Indie Folk Musician to Play Intimate House Show in Paducah

Sep 22, 2017

Diane Cluck in Pesthuis, Amsterdam, October 2012.
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 NPR Tiny Desk Concert veteran and self-described "intuitive folk" multi-instrumentalist, Diane Cluck, speaks with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good ahead of her intimate house show in Paducah next week. 

    Diane Cluck's unconventional and captivating music sprung out of the anti-folk movement of the early 2000s in New York City. A multi-instrumentalist since a young age, Cluck embodies an unaffected and primally agile vocal tone reminiscent of an early Joni Mitchell all while accompanying herself on guitar, piano, and/or body percussion. In 2014, she was featured on NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series (which you can watch here), and has enjoyed a 15 year long recording and touring career. She now resides in Virginia. 
        Tracy Ross speaks with Diane Cluck on Sounds Good about the significance of music in her life, her performance style and preferences, and the intimate house show she's playing in Paducah this Monday, September 25th. Space is limited, so make sure to order tickets ($15) in advance. For more information about the house show, click here.