Lost River Sessions

Lost River Sessions introduces you to emerging artists from the world of bluegrass, folk and Americana music. In addition to the award-winning TV show produced by WKU PBS, Lost River Sessions is on the radio - featuring recordings from the TV show and from our live shows at the Capitol Arts Center in Bowling Green. You can be a part of the audience for our live shows. See below for our upcoming schedule. 

2018-19 Lost River Sessions LIVE Schedule
Friday, Jan. 18 - The Barefoot Movement & The Savage Radley (listen here)
Friday, Feb. 22 - Carl Anderson & Jordan Young (listen here)
Saturday, March 16 - An Evening with Parker Millsap (listen here)

Friday, April 19  - Hogslop String Band & The Jenny Roads (listen here)
Saturday, May 11 - Nikki Lane, The Howlin' Brothers, Leslie Weiler Meng (listen here)

 

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Bryan Lemon

February's Lost River Sessions LIVE show at the Captiol Arts Center in Bowling Green was a special one.

Fans saw local singer and songwriter Dax Evans take the stage, performing some heartfelt original songs.

Meanwhile, Nashville artist, and former music therapist Kyshona, blessed the venue on the eve of her album release with new music.


Bryan Lemon

The first Lost River Sessions Live show of the year kicked off in January at the Capitol Arts Center in Bowling Green, with performances from the multi-talented Bowling Green artist Jamie Resch, and experienced singer/songwriter/producer Will Kimbrough.


Rob Taber

This season of Lost River Sessions Live wrapped up last month with a performance by Kentucky natives the Whiskey Bent Valley Boys and Willie Huston at the Capitol Arts Center in Bowling Green, KY. 


Rob Taber

Lost River Sessions Live returned to the Capitol Arts Center in Bowling Green for a special October show featuring Tennesee-based musicians Liz Brasher and Justin Kalk.


Bryan Lemon

Our first show of the season featured a performance from the North Carolina group, Mipso. The act headlined the September Lost River Sessions LIVE concert at the Capitol Arts Center in Bowling Green, KY.

Since coming together six years ago in Chapel Hill, the group and it's blend of acoustic, folk and indie music has gained worldwide recognition. They have toured internationally, played the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and have been the subject of a documentary. The band's latest project, Edges Run, was released last year.

Darius Barati

Our latest concert in our Lost River Sessions LIVE series featured Kentucky's very own Ian Noe and Nathan Blake Lynn. They performed live at the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame and Museum in downtown Owensboro.

Noe is a talented singer-songwriter who has made a big footprint in a very short amount of time. Two years ago, he left Kentucky for the first time to go on tour. He has played for his hero, John Prine, since then and is currently in the United Kingdom getting ready to perform in London. Noe's LRS LIVE performance this summer came just two months after the release of his first full-length album, Between the Country.


Rob Taber

The season finale of Lost River Sessions LIVE featured Nikki Lane, a Nashville singer-songwriter who blends country, rock and blues. Mike LoPinto played alongside Lane on guitar and she was also joined for part of her set by The Howlin' Brothers and Leslie Weiler Meng. 

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The Hogslop String Band was featured at April's Lost River Sessions LIVE concert on April 19 at the Capitol Arts Center in Bowling Green.

LRS Live Replay: An Evening with Parker Millsap

Apr 4, 2019
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After a winter spent writing songs, Parker Millsap hit the road in March, making several stops in Kentucky including Bowling Green on March 16 for Lost River Sessions LIVE.

James Coreas

Parker Millsap, the 26-year-old singer, songwriter, guitarist and band leader will give a special solo performance in Bowling Green on March 16th as part of the Lost River Sessions LIVE concert series.

LRS Live Replay: Carl Anderson & Jordan Young

Feb 28, 2019
Rob Taber

For the second time, Carl Anderson graced the Lost River Sessions LIVE stage at the Capitol Arts Center in Bowling Green on Feb. 22, 2019.

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The War and Treaty, a husband and wife duo, produces music that crosses genres but is always thoughtful and full of soul. Michael Trotter served in the U.S. Army, where his vocal and piano skills were discovered. He wrote all the songs on the group's latest album "Healing Tide". Tanya Trotter grew up outside Washington, D.C. and has been a life-long performer, winning her first talent contest at the age of 13.  Their performance was recorded at the Ironwood Farm estate in Bowling Green.

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Nashville group The Barefoot Movement brought its blend of traditional bluegrass, original songs and pop cover tunes to the stage of the Capitol Arts Center in Bowling Green on Jan. 18 for the first Lost River Sessions LIVE of 2019. The Barefoot Movement features Noah Wall on lead vocals and fiddle, Alex Conerly on guitar, Katie Blomarz on stand up bass and Tommy Norris on mandolin.   

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Nashville-based rocker Lilly Hiatt has become somewhat of a regular in Bowling Green, playing the A-Frame in the fall of 2017, Lost River Sessions LIVE in April 0f 2018 and recording a Lost River Sessions TV program a few months later. She released her latest album Trinity Lane in 2017. 

Carl Anderson, a singer-songwriter also based in Nashville brought his deeply introspective lyrics to the stage at Van Meter Hall at Western Kentucky University for a solo performance a few years ago (heard during this particular Lost River Sessions broadcast).  He also performed at Lost River Sessions LIVE in January 2017. 

Lost River Sessions: 2018 Rewind

Dec 6, 2018
Bryan Lemon/WKU

From bluegrass to folk to Americana and indie rock, Lost River Sessions brought live music to downtown Bowling Green once again in 2018. Not only did audiences experience these shows in person, but listeners all over Kentucky, southwest Indiana and northern Tennessee were transported to the Capitol Arts Center by Lost River Sessions radio broadcasts. 

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