Country Boy Brewing Stage
featuring live musical performances! 🎶

Enjoy a wide variety of local musicians – playing everything from classic oldies to today’s latest hits – for FREE during Festival of the Horse, Sept. 6-8, 2019. Live music performances will take place in Downtown Georgetown’s Courthouse Square.

Friday, September 6th, 2019

5-6pm | Rhyan Sinclair

“18-year-old Rhyan Sinclair is force to be reckoned with in the country music sphere. After 6 years at the helm of alt-country/rock band All the Little Pieces (which she founded at the age of 11), Kentucky singer/songwriter Rhyan Sinclair stepped firmly into Americana/Traditional Country territory with her debut solo release, Barnstormer.”

8-9:50pm | Brother Smith

“Brother Smith is a young five-piece band, native to the Greater Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky area. Led by Brothers Wes and Aaron Smith, the group has created a unique blend mixing the heart of Country, the creativity of Funk, and the passion of Soul. Brother Smith’s influences range from The Eagles, Boston and Steve Miller Band, to James Brown, Stevie Wonder and Kirk Franklin. Brother Smith has also had opportunities to share stages with Sundy Best, Moon Taxi and many more.”


Saturday, September 7th, 2019

12-1pm | Feral Cats

“Feral Cats began their journey in the summer of 2018. The four musicians, Kimberly Kornegay, Kevin Burrus, Rick Cypher and (to be determined) met a few times to see if this troupe would gel and they quickly found “the groove”. Hard work, dedication to their craft and the love of the blues has quickly set this band apart making the crowds dance ever since. With gigs scheduled to play around NC at clubs, festivals and parties the group has assembled a great list of dance blues so come out and “Take us in.”’ 

1:30-2pm | Eric Bolander

“Eric Bolander’s flavor of Americana/folk music offers soulful vocal tone with thoughtful melodies that have staying power.  Lyrically driven by life experiences, Eric’s songs will give you a glimpse into his life and a realization that happiness can be perpetuated through pain. Eric grew up in the small eastern KY town of Garrison in the Ohio River Valley along the foothills of Appalachia.”

2:30-3:30pm | Abby Hamilton

“Abby Hamilton is a Kentucky born-and-raised country and folk-rock singer-songwriter, with an ironic and sincere lyrical perspective. She guides her listeners along with active storytelling that ranges from hilarious tales of life in the working class, retelling of classic themes, and of course, good ol’ country heartbreak.”

4-5pm | The Local Honeys

“The Local Honeys are comprised of Linda Jean Stokley and Montana Hobbs. Stokley from the rolling hills of the Bluegrass, and Hobbs from the foothills of the Appalachian region have developed a sweet sound of the bluegrass kissing the mountains. They have dedicated themselves to the preservation of old music and the creation of new music. Their songwriting often reflects subject matter that little girls ought not talk about.” 

6-7pm | Garrick Howell

“Singer/Songwriter/Recording Artist/Producer in Central Kentucky. Offering a wide variety of goods and services, Garrick has been in the music business for over 15 years. With writing credits on 5 albums, recording experience on many more and co-producing albums for others, he’s experienced and interested in helping others make their music.”

7:30-8:30pm | Brother Maven

“Soul. Groove. Heritage. Plenty of words could be used to describe the music and performance of Brother Maven, but these three stand out among all the rest. The band showcases a diversity of styles as they combine elements of Rhythm & Blues, Southern Soul, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Country to create their own distinct sound.”

9-10pm | Bek and the Starlight Revue

“Bek and the Starlight Revue, composed of vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Bek Smallwood, bassist Tim Smallwood, guitarist and songwriter Kevin Harmon and a rotating basis of drum players, play a rock and roll mixed with soul and a classic Appalachian sound that is starting to become more mainstream.”


Sunday, September 8th, 2019

12-1pm | Charlie Johnson and Switchback

“Charlie Johnson and SwitchBack is a 3 piece band that plays classic Rock and Country. Everything from Merle Haggard to Metallica. Charlie Johnson, from Georgetown, has played guitar for Len Doolin, John Michael Montgomery, Montgomery/Gentry, Pure Prairie League. Bud McKinley (bass guitar), Matt Skaggs (drums) and myself have been performing together for 6 years. We’ve played in clubs and festivals around Ky. Direct support up for The Drifters.” 

1-2pm | Logan Carver

“Hailing from Georgetown, Kentucky with deep roots in the eastern side of the state, Logan Carver is a singer-songwriting raconteur who now calls Lexington, Kentucky his home. What sets him apart is his broad musical influences which include Drive-by Truckers, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Kid Cudi, Keith Whitley, and U2.”

2:30-3:30pm | Kyle and Sable Snyder

“Local musicians based in Georgetown, KY playing folk and alternative folk music for weddings, events, and live venues.”

4-5pm | 29 Horses

“Born on the backroads and small towns of central Kentucky, 29 Horses has been producing music of lost love, loneliness, the road and booze since 2008. After taking a hiatus to explore life and all it has to offer they have returned, as dedicated as ever to the cause. As ever their mantra remains the same, “We’ll do it live.”’