The String Cheese Incident will return to FloydFest in 2020 along with a Talking Heads’ tribute led by Turkuaz and featuring members from the iconic rock band.
Continuously gathering the best in bluegrass, old-time and roots music, ROMP’s 2018 iteration featured headline and standout performances from Alison Krauss, Leftover Salmon, Billy Strings, Love Canon and others.
ROMP Fest has announced a slew of artist additions to its 15th annual gathering, led by Travelin’ McCourys, Leftover Salmon, Jeff Austin Band and Parker Millsap. The festival is set to unfold from June 27-30 at Yellow Creek Park in Owensboro, Ky.
FloydFest has announced their latest additions to FloydFest 18~Wild, led by jamgrass icons Leftover Salmon and a new collaborative project from Keller Williams featuring bluegrass troupe The Hillbenders.
Check out #WicksPicks for Feb. 12-18, featuring music from Lake Street Dive and Brian Owens and The Deacons of Soul, two bands with shows in Lexington later this month.
The theme for this year’s celebration of Floydfest was “Dreamweaving,” and dreams certainly became a reality for Lexington group Moonshine District, who performed four sets during the weekend and garnered many new friends and fans thanks to their intoxicating harmonies and Appalachian-rooted songwriting.
Fresh off the release of their new EP ‘Cut & Run’, Belleville, Illinois’ Old Salt Union helped christen the new Willie’s Locally Known in Lexington, now located on Southland Drive on the old Show Me’s lot. They were joined by Nashville duo Sally and George; Houston’s Whiskey Shivers and Lexington’s own The Wooks.
For Larry Keel, music isn’t just a passion, it’s a way of life, and Keel’s life has been filled with enough of it to fill an ocean. Keel recently released his 15th studio album, titled ‘Experienced’, under the catalogue of the Larry Keel Experience, which features seasoned singer-songwriter Will Lee on banjo and Keel’s wife Jenny on upright bass.