Fruit Bats last week unveiled a music video for “Oceans” ahead of an extended tour that includes an Aug. 11 return to Lexington for Railbird Festival.
How much bourbon is too much bourbon? The answer is “never enough” at one Lexington bar, which has amassed a staggering collection of 916 bourbons (and counting.)
Old Crow Medicine Show has announced the release of “Live From The Ryman,” due out Sept. 20.
Kentucky’s music tourism sector grows stronger as promoters up their game
Last week Wynn Taylor and Stop 22 joined Matt Wickstrom for appearances on Red Barn Radio and Common’s Crossing.
Following an arduous 2017 touring schedule, Nashville’s Boy Named Banjo have announced their first run of 2018 dates with Maine folk-trio Ghost of Paul Revere.
Multi-platinum hard rock band, Five Finger Death Punch (5FDP), have announced that they will be getting back on the road this Spring for select North American co-headlining dates with past tour mates Shinedown that includes a May 8 stop in Lexington at Rupp Arena.
Following a three-peat at last night’s Grammys, Kentucky’s Chris Stapleton has announced an extension of his “All American Road Show” tour, which will stop at Rupp Arena on Oct. 27.
Marco Benevento will fly south for a Winter tour in February, including a stop at Cosmic Charlie’s in Lexington, Ky. on Friday, Feb. 2.
Anderson East’s highly anticipated new album, “Encore,” is out today on Low Country Sound/Elektra Records.