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.
We took a look back on the weekend that was at the 6th annual Moonshiner’s Ball along with looking ahead at shows coming to Central Kentucky in the coming days on this week’s episode of Wick’s Picks on Lexington Community Radio.
The sassy and blunt old-time trio The Local Honeys have found Jesus – sort of – on their upcoming album “The Local Honeys Sing the Gospel,” which they’ve shared the first single from today.
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.
Hiss Golden Messenger, The New Respects and Derek Spencer are on deck on this week’s live menu.
Trailblazing old-time trio The Local Honeys are hard at work on a new album and want to invite you to be a part of it!
Since the turn of the century, the Kentucky Center for Traditional Music at Morehead State University has worked to preserve, teach, develop and celebrate the areas’ rich mountain heritage.
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.
This week singer-songwriter Nick Dittmeier and trailblazing old-time duo The Local Honeys stopped in the studio for Wick’s Picks on Lexington Community Radio.
We’re thankful for a rich and vibrant music scene, which this week offers up shows from DeBraun Thomas and The Local Honeys, among others.
Powerful female voices highlight this week’s live menu, led by Joslyn & The Sweet Compression and others at an Aretha Franklin tribute; Lake Street Dive, Magnolia Boulevard and a double dose of The Local Honeys.