July 22, 2010 - 6:17am
Dierks Bentley to perform at HullabaLOU tomorrow night.
Dierks Bentley is set to perform on Friday night at Churchill Downs for the HullabaLOU music festival. Country music artist Dierks Bentley is coming to Louisville while touring in support of his latest bluegrass-inspired album, Up on a Ridge. That album debuted at number nine on the Billboard...
July 27, 2010 - 3:05pm
Previews and reviews of HullabaLOU's biggest act--and inside info on getting there, parking, what you can bring and smuggling booze
Louisville's Churchill Downs is hosting the HullabaLOU music festival July 23-25 and Louisville.com will be
there all weekend, previewing and reviewing the biggest and best acts
and filing reports from the crowd too. So check this page throughout the weekend for the latest HullabaLOU info.
July 25, 2010 - 10:27pm
Tift Merritt brings new music to Waterfront Wednesday on July 28. In an interview, she talks about her new album, songwriting inspirations, and having a Jim James as a backup vocalist on one of her songs.
North Carolina native Tift Merritt comes to town for July's WFPK Waterfront Wednesday on July 28 at Waterfront Park. She just released her fourth studio album, See You on the Moon, in June, working with a new producer, Tucker Martine, who has also worked with Spoon and The Decemberists, among...
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Any other event just isn't the "best".
Best of Louisville Bash 2010 Thursday July 22nd at Mellwood Arts Center
Each year the past and present winners of Louisville Magazine's "Best of Louisville" Award come together to share their choice menu items, products, and services. It promises to be a night filled with food, music,...
July 29, 2012 - 7:54pm
Wednesday night, Ear X-tacy Records is closing its doors-to open in a new location Friday morning. A look at the last day as the landmark store prepares for the next 15 years.
Wednesday night, Ear X-tacy Records is closing its doors—to open in a new location Friday morning. A look at the last day as the landmark store prepares for the next 15 years. The current—for today—location at 1534 Bardstown Road.