WNTI Highlights

WNTI Highlights
10:09 am
Fri December 19, 2014

Poll Results: Listeners Pick Their Favorite Albums Of 2014

We love hearing what our listeners think are the best albums of the year. It's a fun way to see how our own picks line up with our audience's, and a chance to discover some surprises we may have missed. (There are always surprises we missed.)

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WNTI Highlights
10:02 am
Fri December 19, 2014

2014: The Year In Tiny Desk Concerts

It's been a remarkable year for Tiny Desk Concerts: We've published a whopping 83 of them in 2014 alone, eclipsed the 400-episode mark without noticing, helped T-Pain score 6.6 million YouTube views, and launched a contest to bring an unknown band to the Tiny Desk in 2015.

The Best Music Of 2014

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9:12 am
Tue December 9, 2014

St. Paul And The Broken Bones

Close your eyes and listen, and you might imagine someone who looks a bit like Otis Redding. Open them, and you're likely to see someone who looks more like your neighborhood bank teller.
Close your eyes and listen, and you might imagine someone who looks a bit like Otis Redding. Open them, and you're likely to see someone who looks more like your neighborhood bank teller. That man standing on my desk in the golden shoes is Paul Janeway.
WNTI Highlights
9:24 am
Tue December 2, 2014

KIM SIMMONDS INTERVIEWED ON ROCK-IT SCIENCE

Legendary British Blues guitarist Kim Simmonds of Savoy Brown recently spoke with Rock-it Science host Greg Lewis.

Kim will be celebrating 50 years of Savoy Brown in 2015.  His new live CD and a studio release from the band In The Wings.  Kim is an absolute treasure and arguably one of the best guitarist from his generation that is actively touring and recording today.

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3:48 pm
Mon November 24, 2014

Songs For Stuffing: A Thanksgiving Mix

The lead-up to Thanksgiving can be tough. There's the teeth-gnashing at the airport and the gray despair of the bus terminal, which is saying nothing of what happens if you've walked in your family's front door without having made tangible progress toward satiating your mom's hunger for grandchildren. You may have to take that hit, too.

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