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Coyotes, Flamingos and Whale Band Names, Oh My! A Chat with Huntington Musician Sean Knisely

Amelia Ferrell

It's a new radio year, a new radio perspective for A Change of Tune, and that means a new way of doing our semi-frequent artist chats.

This week, we have an in-studio chat and performance from Nashville-by-way-of-Huntington's Sean Knisely, who's a singer-songwriter by day (with Wilbur by the Sea) and an alt-pop rocker by night (with Coyotes in Boxes). Our conversation flows from #WVmusic and his band's upcoming Live on the Levee show to his tales as an Uber driver to his acoustic take on a Mason Jennings jam.

Part Two of Joni's interview with Sean Knisely.


Sean Knisely will be playing with Huntington's Coyotes in Boxes this Friday night at Charleston's Live on the Levee (Eclectopia's Jim Lange, Lost Highways' Bill Lynch and A Change of Tune's Joni will be there!). Hear his solo music under the moniker Wilbur by the Sea and catch up with him on social media. To hear more of his music, tune in to 'A Change of Tune,' airing Saturdays at 10pm EST on West Virginia Public Broadcasting.

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