Looking for something to do this weekend? Lots of socially distanced Halloween-themed events here.
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.
The seven-day streaming music festival is making sure the music never fades away even as the coronavirus pandemic puts a halt to touring musicians livelihood and traditional shows as we know it.
WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour will share the world premiere of it’s landmark 1,000th broadcast featuring Riders in the Sky on Friday, March 20.
I caught up with Jesse Wells, do everything man for Tyler Childers’ backing band the Food Stamps, ahead of the artist’s show at Rupp Arena with Sturgill Simpson.
Sure, you may have seen Tyler Childers at Railbird or on Jimmy Fallon recently. But are you one of the lucky few — and we really mean few — who will be campin’ and jammin’ the next three days with the rising star?
Two Lexington summer traditions and wiener dogs are off and running in this week’s round up of the top non-music events in Central Kentucky for the weekend ahead.
Joslyn & The Sweet Compression, Wayne Graham and People Planet are among the acts performing at this year’s Crave Food + Music Festival.
From Tyler Childers to Billy Strings, Yola and Jade Bird, check out our top artists to watch for at this weekend’s Railbird Festival.
Following over a decade of combative work in the litigation sector, the Italian-born, Owensboro-raised David Helmers needed a change of pace. He appears to have found that change, as the man who planted the seed for the inaugural Railbird Festival.
Tyler Childers will lead a strong Kentucky contingent is expected to join the likes of Brandi Carlile, Lukas Nelson, Phil Lesh and others at FloydFest.
You know about Jason Isbell, The War and Treaty and Charley Crockett. Now get up to speed on some of the more under the radar artists coming to next weekend’s Master Musicians Festival.