Each Monday, Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour presents a live performance of two musical acts in the acoustic/songwriter/folk/bluegrass/old-time music vein at the historic Kentucky Theatre, recorded and featured on hundreds of television and radio stations across the world each week. Participants must be seated by 6:45 p.m.; visit www.woodsongs.com for more information.
From the Woodsongs website: “Holly Williams’ success as a singer-songwriter is that it’s never been her mission to try and live up to the legacy cast by her famous and prolific father and grandfather – Hank Jr. and Sr., respectively – nor has she spent a lot of time trying to live it down. The respect that Holly has garnered as an artist over the course of many years spent building an international fan base, and the release of two acclaimed albums, has come on her own terms, based on her own sound. She continues building her legacy with “The Highway” released on her own label and co-produced by Charlie Peacock….Charlie Peacock’s adventurous and success-laden resume makes him a difficult musician to categorize. The Grammy Award-winning, multi-format performer, songwriter and record producer has excelled in pop, gospel, country, Folk-Americana, and jazz. Alongside his own unique performing and recording career, Peacock has played a lead role in creating major hits in three separate decades—most notably Amy Grant, Switchfoot and The Civil Wars. In 2012 Peacock diverted from his recent jazz recordings to produce his own return to vocal performance, the Folk/Americana flavored “No Man’s Land.””