Bright Eyes

Bright Eyes

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Bright Eyes on KCRW

On Sounds Eclectic, host Nic Harcourt plays new, upcoming and recent releases from The Editors, Groove Armada, and the latest from Paul McCartney. Plus a live in-studio performance from Bright Eyes all this and much more on Sounds Eclectic.

Bright Eyes

On Sounds Eclectic, host Nic Harcourt plays new, upcoming and recent releases from The Editors, Groove Armada, and the latest from Paul McCartney. Plus a live in-studio performance from Bright Eyes all this and much more on Sounds Eclectic.

from Nic Harcourt

Conor Oberst heads the collective known as Bright Eyes on Morning Becomes Eclectic  
at 11:15am.

Bright Eyes

Conor Oberst heads the collective known as Bright Eyes on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Connor Oberst is the driving force behind, Bright Eyes, a laid-back, intimate group made up of rotating players-- we'll hear a paired down, acoustic session on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.  Click HERE to watch!

Bright Eyes

Connor Oberst is the driving force behind, Bright Eyes, a laid-back, intimate group made up of rotating players-- we'll hear a paired down, acoustic session on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am. Click HERE to watch!

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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