The arduous and wildly unpredictable musical journeys of Kentucky musicians Tyler Childers (Lawrence County) and Sturgill Simpson (Breathitt County) came full circle on Friday evening during a high-octane homecoming show at Rupp Arena.
Sturgill Simpson and Tyler Childers today officially announced their joint “A Good Look’n Tour” 2020 with shows at Rupp Arena in Lexington and the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville.
Tyler Childers, Kelsey Waldon, Sturgill Simpson and Abby Hamilton led a Kentucky heavy playlist on this week’s edition of Wick’s Picks on Lexington Community Radio.
Sturgill Simpson has announced “Sound & Fury,” the artist’s first album since 2016’s Grammy-winning “A Sailor’s Guide to Earth.”
Kentuckians Chris Stapleton and Sturgill Simpson teamed up for an electrifying performance on last night’s airing of Saturday Night Live.
Local songwriter Tyler Childers escapes musical “Purgatory” with nationally acclaimed debut album.
After years of shows and building a loyal fan base in the Bluegrass, Estill County resident Tyler Childers is set to release his debut album for Hickman Holler Records and Thirty Tigers, “Purgatory,” August 4.
The Southland Jamboree has experienced a plethora of changes since its inception in 2006, including a 2015 move from Collins Bowling on Southland Drive to the Moondance Amphitheater in Beaumont Center along with a move from Tuesdays to Mondays. Through the changes one constant has been NewTown.
Check out week 3 of #WicksPicks, highlighting some of the artists headed to Irvine, KY this May for The Moonshiner’s Ball.
2016 was a fantastic year for Kentucky music. Below I’ve compiled a list of my favorite new music from Kentucky-based artists in 2016 (all in alphabetical order).