Live Music

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Live art performances of all kinds - music, theatre, visual art, literature - are undoubtedly exciting and special. These experiences can also have a more significant impact on an individual's overall mental health than one might think. Murray State professor of psychology, Michael Bordieri, Ph.D., visits Sounds Good to discuss. 

       Santa Ana, California based band, Pope Paul & The Illegals, utilize several facets of Americana rock n' roll, including rockabilly, swing, honky-tonk and blues. The band will be visiting Sounds Good for a live performance on Tuesday, April 3rd. 

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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.

Maiden Alley Cinema brings Brooklyn-based band Miracles of Modern Science to their space this evening, also performing is Paducah-based group Fairseas. On October 17, they host their fifth annual Oktoberfest, with headliner Jessica Lee Wilkes, a Bavarian spread by Kirchoff's and five breweries. Tracy Ross speaks with Maiden Alley's Executive Director Landee Bryant-Greene about the festival.

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Florida Keys musician Steve Webb brings some refreshing island vibes to Sounds Good today as he visits friends in the region. He began playing in central New York for a few decades before falling in the love with the Keys and eventually moving down there to continue his music career. He's performing at Eddy Creek Marina Resort in Eddyville tonight, tomorrow and Saturday at 6 p.m.


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.