Studio 865/Flipside on WUOT

First Wednesday of the month, 8-9 p.m. / Sundays at 1 p.m. on WUOT-2.

Studio 865/Flipside is WUOT's monthly program featuring regional music and musicians, hosted by Todd Steed. Studio 865 showcases live performance either in the studio or live around town and beyond.
A co-production of WUOT and UTTV Comcast Channel 194 

NOTE: Hear archived Flipside programs Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m. and Sundays at 1:00 p.m. on WUOT-2. 

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Gran Torino Returns

Sep 16, 2019

Lead vocalist Chris Ford talks about the upcoming and much anticipated Gran Torino reunion show a the Mill and Mine on September 27th. 

Todd Steed / Mr.

He lit up the Knoxville music scene for a decade and then tore up the country charts in Nashville.  Con Hunley is truly one of Knoxville's legendary music heroes.  In part one this wide ranging interview, Todd Steed explores Con's early years and his rise in the local music scene. 

As part of the Raised in Knoxville series, WUOT commissioned two songs.  Here is a chance to hear both of them, Raised in Knoxville by Mic Harrison and Hand Me Down Love by Trisha Gene Brady.

Both songs were recorded at Arbor Studios this summer and also feature Evie Andrus, Brock Henderson, John Baker, Jeff Bills, and Greg Horne.

 

Cas Walker Stories

Aug 28, 2019
Tamis

There is an epic Cas Walker book the works. The Raised in Knoxville podcast visits with Dr. Ernest Freeberg of the UT History Department to get the early scoop on what delights await the potential readers

Maggie Longmire explains the origin of the Sing for the Climate Concert on June 29th at the World's Fair Park. 

Indie-pop artist Lucette talks with Todd Steed about her latest recording and her upcoming visit to Knoxville at the Open Chord. 

Sean talks with Todd Steed about some of his favorite music of his youth and his latest recording, Earworm.

Todd Cooper

Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst talk to Todd Steed about their latest recording, big changes in their lives and their return to Knoxville.  

 

Ken Burns Goes Country

Mar 26, 2019
Todd Steed

The newest Ken Burns film, Country Music, will air this fall on PBS. Ken Burns is currently out on a bus tour with producer and writer Dayton Duncan, producer Julie Dunfey, and Old Crow Medicine Show’s Ketch Secor. Todd Steed caught up with all four of them earlier this week for a wide ranging chat covering inspiration, race, Dolly Parton, and more. 

Carissa Stolting, Managing Director of the Big Ears Festival, talks with Todd Steed about some of her favorite performers coming to Knoxville in March. 

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