Colin Michael and Karl Washington of Ivy Rye joined me this week for Wick’s Picks on Lexington Community Radio.
Sure, you may have seen Tyler Childers at Railbird or on Jimmy Fallon recently. But are you one of the lucky few — and we really mean few — who will be campin’ and jammin’ the next three days with the rising star?
Chris Smith, one of the directors for Tahlsound Music Festival, joined me this week for Wick’s Picks on Lexington Community Radio.
Kelsey Waldon calls out hypocrisy in religion in “Sunday’s Children,” the second single from her upcoming album “White Noise/White Lines.”
Tyler Childers will return to Kickin’ it on the Creek in September with a bevy of his friends and Appalachia’s best and brightest musicians in toe.
A show in a secluded campus oasis, boisterous horn sections and a Kentucky festival pre-party highlight this week’s live menu led by performances from Blair Crimmins & The Hookers, Ona and members of Big Fresh.
Listen to an archive of this morning’s edition of Wick’s Picks featuring Byron Roberts of Kickin it on the Creek.
In its third year, Kickin’ it on the Creek, located a “Country mile” from downtown Irvine, Ky. May just be the best festival you’ve never heard about.
Local songwriter Tyler Childers escapes musical “Purgatory” with nationally acclaimed debut album.