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Balishagg, Then (1994) and Now.

Balishagg Reunites After 20 Years…with no plans to stop

When Balishagg formed in 1994, there was no facebook, no twitter. There was barely an internet. Dave Wilson recalls, “Back in the day we paid for an extra phone line to have an answering machine on it with the month’s […]

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The Black Keys will headline the 2013 Forecastle Festival.

Forecastle 2013 Lineup Announced. Includes Black Keys, Alabama Shakes


Radio Free Lexington. WRFL turns 25.

BY KAKIE URCH WRFL, or Radio Free Lexington, as the University of Kentucky's student-run station at 88.1 FM is often called, is celebrating a milestone on Thursday, March 7. On


Nashville Pussy: Where are they now? Coming to Lexington.

NP2K13. Nashville Pussy, Then and Now BY MATT

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The Who bring mod, rock to Quadrophenia concert at Louisville’s YUM! Center Feb. 16

The Who are coming to Louisville Saturday night, riding the tricked-out mod scooter of their epoch-defining rock opera "Quadrophenia" and trailing some greatest hits to round out the


The Year in Lexington, KY Music: Ace 2012 Year in Review

It was an ambitious year for music in Lexington and in Kentucky in 2012. Below are a few of the most popular highlights. The year kicked off with a

Brian Setzer Orchestra Christmas Extravaganza

Brian Setzer Christmas show at Singletary: Rockettes for the Rock Set. Just Go!

By Kakie Urch Ace Contributing Editor If you are wondering if you should go to The Brian Setzer Orchestra Christmas concert December 7 at the Singletary Center, the answer is

Nick Diamonds of Islands

Nick Diamonds of Islands to play Saturday Hop Hop LP release party in Lexington

Nick Diamonds, the Canadian lead singer of Islands, will play an intimate show at The Modern Motel house on Loudon Avenue to celebrate the release of his "I

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Movie trailer for “Pleased to Meet Me” features John Doe, Aimee Mann, Wainwright

BY KAKIE URCH If the tale of the trailer reads the way we think it does, Louisville filmmaker Archie Borders has done it.  His independent film "Pleased To Meet


New Books: Will Oldham on Bonnie Prince Billy

Will Oldham, best known as “Bonnie Prince Billy,” was in Lexington last month for a WMMT/Appalshop benefit at Cosmic Charlie's.  A few years ago, at Red Mile’s Round

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