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15-year old singer/songwriter EmiSunshine has been lauded by Rolling Stone as one of the new country artists you need to know. Her recent album, Family Wars, is, as she describes it, “I’m looking at problems and trying to make something beautiful out of them.” EmiSunshine talks about her music and performs one of her songs in this conversation with Elaine Diehl.

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Ken Burns' team has interviewed more than 100 people – including 40 members of the Country Music Hall of Fame – for the eight-night Country Music documentary airing Sept. 15-19 and Sept. 22-25.

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Here's my annual Fall TV guide, as the season kicks off today with the new Kelly Clarkson, Tamron Hall and Judge Jerry daytime shows; HGTV's A Very Brady Renovation at 8 p.m.; and a Monday Night Football doubleheader.

Bobby Mackey Talks Music And His Haunted Honky Tonk

Aug 23, 2019
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Local country music legend and club owner Bobby Mackey is celebrating 41 years of his iconic, possibly haunted, country music honky tonk in Wilder, Kentucky. He's with our Elaine Diehl for some reminiscences and to talk about his latest single.

Country music legend and nightclub owner Bobby Mackey has a new CD out called I'll Go Down Swinging

After a one-year hiatus, the Buckle Up Country Music Festival returns this summer to Summit Park in Blue Ash. 

Country music singer and nightclub owner Bobby Mackey stopped by recently to talk to Lee Hay about his new single, Lucille, and some Halloween happenings at his haunted Wilder, KY club. 

Lee Hay is on the phone with Georgette Jones, the daughter of country music royalty – George Jones and Tammy Wynette. She’s a singer and recording artist who will be performing at Bobby Mackey’s Music World on October 19. She talks about her parents, her own music, and what concert-goers can expect when she’s singing on stage.

A song from country artist Billy Currington, who will be performing at the Kentucky Speedway prior to the Quaker State 400 race on June 29.

Playhouse in the Park’s current Thompson Shelterhouse production is Hank Williams: Lost Highway, which presents the stories behind some of the country legend’s greatest hits. The show features more than 20 of Hank Williams’ greatest hits and was co-authored and directed by the same man behin

d two of the Playhouse’s crowd favorites: Always…Patsy Cline and Love, Janis. Our Jim Stump talks with about this production and the legendary Texas singer-songwriter.