Rock & Roots

Weekdays 9 AM - 4 PM

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WUKY c/o Mike Graves

340 McVey Hall

University of Kentucky

Lexington KY 40506-0045

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Who’s ready?!?! Mark those calendars because the 2015 lineup is headed your way in just a week on Tuesday, January 27! We can’t wait to share all we’ve got in store, and we think you’ll enjoy it too! Be sure to snag your weekend passes when they go on sale Friday, January 30.

Rock & Roots presents "The Thursday Album Showcase"... at 1PM every Thursday on 91.3 WUKY and, we'll play an entire album all the way through... beginning to end. Up next Thursday, January 22... Paul Simon... 'Graceland'. Let us know what album you want to hear in the "Showcase."...

Swimmin’ Time
One of the most critically acclaimed albums of 2014!

Check out their electrifying performance on Letterman last night—they absolutely crush it!



6 - 9 PM EST

Tonight, Bonnaroo is inviting fans to announce the bands while they get to watch a sneak peek of the Skrillex SuperJam Documentary plus more great performances from The Farm.

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Rhiannon Giddens' ascent began with her beat-box-infused version of Blu Cantrell's "Hit 'Em Up Style" — from Carolina Chocolate Drops' album Genuine Negro Jig — and continued with her show-stealing Gaelic song performance in the concert film Another Day, Another Time. Her take on Bob Dylan lyrics as a member of The New Basement Tapes dazzled.


The song that knocked Taylor Swift off the top of the Billboard Hot 100 this week is a pulsing, funky rager sung by Bruno Mars. But the name on the track, and the vision behind it, belong to someone else. "Uptown Funk" is the first single from a new album by British producer, songwriter and musician Mark Ronson.

The song was written by Paul for the record-breaking video game Destiny, and until now has been exclusively available within the game itself.  Produced by Giles Martin, “Hope For The Future” is as epic as the game itself.

We're getting closer to the January 20th, when the world will finally get their hands on the incredible new album from The Decemberists, What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World.