Kopecky On World Cafe : World Cafe The Nashville group, once known as The Kopecky Family Band, imparts rocking uplift in the studio.

Kopecky On World Cafe

Kopecky Family Band On World Cafe

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Kopecky Family Band On World Cafe

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Founded in 2007 by Kelsey Kopecky and Gabe Simon, The Kopecky Family Band — which recently shortened its name to Kopecky — is known for big, brash folk-pop that's uplifting in its sweep. The group didn't release its debut album, Kids Raising Kids, until 2012, after years spent honing its crisp, polished sound.

A new follow-up, Drug For The Modern Age, adds heft and rocking intensity to the mix. On this episode of World Cafe, the band performs a few of the album's songs live in the studio.

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Set List

  • Talk To Me

  • Real Life

  • Quarterback

  • My Love

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