Live Lunch

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No live audience this week as we re-broadcast a very special performance by Mondo Cozmo.

Following the breakup of Eastern Conference Champions, frontman Joshua Ostrander started writing songs for what would become known as Mondo Cozmo. At the time, he was working two landscaping jobs and would come home at night and start recording in his bedroom. We were blown away by the results. His songs spotlighted a new creative direction and sound. Our first taste of his new project was the song “Shine”, which kept us wanting to hear more, and we totally fell in love with his debut album “Plastic Soul”.

For more information:  Official Site   Facebook  Twitter  Joshua Ostrander

About Live Lunch

WFPK hosts Live Lunch every Friday at noon. Come see your favorite local and touring artists perform live in the Louisville Public Media performance studio at 619 S. Fourth Street in downtown Louisville. Doors open around 11:30 AM.

If you’re a WFPK member at $10/month or more, you can reserve a free lunch from the City Café (first 50 callers receive a lunch). Call 502-814-6565 up to one week in advance and at least 24 hours in advance.

WPFK members at $15/month or above can enter for a chance to win front-row reserved seats. Reserved seats will be drawn at noon on Tuesdays.

Brown bag your lunch, and join us for this free performance. If you can’t make the performance in person, listen live at 91.9 WFPK Radio Louisville. Due to fire code regulations, space in the performance studio is limited to 70 people.

All Live Lunch concerts are subject to change.

We kindly ask that guests adhere to our attendance policy during live broadcasts:

– Absolutely no disruptive noises or distractions are permitted.
– Guests are to enter and exit between selections.
– Our friends at T-Mobile would like to remind you to please turn off all cell phones and pagers.
– No cameras or recording devices are permitted without prior approval.