People Planet are back today with “Preemptive Strike,” the first new music since dropping their debut “Power Play” EP last December.
Marcus King today revealed “The Well,” the first single from his upcoming solo debut “El Dorado” produced by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach.
Yesterday morning Angela Meyer, a board member of the Moonshiner’s Ball, joined me to preview this year’s event taking place Oct. 10-13 in Livingston, Ky.
Former Wook Arthur Hancock – now of himself – has returned with a jubilant twang of Appalachicana on his solo debut “Alive at Hillbilly Central.”
The sassy and blunt old-time trio The Local Honeys have found Jesus – sort of – on their upcoming album “The Local Honeys Sing the Gospel,” which they’ve shared the first single from today.
Chris Stapleton will headline the first-ever concert at Kroger Field along with Willie Nelson & Family, Sheryl Crow and Yola.
Donnie Bowling celebrated the release of his latest album About Time on Sept. 29 before an intimate crowd at Tadoo Lounge.
Tyler Childers, Kelsey Waldon, Sturgill Simpson and Abby Hamilton led a Kentucky heavy playlist on this week’s edition of Wick’s Picks on Lexington Community Radio.
Home Grown Head Band lays out a fierce mix of swampy southern rock doused in jazz fusion-fueled horn arrangements on their debut, self-titled album.
Louisville-based alt-folk outfit Bendigo Fletcher made their highly-anticipated return to Lexington on Friday.