Southwest corner of 7th and Madison across the street from the Texaco station.
5 p.m. Adam and the H-Bombs: A rock and blues trio from Paducah.
6 p.m. Lew Jetton & 61 South: Two-time “pick to click” winner on XM Radio’s Bluesville Channel, this Paducah-area band calls their sound “Southern-Fried Chicago Blues.”
7 p.m. Geoff Davin: Davin is known for his southern soul sound, infused with some smooth Motown and gospel.
8 p.m. Brian Lavender and Whiskey Bent: They’ll play all of your new country favorites, and mix in some of their original music as well.
9 p.m. The Great Gatsby Jazz Funk Odyssey: A mixture of old funk and contemporary sounds.
10 a.m. Music From the Front Porch Live Broadcast: The cornerstone music program on public radio will feature performances from The McKendrees, Terrapin Pond and Bawn in the Mash.
2 p.m. Bawn in the Mash: Their bluegrass sound is a staple in the Paducah music scene. With new music from their fourth studio album, the show only gets better.
3 p.m. Abby Burke & The Soul Catchers: Burke’s powerful voice is complimented by a bank specializing in funk, jazz and R&B.
4 p.m. Joe Paulson: Paulson, a young singer-songwriter from Indianapolis, plays the rock and pop-style songs on the piano, similar to a young Ben Folds.
6 p.m. Coco Yam Band: Get ready to dance with this combination of cha-cha, salsa and reggae music.
7 p.m. Marrakesh Express: A Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young tribute band, complete with the 1969 vibe.
9 p.m. The RoboDrum: The winners of the International Music Festival in Memphis bring a mixture of jazz, blues and rock to the stage.
Noon. Richard Goering: Goering is a master of guitar, using classical and finger-style training to arrange and improv music in all genres.
1 p.m. Terrapin Pond: Their rock/Americana vibe has been described as “one long, psychedelic sigh.”
2 p.m. Downtown County Band: A little blue grass and a little Americana rock mixed into a traditional acoustic quartet.
3 p.m. The McKendrees: This family band perfects the bluegrass sound, with powerful harmony and precision instrumentation.
4 p.m. Trapper Haskins and the Bitter Swill: An alternative rock band out of Nashville who provide original music with amazing lyrics and a culture rooted sound.
Corner of 5th and Madison across from Stout, Farmer & King Law Firm.
5 p.m. Channing and Quinn: Check out the indie soul vibe of this acoustic act from Nashville.
6 p.m. The Trio: A funk and jazz cover band
11 a.m. Mark Donham: A country singer/songwriter from Nashville.
12:15 p.m., 1 p.m., 1:45 p.m. Dennis Scott (30 min. shows): Scott is a two-time Grammy and Emmy award winning artist whose songs have been performed on Sesame Street and the Magic School Bus.
2:30 p.m. wm Alex Ross: A blend of Celtic and Scottish folk music.
4 p.m. Dom Weir: A rock artist, playing music from his two albums and also some of his newest work. Based out of Nashville, his music combines strong Americana southern lyrics with country rock music.
5 p.m. Dean Martinis: Completely unique and 100 percent genuine Tennessee swing music.
6 p.m. Switchmen: An acoustic, three piece rock act out of Lexington performing blues and folk as well.
7 p.m. Freakage/Brey McCoy: A solo project featuring electric music.
Noon. Heath Eric & Molly G.: Eric, a recording artist that specializes in acoustic soul and Americana, performs alongside singer Molly G.
1 p.m. Jim Avett: Avett is a relaxed performer, playing piano in a folk-country style and performing some of his previously recorded original songs.
2 p.m. GodCry: A Christian rock band with a powerful back-story and powerful rock riffs and lyrics.
3:30 p.m. Cecil Wise Story Time: The creator of the “Cecil Wise” character leads an interactive story time.
On the corner of 6th and Harrison.
5 p.m. Carefree Highway: A bluegrass band out of western Kentucky who blends traditional bluegrass with gospel and original songs.
6 p.m. The Breedings: The duo out of Lexington sings original material that is a blend of country and rock.
11 a.m. Ryan Gilchrest: The Murray State University student plays guitar and specializes in alternative music.
Noon. Musical Story Time with Retta Folsom and Bob Dog
Folsom reads children’s stories with her large puppet dog, Bob.
1 p.m. Cecil Wise Story Time
2 p.m. Musical Story Time with Retta Folsom and Bob Dog
2:45 p.m. Megan Light: This Nashville singer calls her rock music “direct, honest and simple.”
4 p.m. Mark Biehl Group: The group combines jazz and saxophone, flute, keyboards and hand percussion.
5 p.m. Parasite Diet: This duo plays “power pop punk.”
Noon. Willow Morning: A trio of women, focusing on folk and light rock.
1 p.m. Local Poets & Spoken Word: Paducah Writer’s Group performing original poetry and spoken word.
3 p.m. Hooked on Science with Jason Lindsey: Lindsey performs hands-on science experiments for kids and adults alike.