folk music and WNKU than with the Front Porch T-shirt?

Become a Sustaining Member at $10/month or make a one-time pledge of $120 and it's yours as thanks for your generous support of WNKU and The Front Porch.

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11:56 am
Sat February 1, 2014

The Front Porch Remembers Pete Seeger

Image borrowed from
Hans Pennick AP Photo

Last Monday night, the world lost one of the most influential and iconic singer-songwriters of all time.  Pete Seeger died in his sleep at the age of 94.  Known as much for his activism as he was for penning some of America's most beloved folk songs, Pete Seeger inspired countless musicians through his life's work.  While Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, and Joan Baez are just a few of his more obvious proteges, it would likely be easier to come up with a list of American musicians who were not influenced by Seeger rather than those who were.  

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Support WNKU
9:58 am
Sun September 15, 2013

Pick Up A Front Porch T-Shirt. Pledge $120 Online or Call 1-855-897-1059.

What better way to show you love folk music and WNKU than with a Front Porch T-shirt?

Make a pledge of $10/month and it's yours as thanks for your generous support of WNKU and The Front Porch.

The design of this t-shirt is intended to represent the range of genre, generation, gender and ethnicity that the Front Porch embraces.  To that end, the images depicted are of the following:

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In the Studio
12:00 am
Sun May 1, 2011

Dylan Sneed In the Studio

Dylan Sneed visits with WNKU's Pam Temple and performs live in the studio on May 11, 2011.