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.
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From J.D. Crowe to Bill Monroe, Nappy Roots and Tyler Childers, Kentucky has long had a rich musical tradition that in recent years has drawn national attention.
We took our first chunk of song requests along with firing up new tunes from Grayson Jenkins, Kind Skies, Wicked Peace and Sunmates during this week’s episode of Wick’s Picks on Lexington Community Radio.
Brass Against, Rayland Baxter, Jordan Smart and Phat Lip were just a few of the many highlights at this year’s Moonshiner’s Ball.
Joslyn & The Sweet Compression, Wayne Graham and People Planet are among the acts performing at this year’s Crave Food + Music Festival.
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.
Joslyn & the Sweet Compression, Ernie Johnson From Detroit, and Lee Carroll’s Ethos Jazz Quartet are among an eclectic preliminary music lineup announced for the 7th annual Crave Lexington Food + Music Festival.
It’s not every day that a small Eastern Kentucky band become rock stars half a world away. For Whitesburg-based Wayne Graham none of their journey has been by the book, so why start now?
This week Lee Owen (Born Cross Eyed and Wayne Graham) and Cincinnati roots/gospel/old-time outfit Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle joined me for episode 59 of Wick’s Picks on Lexington Community Radio.
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.
A trio of Eastern Kentucky artists performing at Bulls, Bands and Barrels; and the return of The Native Howl and Wayne Graham highlight next week’s live menu.