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111 E. 6th St., Newport, KY



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Kristen Ford

Folk, Rock, Indie, Live Music in Bar/Club

Kristen Ford's indie music fuses folk, reggae, country, and blues with a healthy dose of rock and roll. Kristen is a Massachusetts native, with a traveler's heart. Although she has recently settled in Nashville, TN, Kristen is still out on the road more than not, making friends and fans across the USA. Her one woman band explores the format of looping vocals and guitar riffs, specifically writing for the sum of her moving parts: loopers, drums, vocals and stringed instruments. Within the constraints of that technology, a stacked and ambient vibe emerges, underpinning Kristen’s ability to be acoustically brooding one moment, explosive and epic the next. The show always promises to be a deliciously unique evening of music, highlighting the musical growth Kristen has experienced over an adventurous couple of years, interacting with diverse audiences across the country and around the world.


• Fri 12/21/18 at - 9:30 PM



The Mudpies have been described as "a sonic collision of the Who, Aerosmith and U2."


• Fri 12/28/18 at - 9:30 PM

Woody Pines


Woody Pines, featured in HBO’s 'Treme,' epitomizes the swinging ragtime and country sound of a simpler time. Featuring Woody on guitar, banjo, harmonica and lead vocals and Zack Pozebanchuk on upright bass and occasional drums and fiddle, Woody Pines is an “intoxicating blend of rural and urban stringband, country blues, ragtime and jug band music” (Maverick Magazine, UK).


• Sat 12/29/18 at - 9:30 PM

The Wooks


The Wooks is a bluegrass group from Kentucky.


• Sat 12/29/18 at - 9:00 PM

Sean Whiting


Live Music with talent that is a rare find. Incredible voice and guitar skills...coming to you from Eastern Kentucky, join us as we welcome Sean Whiting!


• Sat 1/12/19 at - 9:30 PM

Sarah Shook & The Disarmers


North Carolina’s Sarah Shook sings with a conviction and hard honesty sorely lacking in much of today’s Americana landscape. Always passionate, at times profane, Sarah stalks/walks the line between vulnerable and menacing, her voice strong and uneasy, country classic but with contemporary, earthy tension.


• Thu 1/17/19 at - 8:00 PM

Scott Mulvahill


After years of exploring different tastes and abilities, Scott Mulvahill has chosen to make rock music his canvas. The singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist grew up in southeast Texas listening to the likes of Ray Charles, Elvis, The Beatles, Harry Belafonte, and old-fashioned hymns.


• Thu 1/24/19 at - 7:30 PM

Wayne Hancock


Wayne "The Train" Hancock has found success with his mix of Texas country, rock and rockabilly, which looks to the past while still sounding new. He is often compared to Hank Williams III. Writing songs since the age of 12 helped him win a talent contest at age 18 called 'Wrangler County Showdown.' He then was immediately shipped to new recruit training for the US Marine Corps where he served four years. "The Train" was chugging along with his musical career when he recorded his 2003 album, 'Swing Time,' live during a two-night stand at the Continental Club in Austin.


• Thu 1/24/19 at - 8:00 PM



Lissie Maurus has signed record deals with Sony U.K.; Columbia, also in the U.K. and Fat Possum in the U.S. Her most recent album, "My Wild West," is out on her own label.


• Mon 1/28/19 at - 8:00 PM

Sissy Brown


Sissy Brown grew up in near Lawton, Oklahoma in a family full of musicians. She was classically trained, and as a teen went to Europe to sing classical music, but eventually found her own sounds and turned towards her country roots.


• Sat 2/2/19 at - 9:30 PM

Joshua Hedley


Self-deprecating but confident, unambitious but hard working, subtle but virtuosic: Joshua Hedley is a living paradox. He’s also a hell of an accomplished fiddle player. His generation's champion for classic country, Hedley has said that he feels no need to try to improve upon perfection, which he believes that Nashville Sound pioneered by giants like Chet Atkins already achieved. So instead, he channels it, like a golden-era honky-tonk medium. “Classic country is like a suit. Nothing about a men’s suit has changed in like 100 years,” he says. “Classic never goes out of style. Something can’t be a throwback if it’s never been out of style.”


• Thu 2/7/19 at - 9:00 PM

William Fitzsimmons


William Fitzsimmons' songs are richly textured with multiple guitar lines, slide guitar, touches of electronica, melodica, mandolin and harmonically layered vocals.


• Sat 2/9/19 at - 8:00 PM

Clownvis Presley

Stand Up Comedy,Rock,Musical Comedy,Magic


• Fri 3/1/19 at - 9:00 PM



The music of this New Jersey-based band contains elements of indie rock, pop and country.


• Fri 3/1/19 at - 8:00 PM

Remo Drive


Conceived in suburban Minnesota, Remo Drive delivers a high energy punky brand of indie rock.


• Sun 3/10/19 at - 8:00 PM