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UK AcoUstiKats discuss music, being on national TV

UK AcoUstiKats discuss music, being on national TV

The UK AcoUstiKats have become regional celebrities for their musical talent and will be on season four of NBC’s “The Sing-Off” on Monday night.
The show features 10 of the best acapella groups from around the country.

Test how good of a roommate you really are. You may be surprised.

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Calipari opens up about players, plans

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Calipari opens up about players, plans

By Les Johns | @KernelJohns ljohns@kykernel.com UK basketball head coach John Calipari is in the beginning stages of assimilating six new players onto the roster of a team looking to defend last year’s national championship. Calipari met with the media in September to talk about early preparations. This is the first of a two-part series […]

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Interview with the Spooky Qs

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Staff writer Carol Seiler interviewed Ondine Quinn, Jack Cofer and Chris Oaks from the Spooky Qs, a Lexington band that will be playing at Al’s Bar on Saturday.

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Q & A with Michael Johnathon of Woodsongs

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By Donald Mason The great thing about local music festivals is that they seem to have many local artists perform. Festivals such as Forecastle as well as HullabaLOU feature several Lexington acts. One of the most notable Lexington acts that will be playing at HullabaLOU is Michael Johnathon, founder and host of the Woodsongs Radio […]

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Q & A  with The Constellations at Bonnaroo Music Festival

By Donald Mason You never know what kind of talent you will find at a music festival. At Bonnaroo, music lovers of all kinds will surely find something new and fresh, it just depends on how well you can navigate Centeroo. I was fortunate enough to spend a little time with some members from The […]

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By Donald Mason Q: I saw your show in Lexington at Buster’s. What is different with your show now than in the past? A: We invested into a light show for YA-KA-MAY, giving another dynamic to the music. Q: One of my favorite parts of that show was Stanton’s amazing drum solo. Is that a […]

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Q&A with WRFL’s past and current leaders

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Before the festivities of the three-day music festival Boomslang began, the Kernel sat down with current WRFL general manager Ainsley Wagoner and one of the founders of WRFL, Kakie Urch, to hear their thoughts on the upcoming events, the goals behind the student radio station and just how far they’ve come over the past 20 […]

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How did you first get into mixing music? I mean, back then I had no formalized training in music, so back in high school I kind of found out about certain forms of underground electronic music, started going to a lot of shows, saw a lot of people touring around, and it was this sort […]

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By Kelly Wiley Going from a Prada-wearing boyfriend in “Clueless” to a comical surgeon in “Scrubs,” Donald Faison is now taking the big screen, starring in “Next Day Air,” where two criminals just so happen to stumble upon some drugs. Faison participated in a conference call to promote the movie. Q. Your roles usually do […]

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