Mike Graves

Music Director / Rock & Roots Host

Mike Graves took over as WUKY's music director in 2011. You can also hear him weekdays from 9 -  noon on Rock & Roots.

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Review: Dr. Dog, 'The Psychedelic Swamp'

LOS ANGELES (AP) _ David Bowie fans found a new way to be passing time after
the pop star's death: setting a single-day record for video views on Vevo.
 
 The music video service owned by Universal and Sony says views of Bowie videos
hit 51 million Monday, the day after he died at age 69.
 
 That broke the record held by Adele, whose videos had 36 million views when her
song ``Hello'' debuted on Oct. 23.
 
 Vevo hosts more than 60 Bowie videos, including ``Space Oddity'' and ``The Jean

AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Harry Connick, Jr. On Tough Love And Letting Go Of The Wheel

In 1989, the New York Times wrote this about a 21-year-old up-and-comer from New Orleans: "Harry Connick, Jr. may have what it takes to inject the world of traditional jazz with a shot of Hollywood glamour."

Review: Jeff Lynne's ELO, 'Alone In The Universe'

G. Love & Special Sauce: Still Cooking

OCTOBER 25, 2015

In the beginning, there was the blues. A while later, there was hip-hop. And then, in the early 1990s, the musical melting pot of G. Love and Special Sauce served up something called hip-hop blues.

Rock & Roots Artist: Keith Richards - 'Crosseyed Heart'

Oct 26, 2015

AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine…

Patty Griffin, Self-Made 'Servant Of Love,' On The Strange Gift Of Age

Ten albums in, Patty Griffin isn't slowing down. Her new album tackles love and humanity with a sound straight out of the juke joint and a passion that surges from each song. It also marks a milestone in the artist's personal life: She began writing it just as she was staring down her 50th birthday.

Gary Clark Jr.: 'Music Is Medicine To Me'

Gary Clark Jr., the blues-guitar wunderkind from Austin, Texas, who grew up into a solo star, titled his latest LP The Story of Sonny Boy Slim in a nod to his own nickname and whirlwind ascent. But there's a song on the album whose name might better represent its overall tone: "The Healing."

Review: Anderson East, 'Delilah'

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