Concert Photos, Concert Reviews, Music - posted on June 29, 2017 by

Collective Soul, Our Lady Peace And Tonic Brought Their Traveling Rock n Roll Show To The Corbin Arena

Recently I made the trek back to the Corbin Arena for another night at a rock show. This time it was for a trio of bands that dominated the radio waves for several years. The tour included Collective Soul, Our Lady Peace and a band that I feel was heavily underrated in Tonic. (more…)

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Concert Photos, Concert Reviews, Music - posted on June 11, 2017 by

The 44th Edition Of The Festival Of The Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park

Lexington, KY – With a wonderful forecast, beautiful grounds, immense talent and a whole lotta love, the 44th edition of the Festival of the Bluegrass settled in for a tradition like no other.

Since 1974, when Bob and Jean Cornett created the Festival, the Bluegrass region has hosted the biggest names that Bluegrass music has created. From Bill Monroe, Ralph Stanley, Ricky Skaggs, Alison Krauss, Rhonda Vincent and everyone in between have taken the stage and bathed in the glowing love of their adorning fans.


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Concert Photos, Concert Reviews, Music - posted on May 27, 2017 by

Rival Sons Featuring The London Souls and Intoxica Radio with Howie Pyro in Hazard

**Article Written By Mr. Sam Presley III. Sam is a native of New York and long-time friend of both myself and Jonathan Newsome.

Hazard, Kentucky – The Bible Belt encompasses the small town of Hazard, Kentucky. Religion runs deep and strong in the beautiful mountains in which the village is situated, and it is incorporated into the lives of the residents from birth. The people are salt of the earth types; hard working, good neighbors, hospitable, and generous with a kind word for those fortunate enough to make their acquaintance. This is God’s country. Winding roads traversing mountain sides with majestic views are the norm. Small houses of worship line the way, seeming to sprout from the mountains like the trees that manage to find purchase in the exposed bedrock. Faith is worn as a badge of honor in these parts. (more…)

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Concert Photos, Concert Reviews, Music - posted on May 22, 2017 by

The Moonshiner’s Ball – Day Two. Does It Get Any Better?

After one of the best days of live music that I’ve personally experienced, I came into day two of The Moonshiner’s Ball with lower expectations. Why? Because the bar was set so high, there was no way day two could top day one. Right? Wrong. Wrong on every level. (more…)

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Concert Photos, Concert Reviews, Music - posted on May 20, 2017 by

The Moonshiner’s Ball, Day One, In All It’s Glory. A Truly Kentucky Tradition.

The day began with a total downpour, which delayed our arrival until a bit after 2 pm. After a beautiful drive through the rolling hills and farms that lined Estill County, we entered the wide open valley that housed the 2017 version of the Moonshiner’s Ball. A festival created by and for the Blind Corn Liquor Pickers. In its fourth year, the festival has a bit of a countrified hippy feel. That’s not a knock, just a description that seemed suitable given all the tie-dye, curls, puppies and lawn chairs. Don’t let that taint your vision though, it’s very child-friendly and family-oriented. (more…)

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Concert Photos, Concert Reviews, Music - posted on May 16, 2017 by

Travis Tritt and Charlie Daniels at the Corbin Arena in Corbin, KY

What can be said about Charlie Daniels and Travis Tritt that hasn’t already been said? As you can guess, not much. These guys are legends and rightfully so. You know these guys were awesome, so I’ll just give you a recap from Saturday night at the Corbin Arena in Corbin, Kentucky(more…)

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Concert Photos, Concert Reviews, Music - posted on May 1, 2017 by

Saturday Night Special! Lynyrd Skynyrd featuring Black Stone Cherry at the Corbin Arena.

Corbin, KentuckyKentucky has produced many musicians and bands that people have loved over time. None on the scale of Southern Rock legends, Lynyrd Skynyrd. Then again, few places have produced a band with the talent and longevity of Skynyrd. One band in particular that Kentucky has produced, is Black Stone Cherry. They’re often described as a modern day Lynyrd Skynyrd, on steroids. They’ve created a sound that’s definitely akin to Skynyrd, but has modern elements that have created a sound undeniably their own. (more…)

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