Studio Archives

James McMurtry LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU 9-11-09

Highland Heights, KY – From Austin, TX James McMurtry stops by the studio to talk with Forrest Griffen and play some tunes LIVE to promote the release of his new CD & DVD, 'Live In Europe', in advance of his show at the Southgate House in Newport, broadcast on September 11, 2009. Find out more about James McMurtry at www.jamesmcmurtry.com. "Rock 'N' Roll, Indie, Soul, Blues, News, & More."

Those Darlins LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU 9-10-09

Highland Heights, KY – Those Darlins, Kelley, Jessi and Nikki, stop by the studio to talk with Forrest Griffen and play some tunes LIVE off their new, self-titled debut CD in advance of their show at the Southgate House in Newport, broadcast on September 10, 2009. Find out more about Those Darlins at http://thosedarlins.com. "Rock 'N' Roll, Indie, Soul, Blues, News, & More."

Stoll Vaughan LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU 9-9-09

Highland Heights, KY – Hollywood-based Kentucky native, Stoll Vaughan stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his new CD, 'The Weatherman', broadcast on September 9, 2009. Find out more about Stoll Vaughan at www.stollvaughan.com. "Rock 'N' Roll, Indie, Soul, Blues, News, & More."

Dallas Moore LIVE in Studio 89 8-17-09

Highland Heights, KY – This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes Cincinnati's own Dallas Moore to the Season Finale of Studio 89 where he and the Snatch Wranglers play a few of their Outlaw Country tunes from the new CD 'Can't Tame A Wildcat', and talk with Pam Temple, broadcast on August 17, 2009. Find out more about Dallas Moore at www.dallasmoore.com. "Rock 'N' Roll, Indie, Soul, Blues, News, & More."

Highland Heights, Kentucky – The Behringer-Crawford Museum in Covington's Devou Park is currently featuring an exhibition on the life and work of Kentucky painter and writer Harlan Hubbard. It's called "The Complexity of Simplicity--Harlan Hubbard 1900-1988". The exhibition runs through September 20. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg took a tour of the displays with Laurie Risch, the museum's executive director.

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