This week's edition of Wick's Picks on 93.9 WLXU Lexington Community Radio featured a diverse lineup of music including a showcase of artists just added to June's ROMP Fest in nearby Owensboro; new music from Lexington bluegrass troubadours The Wooks and much more.
Lexington newgrassers The Wooks are back with a new tune, "Me and the Stars," co-written by the group's newest member, Aaron Bibelhauser.
Next week's live menu includes Cincinnati indie duo Dawg Yawp, The Earls of Leicester presented by Jerry Douglas; Lucero and more.
Take a listen to Blackberry Smoke’s new song “Best Seat In The House” off Find a Light, out April 6 on Thirty Tigers.
Listen to an archive of the Feb. 14 broadcast of Wick's Picks on Lexington Community Radio, which includes music from Sturgill Simpson, Fruition, Leftover Salmon and more.
Grammy Award-winning, acclaimed alternative rock pioneers The Smashing Pumpkins have announced the Shiny And Oh So Bright Tour, their first in nearly 20 years to feature founding members Billy Corgan, Jimmy Chamberlin, and James Iha that includes a stop at Louisville's KFC Yum! Center on July 21.
Next week WoodSong’s Old-Time Radio Hour at Lexington’s historic Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center presents Mean Mary and Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards, starting at 6:45 p.m. ET on Monday, Feb. 19.
ROMP Fest has announced a slew of artist additions to its 15th annual gathering, led by Travelin' McCourys, Leftover Salmon, Jeff Austin Band and Parker Millsap. The festival is set to unfold from June 27-30 at Yellow Creek Park in Owensboro, Ky.
Multi-platinum hard rock band, Five Finger Death Punch (5FDP), have announced that they will be getting back on the road this Spring for select North American co-headlining dates with past tour mates Shinedown that includes a May 8 stop in Lexington at Rupp Arena.
DelFest has announced the addition of Greensky Bluegrass, Infamous Stringdusters, The Dawg Trio with David Grisman, Danny Barnes, Sam Grisman and many more to the 11th annual DelFest, which takes place May 24-27 at the Allegany County Fairgrounds in Cumberland, Md.