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Murray, Kentucky based singer-songwriter, Melanie A. Davis, returns to the Sounds Good studio with a full band to debut her new album, Allegoria, in the first Live Lunch installment of 2020. 

Dixie Lynn

Musician, songwriter, folklorist, and honorable Kentucky Colonel, Nathan Blake Lynn, brings his American roots music to Sounds Good's next Live Lunch installment ahead of his Backstage Pass performance at the Clemens Fine Arts Center.

Western Kentucky native Daniel Neihoff combines powerful vocals, Appalachian style finger-picking, and narrative songwriting to create his own blend of Americana, blues, and country. Neihoff is set to perform on the next installment of Live Lunch on the heels of his March 2019 EP release, Appalachian Cry.

Lew Jetton

A Western Tennessee native, Lew Jetton created his distinct style of blues guitar while growing up in Gibson County. Jetton will bring his locally grown music to the Sounds Good studio for the next Live Lunch installment.

Josh Brown

Texas-born Josh Brown started playing guitar in the midst of the 1990s grunge era. Today, he's a Murray, Kentucky bluegrass and folk singer-songwriter. Brown will perform on the next installment of Sounds Good's Live Lunch series next Friday.

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Singer-songwriter and Live Lunch veteran, Fate McAfee, returns to the WKMS studios on the heels of the March release of Diesel Palomino, McAfee's second studio album. McAfee will be backed by Paducah, KY's Leonard the Band (who performed on Sounds Good in 2014 and 2018). 

Dustin Alton Strupp

Louisville, Kentucky based duo, The Other Years, will be featured on the next installment of Sounds Good's Live Lunch series. The duet is born from a sister friendship, two friendly vines headed up the same tree. Their voices combine in many forms, embarking on a journey of songwriting influenced by time old traditions.

Maggie Batson

Led by singer-songwriter, Kayla Little, Little By Little offers fresh takes on classic favorites and earworm-filled originals. The Murray-based three piece will perform on the next installment of Sounds Good's Live Lunch concert series. 

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.