Horse Feathers made their return to Lexington after two years away on Thursday at The Burl with support from Louisville’s Bendigo Fletcher and up-and-coming Lexington singer-songwriter Daisy Helmuth.
Town Mountain made a triumphant return to Lexington last night in their debut performance at The Burl with help from Louisville’s Misty Mountain String Band.
View photos from a diverse group of Lexington musicians gathering to pay their tributes to the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.
View photos from George Clinton’s farewell tour stop last week at Lexington’s historic Lyric Theatre.
Lexington pop collaborative Big Fresh celebrated the release of their Sweeps EP with a celebratory show on Sunday, August 19 at The Burl.
Local favorites Joslyn & The Sweet Compression teamed up with nationally touring act Natalie Prass for a funk and soul-filled bash on Saturday, August 18 at The Burl.
Local favorites Magnolia Boulevard teamed up with Madisonville, Kentucky native and fellow PRS artist Boscoe France for a throwdown of epic proportions at The Burl on August 17.
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.