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The Performance Hall at Arts Place

The Folk Project is coming to

Red Barn Radio soundstage

Showtime: 7 pm

Red Barn Radio records each show before a studio

audience for later broadcast. Come help us cheer on the

musicians who keep alive the Music of Kentucky!

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The Folk Project is a duo from the heart of Kentucky. Hannah and Eric have known each other their entire life, graduating from the same class and high school, but only connecting seven years after at a mutual friend’s show. One hang out session after the show and this is where the writing began. Within one meeting, the musical chemistry was undeniable, the writing was extraordinary, and the blend was perfect. The Folk Project was born. Since then they have traveled to many places playing shows in cities such as Lexington, Louisville, Nashville, and of course always playing locally in their hometown. Their most recent success story yet was having the opportunity to share the stage with four time Grammy winning artist John Paul White from The Civil Wars.


TFP’s greatest intent is to impact people in a positive way and for their lyrics to resonate so that they can touch people's lives the way other influential artists and writers have done for them. They are built around their writing and harmonies and feel they have something the world needs to hear. They focus on writing and singing about the things that most people are too afraid to confront - suicide, death, self-harm, addiction, etc. - you name it and it’s been wrote about. A lot of their songs come from personal experience and then a lot come from watching the people around them experience the fear of facing their own tragedies. In the end, we are all human and they want to make sure their music allows people to find comfort and that they aren't alone in their thoughts.

With Brad Becker and Renee Cobb

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161 North Mill Street, Lexington, Kentucky

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