MerleFest has announced new additions to the 2018 lineup including Steep Canyon Rangers and Friends with special guest Steve Martin; Jim Lauderdale, Buddy Miller and the North Mississippi Allstars and many more.
In their seventh round of artist reveals Across-the-Way Productions and FloydFest have unveiled emerging Eastern Kentucky country artist Tyler Childers, jam and southern rock fixtures Gov't Mule and The Mother Hips to perform at FloydFest 18~Wild, held July 25-29 atop the Blue Ridge Mountains of Floyd, Va.
The Marshall Tucker Band is hitting the road hard in 2018 for their Juke Jammin' tour, which includes stops at Lexington's Manchester Music Hall on March 1 and Prestonsburg's Mountain Arts Center on May 19.
This week's live menu includes shows from The Dustbowl Revival, Billy Don Burns, Fruition, Travis Tritt and more.
Caroline Rose will perform in Lexington at Cosmic Charlie's on March 6 with The Nude Party, just a handful of weeks after releasing her sophomore album LONER.
Mitski will perform at Zanzabar in Louisville and The Burl in Lexington on March 17 and 18 as part of a handful of headlining dates with support from Half Waif ahead of a month-long North American tour supporting Lorde and Run the Jewels.
Next week WoodSong's Old-Time Radio Hour at Lexington's historic Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center presents The Dustbowl Revival and The Mammals, starting at 6:45 p.m. ET on Monday, Feb. 12.
Legendary singer, songwriter and performer John Prine will release his highly anticipated new album, The Tree of Forgiveness, April 13 on his own independent label, Oh Boy Records.
Louisville Public Media has announced a celebration and live broadcast in honor of Sunday Bluegrass host “The Country Gentleman Berk Bryant," who's retiring after 30 years of hosting the “shortest, fastest and bestest three hours of radio” on 91.9 WFPK.
Lexington Center Corporation and Oak View Group Facilities have entered into a three-year exclusive Event Booking agreement for Rupp Arena.