Studio Archives

Mike Doughty Visits WNKU

Mar 22, 2012

Mike Doughty stopped by WNKU's studio and played a few special songs in the AM hours with Elaine Diehl.  Mike is a world-renowned solo artist and former lead singer-songwriter of Soul Coughing.

Barnaby Bright Shares Some Love With WNKU

Feb 11, 2012

Brooklyn-based indie folk rock duo Barnaby Bright, mix several unique instruments, including an African instrument in the tune, If I Came Back As a Song. The couple's lyrics are brilliantly clever and charming, and present themselves with such warmth, especially on stage together. It's apparent their connection fuels their music and perhaps much of its success.

Caroline Tompkins

Winners of the 2007 Cincinnati Entertainment Award for Best World Band, The Pinstripes don’t merely play Ska and Reggae — they inhabit the sound like it’s a ramshackle house that’s keeping them alive. Tight but never slick, fun but never goofy, intense but never serious, The Pinstripes (a hard-touring band with a hard-won following) combine Ska, Reggae, Dub and Soul to create something that’s genuinely lacking in a great deal of contemporary music: joy.

Gary Keegan visits with Josh Eagle on January 27, 2012 in the studio at WNKU.

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