Live Lunch

UPDATE: The video of this performance is now available on demand.  

Join us on Halloween for our next Sounds Good Live Lunch with Paducah-based indie folk band Red Ember. Formed in 2012, this eclectic band puts a focus on instrumentation and emotional vocal harmonies. 

Listen to their live performance in Studio B in the Noon Hour of Sounds Good on October 31. Murray State University Digital Media Services provided a live video stream.

Watch Red Ember play Sounds Good Live Lunch

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Nashville-based Dan Cohen plays Sounds Good live lunch on November 21 at Noon. The Murray native singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer has written songs with Jace Everett, Doug Powell, Bob DiPiero, Jeffrey Steele, Rodney Clawson, Dylan Altman and Matt King. He's played at the Grand Ole Opry and runs the record label Weston Boys. In his website bio, he says he also loves Thai soup.

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On Sunday, September 28th hear old-time river music with The Wheelhouse Rousters on a special extended A Prairie Home Companion 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Longtime friends of the station, Nathan Blake Lynn on guitar, Josh Coffey on fiddle, and Eddie Coffey on standup bass, play tunes from their new album (set to drop early October) of long forgotten songs gathered by Mary Wheeler of Paducah, as well as some familiar favorites.

Leonard the Band hails from Metropolis, Illinois. They have a groovy, eclectic sound combining the best of blues, jazz and alternative rock influenced by Neil Young, Bob Barley, Wilco, Bob Dylan, Spoon, The Band and Television. They were semi-finalists in our 2014 Battle of the Bands competition, submitting their song "Prescription Pills."

Watch the Performance:

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