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On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross and professor of psychology Dr. Michael Bordieri discuss fidget spinners and the importance of treating mental illness and behavioral issues through scientifically established methods.

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Jeran and Shanden Simmons of the western Kentucky progressive rock band Fairseas join Tracy Ross on Sounds Good to talk about the upcoming release of their dual documentary and EP, The Rotunda Project.

Bantha Tracks On The Next Live Lunch, July 7

Jun 30, 2017
Bantha Tracks

Murray based alt-rockers, Bantha Tracks, bring their unique sound to WKMS Studio B on July 7th for the next Live Lunch.  The 2016 WKMS Battle of the Bands Runners-up feature Daniel Thile on guitar and vocals, Mason Henry on bass, and Ben Stone on drums.  The trio formed in the fall of 2015 in Murray with former member, Jason Hamilton, on drums.  The band strives for an original sound with their take on heartfelt and driven alternative rock.

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On Sounds Good, Murray State University Master of Fine Arts Program Director Carrie Jerrell speaks with author Christina Stoddard who will read from her work on July 9 at the Clara Eagle Art Gallery. She will also lead a poetry workshop at Murray State July 8 and 9.

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On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with Erin Lowery, the series producer of KET’s Kentucky Collectibles, coming to Paducah on June 23 and 24 for its antiques appraisal fair.

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On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross and Murray State psychology professor Michael Bordieri discuss the tools that therapists use to treat people of different cultural backgrounds.

Live Lunch with Big Atomic, This Friday

May 31, 2017
Big Atomic

Former WKMS Battle of the Bands champions, and Kentucky jam-rock darlings, Big Atomic, make their presence felt this Friday, June 2nd, on Live Lunch.  With Murray roots and a multifaceted sound, Big Atomic incorporate funk, soul, R&B, rock and pop into a unique package that enlivens and entertains.  Tune in this Friday at noon on your radio, online, or view the video stream on Facebook Live, to hear an hour of performance and conversation with Big Atomic.

Made possible with support from Murray State's Digital Media Services and Just Hamburgers in Paducah.

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Music from the Front Porch host Mike Gowen speaks with Lowertown's Friday headliner Jon Stickley of the Jon Stickley Trio, self-described as hip-hop jazz-grass. The band just released it’s latest album, Maybe Believe.

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Tracy Ross speaks with Addison Rogers of the group Busman's Holiday who perform Friday afternoon at Paducah's Lowertown Arts and Music Festival.

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Murray State psychology professor Dr. Michael Bordieri and Tracy Ross demystify mindfulness on Sounds Good.

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