(Covington, KY)—The DevouGrass Music and Arts Festival may be a little more than a month away, but fans can support the cause starting Friday, August 21st from 6-9pm at Covington’s Braxton Brewing Company during the tapping release party for DevouBrew—Braxton’s Golden Cream Ale, Storm, infused with cucumbers, lime, and mint. The refreshing, end-of-summer beer will be available in the taproom, while supplies last, until the DevouGrass Music and Arts Festival takes place in September. Braxton Brewing will donate $1 from the sale of every DevouBrew pint to the DevouGrass festival’s charities. Read more
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On Saturday, October 4, 2014 the first annual DevouGrass Music and Arts festival will take place at Covington’s Devou Park Bandshell. The free event will run from noon until dusk and feature bluegrass music, regional artisan craft vendors and gourmet food trucks. The family-friendly fest will also include entertainment for kids of all ages and hands-on activities provided by Behringer Crawford Museum. All proceeds will be donated to Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky to benefit CHNK’s new chemical dependency treatment program.
“Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky is in the midst of one of the most exciting chapters of its 132 year history,” shares Rick Wurth, CHNK’s Chief Executive Officer. “Our team is prepared to meet new community needs around adolescent behavioral health and youth addiction services precisely because of the type of help we are receiving from the community, including the DevouGrass project.” Read more
A year and a half after first bringing their unique Americana, folk and bluegrass sound to the Queen City, Blue Caboose will be releasing their first long playing album of songs on Saturday, August 18. The album, Modern Limited, showcases the broad variety of musical styles and instruments that Blue Caboose audiences have grown accustomed to hearing live. Twelve of the thirteen songs were written by the band, including the bluesy “Back to Ohio” and “Trying Times”, the Old Timey fun of “Swim Swim Swim” and the socially conscious, pseudo-reggae of “(I Wanna Know My) Farmer’s Name.” Modern Limited is rounded out by an unconventional reworking of the traditional song, “Keep My Skillet Good And Greasy” (made famous by Uncle Dave Macon) that throws in everything but the kitchen sink. Read more