Enter the Haggis is a Canadian Indie/Folk Rock world-fusion band based in Toronto, Canada. Comprised of members Brian Buchanan, Craig Downie, Trevor Lewington, Mark Abraham and Bruce McCarthy, ETH has been playing and recording since 1996. Their latest studio album, The Modest Revolution, is the band's tenth album.
WNKU proudly presents Over the Rhine's Holiday Homecoming Concert at the Taft Theatre on Saturday, December 21st with special guest Ben Sollee. As we have for over a decade now, WNKU will be hosting a very special dinner before the show with a visit from members of Over the Rhine.
The Atomic Atoms, a Cincinnati band bring an eclectic mix to their new CD, JUKEBOX DRAWL and will hold a release party this Friday at Southgate House Revival. The band’s music has been featured on TV shows including Jersey Shore, American Pickers and the 63rd Prime Time Emmy Awards. The band includes Adam Singer, his wife Abby (an NKU grad and music major) Tommy Cappel and various drummers.
We are no longer accepting reservations for the next Studio 89. We have a full house!
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Studio 89 is back! Over the Rhine kicks it off on Monday, September 16th. The show will air weekly at 7:00 pm until the season finale on December 9th. With support from Cincinnati’s “small big brand agency”, RED212, Studio 89 has become a flagship program for WNKU and one of the many reasons we've been voted “Best Radio Station” in Cincinnati by readers of CityBeat Magazine six of the last nine years.
It hasn't even been 11 full months since released The Carpenter, the North Carolina band's most recent collection of poignant and infectious, bluegrass-inflected folk-rock. And, given the lengthy touring cycle that each major album release generally spawns — the Avetts of last month's Newport Folk Festival with songs from The Carpenter — fans had no reason to expect new music this year.