Best known as the singer/songwriter/guitarist of Cinderella, TOM KEIFER once sang, “You’re only going once around the ride.” He’s proving that theory wrong with the highly anticipated release of THE WAY LIFE GOES – DELUXE EDITION, an expanded compilation of his critically acclaimed solo debut album, THE WAY LIFE GOES, chock full of bonus content and special artwork.
KEIFER and his bandmates (#keiferband: Tony Higbee/guitars and vocals, Billy Mercer/bass and vocals, Savannah Keifer/vocals, percussion and piano, Kendra Chantelle/vocals and percussion, now along with new band members Jarred Pope/drums, Kory Myers/keyboards and vocals) have been touring in support of THE WAY LIFE GOES ever since its release and they’re still not showing any signs of stopping.
The trek lands in Lexington, KY on Friday, October 6 at the Manchester Music Hall. You can pick up tickets here.
As an added bonus, Kentucky’s Kiss Kiss Bang has been added as an opener. Get there early and catch their set.
We will be there and we hope to see you there!
In the wake of a tragedy like the one The Jones family faced a mere nine months ago, most would have shut down, tried not to think about it or drowned in an endless sea of questions, what ifs and the like.
The Jones took a different approach to their son’s death, they decided they had to take their experience and educate others about the terrible disease that depression is and all its repercussions. Pete had struggled with depression since he was a teenager. He was a gifted student and loved by many, his death was a shock. He had struggled with a sadness he didn’t understand.
What is Cirque De Virgo? Well, they’re description pretty much sums it up quite succinctly. “A 3-day event filled with artists and performers of every walk – from sideshow to flow art, from magician to musician! A festival inspired by circus life!” Cirque De Virgo is a circus-inspired event with a large variety of music and focuses on performance arts of sideshow, burlesque, magicians, dancers, aerialists, clowns and of course all the flow arts and fire acts! It’s an outdoor event with a large covered stage and pavilion as well as showers, hiking, and camping in the gorgeous knobs of Berea KY!
Berea, KY was transformed into something magical for three days and our very own Estill Robinson was there to capture the Friday night magic of this 18+ event. (more…)
With less than a month until the inaugural Bourbon & Beyond Festival, Danny Wimmer Presents is excited to announce the official schedule of music performances, experiences and additional events, workshops, tastings and partners that has been added to the exceptional line up that is making this festival unlike any other. Taking place for the first time on Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24 in Louisville, Kentucky, Bourbon & Beyond is a showcase featuring outstanding musicians, the best bourbons, master distillers, national and local chefs, bartenders, and many other artisans. It is an incredible all-in-one bourbon, food and music festival that celebrates the craftsmanship, soul and spirit of Louisville like no other. (more…)
Ryan Mills, President of the Berea cycling club, hosted their second annual “Cycle With the Police Event” in Berea, KY. This event catered to 40 cyclist enthusiasts from 10 to 50 years old, where they learned about bicycle safety and participated in an on site safety/challenge course. A few members of the Berea Police Department were there to help (more…)
Capture Kentucky is proud to present a new series that we’re calling, “On The Road”. While our main focus will always be all the things that make our Commonwealth so great, we will be posting articles that feature things we see and do within our travels outside our home.
In this first installment, we took the short trip across the mighty Ohio River into Cincinnati. It’s there where we made our way to The Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. While the majority of the Museum is under a long renovation, the Children’s Museum and the traveling Smithsonian exhibit that features Star Wars and the Power of Costume are both open for business.
This article is all about the latter. Star Wars and the Power of Costume is an exhibit, that on its surface may seem a bit pricey, but I’m here to tell you and show you that it is money well-spent. Even if you are just a casual fan of the Star Wars franchise or if you happen to be a die-hard fan, rest assured there is something there for everyone. The best part? No Jar Jar Binks! Haha (more…)
As a young man, I grew up around cars and racing. When you’re poor, you have to learn a few ways to turn a wrench, if for no other reason than survival. Having family and neighbors that raced on the dirt tracks of Eastern Kentucky certainly made me pay attention to the NASCAR series or as it was more often referred to then, the Winston Cup. I guess I’m showing my age here, but the point is simple, racing is in my blood, so it only made sense to cover the race held right here in our great Commonwealth.
