I caught up with Jesse Wells, do everything man for Tyler Childers’ backing band the Food Stamps, ahead of the artist’s show at Rupp Arena with Sturgill Simpson.
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.
Brass Against, Rayland Baxter, Jordan Smart and Phat Lip were just a few of the many highlights at this year’s Moonshiner’s Ball.
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 fast-approaching Crave food + music festival has sealed its musical lineup with the addition of hometown favorite The Wooks.
Tyler Childers, St. Paul & The Broken Bones and Kelsey Waldon helped to lead the charge during a stacked day two of Railbird Festival.
Live through a photo recap of FloydFest 2019 including Tyler Childers, Brandi Carlile, Lukas Nelson and Kacey Musgraves, among others.
Tyler Childers will return to Kickin’ it on the Creek in September with a bevy of his friends and Appalachia’s best and brightest musicians in toe.
Tyler Childers will lead a strong Kentucky contingent is expected to join the likes of Brandi Carlile, Lukas Nelson, Phil Lesh and others at FloydFest.
The Wooks will play their final two shows with founding member Arthur Hancock on March 2 at The Burl.
Lexington bluegrass troupe The Wooks have announced that the band will be parting ways with Arthur Hancock following the band’s March 2 show at The Burl.
Tyler Childers is coming back to West Virginia, and he’s bringing his friends with him.