The seven-day streaming music festival is making sure the music never fades away even as the coronavirus pandemic puts a halt to touring musicians livelihood and traditional shows as we know it.
Maggie Noelle and Gregg Erwin of Magnolia Boulevard joined me last night for an in-studio interview and performance during episode 87 of Wick’s Picks on RadioLex.
Blackfoot Gypsies have announced the band’s first live album release set to drop at year’s end via Cafe Rooster Records.
Christmas is here, and with it Santa has brought a sleigh full of stellar live music with Blackfoot Gypsies, People Planet and Restless Leg String Band.
Album release shows, the revival of a long-standing concert series and old school rock’n roll highlight this week’s live menu.
Check below for my “Wick’s Picks” five can’t miss shows for April 1-7, which include Blackfoot Gypsies, Mama Said String Band and Joslyn & The Sweet Compression.
Despite the ups and downs that 2017 the year brought us great music aplenty. With the year in the rear view mirror, we at Big Blue Tunes take a look back on some of our favorite albums of the year, ranging from Americana to rock’n roll and indie pop.
During a summer that’s seen Mother Nature prove uncooperative with Kentucky’s music festivals including soggy grounds at The Moonshiner’s Ball in May and a flash flood that wiped out Rudyfest in June, Saturday proved to be a pleasant surprise for Moontower Music Festival with sunny skies and a slight breeze throughout the day.
To those who say that rock ’n’ roll is dead, look no further than Nashville’s Blackfoot Gypsies, a fiery and exuberant group that blends old and new, drawing comparisons to The Rolling Stones and Blackberry Smoke, among others.
Moontower Music Festival completed its 2017 lineup on Monday, announcing the additions of Umphrey’s McGee, Blackfoot Gypsies and Daisy Helmuth to the Aug. 26 event in Masterson Station Park.