Jeremy Pinnell & the 55's

WNKU is proud to announce its newest initiative to feature local music every hour throughout the day.  While we've had local music shows before and have featured "homegrown picks" from time to time in the past,  starting October 23rd, local music will be woven into WNKU's programming around the clock.  What do we consider local music?  It's acts, past and present, from Cincinnati, Covington, Newport, Dayton, Southeastern Indiana, even Louisville and Lexington...and all points in between. 

DCCH Center for Children and Families was founded in 1848 as an orphanage. It has operated continuously since then, providing care for children in Kentucky. Every child at DCCH has been removed from their families by the state of Kentucky due to extreme physical, sexual and emotional abuse. The Residential Treatment Program at DCCH cares for 40 children on a 24 hour/day basis. DCCH provides each child with shelter, food, clothing, education, therapy and recreational activities.

Cincinnati's 12th Annual Paddlefest takes place June 20-22nd at Coney Island, Yeatman's Cove, and points in-between.

Paddlefest is part paddling & cycling, part trade show exhibits, part entertainment with live music on Friday evening at the Ohio River Music & Outdoor Festival, presented by WNKU. The event also features a huge raffle with amazing prizes and delicious food and refreshments and lots of fun for the entire family.