While many areas have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, few are feeling the effects harder than the performing arts industry.
Kentucky may be known far and wide as the home of bluegrass music, but lately Magnolia Boulevard has been showing an increasingly national audience that the state has more to offer.
The seven-day streaming music festival is making sure the music never fades away even as the coronavirus pandemic puts a halt to touring musicians livelihood and traditional shows as we know it.
Despite an ever-changing marketplace that has seen its competition dwindle, the independently owned CD Central continues to innovate and serve its eclectic clientele of music aficionados after 25 years in business.
WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour will share the world premiere of it’s landmark 1,000th broadcast featuring Riders in the Sky on Friday, March 20.
Zach Day, a Stearns, Ky., native and recent blind audition contestant on NBC’s The Voice, joined me this week during episode 97 of Wick’s Picks on RadioLEX.
Two brothers in Morehead have turned a clothing business started out of their garage into a brand with international allure, all in barely over two years.
Members of Short & Company and Bedford Band joined me this week for episode 96 of Wick’s Picks on RadioLEX.
Nicholas Jamerson and Short & Company are among four Kentucky artists announced today as additions for FloydFest.
A pre-Prohibition-era malt mill site on Lexington’s north side is back open and serving brews after over a century in the dark.