Arts & Music

Arts & Music

Inspired by the San Diego Latino Film Festival, Lexington's first event highlighting Latino films gets underway Thursday, Sept. 19.

This Saturday evening at The Norton Center for The Arts in Danville, Simone Dinnerstein and Tift Merritt are performing their song cycle "Night." WUKY's Joe Conkwright catches up with these diverse musicians for a three way conversation.

Hear the interview on Curtains@8 or listen below.

Curtains@8! Turning 20

Jan 17, 2013

LEXINGTON, Ky. - For two decades, Central Kentuckians have been informed, entertained, and moved by the talents of countless authors, performers, and promoters on Curtains at 8 with Nick Lawrence.  Thursday marks the 20th anniversary of the program's first broadcast.

“Twenty years, at about fifty shows a year, fifty weeks a year, three shows a week…some three thousand people have been through here best I can tell”, Lawrence told WUKY’s Alan Lytle.

Even before he started working for WUKY, the long-time host had an idea of what kind of radio show he wanted to do. 

Lexington's own Ben Sollee stopped by WUKY to favor us with a couple songs from his newest record, Half-Made Man. Watch a simmering liver version of "DIY."


Natasha's Bistro & Bar welcomes Leon Redbone to the stage Saturday, September 29th. Get to know the man behind the music with an exclusive WUKY interview.

Andrew Bird brings his unique sound to UK's Singletary Center for the Arts Saturday, September 29th. Hear an exclusive WUKY interview with the man himself.

Andrew Bird comes to UK's Singletary Center Saturday, September 29 and you could win two tickets and backstage passes! To enter, simply visit WUKY's Facebook page and tell us why you want to see Andrew Bird.

You've heard Ben Folds Five's latest single, "Do It Anyway," on WUKY's Rock & Roots. Now the video, which features muppets from Fraggle Rock, is taking over the internet.

See the top records on sale at CD Central this week.

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From NPR: Ben Sollee's forthcoming album Half Made Man positively soars, with cellos used to feed the drama and fuel Sollee's ruminations on the pursuit of meaning in modern life. Watch "Unfinished" below.


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