Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Live Music – Hunter Lyons – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join the Hopkinsville Brewing Company at their next live music event featuring Hunter Lyons.

A native of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, Hunter Lyons has been playing guitar since the age of eight. He relocated to Nashville on June 1, 2017, and works in the trades most of the week. He spends every extra hour playing guitar, writing tunes and telling stories.

Live Music – Justin Suede – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join the Hopkinsville Brewing Company at their next live music event featuring Justin Suede.

Justin Suede is an up and coming singer / songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee. With a full head of steam on the rails of modern blues and alternative country, Justin blows away audiences with the soul he carries in his voice. His success in his home state of Virginia allowed him to showcase his music at various tour stops and open up for major artists. In 2018, he was awarded a Golden Ticket on American Idol.

​Arriving in Nashville with nowhere to stay, Justin lived in and out of hotels and worked in a warehouse to make ends meet. At first, he started playing shows for free on the outskirts of Music City just to get his foot in the door. Not a single venue that took a shot on letting him take the stage hasn’t invited him back.
​Justin’s distinct style and energy has created a buzz that’s quickly made its way into the heart of Music City. In just six months since his move, Justin has landed his first gig as a headliner in Nashville and recently was chosen by a local radio station to play at his first festival in Tennessee.

Live Music – Clayton Kaiser – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join your friends for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company! Clayton Kaiser performs on Saturday, September 28th, 6:00-8:00 pm!

Clayton sweats and bleeds country music. Raised in the Pacific Northwest, his childhood of cloudy hikes and Methodist choral rehearsals forged a songwriter with a penchant for Rock ‘n’ Roll and the outdoors. His range falls between growling baritone and howling tenor, in the same vein as his songwriting heroes, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams. With biting cynicism and heavy-handed lyrical work, Clayton is gnawing his way into a long career in music.