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Lexington Fall Music Preview

Are the organizers of Boomslang making a play for regional music dominance? Lexington’s premier indie music festival is scheduled for the fourth weekend in September – which happens to be when Cincinnati’s (much larger) premier indie event, the Midpoint Music […]

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Lollapalooza 2011. Photos by Karen Smither

Chicago, Illinois. 2011.Photos by Karen Smither.YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE:  Pitchfork Music Festival 2011Coldplay's Chris Martin. Aug 5. Bud Lite stageColdplay. Aug 5. Bud Lite stage.Ween. Aug 6. Bud

Pitchfork Music Festival 2011: The Ace Weekly Recap

by Raj RanadeA scorching Midwest heat wave didn't stop nearly 45,000 eager fans from spending a weekend out in the Union Park sun for Chicago's Pitchfork Music Festival.

Hitting Stands Now: All About Steve (Earle) issue

Pick up this week's issue for an interview with Steve Earle, who'll be live with the Dukes at the Lexington Opera House July 26, touring in support of

Interview: Drive-By Truckers

This article appears on page 14 of the April 7 Ace.by Raj Ranade“Well, my daddy didn't pull out, but he never apologized/Rock and roll means well, but it

Hitting Stands Now: Road to HONK for the March Madness Marching Band

cover photo courtesy Jennifer Miller The Feb 10 issue of Ace is on stands now.In this issue, you'll find a preview of the March Madness Marching Band's Road

Sunday Valley Releases New Album

by Bianca Spriggs(photo by Richie Wireman)In her drawing, “Leashed Passion,” American artist, Laurie Lipton, depicts a snarling, tongue-lolling mountain lion mid-pace in a child’s playroom. Seated comfortably

Model Music: Hop Hop Records, Matt Duncan, Idiot Glee

BY KAKIE URCH (photo by Mick Jeffries) It’s coming up on the Year of the Rabbit, but it already has been the year of Hop Hop in Lexington music. And

A Musical Feast: Killer Meteor Plays On Your Heartstrings

by Bianca SpriggsTo hear Eric Smith tell it, he’s just this guy who loves to make music. If you’ve ever been to the Sidebar, you’d know him

Robert Randolph Brings Sacred Steel to Buster’s

Robert Randolph Brings Us Home on Sunday at BustersBY Donald Masonphoto Sacks and CompanyLexington has been blessed with a nice wave of music acts recently, mainly due to



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