The 2018 installment of Crave Lexington, a festival celebrating the best and local music, kicked off on Saturday at Masterson Station Park with music from Magnolia Boulevard, The Rooster’s Crow, The Wooks, Tee Dee Young and others.
Continuously gathering the best in bluegrass, old-time and roots music, ROMP’s 2018 iteration featured headline and standout performances from Alison Krauss, Leftover Salmon, Billy Strings, Love Canon and others.
Arlo McKinley & The Lonesome Sound brought soul-soaked Americana to a sold out Red Barn Radio on June 27.
Austin, Texas-based progressive bluegrass foursome Wood & Wire brought tight harmonies and new music to their June 23 performance at The Burl.
In its third year, Kickin’ it on the Creek, located a “Country mile” from downtown Irvine, Ky. May just be the best festival you’ve never heard about.
Organized in memory of Pete Jones and to raise money for mental health awareness and suicide prevention, the first annual PeteFest at Jones Fields outside Louisville was a smashing success. Driving up to the festival it was hard to fathom how close it was to the bustling downtown of Louisville, with meandering roads hugged by bustling tree lines leading to the festival grounds, offering the perfect escape for a weekend of music and philanthropy.