Yesterday morning Angela Meyer, a board member of the Moonshiner’s Ball, joined me to preview this year’s event taking place Oct. 10-13 in Livingston, Ky.
From Brandi Carlile to Tyler Childers and Johnny Conqueroo, here’s the 10 best things we saw at the inaugural Railbird Festival.
Tyler Childers, St. Paul & The Broken Bones and Kelsey Waldon helped to lead the charge during a stacked day two of Railbird Festival.
Johnny Conqueroo has teamed up with Joslyn & The Sweet Compression’s horn section for a killer collaboration on “Rock and Roll.”
Power rock trio Johnny Conqueroo are back at it, releasing its latest single “Calculations” from the upcoming Taking it Easy EP.
Local flavor carries the banner on this week’s live menu with a David Bowie tribute from Chico Fellini, Magnolia Boulevard’s first hometown show of the year and a performance from one of the top local artists to watch in 2019.
This week Danville-based singer-songwriter Coby Langham and members of The Helmuths and Quinns — two multi-generational Lexington music families — joined host Matt Wickstrom for Wick’s Picks on Lexington Community Radio.
Powerful female voices highlight this week’s live menu, led by Joslyn & The Sweet Compression and others at an Aretha Franklin tribute; Lake Street Dive, Magnolia Boulevard and a double dose of The Local Honeys.
Food and music collaborations, a Monday night dive bar hootenanny and raw, unadulterated funk invade this week’s live menu led by shows from Pearl Charles, Johnny Conqueroo, Magnolia Boulevard, Freekbass, The Wooks and others.
This week’s live menu is dominated by The Burl, which celebrates its two year anniversary with performances from All Them Witches, Smooth Hound Smith and others.