After a Friday night rain-out of the Xfinity Series, Saturday became a double-header for race fans. The Xfinity race was at 12pm and the NASCAR series race was a 7:30 start.
I arrived at the track around 3:30 pm. After finding my way to the credentials office and back to the tunnel that leads to the infield. That’s when the reality began to sit in. This is a sport that I grew up on. One that I have watched with multiple generations of my family. A sport filled with Legends. I’m not gonna lie, I got a little nervous. (more…)
This weekend (July 14th-16th), many artists will make their way to the stage in Louisville. They will be filling the air with their unique sounds at the 15th edition of Louisville’s Forecastle Festival.
You likely know a few of the bigger named acts on the bill. Like Bowling Green, Kentucky’s own Cage The Elephant or Breathitt County’s Sturgill Simpson. You have likely listened to artists like LCD Soundsystem, Weezer, PJ Harvey and NEEDTOBREATHE for years. But with any Festival, it’s worth your time and efforts to catch the earlier, lesser known acts. Why? I’m glad you asked. See, music is a journey. A long-winding road (pun fully intended) that more often than not, passes through many smaller summer festival stages, building fanbases along the way to eventually leading artists to that main stage. (more…)
Congratulations to Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs Racing who piloted the number 18 Toyota Camry to the pole at the Kentucky Speedway. We will have full coverage of the Monster Energy NASCAR race from the Kentucky Speedway. Stay tuned for some great photos and a recap of our experience. For now, here’s the starting order of the Quaker State 400. *() Denotes current standing in the points race.
1. 18 – Kyle Busch – Toyota (3)
2. 78 – Martin Truex, Jr. – Toyota (2)
3. 20 – Matt Kenseth – Toyota (11)
4. 1 – Jamie McMurray – Chevy (8)
5. 11 – Denny Hamlin – Toyota (9)
6. 21 – Ryan Blaney – Ford (13)
7. 4 – Kevin Harvick – Ford (4)
8. 48 – Jimmie Johnson – Chevy (7)
9. 19 – Daniel Suarez – Toyota (18)
10. 2 – Brad Keselowski – Ford (5)
11. 22 – Joey Logano – Ford (12)
12. 24 – Chase Elliot – Chevy (6)
13. 88 – Dale Earnhardt, Jr. – Chevy (22)
14. 77 – Erik Jones – Toyota (17)
15. 41 – Kurt Busch – Ford (14)
16. 14 – Clint Bowyer – Ford (10)
17. 43 – Darrell Wallace, Jr. – Ford (48)
18. 17 – Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. – Ford (16)
19. 6 – Trevor Bayne – Ford (19)
20. 10 – Danica Patrick – Ford (29)
21. 95 – Michael McDowell – Chevy (25)
22. 37 – Chris Buescher – Chevy (26)
23. 5 – Kasey Kahne – Chevy (20)
24. 27 – Paul Menard – Chevy (24)
25. 3 – Austin Dillon – Chevy (21)
26. 38 – David Ragan – Ford (28)
27. 13 – Ty Dillon – Chevy (23)
28. 47 – AJ Allmendinger – Chevy (27)
29. 31 – Ryan Newman – Chevy (15)
30. 32 – Matt DiBenedetto – Ford (31)
31. 83 – Ryan Sieg – Toyota (54)
33. 72 – Cole Whitt – Chevy (32)
34. 15 – Reed Sorenson – Chevy (36)
35. 23 – Joey Gase – Toyota (51)
36. 34 – Landon Cassill – Ford (33)
37. 33 – Jeffrey Earnhardt – Chevy (37)
38. 51 – BJ McLeod – Chevy (-)
39. 66 – Timmy Hill – Chevy (55)
40. 55 – Gray Gaulding – Toyota (35)
41. 42 – Kyle Larson – Chevy (1)