Looking for something to do this weekend? Lots of socially distanced Halloween-themed events here.
Despite being largely sidelined from live performances since mid-March due to COVID-19, many central Kentucky musicians have continued to seek creative outputs.
Maggie Noelle and Gregg Erwin of Magnolia Boulevard joined me last night for an in-studio interview and performance during episode 87 of Wick’s Picks on RadioLex.
Tyler Childers is coming back to West Virginia, and he’s bringing his friends with him.
Justin Wells, Chelsea Nolan and Sean Whiting top the lineup for the second annual Festival of the Red. Find out who else joins them after the break.
Honky tonk holiday shows and a night of wine paired with sad songs from Justin Wells highlight the live menu for Dec. 16-22.
You better start setting up a tent outside The Burl now. Wick’s Picks’ live menu for August 12-18 features a trio of blockbuster shows at the Distillery District venue including Miles Nielsen & The Rusted Hearts, Natalie Prass and Magnolia Boulevard.
Singer-songwriters, indie-folk and bluegrass music have taken over this week’s live menu led by RYVOLI, The Tillers and Nicholas Jamerson.
This week’s live menu is dominated by The Burl, which celebrates its two year anniversary with performances from All Them Witches, Smooth Hound Smith and others.
A star-studded and diverse musical lineup is on the menu for next week, led by Nikki Lane, John McEuen and Victor Wooten.
Listen to an archive of the May 2 broadcast of Wick’s Picks on Lexington Community Radio with guest Justin Wells.
In its third year, Kickin’ it on the Creek, located a “Country mile” from downtown Irvine, Ky. May just be the best festival you’ve never heard about.