Local musician, 1200, plans to celebrate Hunter S. Thompson in a unique way at this year;s GonzoFest!
What better place to release a new single other than Headliner's local R&B showcase!
One of the world's last standing Southern Rock bands comes back to Louisville on their crusade to salvage the music of the south.
They are a band that plays old folk and chamber music from centuries gone by. They sound like music Sting would make if he ever gets tired of selling albums again.
It may seem a little insane, but we promise it's worth it. We’re bringing you the live music you shouldn't miss for every night of the week in Louisville.
Here Come the Mummies return to Louisville and rock the Mercury Ballroom.
Everyone's favorite 5,000 year old band returns to Louisville.
Joshua Powell and company, play The Bard's Town.
Rye on Market announces the bands that will be performing during their 2015 summer music series Back Porch Sessions.
Louisville's favorite band releases new song, "Spring (Among the Living)" from their upcoming album "The Waterfalls."
From the Kentucky Derby Museum to local restaurant favorites, a new campaign aims to guide you to the best of this side of town.
The Preservation Hall Jazz Band lit up Sunday night at Bomhard Theater.