Seating is no longer available for tonight's Studio 89, but you can tune in and listen live on 89.7, 105.9, 104.1, or via live stream at wnku.org. Tonight is the final Studio 89 of the 2013 fall season. Thanks for a great year, and stay tuned for announcements regarding the upcoming 2014 spring season.
Unfortunately, Michael McDermott & The Westies have had to cancel their appearance at the next Studio 89. Please accept our apologies, but at this point, there will be no live show on Monday, December 2nd.
Seating is no longer available for tonight's Studio 89. Check back tomorrow at noon for your opportunity to register for next week's Studio 89, or if you're a contributing member, look for an e-mail soon. Remember, WNKU Members receive first priority for seating!
Born and raised in the Midwest, Ernie Hendrickson grew up on a steady diet of Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Cat Stevens, and Jerry Garcia. These early heroes opened the gates to the deep well of American roots music which he continues to draw inspiration from. In 2007 he self-produced and released a highly acclaimed solo record, Down the Road, of which the Illinois Entertainer deemed "Groundbreaking" and pushed him straight onto the Midwest's radar as an emerging singer-songwriter.
The Coal Men, founded in 1999 by guitarist Dave Colemen, have kept a rigorous touring schedule for over a decade. This well-seasoned folk-rock group has released four albums including their most recent, Escalator, which was introduced in August 2013.
Getting his start in Northampton, MA, Stephen Kellogg is a singer/songwriter and guitarist whose music has been described as country-rock, Americana and folk. He draws inspiration from his fathers' record collection including Jim Croce, Cat Stevens and The Band. Forming the band the Sixers in 2003, Stephen has shared the stage with the likes of George Thorogood, David Crosby, O.A.R. and even the late great James Brown.
Tim Easton is a Nashville, Tennessee-based American guitarist and singer-songwriter playing rock & roll, blues and folk. Raised in Akron, Ohio, Easton traveled abroad for some time stopping in London, Paris, Spain, Italy, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, and Ireland before returning home to the US and joining the group The Haynes Boys.
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.