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.
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.
Eastern Kentucky rockers Wayne Graham dug into songs both old and new from their decade old catalogue of music during an appearance on Railbird Sets at The Burl presented by Visit Lex.
After it’s opening was briefly put on hold by COVID-19, The Burl has launched The Burl Food, part of the complex’s third phase of expansion.
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.
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.
At first glance it may seem like a novelty, but once the first note hits you’ll realize that Love Canon is anything but.
Brother Smith and Sean Whiting joined forces and welcomed special guests during an epic Valentine’s Day bash at The Burl.
Surf punk trio Whalerus and psych rock trio Sour Cream Band join me for the first episode of Wick’s Picks in 2020.
Elizabeth Cook churns up a chilling and heartfelt ballad “Stanley By God Terry” in her fourth and final appearance on The Burl Sessions.
Elizabeth Cook delivers a haunting performance of “Dharma Gate” from her 2016 album “Exodus of Venus” in her debut video for The Burl Sessions
Grayson Jenkins and Zachary Martin joined me this week for episode 85 of Wick’s Picks on RadioLex.