Surf punk trio Whalerus and psych rock trio Sour Cream Band join me for the first episode of Wick’s Picks in 2020.
Elizabeth Cook churns up a chilling and heartfelt ballad “Stanley By God Terry” in her fourth and final appearance on The Burl Sessions.
Elizabeth Cook delivers a haunting performance of “Dharma Gate” from her 2016 album “Exodus of Venus” in her debut video for The Burl Sessions
Duane Lundy is credited on work involving Ringo Starr, Michael McDonald, Jim James, Sturgill Simpson, Ben Sollee, Miles Nielsen and many others.
Magnolia Boulevard has had a whirlwind year, from formation to recording with producer Duane Lundy. The band will unveil its debut EP with a celebratory show on May 25 at The Burl.
Listen to an archive of the March 21 broadcast of Wick’s Picks with guest Duane Lundy, lead sound engineer at Lexington’s Shangri-la Productions, as we discuss how he got his start as an engineer, how his collaboration with Vandaveer and Ringo Starr came together, current projects and much more.
For Brian Owens, music has been a part of the fabric of his upbringing. Owens grew up in Belleville, Illinois, part a musical family led by his father, a pastor, leading him to singing in the church choir for much of his childhood.
Earlier this week I had the opportunity to speak with Mark Charles Heidinger ahead of Vandaveer’s March 13 show at the Downtown Arts Center in Lexington. We discussed musical beginnings, Lexington ties, ‘The Wild Mercury’, Kentucky pride, and much more.
The musical escapades of Mark Charles Heidinger have seen the Lexingtonian traverse the country, but his strong Kentucky ties always seem to find their way into the folk-pop stylings of his near decade old project, Vandaveer, which released its fifth full length album, “The Wild Mercury,” Feb. 19.