Live Music and Concerts in Lexington – Nov. 18 – 24, 2019

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Here’s the rundown of upcoming live music and concerts in Lexington for Nov. 18 – 24!

Monday, Nov. 18

No music 🙁

Tuesday, Nov. 19

No music 🙁

Wednesday, Nov. 20

The Kyle Gass Company at The Burl – 7 PM

The Kyle Gass Company is an acoustic rock band featuring various members of Tenacious D including Kyle Gass, Mike Bray, and John Konesky.  The band has released two albums — Kyle Gas Band and Thundering Herd under the name Kyle Gas Band.  The Kyle Gass Company is a stripped-down, acoustic version of the Kyle Gas Band.

Homesafe, Kayak Jones, Young Culture, Keep Flying, When Autumn Calls at Cosmic Charlie’s – 8 PM

Thursday, Nov. 21

Black Stone Cherry and The Lacs  at Manchester Music Hall – 7 PM

Black Stone Cherry is an American rock band hailing from Edmonton, Kentucky.  The band consists of Chris Robertson, Ben Wells, Jon Lawhon, and John Fred Young.  They have released six albums and three EPs.  Black Stone Cherry have charted eight singles on the US Mainstream Rock Tracks charts.  Family Tree, their latest album, was released on April 20, 2018.  Their music features elements of hard rock, heavy metal, southern rock, alternative, and post-grunge.

The Lacs is an American country rap duo consisting of Clay Sharpe and Brian King.  “Lacs” is an acronym for “loud ass crackers.”  They have released six albums with four of those charting in the top 30 of the Billboard 200.

Boa w/ Sour Cream and Tony and the Choreboys at The Burl – 8:30 PM
Seafoam Samples, Forrest, Fast Eddy at Cosmic Charlie’s – 8 PM

Friday, Nov. 22

Lupe Fiasco at Manchester Music Hall – 7 PM

Lupe Fiasco is an American rapper from Chicago, Illinois.   Fiasco’s debut album Lupe Fiasco’s Food & Liquor was released in 2006; the album received three Grammy nominations.  The following year, Lupe released Lupe Fiasco’s The Cool which featured lead single SuperstarSuperstar was Fiasco’s first top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100.  2011’s Lasers was Fiasco’s first album to debut at number one on the Billboard 200.  Lupe’s latest release, Drogas Wave, came out in September 2018.

C2 & The Brothers Reed w/ Swim In The Wild, Bedford Band at The Burl – 9 PM
Leftover Crack, Days N’ Daze, Cop/Out  at Cosmic Charlie’s – 8 PM

Saturday, Nov. 23

Chris Young with Eli Young Band and Matt Stell at Rupp Arena – 7:30 PM

Chris Young is a Grammy-nominated country artist from Murfreesboro, Tennessee.  He rose to prominence in 2006 when he was declared Nashville Star’s Season 4 winner.  He has released seven studio albums and is a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

Wade Cota with the Jacks  at Manchester Music Hall – 7 PM
The Binders w/ NonCompliant at The Burl – 10 PM
Driftwood Gypsy, Dark Moon Hollow at Cosmic Charlie’s – 9 PM

Sunday, Nov. 24

Dallas Moore w/ Laid Back Country Picker & more at The Burl – 8 PM

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