WoodSongs Welcomes Jimmie Vaughan, Becky Buller, Brei Carter, Jack Broadbent and More To The Historic Lyric Theatre

Article Contributed by JWA Media | Published on Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Folksinger Michael Johnathon’s WoodSongs Old Time Radio Hour continues taping its new season of shows at Lexington’s historic Lyric Theatre in October, welcoming to the stage a nice variety of performing musicians and songwriters, including guitar virtuoso Jimmie Vaughan (Oct. 18), a four time GRAMMY winning musician from Austin, Texas who is the older brother of the great Stevie Ray Vaughn. Plus, IBMA winning fiddle champion Becky Buller with singer-songwriter Erin McKeown (Oct. 25); country, soul and southern pop singer-songwriter Brei Carter with retro bluegrass singer Kody Norris (Oct. 4); and singer-songwriter Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors with jazz & blues guitarist Jack Broadbent (Oct.11). Artist biographies and more show information is available at WoodSongs.com.
Plus, each show in October will also feature a special guest performance from an incredible WoodSongs Kid.

WoodSongs Old Time Radio Hour airs on more than 500 radio stations worldwide, is also broadcasted on RFD-TV, and live streamed WoodSongs FaceBook (@WoodSongs), and on the show's YouTube channel. For additional show information, artist bios, and a complete list of where to listen and watch, visit WoodSongs.com
Tickets for the live taping at Lyric Theater may be purchased at Tix.com or by calling (859) 280-2201.
About WoodSongs Old Time Radio Hour:
Launched in 1998, WoodSongs Old Time Radio Hour is an all volunteer, live audience celebration of grassroots music and the artists who make it. Produced 44 Mondays per year from the historic Lyric Theatre in Lexington, Kentucky, the show airs worldwide on 537 radio stations from Australia to Ireland, and across the United States. It is also aired on American Forces Radio Network twice each weekend in 177 nations, and on every military base and US Naval ship around the world. It is also broadcasted into millions of homes as a PBS-TV series on KET in Kentucky, and on Friday and Wednesday’s on RFD-TV, America’s Most Important Rural Network.