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7086 Tates Creek Road Lexington, KY 40515
(859) 971-3214  (map)


400 Gordon Lane Shelbyville, KY 40065 (502) 633-6969  (map)


Upcoming Events

Lexington - Kari Lynch

Kari's talents, extraordinary work ethic, passion for RI LYNCH performing and writing songs, and her ability to connect with fans of all ages and backgrounds though music is undeniable. You will not meet a more determined, personable, hardworking and driven artist and songwriter.


Shelbyville - Bomar & Ritter

Mary Bomar and Bob Ritter met in Nashville, Tennessee and for more than 25 years have been performing their brand of contemporary folk/pop music. Drawing on diverse influences such as Joni Mitchell, Dan Fogelberg, Bonnie Raitt, Bob Seger, Ray Charles and the Eagles (to name a few), they are known for their tight harmony, intricate guitar arrangements and light hearted stage manner.


Lexington - Dock Steffey

Dock began playing guitar and singing at a very young age of 8 years old. Coming from a long family line of musicians, Dock learned to appreciate and devote time to learning many different genres of music. Blues, Rock, Folk & Americana are a few of the styles covered by Dock in addition to original songs.


Shelbyville - 2 Grass

2-Grass is a father and son duo performing mainly traditional bluegrass music. Harold Raleigh (5 string banjo and guitar) grew up the mountains of Eastern KY, and began playing with his older brothers band at the age of 14. Kevin Raleigh began his musical career playing Classical music with his middle school orchestra, but switched his interest to bluegrass by his late teens.


Lexington - Mike Archer

Mike made the step of moving to Kentucky, gathering inspiration from small town life. 2003 saw his first solo performance at Two Roads Café, a small restaurant in Danville, Kentucky. He was welcomed with open arms, and to this day Mike enjoys playing in smaller, intimate settings where he can interact with his fans.





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