Elaine Deihl visits with Paul Cebar in the studio at WNKU on January 13, 2012.
Originally published on Thu September 26, 2013 2:29 pm
This session, from Dec. 12, 2011, is the second in our Vintage Cafe series, where we revisit some of our best studio performances.
The Head and the Heart was formed after five twentysomethings met at an open mic night in Seattle.
"None of us knew each other beforehand," recalls singer Josiah Johnson. "I just happened to go to the same open mic. [Jonathan Russell] played some songs and I played some songs, then we started talking and hanging out."
Paul Thorn visits WNKU studio and talks with Gary Keegan on November 3, 2011 before his show at Southgate House.
Tim Easton visits with Gary Keegan at WNKU on October 12, 2011 before the show at Motor Pub.
Brett Dennen sits in with Gary Keegan at the WNKU studio before his show at Madison Theatre on October 10, 2011.
Todd Snider visits with John Patrick the same day as John Hiatt. Todd performed at the Southgate House later that night.
John Hiatt stops by the WNKU studios to chat with John Patrick prior to his concert at the Taft Theater with Big Head Todd & The Monsters.
Mason Jennings visits John Patrick at WNKU on September 29, 2011.
Tommy Emmanuel and Anthony Castro drop by WNKU studio and visit with John Patrick before their show at the Aronoff Center on September 23, 2011.
Band of Heathens sit in with Gary Keegan at WNKU on July 29, 2011 before their show at Southgate House.