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While working from home WNRN is connecting you to some of our favorite musicians near and far in a very personal way in our Home Studio Sessions.
Catch our Home Studio Sessions to hear artists play live from home and talk about what they’re doing to stay happy, healthy, and inspired while they are off the road. Scroll down to hear our most recent sessions or browse them all here.
________________________________________________________________________________________ Butch Vig – Home Studio Session
Washed Out, the project of Georgia singer/songwriter/producer Ernest Greene, performs live from home in Atlanta exclusively for WNRN. Check out the band of the band performing two songs from the forthcoming album Purple Noon due out August 7th on Sub Pop Records. After turns producing for other artists over the past few years, Greene brings bigger and bolder beats, slowed down tempos and luxurious dynamics inspired by the Mediterranean coastline and the area’s distinct island culture. Watch the band lay down hypnotic performances of “Too Late” and “Time To Walk Away” below:
After the end of a nine-year-long relationship, one that had spanned nearly her entire adult life, Courtney Marie Andrews channeled raw emotion into ten immaculate portraits of a woman grieving lost love and tentatively embracing hope on her latest album Old Flowers. (more…)
Well known for his clever and humorous songwriting, folk singer John Craigie kicks it up another notch on his seventh studio album, Asterisk the Universe. With influence from Bob Dylan and frequent collaborator Jack Johnson, the record takes on a form that is both witty and uplifting. (more…)
Despite breakups, reunions, member departures and deaths over their three decades together, Minneapolis band The Jayhawks have continued to make great music, a trend which continues on new album, XOXO. The group that quietly inspired bands like Uncle Tupelo and recorded Americana-tinged classics like Hollywood Town Hall, switches up the songwriting with equal inputs from each of the four current members, while remaining true to their unique sound. (more…)
After finishing his second record with backing band the Night Sweats, energetic front man Nathaniel Rateliff found himself dealing with leftover emotions and materials that didn’t feel quite right for the group. It came at a tumultuous time for Rateliff, following a divorce in 2018 and the death of longtime producer and collaborator Richard Swift. (more…)