Surf punk trio Whalerus and psych rock trio Sour Cream Band join me for the first episode of Wick’s Picks in 2020.
From J.D. Crowe to Bill Monroe, Nappy Roots and Tyler Childers, Kentucky has long had a rich musical tradition that in recent years has drawn national attention.
Experimental indie rockers Wicked Peace joined me this week during Wick’s Picks on RadioLex on the heels of releasing their debut full-length album Rock N Roll Racecar on Nov. 22.
Chris Smith, one of the directors for Tahlsound Music Festival, joined me this week for Wick’s Picks on Lexington Community Radio.
The indie-folk stylings of Horse Feathers, iconic Louisville rap quartet Nappy Roots and the hip-hop and rock fusion of Ivyrye are on tap on this week’s live menu.
Blues rock trio Sour Cream has unveiled their latest single “Come Again.”
Power rock trio Sour Cream and singer-songwriter Chelsea Adams joined me this week for episode 56 of Wick’s Picks on Lexington Community Radio.
A trio of Eastern Kentucky artists performing at Bulls, Bands and Barrels; and the return of The Native Howl and Wayne Graham highlight next week’s live menu.
Album release celebrations for locals The Wooks, Sour Cream and Joslyn & The Sweet Compression top this week’s live menu.
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.