Kip McGinnis, the creator and developer of this Kentucky Holy Land website, is very much pro-life and pro traditional marriage and family.   Kentucky Holy Land is situated in Central Kentucky in Nelson, Washington, and Marion counties.  The Diocees of Bardstown Kentucky is the oldest Catholic Diocees west of the Allegheny Mountians, which was founded in 1808.  Kip McGinnis is a retired banker and software developer and is also a professional traditional jazz and classical musician who plays several different music instruments quiet well, and spends considerable time producing and recording older jazz standards of the 1920s, 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s, plus various forms of traditional international music of France, Italy, Ireland, and Argentina, to name a few.  Kip McGinnis has an internet radio station by the name of Bardstown Radio, which features not only his music, but also professional classical piano music performed by one of the world's best, Pianist Nada. Pianist Nada is an internationally renowned concert pianist who traveled extensively. She is one of the very few to have recorded all of Brahms solo piano works. Her albums have been promoted by Phoenix Classical in Canada and played on radios in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. She was the curator of her own radio show The Classical Hour, for several years. She is now on the faculty of Indiana University Southeast and is the founder of the Brahms Festival at the Ogle Center.

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You can purchase CDs and 24 bit 96k high resolution music audio files of this music by calling or emailing us at the telephone number and email address listed below.

You Can Call Kentucky Holy Land At 502-349-1589

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Our Other Websites Of Interest 

"Bardstown Radio"

"Pianist Nada"

"Bardstown Audio"

"Kentucky Media Art"