music artist

Live Music – Elia Burkhart – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join your friends on Saturday, April 25th for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!

Based in Cincinnati, OH, Elia Burkhart has been singing and writing songs for over 10 years. He has performed as a soloist and led his own groups, and has worked as a sideman (playing guitar, upright bass, and more) in several local and touring bands. Elia’s songs range from blues to country to rock n’ roll, and have been compared to the writing of Gram Parsons, Bright Eyes and the Beatles.

Live Music – Trey Binkley – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join your friends on Saturday, March 28th for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!

Trey Binkley is a singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist in Murfreesboro, TN. He plays a variety of music from country to rock to blues.

Live Music – Jazz Night with Harold Dawson – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join your friends on Saturday, March 14th for jazz night at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!

Harold Dawson Jr. is a smooth jazz saxophonist who fell in love with the saxophone at age of 13. He heightened his music talents through middle school and high school teacher, earning his first solo “Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder. Dawson’s favorite artists are Kenny G, Dave Koz, and Boney James. He dreams of becoming a famous saxophonist and continuing to bring back the art of smooth jazz.

Midday Music – Noelle Thompson – at Hopkinsville Community College

The Hopkinsville Community College (HCC) February Midday Music concert will be held Wednesday, February 26 at 12:05 – 1:00 p.m. The event will feature Miss Austin Peay State University 2020 Noelle Thompson who is a master yodeler and country music artist.

Midday Music concerts are free to all. A light lunch will be provided.

Expansion Grand Opening – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

It’s been a long time coming but it’s worth the wait!

Hopkinsville Brewing Company cordially invites you to their Fat Tuesday celebration for the unveiling of their expanded facility. The Seafood King will be serving traditional Mardi Gras dishes at the patio and saxophonist Harold Dawson will be lighting up the taproom with New Orleans-style Jazz.

 

Live Music – Wade Oliver – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Come out and enjoy live local music, no tickets or cover charge–at Hopkinsville Brewing Company! Check out Wade Oliver :

A true country singer/songwriter, Wade combines super storytelling with a soulful voice, bound to catch your ear and your heart. Relying on personal experience and the ups and downs of life, his music brings back that experience of feeling like the guy singing knows your life story, an experience that seems forgotten in today’s modern country music market. From the lyrics to the melodies, you will feel the heart and soul you used to know and love in country music.

You may call Wade Oliver “outlaw country” or you may say he’s traditional, but those that know him simply call him the Music Man!

Live Music – Josh DeArmond – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join your friends on Saturday, December 14th for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!

Muhlenberg County native Josh DeArmond has always had a passion for live music. He started his musical life as a drummer but after stumbling upon a live concert video of Lynyrd Skynyrd from 1976 as a teenager, he decided to pick up the guitar. It wasn’t until college that he started writing his own songs after being inspired by the lyrics of artist Joshua James. He draws inspiration from the darker aspects of life similar to the likes of Steve Earle, Chris Knight, and Jason Isbell.

Live Music – Tony Logue – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Come on out to Hopkinsville Brewing Company for a great evening of live music! Tonight’s live music features Tony Logue!

Kentucky has historically proven itself fertile ground for prolific singer/songwriters. Western Kentucky’s Tony Logue is exactly that. Fresh off the release of his album SERPENTS & SAVIORS, Logue is slowly carving out his place among his respective Kentucky alumni. Logue’s characters often have grease beneath their nails and their backs against the wall. Hard nosed, hard living folks searching for that glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. Stories woven with the thread of hardship and hope.