Sounds Good

11 am - 1 pm Weekdays

About The Show

The music on Sounds Good is a mix of legacy artists who are still making great music now (Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Bonnie Raitt) deep cuts from classic artists (The Band, The Beatles, Grateful Dead, Talking Heads, REM) great contemporary artists who don' t receive commercial airplay (Neko Case, Wilco, Jack White, Darrell Scott, The Black Keys) and those who defy the boundaries of categorization (Punch Brothers, Bela Fleck, Ry Cooder, Bill Frisell, Justin Townes Earle). You'll also get a bit of World music, Blues, Soul/R&B, Reggae and Jazz.

Additionally, you'll hear interviews with newsmakers and community leaders, live music from some of our region's best musicians, our community events calendar and more.

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Playlist

October 03, 2012

11:05 AM
When U Love Somebody
Artist : The Fruit Bats
Album : Mouthfuls
Label : Sub Pop
11:09 AM
Tighten Your Wig
Artist : Galactic
Album : Vintage Reserve
Label : Volcano
11:12 AM
False Hearted Lover Blues
Artist : Levon Helm
Album : Dirt Farmer
Label : Vanguard Records
11:27 AM
Let’s Save Tony Orlando’s House
Artist : Yo La Tengo
Album : And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out
Label : Matador Records
11:32 AM
Little Green Bag
Artist : George Baker
Album : Reservoir Dogs OST
Label : Mca
11:36 AM
San Antonio, TX
Artist : Frank Black & The Catholics
Album : Devil's Workshop
Label : Spin Art
11:40 AM
Shake It
Artist : SIMO
Album : Self Titled
Label : Simo
11:44 AM
The Sky Is Crying
Artist : Stevie Ray Vaughn & Double Trouble
Album : Blues At Sunrise
Label : Sony
11:48 AM
Ten Years Gone
Artist : Led Zeppelin
Album : Physical Graffiti
Label : Swan Song
11:54 AM
Street People
Artist : Bobby Charles
Album : Country Funk 1969-1975
Label : LIGHT IN THE ATTIC
11:58 AM
Heel to Toe
Artist : John Scofield
Album : Works For Me
Label : Verve
12:05 PM
Scarlet Town
Artist : Bob Dylan
Album : Tempest
Label : Columbia
12:12 PM
Tombstone Blues
Artist : Tim O’Brien
Album : Red On Blonde
Label : Sugar Hill
12:15 PM
Open All Night
Artist : Bruce Springsteen
Album : Nebraska
Label : Sony
12:22 PM
Knotty Pine
Artist : David Byrne & Dirty Projectors
Album : Dark Was The Night
Label : 4ad Records
12:25 PM
Home
Artist : David Byrne & Brian Eno
Album : Everything That Happens Will Happen Today
Label : TODO MUNDO
12:30 PM
Dinner For Two
Artist : David Byrne & St. Vincent
Album : Love This Giant
Label : 4AD / Todo Mundo
12:34 PM
Life During Wartime
Artist : David Byrne & Caetano Veloso
Album : Live at Carnegie Hall
Label : Nonesuch
12:41 PM
Great Expectations
Artist : The Gaslight Anthem
Album : The '59 Sound
Label : Side One Dummy
12:44 PM
Strange
Artist : Galaxie 500
Album : On Fire
Label : Rykodisc
12:47 PM
When I Was Young
Artist : The Wood Brothers
Album : Live Volume Two: Nail & Tooth
Label : RED GENERAL CATALOG
12:52 PM
Have Mercy
Artist : The Bluebeats
Album : Moonshot! A Moon Ska Records Compendium
Label : Moon Ska/Caroline

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Arts
6:55 pm
Tue July 9, 2013

Meet Craig Felker, Christian Pop/Rock Singer with Hearts of Saints and Paducah Native

Credit www.heartsofsaints.com

Sounds Good welcomes Paducah native Craig Felker. Felker is the front man for the Christian pop/rock group Hearts of Saints performing on the riverfront this Thursday at 7:30 p.m. He speaks with Kate Lochte about growing up in Paducah, how his faith has played a role in his style of music and how music has strengthened his faith. The Christian pop/rock group, also comprised of Jason Killebrew, Jesse Grisham, and Joel Purdy, plays on Wilson Stage. The concert is free to the public. For more information on the summer concert series, visit paducahalliance.org.

Watch their music video for "Merciful God" below:

Society
11:42 am
Tue July 9, 2013

Watson & Robinson Collection Offers Glimpse into African-American History in Hopkinsville

Kate Lochte speaks with Louise Jones of the Kentucky Historical Society about the Watson & Robinson Families Collection on exhibit at the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library. The collection features 27 handwritten letters detailing family history information and offers a glimpse into the history of African-American communities in Hopkinsville. A free community event, made possible by the Kentucky Historical Society and the African American Genealogy Group of Kentucky, will be held July 20 at the library. Sessions include open-sharing sessions about the letters, and a special panel discussion on researching African-American roots. For more information, contact the KHS Reference Desk at 502-564-1792, extension 4460, or email KHSrefdesk@ky.gov.

