Watch live video events and cuts from our video archive of Wired In, interviews and 895 Sessions.

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Trigger Hippy performed on WMOT's Wired In stage at Analog in the Hutton Hotel in Nashville on Nov. 20, 2019. Just months before they released their album Full Circle and Then Some

Trigger Hippy was founded in 2009 by Steve Gorman (co-founder of the Black Crowes) and Nashville artist Nick Govrik. Gorman and Govrik added Ed Jurdi (Band of Heathens) and Amber Woodhouse to complete the group and the Full Circle and Then Some album. 

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Tim O'Brien and his band joined the WMOT Public Radio Music Day celebration with a video session at East Iris Studios, Feb. 24, 2020. O'Brien's most recent album Tim O'Brien Band was released in 2019 and included the song "Diggin' My Potatoes".

My Sister, My Brother on Inspiration During Uncertain Times My Sister, My Brother is debuting their quarantine inspired virtual video for “Forever Now” on WMOT.

This comes on the heels of their recent self-titled EP release on March 6, 2020.

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Michaela Anne joined WMOT at East Iris Studios for our Public Radio Music Day video sessions and performed songs from her recent album, "Desert Dove". 

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Brian Wright brought his band of six Sneakups into the studio at East Iris for WMOT's East Iris Studios video sessions in late February 2020. Brian Wright and the Sneakups new album "Lapse of Luxury" will be released on Cafe Rooster Records May 8, 2020.