Paducah Parks Services

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Update: Due to weather, the ceremony has been moved to the conference room in the Parks Services Building at 1400 H.C. Mathis Drive.  

A company contracted to clean up the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant is donating 500 red maple trees to the City of Paducah for Earth Day. 

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The city of Paducah has accepted a $68,095 grant toward building a walking trail at the future Fountain Avenue Health Park.

Paducah Parks special event coordinator Molly Tomasallo speaks with Tracy Ross about tonight's Riverfront Concert with folk/rockabilly sounds by local band Solid Rock'It Boosters and Wisconsin rivertown group Horse Shoes and Hand Grenades. Tomasallo says there's toe tapping and surprises in this final free concert for the season from 6 to 8:30.

RIVERfront Concert Series

Cool, clear weather will set the bluesy tone for tonight's RIVERfront Concert, the second-to-last of seven concerts this season. Paducah Parks Services Special Events Director Molly Tommasallo speaks with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good to tell us more about tonight's bands, Adam and the H-Bomb and Tee Dee Young.

Paducah Parks Services continues their free RIVERfront Concert Series this evening at 6 with acoustic, Lexington-based, chamber folk group Bear Medicine Band (who we recently spoke with when they played LowerTown) and Austin, Texas indie folk duo Dawn and Hawkes, who performed on NBC's The Voice in 2014. On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with Special Event Coordinator Molly Tomasallo about tonight's event and some up coming concerts. 


Paducah Parks Services continues their RIVERfront Concert Series tonight beginning at 6 featuring western Kentucky funk band The Great Gatsby Jazz Funk Odyssey and at 7 with New Orleans jazz vocalist Carsie Blanton.

Paducah Parks Services continues their RIVERfront Concert Series tonight with performances by local group Gideon's Rifle (also WKMS Battle of the Bands winner) and Nashville-based group Humming House. Both are five-piece bands that complement each other in terms of style and energy, says Special Events Coordinator Molly Tomasallo. She speaks with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good about tonight's concert in downtown Paducah.

Paducah Parks Services kicked off their summer concert series last summer. This summer they've turned it up a notch with more performances, partnering with local and nationwide musicians Thursday evenings from 6 to 8:30 downtown on the Wilson Stage on the Ohio River. Tonight features western Kentucky collective The Drunken Poets and Oklahoma native Parker Millsap, who NPR says is "an emerging voice of Americana." On Sounds Good, Chad Lampe speaks with special events coordinator Molly Tomasallo about the series.

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The Paducah Parks Services free summer RIVERfront Concert Series kicks off tonight (May 28) with Louisville group Harpeth Rising and local group The Wheelhouse Rousters. On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with Jordana Greenberg, lead singer and violinist of Harpeth Rising, about their new album, their move to Louisville and their performance tonight on the river in Paducah.

Paducah Parks Services hosts a free concert series this summer featuring national and local acts on the Wilson Stage by the riverfront at the end of Broadway. The kick-off is May 28, featuring Louisville group Harpeth Rising and local group The Wheelhouse Rousters. On Sounds Good, Kate Lochte speaks with Special Events Coordinator Molly Tomasallo about RIVERfront Concert Series.