Programs A-Z

Explores the roots of American music and visits with musicians and others with insights into that music.

Tony Doolin, known to many Lexington radio fans as "Roadkill," is your host for Americana Carnival, which features many artists familiar to WUKY listeners, including Ryan Bingham, Kasey Chambers, and Steve Earle. He also features Americana...

Crossroads Radio may seem a little musically schizophrenic at times. But at its heart is a deep love and respect for Roots music, regardless of classification. And it's that "regardless of classification" part that leads it to include Rock 'n'...

It may be Girls' Night Out, but the music is for everyone as Anne Deck features contemporary female artists like Brandi Carlisle, Nellie McKay, Joan Armatrading, Kate Bush, Pretenders, Tori Amos, and more!  Discover the unique, explore the...

Each week on Joe's Blues, "The Radio Juke Joint," host Joe Conkwright presents a different theme, showcasing various styles, ideas, and musicians across the broad spectrum of blues, jazz, rock, soul, funk and folk music, featuring some lively...

Red Barn Radio showcases Old Time and Bluegrass musicians, both from our Commonwealth and neighboring states where Kentucky music has settled and flourished.

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WUKY's Rock & Roots takes you on a musical journey of discovery through the latest and the roots  in Americana, folk, blues, indie rock, and much more. Rock & Roots also features live music and interviews with some of...

Host Anne Deck makes the second show in WUKY's Friday night lineup an adventuresome mix of upbeat songs by acclaimed solo artists. Anne's sure to keep things interesting with diverse styles ranging from rock to reggae, jazz to pop! Weekly "Shot...

Follow the Dead without leaving your house! The Grateful Dead Hour features albums cuts, live music, and bootlegs from The Grateful Dead.

The WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour is produced and hosted by folksinger Michael Johnathon.

World Cafe showcases indie rock, singer-songwriters, folk, alternative country, blues, and world music. Produced by WXPN, Philadelphia.