Something in the Water is a celebration of Kentucky’s musical legacy. This musical event moves through early years of country music, highlighting old-time and bluegrass styles of music, which started in Kentucky.
Whether sitting on the front porch, playing the traditional ballads of their native countries or spreading their sound over the biggest radio stations in the country, Kentuckians shaped and defined this genre of music through the first half of the twentieth century. They wrote and sang about what they knew, bringing a vibrancy and reality to their songs. This show spotlights a number of those influential musicians and writers and features some of the most popular songs of that era.
In the style of Down from the Mountain and O, Brother Where Art Thou? this live stage production with multi-media backdrops brings to life the rich legacy that added a new depth to country music.