Jimmy Eat World stopped by the studios recently to play an acoustic set for members at WFPK, and we've got that for you today. Twin Limb just released their debut album, "Haplo," and we've got a lush live set featuring tracks from the record.
Jazz saxophonist Kamasi Washington discusses the difference between being an amateur musician and a professional. Comedian Cameron Esposito talks about a pious career path she abandoned.
This week on The Guestlist, we're looking back at our first year of existence and revisiting some memorable moments from Ethan Hawke, Bob Odenkirk, Femi Kuti, Margaret Cho, The Zombies, and Sadie Dupuis, among others.
Les Savy Fav frontman Tim Harrington explains the importance of "casual brilliance" in his approach to art. Radiolab creator Jad Abumrad talks about how music can transform mundane moments into epic events.
Longtime Louisville Public Media host James Bickers passed away last week at 45, and it hit us all hard. If you didn't live in Louisville or listen to WFPK and WFPL, you might not understand exactly how large an impact he had on the organization and the community. Since James was a consummate conversationalist, I thought the best way for me personally to pay tribute was to display those skills with this classic Ray Harryhausen interview.