The Wooks will have a show in the Burl parking lot on Halloween night with new band members, playing songs from their new album.
Looking for something to do? Here is a guide of Halloween happenings around town from a Dia de los Muertos celebration to trick-or-treating.
While many areas have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, few are feeling the effects harder than the performing arts industry.
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.
Billy Strings brought his psychedelic, string-fed rock’n roll circus to Kentucky this past weekend, kicking off his three-night sold out run through the Commonwealth in Lexington at Manchester Music Hall
Restless Leg String Band have unveiled “Seasonal Progression,” the first track from their upcoming album of the same name.
Elizabeth Cook delivers a haunting performance of “Dharma Gate” from her 2016 album “Exodus of Venus” in her debut video for The Burl Sessions
The WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour will make media history when it tapes its 1000th broadcast on Tuesday Nov. 19.
Chris Stapleton today shares the official music video for “Second One To Know” created in collaboration with The LEGO Group.
Magnolia Boulevard today share a refreshing take on their signature song “Sister,” which has become a song of communion for the tribe of witchy women (and others) who devoutly follow them.
Fruit Bats last week unveiled a music video for “Oceans” ahead of an extended tour that includes an Aug. 11 return to Lexington for Railbird Festival.
How much bourbon is too much bourbon? The answer is “never enough” at one Lexington bar, which has amassed a staggering collection of 916 bourbons (and counting.)