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Casey Rae

A huge congratulations to The Savage Radley, winners of the WKMS Battle of the Bands 2016 Competition Thursday night at Maiden Alley Cinema!

Thank you to our finalists, all of the bands that participated, everyone who voted and our competition co-sponsors. 

Update: Thank you to everyone who voted in the semi-finals. The four finalists will be announced on Sounds Good, Monday. They will move forward to the finals at Maiden Alley Cinema on March 31!

We've narrowed down 26 submissions to the top eight semi-finalists. Now it's up to your vote!

The top finalists, decided by your votes, will perform in the finals live at Maiden Alley Cinema on March 31, where the audience will determine the grand-prize winner. 

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Maiden Alley Cinema is wrapping up the year with the debut of their new permanent stage for the Music@MAC series, a Film Brew and a Movies for Me family night. On Sounds Good, Austin Carter speaks with Executive Director Landee Bryant-Greene about their events through the end of the year, including a CD release party featuring holiday tunes by regional musicians.

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The River's Edge International Film Festival begins this Thursday and continues through Sunday in downtown Paducah. In it's 11th year, the festival brings David Wilson from the City of Bradford (UK), a UNESCO City of Film, to the UNESCO city of Crafts & Folk Art. On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with Landee Bryant-Greene of Maiden Alley Cinema about the festival.

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Maiden Alley Cinema brings Brooklyn-based band Miracles of Modern Science to their space this evening, also performing is Paducah-based group Fairseas. On October 17, they host their fifth annual Oktoberfest, with headliner Jessica Lee Wilkes, a Bavarian spread by Kirchoff's and five breweries. Tracy Ross speaks with Maiden Alley's Executive Director Landee Bryant-Greene about the festival.

Glenn Hall, with thanks to Maiden Alley Cinema

American roots musician Pokey LaFarge played a sold out show at Paducah's Maiden Alley Cinema last week. Tracy Ross had a moment to chat with him before the performance about his love of baseball, his favorite music outside of the style he plays, favorite venues around the world and time zones. We also hear a couple songs from the evening's performance.

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LeCows Dairy in Paducah is the last dairy farm in McCracken County. Passed down over generations, the family farm is now a women-owned business, with co-ownership between Ellie Gore Waggoner and her mother Lesa Elliott Clark. Ellie will be among the farmers in the Q&A session after the screening of the documentary "Farmland" at Maiden Alley Cinema on Friday, July 31, hosted by The Kentucky Soybean Board and CommonGround of Kentucky. The latter is an organization of Kentucky women offering conversations between women who grow food and women who buy it. On Sounds Good, Kate Lochte speaks with Waggoner about her experience in farming and the upcoming film.

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Maiden Alley Cinema is holding a Kickstarter campaign for a state-of-the-art sound equipment set up for their Music @ MAC series. Executive Director Landee Bryant Greene joins Kate Lochte on Sounds Good to talk about the crowd funding project, the showing of the art film "Mary" and the next performance, coming up Friday. 

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The late Connie Donley's family and friends in Paducah continue her passionate interest in race unity with a roll-out of many events in coming weeks, all intended to get black and white people talking about race together. They found a project for a perfect opener. Brian Grimm, director of the film Racial Taboo, visits Paducah, dines with the Race Unity Group tonight, speaks with the Paducah Sun and helps with the first four showings of his creation set for this weekend at Maiden Alley Cinema. Kate Lochte speaks with Grimm on Sounds Good.

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Maiden Alley Cinema hosts a series of music performances this weekend, welcoming back JD McPherson tomorrow night (Thursday) and on Friday a night music by Jack Grelle, Amy LaVere and The Hooten Hallers. Landee Bryant-Greene of Maiden Alley talks about the bands with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good and the partnership with the local chapter of the NAACP to show the film Racial Taboo, with an appearance by the director.

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