While all of us have been affected in some way by the COVID-19 pandemic, musical artists and owners/employees of the venues that host them are among those who are certainly feeling a strain – and in many cases, an abrupt halt – to their day-to-day lives and revenue streams.
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
Following a breakout 2017 spearheaded by the release of the Sturgill Simpson and David Ferguson-produced Purgatory, Lawrence County, Ky.’s Tyler Childers has announced new tour dates stretching into mid-Summer and spanning from the Carolinas through Kentucky and into Texas.
Anderson East’s highly anticipated new album, “Encore,” is out today on Low Country Sound/Elektra Records.
With a desire to breathe new life into this storied repertoire, Robinson has gathered five musicians whose musical journeys intertwine with The Black Crowes legacy, including guitarists Marcus King and Audley Freed, among others to form As The Crow Flies, which will stop in Lexington on April 25 at Manchester Music Hall.
After canceling his performance at Moontower Music Festival in August, JJ Grey & Mofro will return to Lexington in January after ringing in the new year with Kentuckian Tyler Childers.
Tickets to see the East Texas native at Manchester Music Hall go on sale Friday, Nov. 17 starting at 10 a.m.
Pick a costume and dress up to get down in celebration of the Lexington-based band, The Wooks being named the CAN’d Aid Foundation’s newest TUNES Ambassadors.
Encore, the highly anticipated new album from acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer Anderson East, will be released January 12 on Low Country Sound/Elektra Records
Playing close to two hundred shows a year and constantly fine-tuning their craft since their inception in 2011, there’s not many bands more devoted to their artwork as the Chris Robinson Brotherhood.
Wearing her emotions on her sleeve, Portland’s Esmé Patterson hopes to provide a pleasant distraction from the divisiveness invading everyday life, offering up a beacon of hope for all. Patterson associates her passion for music with being raised in a musical household where she began tinkering with instruments and listening to old R&B records at a young age.
Molding together a wide array of influences including 60s pop, soul, r&b, motown and indie-rock, Boston’s Lake Street Dive has garnered a massive audience since it’s start in 2004, opening on tour for newgrass pioneers Yonder Mountain String Band and playing at The White House and countless morning and late night TV shows.