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.
Sure, you may have seen Tyler Childers at Railbird or on Jimmy Fallon recently. But are you one of the lucky few — and we really mean few — who will be campin’ and jammin’ the next three days with the rising star?
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.
Town Mountain, Robert Cray, Tee Dee Young and Cordovas come to town in this week’s live menu.
The Burl has unveiled the lineup for it’s second annual On the Rail Roots Festival to be held Kentucky Derby weekend, May 3-5.
Town Mountain made a triumphant return to Lexington last night in their debut performance at The Burl with help from Louisville’s Misty Mountain String Band.
Town Mountain has always had deeply rooted ties to Kentucky, with those connections more in the forefront than ever before on the band’s newest album New Freedom Blues.
Honky tonk invades Lexington in next week’s live menu led by Town Mountain and Nick Dittmeier & The Sawdusters.
Town Mountain on Friday unveiled “Down Low” featuring Tyler Childers, the third single from their forthcoming record ‘New Freedom Blues,’ out October 26.
Rooster Walk will celebrate its 10 year anniversary from May 24-27, 2018 with music from The Wood Brothers, JJ Grey & Mofro, Robert Randolph & The Family Band and others.
Festival of the Bluegrass has announced a lineup filled with familiar faces for their 45th annual gathering, led by The Seldom Scene, Flatt Lonesome, The Wooks, Town Mountain and a slew of others.
Rooster Walk has finalized the lineup for it’s 10th annual gathering, nearly doubling it’s musical lineup with additions led by The Dustbowl Revival, Town Mountain, The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band and a special collaboration between Marcus King and Billy Strings dubbed ‘Kings & Strings.’