Check out week 2 of Wick’s Picks, including music from Jack White and Aaron Lee Tasjan, among others.
Packing small stages around Central Kentucky since 2010 has been the big sound of improvisational soul and jazz octet The Baja Yetis. Last month the group released their debut record Gone Planet, taking fans and music lovers alike to a galaxy far, far away with meaty guitar riffs and a loud, ever-present horn section.
A run down of the first week of Big Blue Tunes songs of the day, including The California Honeydrops, Brent Cobb and more.
2016 was a great year for music. Find out this music critic’s favorite song of the year after the break.
2016 was a fantastic year for Kentucky music. Below I’ve compiled a list of my favorite new music from Kentucky-based artists in 2016 (all in alphabetical order).
Hailing from Nashville, Judah & The Lion may have one of the most difficult sounds to describe in the music city. The group features a string-heavy instrumental lineup consisting of Judah Akers on guitar, Brian Macdonald on mandolin, Nate Zuercher on banjo and Spencer Cross on drums while also making room for hip-hop, pop and rock n’roll.