You may know Daniel Smith from his work with the Danielson Famile, or his solo project Brother Daniel. This week, Kyle Long talks with Smith about the music he composed for the film "Electric Jesus."
Enjoy an hour of music and stories from the Grammy-winning blues legend Bobby Rush.
Indianapolis folk musician Rich Hynes discusses his new album out titled “Old Naptown Blues", a collection of eight songs that pay tribute to legendary Indianapolis musicians and neighborhoods.
Enjoy an hour of recordings from the pioneers of Hoosier Latin music, including rare and unreleased tracks from Johnny Ramos and Los Latinos, Bob Najera, Rick Espinoza, and others.
Kyle Long discusses “A Killing Year” with creator Jordan Munson. Karla Lopez interviews Irvington Vinyl and Books owner Elysia Lucida Smith. Finally, a tribute to the late Indianapolis-based musician Eugene “Teddy” Vincent.
Years ago, Kyle Long purchased a mysterious tape at a garage sale. This tape contained the only known recordings of the 1961 Indiana Jazz Festival, in Evansville, Indiana
You may have heard of Mary Byrne's work advocating for the LGBTQ+ community in Indiana, but Byrne also had a significant role in Hoosier music history and women’s music across the country.
Explore the music of Hoosier songwriter J. Russel Robinson, an important figure in early jazz and blues music. Robinson's songs were recorded by icons like Louis Armstrong, Bessie Smith and more.
Kyle talks with members of the Indianapolis-based Latin jazz band Pavel and Direct Contact about their new album “Dia Bonito." Activist and musician Sonny Singh shares music from his solo project.
Idris Busari, a Nigerian-born musician who creates music under the name Omogo Reloaded, discusses his music and work with Radio Horizonte, a bilingual radio station based in northern Indiana.
Kyle Long presents part two of his interview with with Lē Weaver, a founding member of the all-female Indianapolis synth-rock band Software. Software was active in Central Indiana from 1983 to 1986.
Kyle Long presents part one of a two-part series with Lē Weaver, a founding member of the all-female Indianapolis synth-rock band Software. Software was active in Central Indiana from 1983 to 1986.
The Indy Arts Council has launched a holiday campaign to welcome Hoosiers back to the arts after last season’s canceled events due to COVID-19.