Arts
11:30 am
Tue July 9, 2013

MFA Reading Wednesday Night Brings This American Life Essayist to Murray

Murray State's MFA Reading Series' fourth and final visiting author Davy Rothbart has achieved celebrity status for contributions to This American Life and for being interviewed by David Letterman and appreciated by Jon Stewart. This year a musical titled Found is premiering, based on Rothbart's decade of producing Found Magazine. He's also an essayist and memoirist. Some say he's a modern day Jack Kerouac for the rap generation. Rothbart presents Wednesday at 7 p.m. in Clara Eagle Gallery of Doyle Fine Arts on campus, a reading that's open to all. Kate Lochte asked Davy Rothbart about his work.

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Culture
12:49 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

Celebrate Independence Day at The Homeplace

LBL's Special Events Coordinator Cindy Earls and Public Affairs Specialist Denise Schmittou join Kate Lochte in the studio to talk about special 4th of July events at Land Between the Lakes this weekend. At The Homeplace, attend events including decorating the house and dinner on the ground (bring a picnic lunch), raise the Liberty Pole and join Kentucky Statesman Henry Clay. Enjoy old-time music by The Dixie Volunteers, tales by Don Bailey, patriotic crafts, games, and refreshments. Click here for more information (PDF).

Arts
12:35 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

Wicker Poetry Ponders Pop Culture Icons

The 2012 publication of "Maybe the Saddest Thing" gave poet Marcus Wicker more national attention. His earning the 2011 Ruth Lilly Fellowship brought him a $15,000 prize. He teaches writing at the University of Southern Indiana in Evansville and reads from his works this Sunday at 7 p.m. at Murray State as a visiting artist in the MFA Summer Reading series. The reading is open to all in the Clara M. Eagle Gallery, sixth floor Doyle Fine Arts. Kate Lochte met Mr. Wicker by phone.

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Arts
9:47 am
Wed July 3, 2013

Daughter of the West Adds New Voice to Literature of the Region

Soft-spoken, wide-eyed author Claire Vaye Watkins packs a punch with odd, heart-rending stories set in Nevada and collected in the book Battleborn, which won the 2012 Story Prize, the 2013 Rosenthal Family Foundation Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and a Silver Pen Award from the Nevada Writers Hall of Fame.  It was also named a Best Book of 2012 by the San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Globe, Time Out New York and Flavorwire, and a Best Short Story Collection by NPR.org.  Last year the National Book Foundation named Watkins one of the "5 under 35" best writers.  Claire Vaye Watkins teaches at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania and her reading for the Murray State MFA program this Saturday at 7 p.m. is open to all. Kate Lochte has conversation with the author. 

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Arts
9:37 am
Wed July 3, 2013

Summer Party at the Murray Art Guild

Sounds Good features three guests involved in the Murray Art Guild Party this Friday night: Ceramicists Wayne Bates and Cooper Levering, and Debi Danielson, the Guild’s Executive Director. They describe events and features at the party, including Fired Together: same clay same kiln different artists (Bates & Levering), musical performance by The Eddy Grove Trio, a monster draw rally, Empty Bowls Studio, the Cellar Door, art activity, and food on stick! See more at murrayartguild.org

Arts
4:18 pm
Mon July 1, 2013

MFA Reading Series Begins Saturday with Alumni Poet Larry O. Dean

Chicago-based teacher, poet, singer, songwriter Larry O. Dean is an alumnus of the MFA program and opens its summer readings program at 3 p.m. Saturday in Clara M. Eagle Gallery on the 6th floor of Doyle Fine Arts.  His latest book is titled Brief Nudity.  He tells Kate Lochte how being a Poet-In-Residence in Chicago Public Schools is good for his writing practice and shares a few of his "people" poems.

Society
3:05 pm
Fri June 28, 2013

Community Initiatives at the Murray-Calloway County United Way

Kate Lochte speaks with Aaron Dail, Executive Director of the Murray-Calloway County United Way, on Sounds Good. They talk about the transformation of the United Way involving community conversations and community change, and efforts being made on a local level. Three of their current focus areas are educational attainment, income stability for families, and healthy living/healthy lifestyles. Also, Aaron talks about local campaigns such as GetConnected and their involvement with Toyota's bornlearning initiative. See more at mccunitedway.com.

Arts
2:56 pm
Fri June 28, 2013

Kristi Hanson on the Wastelanders Summertime 2013 Exhibit

Artwork by Kristi Hanson
Credit paducahwastelanders.com

Kate Lochte speaks with Kristi Hanson of the Wastelanders group on Sounds Good. The Paducah Wastelanders Summertime 2013 Exhibit opens with a reception Saturday, June 22, from 5-8PM and closes with a reception Saturday, June 29, from 5-8PM at 950 Park Avenue, Paducah. Exhibiting artists include E.J. Abell, Mark Donham, Nancy Flowers, Juanita Gilliam, Kristi Hanson, LaNelle Mason, Jane Viterisi, Ginger Adams, Bill Ford, and Joe Viterisi. Music will be performed by Mark Donham. The receptions are open to the public, and refreshments will be provided. For more information, visit paducahwastelanders.com.

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