Billy Strings returned to action last night with a two hour-long Sunday night sermon livestream from the Ryman Auditorium.
While many businesses continue to struggle to survive amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some Central Kentucky venues are getting back into the game by pivoting during the pandemic to adapt their spaces for safe and socially distant live music.
Following a nine-year stint from 2000-2009, entrepreneur John Tresaloni is returning to the corner of Euclid and Woodland Avenues and bringing back campus bar the Fishtank.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Lots of socially distanced Halloween-themed events here.
On July 19, Carama launched “16 Bars For Breonna” on his SoundCloud page with the intent of releasing a new verse or song each day about Breonna Taylor’s case until she received justice.
Working in the restaurant business has been so much a part of Tommy Walters’ life that you could say it’s in his DNA.
Amidst the pandemic, The Burl has taken to presenting live music in a new format: a safe, socially distanced series of outdoor shows in the venue’s parking lot.
Despite being largely sidelined from live performances since mid-March due to COVID-19, many central Kentucky musicians have continued to seek creative outputs.
With both movie theatres and live music venues taking a big financial hit during the pandemic, one Lexington club has found success in recent weeks with a run of free movie nights set in it’s socially distanced parking lot.
David Prince, better known as Laid Back Country Picker doesn’t waste any time letting listeners in on what he’s setting out to do on his latest album “Kingsport.”
It may be nearly 20 years since Pete Krebs has released new original material, but the wait was well worth it.
Soldier and cattleman turned songwriter Padre Paul Handelman strikes up stellar imagery on his journey of personal growth in his years since leaving the Army on his full-length debut “Until This Point.”