Joan Osborne has one of those voices, the kind that only come around every once in a while.
Heidi Howe is an earnest songwriter who lays her memories on the floor. Broken and hopeful, when she sings, it rings with yearning.
At this point in their career, CunninLynguists have proven themselves as highly consistent hip-hop connoisseurs, with a fondness for dissecting and discussing humanity and society.
On his first solo outing, University of Louisville Professor Ansyn Banks demonstrates that he is also a consummate student.
After several excellent albums, Lexington native and DownBeat Rising Star Violinist Zach Brock’s second for well-respected Criss Cross pays tribute to several of his influences, from pioneers
Many big bands embrace “more is more” with flashy showpieces: not this one.
Growing up in Cincinnati does a few things to a person — having knowledge of what an Ass Pony is, random encounters with Blessid Union of Souls, and mall food court conversations with the Lac
One-third of Frankfort’s Basement Up, Allen Poe’s Ohms is beautifully produced, from blog favorite “Gina” (featuring Von Pea) to “Grand Entrance” (w