Come on out for a great night of music and dancing!
Andy assembled a crack team of Birmingham, Alabama’s finest musicians – including Adrian Marmolejo of Early James & the Latest (Dan Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound) and Les Nuby formerly of Verbena (Capitol Records) – to commit his songs to tape. The band worked its magic, cranking out the tunes in just one 8-hour session.
The namesake of the EP is an up-tempo, country-rock scorcher about coming home to Little Rock, Arkansas after being on the road for weeks. It heavily features Ford Boswell (Early James & the Latest) on pedal steel and Daniel Raine (Little Raine Band) on piano and harmonica.
The Lights Fest is an experience where thousands of friends and families gather to listen to live music, fill up on yummy food, and light up life by sharing personal wishes, dreams and goals. At the perfect moment everyone ignites their personalized sky lanterns with tiki torches and lets them take flight. It creates a surreal ambiance, where time slows down and your single flame rises and joins with thousands of others to light up your life.
The Light Fest is dedicated to leaving a positive impact on the environment and everyone who attends our event. This is an event that is for everyone but cultivates individual experiences. Come create a special memory that will last a lifetime.
Nick Haynes is back for a very special night of music dedicated to his mom and her love and fond memories of his shows at HBC over the years.
Join us Saturday November 26, 10 AM – 8 PM for our first ever Anniversary Bourbon Harvest. Get tickets to Bottle Your Own Bourbon day of at the distillery, enjoy FREE chili & pimento cheese sandwiches (till runs out), listen to southern rock/country live music around 5pm and witness our first Barrel Breaking. Stop in Casey’s Bar for our new KY Fall cocktail, do a tour & tasting and enjoy the beautiful rural property. 10 AM – 8 PM
They are songs that are relatable to the Truck Driver and the everyday Blue Collar worker, along with the ordinary music lover. Simply put, fun music.
Rick grew up in a small town of New Baltimore, Ohio, just Northwest of Cincinnati in Southwestern Ohio. It’s a small river town where he grew up listening to all kinds of music, but took a love for country music. His music is based on his three major singer/songwriter influences, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, and David Allan Coe. Many will tell you that they can hear the musical influences in the songs he writes.
Rick is an Air Force Veteran, Truck Driver, and former Radio Air Personality. He has taken many of his life’s experiences, from the trucking and Blue Collar situations, and put them to a song. I can’t say that he speaks for the workin’ man, but he sure does share a voice with them. And, who hasn’t had their heart broken and wanted to hear a crying in your beer song? Ryman has his own unique twist on slow, sad, ballads that leaves the listener wanting more.
Danielle Cormier is a Nashville based singer-songwriter that has a passion for music that has been prevalent in her life since she was five years old.
She learned how to play the piano, guitar, and then eventually started writing songs. With honest songwriting and vocals, Danielle creates music that is both approachable and captivating. Her first album features Peter Frampton on the song “Can’t Quit You” and her first original Christmas song “Christmas Is You” was featured on Spotify’s “Christmas Hits” playlist gaining over 3 million streams.
Andy assembled a crack team of Birmingham, Alabama’s finest musicians – including Adrian Marmolejo of Early James & the Latest (Dan
Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound) and Les Nuby formerly of Verbena (Capitol Records) – to commit his songs to tape. The band worked its magic, cranking out the tunes in just one 8-hour session.
The namesake of the EP is an up-tempo, country-rock scorcher about coming home to Little Rock, Arkansas after being on the road for weeks. It heavily features Ford Boswell (Early James & the Latest) on pedal steel and Daniel Raine (Little Raine Band) on piano and harmonica
4:30 PM – Community Remarks
4:45 PM – Casey Jones Distillery Remarks
5:00 PM – Closing Comments & Groundbreaking
5:15 PM – Hors d’oeuvres & Live Music at the Distillery
8:00 PM – Close
Our recently announced $2M expansion will dramatically increase the production capabilities and capacity impacting local communities and establish Western Kentucky as a producer of authentic quality spirits. Phase II of the project revolves around the construction of a brand new 7000 square foot barrel storage rickhouse.
The all-new rickhouse is the first post-prohibition barrel storage facility in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. The structure will reach 2 stories tall and hold 3000 barrels of award winning spirits on a series of barrel racks.
The building is critical to distillation operations as the primary facility for creating the distinct flavor and color of aged spirits. In addition to storage, the rickhouse will also become a new focal point for the distillery guest experience.
Patrons will be able to tour the structure to learn about the storage and aging process. Additionally, the distillery will offer guests the opportunity to experience barrel spirits tastings with Master Distiller, Arlon Casey Jones.