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We talk with Transylvania University writing center director and musician Scott Whiddon and WEKU Programming Coordinator and morning show host Wendy Barnett.
This week we spend some time with musician Sam Phelps then head down the rabbit hole of strange Kentucky products available on the app Wish.
A long talk with the men of Lexi Award-winning band The Catdaddies, and some FancyTalk about the horse slots and double talk.
Conversations with two Kentuckians- musician Eric Croft and actor Deaton Gabbard. Also, Fancy Talk about gambling bills in the Legislature. And with the usual Kentucky sports continuing to struggle, we look outside the box for a tournament champion.
We talk about the Lexington Music awardees, then chat with Kentucky musician in Lance Rogers.
Our Season Premier! First, we talk to Berea musician RAINBOW STAR, then we chat with former representative and founder of Hood To The Holler, Charles Booker. All that and great Kentucky Music as season two gets under way.
Season two coming very soon!
The full talk with Jeff Richey and Robert Rorrer.
TyniBrian is interviewed by the host of the podcast “The Political Orphanage,” Andrew Heston. They discusses former President, Supreme Court Chief Justice, Governor General to the Philippines, Cincinnati native and (most importantly) federal judge for the Eastern District of Kentucky, William Howard Taft.
Our Christmas special featuring Kentucky music.
Full talk with Marcus Wilkerson.
Our extended conversation with Kentucky Representative Attica Scott from her front porch in West Louisville.
Our full conversation with "Skinny Devil" David McLean, Lexington based musician and founder of the Lexington Music Awards.
The extended version of our conversation with Ryan Lemond from episode six.
Our season one finale! We spend some time with the owners of The Urban Squirrel and the creator of The Lexington Music Awards. Plus our last bit of Kentucky music of the season.
Our artist spotlight turns west to Murray to speak with Melanie A Davis and then we review our progress on Nuthouse Studios.
Six great songs from Kentucky artists. We journey to the West End of Louisville to spend some time with Kentucky Statehouse Representative Attica Scott. But first, Victor's oldest friend Cherie Bevins joins us in studio and we talk to her and Amber Hagberg, the creative team behind My Living Yoga Journal.
Our Halloween special. We talk to KSR’s Drew Franklin and Joey Aces of Joey Aces and the Deal.
We travel to Whitesburg for a conversation with and music from John Haywood at The Parlor Room tattoo shop. Then we take a look at our absentee ballots.
We pay tribute to the mother of University of Kentucky Superfan and Kentucky Colonel, John Short; then we visit with impressive Kentucky artists Jeff Richey, Robert Rorrer, and Marcus Wilkerson.
Ryan Lemond of Kentucky Sports Radio and more than a decade covering Kentucky sports for a Lexington television station stops by NutHouse Studios for an extended conversation about his life, Kentucky, and exactly when he went from covering the University of Kentucky to a member of Big Blue Nation.
Our first live show, to an audience of one. We return to Boone country for a traditional music discussion with Karly Dawn Milner. Then head back to Jackson County to finish our discussion with "cheese lady" Kathy Rowe. Plus a whole bunch of great music.
We travel to Jackson County to visit with a transplant Kentuckian with cheese on the brain, then return to Morehead State and look around the Space Science Center. All that plus some great Kentucky music this week on BlueGrass HomeFront! Join Us.
We spend the hour with Chip Cosby talking the last twenty years of UK Football and the last 100 days in Louisville.
A huge weekend for sports, we get feedback from our launch, and a visit to Morehead State University's Space Science Center.
An actual show inches ever closer, but is still not yet arrived.
Conclusion of the recorded conversation just before midnight leads to a look at not just what we are up to, but why.
Having selected an audio setup, a discussion around a format for the eventual show begins.