Music series

Heritage Music Series arrives in London

London-Laurel County Tourism, along with Forcht Broadcasting’s WFTG The Wolf and Kentucky Country Music have teamed up to produce an intimate acoustic concert experience, Heritage Music Series. Several Kentucky-based singer-songwriters will take the stage the first three Saturdays in March at the Heritage Hills Theater. All shows will begin at 7:00 p.m. with limited socially distanced seating.

On March 5, Rye Davis will team up with Branden Martin for the series’ first show. The two were named one of Kentucky Country Music’s musical acts to watch due to their growing popularity among music fans. Their mix of stone-cold honkytonk songs are perfect for fans of Alan Jackson, Randy Travis, Cody Jinks, and more to listen to. Tickets for this show will cost $15 and can be purchased online through click here.

Then, on March 12, Wolfpen Branch, formerly known as Hancock and Shouse, will present their group of 5 music stars on stage. The group consists of Arthur Hancock, Chris Shouse, Roddy Puckett, Kati Penn and Aaron Bibelhauser. Fans of bluegrass and Appalachian music will appreciate their unique style on stage. Tickets for this show will cost $20 and can be purchased online through click here.

Finally, on March 19, Tiffany Williams and Eric Bolander will conclude the series as part of the celebration of the collective release of their new albums. Letcher County native Tiffany Williams recently recorded “You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive,” alongside Laurel County native Darrell Scott, who wrote the song. Eric Bolander provides a laid-back soulful Americana sound to his performances. Tickets for this show will cost $15 and can be purchased online through click here.

Tickets for the Heritage Music Series are on sale now at https://www.eventbrite.com/o/lltc-29700364349. For those who buy tickets for all three events before March 1, they will receive a free signed poster of all artists. There are a limited number of tickets per show to follow CDC guidelines. Masks will need to be worn by all at all times, along with social distancing protocols.

For more information, be sure to check the County of London-Laurel Tourism website at https://visitlondonky.com.