Rock & Roots

Weekdays 9 AM - 4 PM

Something More Than Free is the follow up to Isbell s 2013 celebrated breakthrough album Southeastern, which received overwhelming support from the press and went on to sell over 150,000 copies. Isbell was the subject of stories in outlets ranging from The New York Times Magazine and Wall Street Journal to NPR s All Things Considered and Fresh Air with Terry Gross. Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit made multiple television appearances, including The Late Show with David Letterman, Conan and Austin City Limits.

STORY Sessions Documentary & Single

Jun 16, 2015


The STORY Sessions: watch the documentary below and purchase the single “Meet Me in the Middle” now!

Tom Moon/NPR Music…

Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell CD 'The Traveling Kind'...

NPR Music: Jewly Hight review...

NPR Music: First Listen…

The young man sounds a bit shaken. His lover, perhaps the love of his life, has departed. He's surveying his options, talking to her even though she's not there, the way the jilted sometimes do. "I could wring out each memory until I get every drop."

Rock & Roots Artist - Boz Scaggs: 'A Fool To Care'

May 25, 2015


Listen to Rock & Roots Mon-Fri at 10:50, 12:50 & 2:50 for songs from the new Boz Scaggs CD 'A Fool To Care'... PLUS a chance to WIN your own copy!

Review by Thom Jurek:

WUKY's Phoenix Fridays for 2015 was a big success. And that's due mostly to you, our contributing listeners. You made your way downtown driven by your love for great live music in a beautiful community setting... Phoenix Park. Big thanks to the musicians as well... the very talented local bands... The Other Brothers, Twin Limb, The Wags, Coralee and The Townies and Ben Sollee.  To all the new and upcoming nationally touring bands... thanks for helping to make our summer even better... you're the best!

Review by James Christopher Monger:

My Morning Jacket has built a reputation as a group who consistently challenges the paradigms in which they are placed. Since their start in 1999, the Louisville quintet has amassed over 2 million total albums sold, and received Grammy nominations for each of their last two. The New York Times wrote this about the band, “…the new kings of expand-your-mind, religious-experience rock…” and Rolling Stone named them as the "#10 Greatest Live Act”.