Since the turn of the century, the Kentucky Center for Traditional Music at Morehead State University has worked to preserve, teach, develop and celebrate the areas’ rich mountain heritage.
Learn about local singer-songwriter and art teacher Eric Bolander ahead of his album re-release show for “The Wind” on Eastwood Records.
For nearly 50 years, Appalshop has been working to break stereotypes and report on authentic people and their struggles and triumphs living in Appalachia.
Much has changed around Lexington, particularly the University of Kentucky campus, since the early 1980s. However, through all the changes Lynagh’s Irish Pub has always persevered, providing patrons a stool to sit on, a refreshing beer to sip on and a mouth-watering O’Round burger to munch on.
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?
Newly formed (but far from unacquainted) grunge rockers Massive Cult dropped a massive live studio session on Thursday ahead of the band’s debut EP, set for release later this year.
The Wooks will play their final two shows with founding member Arthur Hancock on March 2 at The Burl.
After a contentious exit from its former location and a series of delays obtaining proper licensing to open anew, local music venue Cosmic Charlie’s 3.0 is ready for liftoff.
In July 2018, My Old Kentucky Foam, a family-friendly craft brewery, restaurant and community gathering hub opened on Main Street in downtown Georgetown.
Daniel Stroud, 34, and Del Stephens, 31, of Jarfly Brewing Co. in Somerset have reinvented the wheel, merging beer and local arts to provide a space unlike anything else to pop up in south-central Kentucky.