Lost River Sessions

Lost River Sessions introduces you to emerging artists from the world of bluegrass, folk and Americana music. In addition to the award-winning TV show produced by WKU PBS, Lost River Sessions is now featured twice monthly on WKU Public Radio -- with one show broadcast live from at the Capitol Arts Center (listed in bold below) and the other pre-recorded. 

2017 Lost River Sessions Thursday Night Schedule
4/6: The Other Years/Jeffrey Foucault
4/20  Kelsey Waldon & The Dead Broke Barons (LIVE at the Capitol, 7pm CDT)
5/4 Artists TBA (radio only)
5/18 Artists  TBA (Captiol Arts Center, 7pm CDT)

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Lost River Sessions

Americana band 8 Track Love and singer-songwriter Lauren Cunningham are this month's featured performers on Lost River Sessions from WKU Public Radio. 

8 Track Love is made up of Mike Natcher, Zach Lindsay, Steven Page and David Page.  Their Lost River Session was recorded at the Faculty House at WKU. 

Lost River Sessions

Episode 2 of Lost River Sessions on WKU Public Radio features the Vickie Vaughn Band in a performance recorded at the Historic Railpark and Train Museum in Bowling Green.  In the second half of the show, we enjoy the songs and stories of Nashville singer-songwriter Will Kimbrough. His Lost River Session was recorded at Brickyard Cafe in Franklin, Kentucky. 

Lost River Sessions is produced in association with WKU PBS.

Lost River Sessions

Two bands from our area, The Carmonas and The Dead Broke Barons have been among the groups who have performed on the WKU PBS series Lost River Sessions.  

The show made its WKU Public Radio debut this week. You can hear the show by clicking on the headline of this story. 

The concerts are recorded at various locations around South Central Kentucky. The Dead Broke Barons set was recorded at the Gallery on the Square in Franklin, Ky.  The Carmonas were recorded at Gallery 916 in Bowling Green. 
 

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