Here’s our star for today’s Paws Report at 3:30pm:
Hi, I’m Tux! I’m a handsome black and white pit bull terrier looking for my forever home! I’m only 2 years old so I have plenty of energy to keep up with your active lifestyle! I love to run, take walks, play with toys and I even know some basic commands. I am a favorite at the shelter…everyone loves my large ears that stick straight up! Let’s have fun and stay busy… and I’ll be your new sidekick forever! Please visit www.kyhumane.org for more information about me!
Georgia rockers Ponderosa were in town recently, still riding high from their latest release, Pool Party. We talked with songwriters Kaelin Nash and JT Hall.
Thad Cockrell is the lead singer and songwriter for the band Leagues. Once upon a time he was an Americana singer/songwriter, but he’s made the transition to pop/rock with his new band. They performed at this month’s Waterfront Wednesday.
Ra Ra Riot brought their great vocals, unique sound and a vintage, late-’80s Casio keyboard to the WFPK studio and got down with Marion.
Louisville’s own A Lion Named Roar stopped by before the big Waterfront Wednesday show and talked about their new release Foreign Land, Derby, and recording a new album.
Before his show at the Brown on Friday, Josh Ritter dropped by the studio for Live Lunch and delivered a beautiful, stripped-down set.
Photo courtesy of Philip Vancelette
Our star for the Paws Report today at 3:30 p.m. is Rufus, a seven pound, eight-month-old bundle of fun! Rufus is a Pomeranian mix who came to the Kentucky Humane Society from another shelter. He’s sweet, playful and loves to cuddle. He would make a great family pet – and he appears to play well with children of all ages. Rufus is neutered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on his vaccinations. Come meet this friendly little guy today. We think Rufus will steal your heart! 502-366-3355 or www.kyhumane.org for more information.
During their two-night stand at the Louisville Palace, members of Widespread Panic were joined by members of Bloodkin in the WFPK performance studio for an intimate acoustic set.
Photos courtesy of Joshua Timmermans, all rights reserved