Dustin Collins is proud to stand for the American flag with new single

Sometimes you can look outside your window and wonder what exactly is going on with the world that we are living in.  The news media show video clips to portray the negative side of America as bad news sells these days it seems.  However, when you try to take a stand for something, there is always someone to try to

Darrell Scott explains the story behind You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive

When it comes to Kentucky songs, there is no one that haunts us more than “You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive.”  While many remember the Patty Loveless version of the song, they may not realize that it was written by Laurel County native, Darrell Scott.  Most recently, the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum revealed a special exhibit featuring Darrell

Jason Cope of The Steel Woods talk on friendships and fans in music

Saturday night really set the stage of something special when The Steel Woods, 49 Winchester, and Dalton Mills performed at the Laurel Cove Amphitheater in Pine Mountain State Resort Park.  While being surrounded by colorful fall foliage alongside large boulders, fans were in for a treat as an experience like no other.  The Steel Woods truly followed their motto to

Loretta Lynn statue added to Ryman Auditorium

Ryman Auditorium unveiled the latest addition to its Icon Walk this morning with a statue honoring American music icon Loretta Lynn. The detailed bronze likeness was added to the permanent outdoor exhibition on the historic venue’s grounds ensuring the profound musical innovator and country music trailblazer will forever remain part of the Soul of Nashville. Created as a way to honor those who have

Concerts in a COVID-19 Era

At the beginning of 2020, many of us were looking forward to attending some concert tours and music festivals.  Then starting in March and throughout the year, the announcements of postponements and cancellations were trickling through.  Pretty much everything has been moved to 2021 with tours.  However, there are several events still occurring. When it comes to recovering from the

Shakespeare comes alive with As Y’all Like It

When it comes to Kentucky music, the state is full of talent that can overfill a cup of lyrics and songs.  Louisville native, Aaron Bibelhauser, has expanded his traditional bluegrass music influence to team up with the Kentucky Shakespeare production on a new project.  “As Y’all Like It: Songs from Kentucky Shakespeare” is available today and is perfect to add

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