Troubadour Concert Series presents: Shovels and Rope

An Evening with SHOVELS & ROPE
Tickets $39.50
Highbridge Spring Water is proud to announce the TROUBADOUR concert series bringing acclaimed Americana and alt-country duo Shovels & Rope to the Lyric Theatre Froday Oct 6. Comprised of husband and wife, Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst, Shovels & Rope have wowed fans at several sold out shows across America, lately of tour nationwide with The Wood Brothers. They won two Americana Music Awards including “Emerging Artist of the Year” and the “Song of the Year” for “Birmingham.” Shovels & Rope’s sixth and most recent album, Manticore, is released on Dualtone Records. Ticket information soon

Troubadour Concert Series presents: Garrison Keillor

Highbridge Spring Water and the volunteers of the Troubadour Concert Series present the legendary writer and American radio personality GARRISON KEILLOR the host of NPR’s A Prairie Home Companion celebrating 50 years of his career for a night of stories and songs at the historic Lyric Theatre.

Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour: Parker Hastings and Ray Cummins

TICKETS are FREE for WS Partners call 859-252-8888 or CLICK HERE TICKETS are $10 for the Public CLICK HERE or at the door the night of the show. DOORS OPEN 6PM Lyric Theatre 300 E 3rd St, Lexington KY
PARKER HASTINGSis one of the finest thumb picking guitar champions in America, the youngest to be awarded as the “Thumb Picker of the Year.” A protege of Tommy Emmanuel, he has songs from his new album he will premier on WoodSongs
RAY CUMMINS has overcome tremendous odds to keep his music career going, from a sick bed as a youngster all the way to the Grand Ole Opry and the Thumb Pickers Hall of Fame. Chet Atkins said: “Ray Cummins is one of the best finger-pickers around.”

Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour: EmiSunshine & The Rain and The Red Mountain Boys

Monday APRIL 17 2023
Lyric Theatre 300 E 3rd St, Lexington KY – DOORS OPEN 6PM
PUBLIC: $10 call 859-280-2201 or CLICK HERE
WS PARTNERS: FREE call 859-252-8888 or CLICK HERE

EMISUNSHINE & The Rain is an award winning 17-year-old songwriter and ukulele virtuoso from East Tennessee, who has been attracting national attention since age 9 with appearances on “Today,” NBC’s “Little Big Shots,” “American Idol,” the Grand Ole Opry, WoodSongs and more. With 9 albums released under her name, her 2022 album was titled ‘DIAMONDS’ and she’s currently working on two new albums, one bluegrass and one country.

The RED MOUNTAIN BOYS are based out of Colorado, carry the torch for traditional bluegrass, but their original songs make it sound brand-new. With four songwriters—including two award-winners and a Kansas Music Hall of Fame inductee—and four lifetimes of experience, the Red Mountain Boys perform with four-part harmony around one microphone in the style of the masters.

Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour: Woodsongs Kids: Aidan Muse, Sawyer Cook and Braxton Rogers

ALL TICKETS are FREE call 859-252-8888 or CLICK HERE … DOORS OPEN 6PM Lyric Theatre 300 E 3rd St, Lexington KY

Tonight there will be TWO 30 minute episodes taped. Visit the WOODSONGS KIDS TV Page: CLICK HERE

AIDAN MUSE is 10 years old from Wisconsin.  He began playing banjo at 8 years old.  He earned 1st (2021) and 2nd (2022) place titles at the East Troy Bluegrass Festival Banjo Competition, and was recently awarded a blue ribbon and Kenosha County Fair Merit Award for Musical performance in 2022.
SAWYER COOK is a 14-year old finger style guitar player from Knoxville, TN.  He has been playing since age 10, and started thumb-picking this past year after watching a Tommy Emmanuel TED-X talk on YouTube.  He also draws inspiration from Gareth Pearson, Doyle Dykes and Joe Robinson, among other great guitar players.
BRAXTON ROGERS is a 16 year old from Lawton, OK. However,  he has been traveling the country in an RV with his parents the past 4 years exploring the National Parks and attending music festivals and camps. He has been studying and playing banjo seriously for about a year and a half now and loves it more everyday. Last fall he won first place in the Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival Banjo Competition.