Louisville-based alt-folk outfit Bendigo Fletcher made their highly-anticipated return to Lexington on Friday.
Kelsey Waldon calls out hypocrisy in religion in “Sunday’s Children,” the second single from her upcoming album “White Noise/White Lines.”
Jamgrass veterans Yonder Mountain String Band made their return to Lexington on Aug. 1 for a blistering stop on their summer tour with support from Arkansauce.
Senora May and Joan Shelley teamed up on Wednesday night for an intimate evening of subdued siren songs at The Burl.
To say I was blown away by EmiSunshine, a 14-year-old musical prodigy out of East Tennessee, during her intimate Sunday performance at The Burl would be a massive understatement.
The Burl has unveiled the lineup for it’s second annual On the Rail Roots Festival to be held Kentucky Derby weekend, May 3-5.
There wasn’t a knook or cranny of The Burl without a body occupying it last Saturday when Magnolia Boulevard and Joslyn & The Sweet Compression teamed up for an epic album release celebration.
Horse Feathers made their return to Lexington after two years away on Thursday at The Burl with support from Louisville’s Bendigo Fletcher and up-and-coming Lexington singer-songwriter Daisy Helmuth.
Town Mountain made a triumphant return to Lexington last night in their debut performance at The Burl with help from Louisville’s Misty Mountain String Band.
Thanks to one Lexington bar, you can now party like it’s 1989. In May, The Burl opened up The Burl Arcade, bringing dozens of vintage arcade nostalgia games to its compound in the city’s booming Distillery District.