Two Lexington summer traditions and wiener dogs are off and running in this week’s round up of the top non-music events in Central Kentucky for the weekend ahead.
Hard work pays off. Just ask Tee Dee Young.
Multi-instrumentalist Maggie Lander has a new set of stories to tell on her EP “Old Flame,” out August 17 that she says the inspiration for stemmed from a tumultuous breakup.
Wanting to visit New Orleans but haven’t yet? Thanks to a trio of Lexington restaurateurs, you can get a taste of Bourbon Street on Short Street in Lexington.
Through time comes change. After two years of refining its sound and lineup, Lexington jamgrassers Restless Leg String Band return with “Bigger Than a Feeling,” the long-awaited follow-up to 2016’s self-titled debut, out July 4.
Traditional and old-time music typically isn’t thought of as trailblazing. The Local Honeys would like us to think again.
The tragic Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando reached its one year anniversary today, and as a way of honoring those who lost their lives, pop, rock and dance band Scissor Sisters — including Lexingtonian Scott “Babydaddy” Hoffman — has joined forces with singer, songwriter and producer MNDR to release the collaborative song “SWERLK.”