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Sounds Good: The Week of May 13
Monday: During the first hour Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence Executive Director Dr. Stu Silberman assesses the progress of Common Core Standards across the Commonwealth, and Murray State College of Education Chair of Early Childhood and Elementary Education Dr. Jo Robertson explains the Reggio Emilia educational philosophy in connection with a conference this week at Henderson Community College’s Fine Arts Center. During the second hour Tracy Ross speaks with The Dirt Daubers’ JD Wilkes about the group’s upcoming CD and performance at the LowerTown Arts and Music Festival which opens Friday afternoon and continues through Sunday.
Tuesday: Our guest for the 11:15 interview on Sounds Good today is watercolorist Carole Gordon of Daviess County whose equestrian art will be on view and for sale at the LowerTown Arts and Music Festival. Sounds Good cedes its second hour today to the special feature: an Intelligence Squared feature on the direction of the Republican Party.
Wednesday: During the first hour of Sounds Good today Paducah Symphony Orchestra Director Daniel Sene reviews the music of the LowerTown Arts and Music Festival, including the Symphony under the direction of Maestro Raffaele Ponti. In the second hour, we continue our coverage of the LowerTown Festival during the second hour when we interview Darrell Martin of Patina in Paducah: his designs re-purpose utilitarian items.
Thursday: Our guest during the first hour is Todd Anderson of Leadership Paducah with news about the The Big Bang Dueling Piano Band of Nashville coming to Harrah’s Casino to fundraise for the Oscar Cross Boys and Girls Club on Saturday, June 1. Lew Jetton talks with us during the second hour. His band, 61 South, is a staple of the area’s blues scene and a regular at the LowerTown Arts and Music Festival.
Friday: Bawn in the Mash and The Great Gatsby Jazz Funk Odyssey observe anniversaries and fundraise for Maiden Alley’s Digital Convergence Fund with an After Party at the Grand Lodge on Fifth after the Dirt Daubers main stage set at the LowerTown Festival. We talk with Josh Coffey, violin, of Bawn in The Mash during the first hour today. The second hour guest for today’s Sounds Good is Henrietta Kemp, hosting a Plein Air Painting Workshop in Princeton.