Live Lunch

Zach Ladd

The Black Eyed Susans, based out of Murray, Kentucky, is the musical fusion of three distinctive, local songwriters. Using their multi-instrumentalism and traditional folk three-part harmonies, the Susans create a soundscape both familiar and unique. The trio will visit the Sounds Good studio this Friday for the first Live Lunch of the year. 

Wayne Harper On Live Lunch This Friday

Nov 26, 2018
Wayne Harper

Join us this Friday at noon for a special Live Lunch performance from multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, Wayne Harper.

A Quilt City Hustle, This Friday On Live Lunch

Oct 15, 2018
A Quilt City Hustle

Tune in this Friday at noon for a Live Lunch performance from 2018 WKMS Battle of the Bands champions, A Quilt City Hustle.

A Quilt City Hustle was born in Paducah, Kentucky in the spring of 2017. The group won the WKMS Battle of the Bands in 2018 following the release of their single "All Love."  The genre-bending group is currently at work on their debut EP at Paducah's Time on the String Studio. AQCH has been featured at various local festivals including main stage performances at BBQ on the River and the Lowertown Arts And Music Festival.

Barely Blue On Live Lunch, Sept. 14

Sep 7, 2018
Barely Blue FB

Tune in next Friday, September 14, for a special Live Lunch performance from Murray's, Barely Blue.

The tasteful, 3-piece, blends classic rock, soul and blues influences, for a high energy and entertaining live show. The band's leader, Gregory "Cookie" Simpson, will amaze with his unique and skillful guitar playing that makes one think of guitar greats like Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

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   Aptly named after a hybrid of The Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd, Leonard the Band is known for mashing sounds and styles into one unique rock n' roll experience. The Metropolis, IL band will be visiting Sounds Good prior to their album release show at Maiden Alley Cinema next week.

Sam Hadfield Band, This Friday on Live Lunch

Jan 9, 2018
Laura E. Partain

Tune in this Friday at noon to hear Paducah based songwriter, Sam Hadfield and his band as they play songs from his new E.P. "Finders Never Sing The Blues."

Stetson Fields

Join Tracy Ross this Friday at noon for another installment of Live Lunch. Murray's own beach-pop duo, Cruel Waves, will be visiting Sounds Good for an hour of music and discussion. Comprised of Alejandro Villanueva on guitar and Melanie Davis on vocals, guitar, and drums, the pair combines jazzy lounge-inspired vocals with surf-influenced guitar riffs. The melodies that dance between the agile mezzo and captivating guitar create an ethereal, bittersweet, and unique sound. 

Fate McAfee On The Next Live Lunch, Sept. 1

Aug 22, 2017
Shaina Goodman, Fate McAfee

Tune in for the next WKMS Live Lunch for a special performance from WKMS Singer Songwriter contest finalists and Paris, TN native, Fate McAfee.  McAfee recently released his debut album, Little Bill And The Late Fees, and has been performing regionally and beyond in support of the release.  With intelligent lyrics, a unique voice, and skillful musicianship, McAfee is strongly rooted in the American folk tradition.  He can command an audience completely with just his voice and guitar, and of course, his excellent songs.

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.

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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