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Comedian Red Green (@8:45pm ET)
Steve Smith plays the acerbic, dry-witted Red Green, lodge leader and host of the show that takes special aim at the yet unexplored humorous side of the male ego and other inflatables. Pat McKenna plays Harold, Red’s techno-geek nephew, and Rick Green (no relation to Red) is the klutzy naturalist Bill. Each week they pass the time bonding, adventuring, entrepreneuring and basically keeping the eight-year-old in them alive and well.
J.D. Shelburne (@8:15 pm ET)
Nashville-based country music artist J.D. Shelburne was raised on a tobacco farm in Taylorsville, Kentucky, just outside of Louisville. When J.D. was 19, he found a guitar after the death of his grandmother. He quickly learned how to play it, and began writing and singing songs on his own. By his sophomore year of college, he had found a few gigs at some local bars in Louisville & Lexington, Kentucky area venues, developing a large base of fans along the way.
Bryan Fox ft. Nappy Roots (@7:45pm ET)
Nappy Roots is a Grammy nominated American alternative southern rap group from Louisville Kentucky. They are best known for their hit singles "PoFolks," "Aw Naw," "Round da Globe" and "Good Day."
In 2011, members Ron Clutch and Buffalo Stille collaborated with country rock artist Bryan Fox on the single “Countryfied State of Mind” and most recently on the track “That’s About Me”.
Nappy Roots is set to release new music the summer of 2020.
Will Muse (@7:15 pm ET)
Will’s immersion into music began at age five during music lessons where he quickly demonstrated a natural gift for playing piano and electric guitar. Aspiring to be the next Slash in his formative years, the naturally talented Kentucky native has quickly built a name for himself as a late teenager. With featured appearances on national and regional TV, along with his second single “Spend” premiering on Radio Disney in 2019, Muse has set his bar high for recognition.
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Outlaw Poet Ron Whitehead
Ron Whitehead is a poet, writer, editor, publisher, organizer, scholar, professor. He grew up on a farm in Kentucky. He attended The University of Louisville and University of Oxford. As a poet and writer he is the recipient of numerous state, national, and international awards/prizes including The All Kentucky Poetry Prize, The Joshua B. Everett Oxford Scholar Award, English Speaking Union Oxford Scholarship, and others. In 2006, Dr. John Rocco nominated Ron for the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Center Stage Magazine's Missy Wolf
Missy Wolf was born and raised in Southern California and raised by two parents with an extremely different taste in music. Those differences led Wolf down a path full of many artists and genres from Barry Manilow to George Strait, Bon Jovi to BJ Thomas, and many more. The music then became her lifeline. Her love of music led her to follow tours and collect Vinyl, cassettes, CDs, DVDs, and VHS videos of her favorite artists.
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