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A new album, an upcoming performance, and a couple of songs that describe all things “relationships.”

Today Cory Williams, singer/songwriter joined us with a performance of two of his new songs, “Throw It At The World” and “Josephine House”. 

The last 5 years, Cory was living in Austin, TX doing what he loved and from that came a couple albums, but specifically a new album he released in March titled, “Bird Mouth.” It was recorded with and performed by Austin staples and The Band Of Heathens, along with songwriters such as, David Ramirez and Kelsey Wilson of Sir Women & Wild Child and album art by Shakey Graves.

He recently moved back home here in Indiana to marry his high school sweetheart and can’t wait to get back out playing shows in Indy which he calls “home.”

Cory has a new album coming out on June 12th.

Today he joined us with a performance of two of his new songs, “Throw It At The World” and “Josephine House”. 

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You may know Joshua Kaufman, singer-songwriter, from NBC’s “The Voice,” or any of his many other appearances, and now you have the chance to see him live, and in-person at the Locally Made festival this weekend!

Today, Joshua performed “If I Ran the Zoo” from his album NDOXO Vol. 1 along with a single he released last year called “Lie to Me.”

Joshua is an American soul singer and singer-songwriter. A native of the Tampa Bay area in Florida, Kaufman is based out of and resides in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is best known for winning the sixth season of NBC’s The Voice as a member of Usher’s team and previously Adam Levine’s team.

Locally Made is a fantastic new art, music and culinary festival happening on May 15th and May 16th from noon to 6 p.m. It’s produced by and hosted at the Indianapolis Arts Center. This festival replaces the Broad Ripple art fair. Indy Jazz Fest was was asked to partner up on this festival to curate the music.

The new community event is presented by OneAmerica. It will showcase the talents of Indiana creators. Brought to you by the Indianapolis Art Center and Indy Jazz Fest, Locally Made features the creativity and talent in our circle city and surrounding areas in a celebration of art, music, local brews, and food!

Partnering with the Indy Jazz Fest, this festival will feature local musicians who live and breathe the Indy music scene! Guests will be able to enjoy some sweet sounds while taking in the work of a select number of talented Indiana-based artists throughout the Art Center grounds selling unique and one-of-a-kind art. While your there, don’t forget to keep an eye out for artful demonstrations in woodturning, wheelthrowing, weaving, raku, blacksmithing, painting, and more from Art Center Teaching Artists and Students.

With only a limited number of tickets available each day for safety and an exciting Backstage Pass area with musician meet and greets and more, this event will be a new experience for our creative community.

When you go to purchase your tickets, look for add-on merchandise options. We are offering a few select NEW items that you can pre-order and pick up at the event. There will be merchandise tents at the event as well, with t-shirts, koozies, and more, but these new items may sell out fast!

For more information on Locally Made visit, For more from Joshua, visit his Instagram.

Jared Thompson, Indy-based jazz saxophonist and composer, re-imagined and expanded the existing Premium Blend catalogue to create the soundtrack for the mini-documentary, 38th and Postmodernism, an insightful presentation that speaks to the myriad of issues that has made 2020 so polarizing. Patty Spitler, host of the upcoming show, Reel TV introduced us to him today.

Jared was also a part of an award-winning 2016 Heartland Film Indy Shorts documentary. There, he discussed how he began playing the saxophone, his involvement in mini-documentaries and his desire to balance film and music.

See his full story and interview with Patty airing on Reel Life TV presented by Heartland Film, Sunday at 11 a.m. on WNDY-TV 23.

Heartland Film President Craig Prater, Manny the Movie Guy and WISH-TV contributor Patty Spitler showcase new movies, introduce viewers to up-and-coming filmmakers and celebrate the creative arts every Sunday at 11 a.m. on MyINDY-TV 23 and at ReelLife.TV.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — A Facebook comment from an Alabama musician is going viral on social media causing some to be outraged across the country.

Phillip McCain was recently kicked out of a band and had a gig canceled after the post was spread.

Below is a screen grab of the comment about immigrants where McCain said he would “volunteer” to shoot them when they approach the border. He goes on to write that he does not care about them, their kids, or their asylum.

“What I meant and what I should have said is that I just want to protect American borders,” said McCain, who called the post a mistake.

His website shows him with a guitar, but right now the music has stopped. McCain was kicked out of the band “Buck Wild” and had a recent gig at Pablo’s Restaurante and Cantina in the Colonnade canceled.

“I’m not into violence so it makes me afraid of how it’s going to effect our business,” said Putu Primanta, the manager of the restaurant.

Primanta is an immigrant himself and says he received several messages from people who were upset.

“Our clientele are coming from many different backgrounds and ethnicities so I have to look at what’s best interest for the restaurant so that’s why I made that decision,” said Primanta.

While McCain is apologizing for what he said, he is not saying sorry for his beliefs on immigration.

“I am all for legal immigration, people coming here and doing it the right way and having the desire to become an American citizen but an apology for my comment that I made that was wrong, I am not going to back down on my stance that I am against illegal immigration,” said McCain.

McCain told CBS 42 he has received death threats. After our interview, several people emailed the newsroom alleging similar past comments from McCain. When contacted about the emails, McCain said he had no comment.