Free at Noon Flashback: Kopecky Family Band got the crowd riled up for tonight's Union Transfer show - WXPN
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Kopecky Family Band | Photo by Brittany Salerno

Nashville’s Kopecky Family Band played a solid set at today’s double-header Free At Noon concert with The Stray Birds. All six members of the Nashville band trickled on stage, got into position and launched into their trademark high-energy performance, quickly snatching the attention of the audience. Their energy was infectious as they played, with lead vocalist Kelsey Kopecky urging the crowd to sing along and multi-instrumentalist Markus Midkiff utilizing heavy tom drum hits and rim clicks, crafting a beat you couldn’t help but groove to.

The band’s hit “Heartbeat” from 2012’s Kids Raising Kids was a winner, and Kopecky told the crowd that the band would release its follow-up album in January before debuting a new song called “Real Life.” Lead vocalist and guitarist Gabe Simon finished the show off strong by whipping out a trombone during their cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Tusk,” jumping off the stage and leaning in to the crowd as he played – begging for an enthusiastic, whooping response. Miss today’s Free At Noon concert? Check out a gallery of photos and listen to the archived audio below. You can also catch Kopecky Family Band tonight when they headline Union Transfer; go to the XPN Concert Calendar for more info.

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Setlist
The Glow
Hope
Real Life
Heartbeat
Are You Listening?
Tusk

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